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Salary cap situation

Postby stomperrob » Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:37 pm

A look at each team's salary cap situation - gonna be interesting to see how this impacts this season's free agent moves:

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Re: Salary cap situation

Postby dream_017 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:57 pm

I hate having to scroll through these things - here is the list:

32. New York Jets - $23.1 million over the cap

31. Dallas Cowboys - $21.1 million over the cap

30. New Orleans Saints - $20.7 million over the cap

29. Carolina Panthers - $14.0 million over the cap

28. Pittsburgh Steelers - $13.9 million over the cap

27. Washington Redskins - $4.7 million over the cap

26. Arizona Cardinals - $3.3 million over the cap

25. St. Louis Rams - $3.1 million over the cap

24. Oakland Raiders - $2.9 million over the cap

23. San Francisco 49ers - $1.0 million over the cap

22. Atlanta Falcons - $2.1 million under the cap

21. New York Giants - $2.5 million under the cap

20. Detroit Lions - $3.0 million under the cap

19. Green Bay Packers - $5.8 million under the cap

18. Houston Texans - $6.1 million under the cap

17. San Diego Chargers - $6.3 million under the cap

16. Baltimore Ravens - $9.9 million under the cap

15. Chicago Bears - $10.1 million under the cap

14. Minnesota Vikings - $12.3 million under the cap

13. Kansas City Chiefs - $13.2 million under the cap

12. Denver Broncos - $14.8 million under the cap

11. Philadelphia Eagles - $14.8 million under the cap. Note: Does not include the restructuring of Michael Vick's contract.

10. Seattle Seahawks - $14.9 million under the cap

9. New England Patriots - $15.5 million under the cap

8. Buffalo Bills - $16.7 million under the cap

7. Tennessee Titans - $18.3 million under the cap

6. Jacksonville Jaguars - $23.8 million under the cap

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $30.0 million under the cap

4. Indianapolis Colts - $43.1 million under the cap

3. Miami Dolphins - $43.9 million under the cap

2. Cleveland Browns - $44.7 million under the cap

1. Cincinnati Bengals - $53.5 million under the cap
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Re: Salary cap situation

Postby stomperrob » Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:22 pm

dream_017 wrote:I hate having to scroll through these things - here is the list:


Thanx - I hate having to scroll too! ;-D
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