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    Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams


    [size=12pt]Salary Cap Status of all teams...[/size]

    Under the salary cap
    Team Cap status (under)
    Green Bay Packers $35 million
    Minnesota Vikings $30.9 million
    Arizona Cardinals $28.9 million
    Cleveland Browns $27.1 million
    Philadelphia Eagles $26.1 million
    San Diego Chargers $24.6 million
    Jacksonville Jaguars $23.4 million
    Dallas Cowboys $22.6 million
    St. Louis Rams $22.1 million
    New Orleans Saints $20.2 million
    San Francisco 49ers $20.2 million
    Detroit Lions $17.7 million
    Seattle Seahawks $17.3 million
    New England Patriots $16.9 million
    Cincinnati Bengals $16.6 million
    Chicago Bears $14.9 million
    Buffalo Bills $14.1 million
    New York Jets $14 million
    Houston Texans $12.7 million
    Atlanta Falcons $12.2 million
    Denver Broncos $10.9 million
    Baltimore Ravens $10.6 million
    Carolina Panthers $10.4 million
    New York Giants $9.9 million
    Kansas City Chiefs $7.3 million
    Miami Dolphins $6.3 million
    Tennessee Titans $6.2 million
    Pittsburgh Steelers $6.1 million
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers $5.1 million
    Oakland Raiders $653,000


    Over the salary cap
    Team Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins $4.9 million

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    Lets hope some of that cash lands in the pockets of Leonard Davis or Max Starks, and Asante Samuel.

    If we go back to man coverage at the corners I don't see us taking Samuel, since Smoot will succeed in man.

    But let's spend some cash, there isn't much in FA this year so lets get a lineman while we can, I'm sure they'd love to play with Hutch, McKinnie, and Birk.

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    This is the salary status as of March 10th of last year.
    No bearing on what it will be this off season.

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    And the cap will rise to 109? right.. So no team will be under the cap, come next season no one will be under the cap.. LOL :>


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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    Green Bay Packers

    $35 million
    Minnesota Vikings

    $30.9 million


    let's hope the pack uses some of that money for a Farwell Bonus for Bret...



    one thing constent for us is, we always seem to be in Great Cap shape, let's use some up for sure on some solid talent...How about a solid RT, and a couple of talented WR's for starts... ;D


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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    Over the salary cap
    Team

    Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts

    $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins

    $4.9 million
    Again, I have to ask this question, because I still haven't received a viable answer.

    Before the season began, there were several several teams over the cap (just ask CollegeGuyJeff).

    It was said the commission makes it mandatory for the teams to get under the cap prior to the NFL season.

    Yet here we are into the playoffs & the Colts & Redskins are still operating over the cap, without any type of consequences. So much for being under the cap being mandatory.

    Why are they being allowed to do so? What penalties does the NFL impose for over the cap teams?

    It seems absolutely nothing happens to the teams that violate it.

    It seems they have allowed these two teams to operate all season long with over the cap numbers. Isn't that an unfair advantage, especially in the case of the playoff Colts?

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    "singersp" wrote:
    Over the salary cap
    Team

    Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts

    $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins

    $4.9 million
    Again, I have to ask this question, because I still haven't received a viable answer.

    Before the season began, there were several several teams over the cap (just ask CollegeGuyJeff).

    It was said the commission makes it mandatory for the teams to get under the cap prior to the NFL season.

    Yet here we are into the playoffs & the Colts & Redskins are still operating over the cap, without any type of consequences. So much for being under the cap being mandatory.

    Why are they being allowed to do so? What penalties does the NFL impose for over the cap teams?

    It seems absolutely nothing happens to the teams that violate it.

    It seems they have allowed these two teams to operate all season long with over the cap numbers. Isn't that an unfair advantage, especially in the case of the playoff Colts?

    Singers, I believe that they operate the same way as the MLB.. In that if any team goes over the allowed salary cap, they get hit with a luxury tax that is usually a pretty high amount.. Don't quote me on that, but it might be worth looking into to see if those two teams got hit with a luxury tax this past season..

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    "VikesfaninWis" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Over the salary cap
    Team

    Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts

    $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins

    $4.9 million
    Again, I have to ask this question, because I still haven't received a viable answer.

