8/4 NFL salary cap status per Florio

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  1. Triumph

    Triumph Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Mods, I realize that Miguel already has a cap thread, but I wanted everyone to see the latest estimate.


    Cap room snapshot, as of Thursday
    Posted by Mike Florio on August 4, 2011, 3:57 PM EDT

    We previously obtained the salary cap room (or lack thereof) for each team as of Tuesday. Several of you have asked for something more current.

    Your wish is our command.

    Here’s the info as of Thursday.

    The teams with cap space, a day before all teams must be in compliance, are as follows: Buccaneers ($ 29,560,000); Chiefs ($ 28,431,000); Jaguars ($ 28,000,000); Browns ($ 27,620,000); Bengals ($ 27,164,000); Broncos ($26,542,000); Bills ($ 23,460,000); 49ers ($ 22,570,000); Bears ($ 19,300,000); Seahawks ($ 16,387,000); Cardinals ($ 14,603,000); Redskins ($ 11,450,000); Packers ($ 11,106,000); Jets ($ 8,920,000); Dolphins ($ 8,446,000); Colts ($7,925,000); Titans ($ 7,127,000); Saints ($ 7,027,000); Patriots ($ 5,264,000); Chargers ($ 5,031,000); Eagles ($4,604,000); Ravens ($ 3,558,000); Panthers ($ 1,915,000); Vikings ($ 938,000); Falcons ($811,000); Giants ($623,000); Rams ($621,000).

    The teams in the red are: Raiders ($15,246,000); Steelers ($8,597,000); Lions ($7,793,000); Cowboys ($6,671,000); and Texans ($3,358,000).

    By tomorrow at 4:00 p.m., there should be no teams in the red.
  2. Triumph

    Triumph Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    If the Pats sign Mankins, they could really go out and make a bold move on a OLB.
  3. sbpatfan

    sbpatfan Banned

    Or they could extend their own, so they don't become a feeding system for the rest of the leauge with these big drafts + high picks.
  4. lovsn

    lovsn On the Roster

    Given PFT had us at $9.4m on Tuesday, and we've only signed Light above vet minimum, I'm guessing that means Light's cap cost is $4.7m for this year? $4.2m difference plus the minimum guy you bumped off the bottom of the list.

    Add in Solder and that takes us down to $4.2, so it depends on whether those figures include the $3m credit or not, as to the level of moves we can make.

    We also need a chad and Albert restructuring sometime soon.
  5. DaBruinz

    DaBruinz Pats, B's, Sox PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Who is this "bold move" that you think is still available???


    I have news for you, with the Pats over 5 million under, they have plenty of room without getting Mankins to a long term deal. Though, getting him onto that would be great.
  6. DaBruinz

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    Chad's deal has already been re-structured. It was part of the deal that brought him to New England.

    There won't be a Haynesworth restructuring until next off-season. And that is only if Haynesworth shows he's worth it and doesn't do anything stupid. Otherwise, you take away the only leverage you have on him. That you can cut him without any penalty.
  7. AndyJohnson

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    I think you are wrong about Ocho. I think it was agreed to but not done yet. I think they needed to wait until the new league year. Could be wrong, but Miguel still has the old number.

    They could still convert some of Haynesworths salary to a bonus at no real harm to push some hit to the future.
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  8. EJ Blitz

    EJ Blitz Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    does this mean that some of those teams may be cutting good players that can get picked up?
  9. strngplyr

    strngplyr In the Starting Line-Up

    I believe you're correct on Ocho, but I don't think it was ever filed so that he gets practice time, because if they restructured right away he would have had to wait until today to begin practicing. Same for Haynesworth.
  10. eom

    eom In the Starting Line-Up


    am I the first 'lol raiders'?
  11. jsull87

    jsull87 In the Starting Line-Up

    Who are potential cuts on those teams over the cap that could be a good link with the pats?
  12. italia44

    italia44 In the Starting Line-Up

    That's what fans of p-ss poor teams ask....not here:bricks:
  13. Triumph

    Triumph Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Lets see what happens tomorrow and I'll tell you.
  14. eom

    eom In the Starting Line-Up

    maybe oakland cuts seymour.

    I think seymour and routt both restructured to bring oakland in under cap.
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  15. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

    Dare I say it? Swing a trade for Woodley to 'bring the lumber' for the Pats D? I don't think we even have a shot at Ware. But in the Steelers case, they are famous for being able to plug any linebacker into their system and seem to make him look good. Woodley next to Albert Haynesworth = Severe QB Trauma!! The medical bills for Sanchez alone will be astronomical!
  16. supafly

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    The Steelers are reportedly now under the cap after restructuring 5 players. There's always the possibility that they will cut someone irrelevant (veteran) like Leftwich or Foote.

    They have also been in heavy negotiations with Woodley all week long, and are at least reported to be making progress.

    Trust me, these 2 stories are all I hear on the news here.
  17. supafly

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    Yeah, not sure about OAK, but that was PIT's big ticket answer to getting under the cap this week. I'm guessing the contract restructuring was key to most of these teams getting under the cap, and that there won't be nearly as many players cut that many here think.

    Strangely enough (sarcastic) the entire PIT team chose to vote 'no' to the ratification of the CBA today, based on their perceived unfair bias against their players---true story. Of course, as we know it passed anyway. What a bunch of crybabies.
  18. supafly

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    This is the exact reason why some of these teams (PIT for ex.) did not file the paperwork of the restructured deals until tomorrow morning, even though they have been done/restructured for days now.
  19. everlong

    everlong Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    If he played for another team maybe but there's no way the Steelers trade him to their biggest conference (Ravens would be their biggest divisional) rival. I don't think they would trade him to another team for less than the Jarad Allen price of a first and a third and I can't see Bill doing that. Also imagine Woodley in the playoffs strip sacking Ben and the public outcry in western PA.

    To flip the tables lets say the Patriots were really going to trade Mankins. Can you see them flipping him to the Steelers and potentially having to see him in the playoffs knocking our defense on their collective @sses while Mendenhall rushes for a buck-fifty?
  20. Defsoul

    Defsoul On the Game Day Roster

    The Steelers just resigned Woodley. $61.5 million over six year. The cap number for 2011 is not yet know, but they probably saved a million or two by signing him to a longterm deal since the franchise tender he signed was worth $10.091 million.
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