"They indicated a number of months ago that there would be an offer for him in eight to ten days and there's been no offer and we're not expecting one," [Bradley's agent Larry] Kelly told RMNB. "I think Matt's a very, very valuable hockey player and I think he'll do fine in free agency."
Bradley just finished the final year of a three-year contract that paid him $1 million per season. Since joining the Caps in 2005, Bradley has scored 37 goals in 427 games. Bradley spent his time on the fourth line and became a fan favorite.
With the news today that the Caps bought out the remainder of Tyler Sloan's contract, the Caps now have about $9.369 million in salary cap space without factoring in the space cleared if Bradley does not return.