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LKelley67 04-01-2005 12:21 AM

Current Cap Numbers
We've gotten a look-see at the current cap numbers for each of the 32 NFL teams.
And here's the cap space each team has or, as the case may be, hasn't.
Raiders: $300,000.
Buccaneers: $406,200.
Patriots: $532,500.
Falcons: $564,300.
Dolphins: $1,110,200.
Saints: $1,170,600.
Giants: $1,317,200.
Redskins: $1,502,900.
Jets: $1,573,500.
Seahawks: $1,829,900.
Buffalo: $2,020,100.
Chiefs: $2,021,600.
Broncos: $2,183,700.
Titans: $2,266,700.
Steelers: $3,000,500.
Panthers: $3,290,500.
Texans: $3,832,700.
Lions: $4,469,800.
49ers: $4,744,700.
Bengals: $5,163,700.
Rams: $6,018,700.
Packers: $6,069,400.
Bears: $6,160,600.
Ravens: $7,058,300.
Chargers: $7,278,900.
Browns: $7,974,400.
Cardinals: $7,999,000.
Colts: $8,192,200.
Eagles: $8,523,200.
Vikings: $9,398,000.
Cowboys: $9,725,500.
Jaguars: $11,348,800.
Keep in mind that all teams still need to sign their draft picks, so those with less than $1 million in cap room are going to either be restructuring contracts or shedding players.
Also, teams with high-priced franchise players (e.g., the Raiders, Saints, Colts, Seahawks, 49ers, Chargers) could pick up some space come July by signing the guy to a long-term deal -- or sooner by trading him.For teams that enter the season with large remaining cap balances, the excess can be used to extend contracts.

JKool 04-01-2005 01:17 AM

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It is worse than I thought.

Howard has to go. That would free up nearly 8 mil in space.

Thanks for the info LK!

GoldenTomb 04-01-2005 06:26 AM

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Nooooooo...we can still keep Howard and sign all of our draft picks, and sign JT O\'Sullivan. We can never have enough DEs making $8 mil a year, esp. without a signing bonus!!

FireVenturi 04-01-2005 11:09 AM

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If we can\'t move Howard we will(are) be in cap hell!

spkb25 04-01-2005 06:29 PM

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if we do move howard does that actually give us his entire salsry in cap room. that would be huge. if we are trading him for a third in 2006 then that would be why

spkb25 04-01-2005 06:31 PM

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hey where did you get that info. because didnt the colts pay james. how are they with their high salaries almost 9 million under? not that i dont believe you because i 100% do. but that is messed up. where did you get that from

LordOfEntropy 04-01-2005 07:35 PM

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What\'s sick on that list is Minnesota. They -still- have 9 mil available. That\'s just sick. SICK.

I wouldn\'t be shocked to see Daunte and Brady fighting it in the big game this year. Nor would I be surprised to see Daunte win it.

Gotta love those UCF boys.

spkb25 04-01-2005 08:01 PM

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but man i still cant find that info anywhere

FireVenturi 04-02-2005 12:04 AM

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The silver lining is that the Bucs and Falclowns are in worse shape than we are!!!!!!!!!!

spkb25 04-02-2005 01:43 PM

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that is good.

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