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disaacks3
08-29-2011, 05:41 PM
Current numbers UNDER the cap.

Chiefs: $32.7 million.

Buccaneers: $29.5 million.

Bengals: $29 million.

Jaguars: $28 million.

Broncos: $24.5 million.

Bills: $24.4 million.

Bears: $19.3 million.

Browns: $18.8 million.

Seahawks: $18.3 million.

49ers: $15.4 million.

Packers: $12.8 million.

Patriots: $12.5 million.

Redskins: $11 million.

Jets: $10.7 million.

Dolphins: $9.5 million.

Cardinals: $9.4 million.

Titans: $7.9 million.

Panthers: $7.7 million.

Cowboys: $6.3 million.

Raiders: $5.3 million.

Giants: $4.6 million.

Saints: $4.3 million.

Colts: $3.7 million.

Chargers: $2.7 million.

Ravens: $2.3 million.

Texans: $2.2 million.

Steelers: $2.2 million.

Eagles: $2.1 million.

Falcons: $1.8 million.

Rams: $750,000.

Lions: $730,000.

Vikings: $370,000.

Link (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/08/29/updated-cap-space-as-of-august-29/)

thunderkyss
08-29-2011, 05:52 PM
So..... now that teams have got to pay so much... 90% of cap?? & Rosters being limited to $53 men, teams are going to have to pay some people more than they are worth.

& if they don't structure the contracts right, they'll send themselves into cap hell with no talent to speak of.......


I don't know if I like this new rule.

Dutchrudder
08-29-2011, 05:55 PM
So..... now that teams have got to pay so much... 90% of cap?? & Rosters being limited to $53 men, teams are going to have to pay some people more than they are worth.

& if they don't structure the contracts right, they'll send themselves into cap hell with no talent to speak of.......


I don't know if I like this new rule.

The 90% rule doesn't start until 2013, but it does make you wonder how the teams with lots of capspace will get to that level. I can only guess that they will be more willing to re-up proven franchise players to give them more money in one year to meet the req's, or maybe the roster size will expand to 60, but eliminate the practice squad. It will be interesting to see though, a guy like Nnamdi could clean up in a free agent market like that.