Dallas Cowboys have plenty of salary cap issues at the moment and they are looking at every avenue to sort them out.
There are plenty of moves that the Cowboys can use to cut cap, such as the potential release of defensive end DeMarcus Ware, but for the moment the NFC East team are looking to do it bit by bit.
The Cowboys latest moves see them cut Phil Costa and restructure the contract of Mackenzy Bernadeau to relieve their cap pressures.
According the Dallas Morning News the Cowboys are now under the salary cap.
The newspaper tweeted earlier today, "MT @SportsDayDFW: Source tells @dmn_george Cowboys cut Phil Costa, now under salary cap."
This will be a great relief for owner Jerry Jones who has spoken candidly in recent times about the problems that Dallas are facing.
It's understood that Costa provided value with his versatility. But the Cowboys needed to clear as much space as possible, and now they will look to the NFL Draft in May to try and regain some depth in their roster for a lower price.