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Old 03-29-2013   #46
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Default Re: Texans cap space, as of March 26

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
I believe it is the signing bonus (if any) given to the practice squad player, and not his salary.
Nope - it's the salary...

From Article 13 (Salary Cap Accounting Rules) Section 5. (Computation of Team Salary) of the current CBA:

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(c) Practice Squad Contracts. Any Practice Squad contract Salaries shall be included in Team Salary except to the extent otherwise provided in Article 33, Section 5.
For 2013 minimum practice squad salary is $6,000/week, so with a 17 week season, the minimum amount that goes towards a full practice squad roster (8 players) would be $816,000. Obviously, there could be temporary vacancies on the PS due to signings, but since the Texans have a history of a full practice squad, I'd imagine they have this full amount designated towards the 2013 salary cap.
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