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PostSubject: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:27 pm

Figures were calculated on December 27, 2007

In 2005, the salary cap was set at $85.5 Million. In 2006, it was originally set to be approximately $94.5 Million. However, an extension to the CBA brought with it a new formula, which saw an expansion to approximately $102 Million. The cap in 2007 was $109 Million. In 2008 it looks to be approximately $116 Million.

Free Cap Space before any cuts/trades or signings
1 San Diego Chargers $43.03 M 44 players on roster
2 Tennessee Titans $40.85 M 39 players on roster
3 Miami Dolphins $35.56 M 48 players on roster
4 Jacksonville Jaguars $32.69 M 43 players on roster
5 Buffalo Bills $32.05 M 49 players on roster
6 New Orleans Saints $31.69 M 39 players on roster
7 Cincinnati Bengals $31.45 M 48 players on roster
8 San Francisco 49ers $30.91 M 48 players on roster
9 Cleveland Browns $30.31 M 42 players on roster
10 Arizona Cardinals $30.27 M 34 players on roster
11 New York Jets $27.72 M 45 players on roster
12 Oakland Raiders $25.98 M 40 players on roster
13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $25.9 M 48 players on roster
14 New York Giants $24.47 M 49 players on roster
15 Detroit Lions $23.5 M 42 players on roster
16 Houston Texans $22.91 M 43 players on roster
17 Dallas Cowboys $20.61 M 40 players on roster
18 Kansas City Chiefs $20.27 M 44 players on roster
19 Chicago Bears $19.8 M 52 players on roster
20 Pittsburgh Steelers $18.61 M 43 players on roster
21 Green Bay Packers $18.37 M 48 players on roster
22 Philadelphia Eagles $17.17 M 49 players on roster
23 Denver Broncos $16.77 M 49 players on roster
24 Minnesota Vikings $14.88 M 49 players on roster
25 New England Patriots $10.93 M 41 players on roster
26 St. Louis Rams $9.61 M 45 players on roster
27 Seattle Seahawks $9.55 M 44 players on roster
28 Indianapolis Colts $8.49 M 48 players on roster
29 Carolina Panthers $6.05 M 35 players on roster
30 Atlanta Falcons $5.79 M 52 players on roster
31 Baltimore Ravens $5 M 42 players on roster
32 Washington Redskins $-20.72 M 45 players on roster

http://www.askthecommish.com/salarycap/numbers.asp

The most recent salary cap calculations 2/21/08
http://www.nfl.com/news/story;jsessionid=772B4B26F9734F6956B977FDC682F75F?id=09000d5d806c8fbb&template=with-video&confirm=true
Miami has the most cap AND Cardinals, Colts and Washington are all over the cap!

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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:37 pm

With Miami cutting 9 players, they add 13 million cap space to there 35.5 M. They will oly be able to use about 9 Million of that 13 million due to prorated bonuses paid to those players, So they now have about 48.5 Million but can use 44.5 million for this off-season and 39 players on there roster.

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Green, Booker released
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The moves free up approximately $13 million in salary-cap space, but a little more than half that sum can be used in the upcoming free-agency period because of the prorated bonuses paid to Green, Booker, Traylor and Shelton. The Dolphins are coming

Looks like there might be a big off-season for Miami.


Any other team's cut people and how much cap do they save by cutting them?

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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:47 pm

Panther cut Morgan and Wahle which saved them 7 million in cap. so now they have about 13.05 million in cap so far.

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The moves save the Panthers about $7 million in salary-cap space effective June 2. The Panthers gained about $3.3 million by releasing Morgan and $4.1 million by cutting Wahle.

http://www.charlotte.com/panthers/story/488878.html

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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Thu Feb 14, 2008 6:27 pm

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With Miami cutting 9 players, they add 13 million cap space to there 35.5 M. They will oly be able to use about 9 Million of that 13 million due to prorated bonuses paid to those players, So they now have about 48.5 Million but can use 44.5 million for this off-season and 39 players on there roster. Now if Zach Thomas is cut tomarrow (which it is rumored) miami will save 6million more in Cap. that brings our cap to about 54.5 Million below and could use 50.5 Million this offseason.

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The moves free up approximately $13 million in salary-cap space, but a little more than half that sum can be used in the upcoming free-agency period because of the prorated bonuses paid to Green, Booker, Traylor and Shelton. The Dolphins are coming

Looks like there might be a big off-season for Miami.


Any other team's cut people and how much cap do they save by cutting them?

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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:25 pm

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=jc-underthecap031008&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

Here is the updated cap room after the free agent signings so far (as of 3/10/08)

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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Tue Mar 11, 2008 3:50 pm

1. Tampa Bay $42.8 million
2. New Orleans $31.1 million
3. Kansas City $30.0 million
4. Tennessee $27.2 million
5. Buffalo $26.6 million
6. Jacksonville $26.2 million
7. Green Bay $24.4 million
8. Chicago $22.5 million
9. Miami $21.0 million
10. San Diego $18.7 million
11. Minnesota $18.6 million
12. Houston $15.6 million
13. Denver $15.2 million
14. San Francisco $15.0 million
15. St. Louis $14.6 million
16. Philadelphia $13.9 million
17. Cincinnati $13.3 million
18. Atlanta $12.5 million
19. Cleveland $12.0 million
20. New York Giants $11.1 million
21. New England $10.8 million
22. Seattle $9.1 million
23. Carolina $8.3 million
24. Washington $7.7 million
25. Indianapolis $7.6 million
26. Oakland $6.4 million
27. Baltimore $4.7 million
28. New York Jets $4.5 million
29. Detroit $4.4 million
30. Dallas $3.9 million
31. Pittsburgh $1.3 million
32. Arizona $310,078

****Here is the list, just so you don't have to click on the link****
Washington has done a good job of getting some cap space. Glad to see Pittsburgh is broke almost, looks like Fitz's new contract is going to hurt the Cards. Also, Tampa has 42 mil left, so Gruden can still pick 11-12 more QB's! roflmao You would think with all the cap room that Tennessee has that they would be going after Bryant Johnson, they need WR's and he's the best guy available right now.
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PostSubject: Re: Teams Salary Cap before any cuts and After.   Tue Mar 11, 2008 5:52 pm

Actually, the Fitz contract saved the Cards like 7 or 8 million. The cards now have something like 8 million or so left under the cap.
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