    Before the season began, there were several several teams over the cap (just ask CollegeGuyJeff).

    It was said the commission makes it mandatory for the teams to get under the cap prior to the NFL season.

    Yet here we are into the playoffs & the Colts & Redskins are still operating over the cap, without any type of consequences. So much for being under the cap being mandatory.

    Why are they being allowed to do so? What penalties does the NFL impose for over the cap teams?

    It seems absolutely nothing happens to the teams that violate it.

    It seems they have allowed these two teams to operate all season long with over the cap numbers. Isn't that an unfair advantage, especially in the case of the playoff Colts?

    Singers, I believe that they operate the same way as the MLB.. In that if any team goes over the allowed salary cap, they get hit with a luxury tax that is usually a pretty high amount.. Don't quote me on that, but it might be worth looking into to see if those two teams got hit with a luxury tax this past season..
    I have never seen it mentioned anywhere during the year. Even if they get hit with the luxury tax, doesn't the league still mandate them to get under the cap?

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikesfaninWis" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Over the salary cap
    Team

    Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts

    $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins

    $4.9 million
    Again, I have to ask this question, because I still haven't received a viable answer.

    Before the season began, there were several several teams over the cap (just ask CollegeGuyJeff).

    It was said the commission makes it mandatory for the teams to get under the cap prior to the NFL season.

    Yet here we are into the playoffs & the Colts & Redskins are still operating over the cap, without any type of consequences. So much for being under the cap being mandatory.

    Why are they being allowed to do so? What penalties does the NFL impose for over the cap teams?

    It seems absolutely nothing happens to the teams that violate it.

    It seems they have allowed these two teams to operate all season long with over the cap numbers. Isn't that an unfair advantage, especially in the case of the playoff Colts?

    Singers, I believe that they operate the same way as the MLB.. In that if any team goes over the allowed salary cap, they get hit with a luxury tax that is usually a pretty high amount.. Don't quote me on that, but it might be worth looking into to see if those two teams got hit with a luxury tax this past season..
    I have never seen it mentioned anywhere during the year. Even if they get hit with the luxury tax, doesn't the league still mandate them to get under the cap?
    Usually they don't make a big fuss about teams getting hit with a luxury tax.. So it will probably have to be looked somehow.. Also, the date that they give you is the date you have to be under the salary cap or the team gets hit with a huge luxury tax.. I believe it is basically just a date to make the team realize that the luxury tax is coming..

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    Re: Salary Cap Status For All NFL Teams

    "VikesfaninWis" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikesfaninWis" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Over the salary cap
    Team

    Cap status (over)
    Indianapolis Colts

    $5.9 million
    Washington Redskins

    $4.9 million
    Again, I have to ask this question, because I still haven't received a viable answer.

    Before the season began, there were several several teams over the cap (just ask CollegeGuyJeff).

    It was said the commission makes it mandatory for the teams to get under the cap prior to the NFL season.

    Yet here we are into the playoffs & the Colts & Redskins are still operating over the cap, without any type of consequences. So much for being under the cap being mandatory.

    Why are they being allowed to do so? What penalties does the NFL impose for over the cap teams?

    It seems absolutely nothing happens to the teams that violate it.

    It seems they have allowed these two teams to operate all season long with over the cap numbers. Isn't that an unfair advantage, especially in the case of the playoff Colts?

    Singers, I believe that they operate the same way as the MLB.. In that if any team goes over the allowed salary cap, they get hit with a luxury tax that is usually a pretty high amount.. Don't quote me on that, but it might be worth looking into to see if those two teams got hit with a luxury tax this past season..
    I have never seen it mentioned anywhere during the year. Even if they get hit with the luxury tax, doesn't the league still mandate them to get under the cap?
    Usually they don't make a big fuss about teams getting hit with a luxury tax.. So it will probably have to be looked somehow.. Also, the date that they give you is the date you have to be under the salary cap or the team gets hit with a huge luxury tax.. I believe it is basically just a date to make the team realize that the luxury tax is coming..
    In other words, if a team is rich enough that it can afford to pay the luxury tax, the salary cap doesn't mean jack pooh & they could literally try to "buy" a superbowl.

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