Cap room for all 32 teams as of 4/22 per PFT

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  1. MoLewisrocks

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  2. slash83

    slash83 In the Starting Line-Up

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    more then enough to sign pep!
  3. MoLewisrocks

    MoLewisrocks Supporter Supporter

    Not even close... But just about enough to sign the rookies, players 52 and 53, and cover in season injury replacements. :D
  4. slash83

    slash83 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Wow sunshine follows you around from thread to thread dont it lol.
  5. AzPatsFan

    AzPatsFan Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Dolphins, Jets, Bills, have lots of CAP space. Colts, Titans and Chargers, are comfortable but pretty much constrained to a player addition or two. Steelers and Ravens are up tight against the CAP, and will have to make some player cuts for the season.

    We are comfortable for the season. But I don't see any CAP room for Jason Taylor.
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  6. PatsBoy12

    PatsBoy12 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    It looks like Harrison's payday has seriously hampered the Steelers. They may need to start auctioning off assets.
  7. Rob0729

    Rob0729 Supporter Supporter

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    Again, if the Pats really wanted to free up cap room, there is enough room. As for the rookies, the entire remaining cap room would not go to them. The addition of rookies would mean players who already count towards the cap would not. My guess is that only $2-3 million of that cap space will go to rookies. Depending on what the Pats do on draft day, it could be less.
  8. makoute

    makoute In the Starting Line-Up

    How the hell did the iggles come up with so much cap room, wow.
  9. TheGodInAGreyHoodie

    TheGodInAGreyHoodie Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Here is the list storted by team.

    The avg per team is $13,789,000, the median is $11,285,000.

    1 Philadelphia Eagles $37,440,000
    2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $35,540,000
    3 Kansas City Chiefs $32,300,000
    4 Green Bay Packers $27,890,000
    5 San Francisco 49ers $26,110,000
    6 Atlanta Falcons $23,670,000
    7 Chicago Bears $20,960,000
    8 Cleveland Browns $20,270,000
    9 Minnesota Vikings $17,320,000
    10 Jacksonville Jaguars $16,940,000
    11 Denver Broncos $16,300,000
    12 Cincinnati Bengals $16,260,000
    13 Miami Dolphins $13,190,000
    14 Tennessee Titans $13,050,000
    15 New York Jets $12,620,000
    16 Buffalo Bills $11,820,000
    17 Houston Texans $10,750,000
    18 Detroit Lions $10,720,000
    19 St. Louis Rams $10,670,000
    20 Dallas Cowboys $10,350,000
    21 Oakland Raiders $9,330,000
    22 San Diego Chargers $8,560,000
    23 Seattle Seahawks $7,410,000
    24 Indianapolis Colts $7,100,000
    25 Washington Redskins $5,960,000
    26 New England Patriots $4,670,000
    27 New York Giants $4,370,000
    28 New Orleans Saints $4,290,000
    29 Carolina Panthers $2,690,000
    30 Arizona Cardinals $1,290,000
    31 Baltimore Ravens $968,000
    32 Pittsburgh Steelers $440,000
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  10. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    I don't recall the exact number for 2009, but it looks like there are a lot of teams that still have a fair amount of spending to do before they hit that minimum spending level.
  11. Jimke

    Jimke In the Starting Line-Up

    Maybe, Peppers will sign for the minimum salary?
  12. mgteich

    mgteich Veteran Supporter

    The Practice Squad players also need to be included.

  13. spacecrime

    spacecrime Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    You mean Pepper Johnson? Because $4 mil is barely enough to sign the rookies.
  14. mgteich

    mgteich Veteran Supporter

    Cap Arithmetic

    Ok, let's play. You say that the rookies will cost a net of only $2-3M; let's use $2.5M. That leaves $2.2M for

    1) Player 52 and Player 53 which are not now counted,
    2) Replacing anyone who is put on IR during camp (there are always a couple),
    3) the 8 Practice Squad players, and
    4) an injury fund for in-season replacements of injured players

    Even with no significant additions, a significant costing player or two will need to be restuctured or cut. That is not a big issue. That is the norm. However, there is not much extra cap room available.

  15. WhiZa

    WhiZa Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    all the good teams spent their money already
  16. WhiZa

    WhiZa Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Re: Cap Arithmetic

    It looks like some players are primed to be cut. Especially if players are drafted high at the same position. Top cut cap savings per Miguel:
    Matt Light - $3,790,000
    Richard Seymour - $3,331,720
    Kevin Faulk - $2,939,440
    Ellis Hobbs, III - $2,250,000

    That Faulk number would be the most tempting to me if I had to do it. Not that I want to.
  17. Deus Irae

    Deus Irae Retired Jersey Club Supporter

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    Re: Cap Arithmetic

    Don't forget Jarvis Green.
  18. Lloyd_Christmas

    Lloyd_Christmas I can delete my own crap! Supporter

    Re: Cap Arithmetic

    None of those players are getting cut.
  19. mgteich

    mgteich Veteran Supporter

    Re: Cap Arithmetic

    I agree. Restructures or extensions of Light and/or Faulk are likely to be considered.

  20. PatsFaninAZ

    PatsFaninAZ In the Starting Line-Up

    The Eagles were extremely close to making the Super Bowl last year, and to the extent they got worse in the off-season, nearly $40 million can make up all of that ground and then much more.

    The number that's compelling to me is the Arizona Cardinals' number. They have to do something, and other than trading Boldin I just don't see what their options are. And the Eagles have plenty to sign him to an extension, plus he fills a need that will make them great. I don't see how Arizona can come out of the post-draft period with that little money. One of those interesting little side stories to watch -- but I bet the Cards will ultimately send him to Philly, and, in the process, make another NFC team a major force to be reckoned with. Such is the cap.
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