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Current 2012 cap totals

http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_football_dolphins/2012/02/nfl-salary-cap-projections-for-2012-season.html

POSSIBLE BIG SPENDERS

Teams that have the cap space to make big moves in free agency.

Cincinnati Bengals $80,641,237

Tennessee Titans $92,739,765

Washington Redskins $94,351,284

Kansas City Chiefs $95,844,195

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $98,899,458

Atlanta Falcons $100,227,174

Denver Broncos $101,389,121

New England Patriots $101,827,381

Chicago Bears $101,887,741

San Francisco 49ers $102,938,980

Cleveland Browns $103,789,162

WORKING ON A BUDGET

Teams that aren't up against the cap, but need to make smart moves to avoid trimming a ton of players and salaries.

Jacksonville Jaguars $107,270,274

Buffalo Bills $108,426,522

Seattle Seahawks $111,742,430

San Diego Chargers $111,960,165

New Orleans Saints $113,358,069

Philadelphia Eagles $113,964,694

Baltimore Ravens $115,670,281

Minnesota Vikings $116,078,422

Houston Texans $116,306,676

Miami Dolphins $116,636,173

Indianapolis Colts $116,773,288

Green Bay Packers $118,001,169

Arizona Cardinals $118,787,639

TIGHTENING THE BELT

Teams that will be at, or over the projected salary cap once they've signed the rookie class. These teams must purge their roster moving forward. The higher the cap number, the more drastic the cut backs need to be.

St. Louis Rams $120,982,904

Detroit Lions $122,760,121

New York Giants $124,735,807

New York Jets $128,092,733

Dallas Cowboys $128,910,735

Carolina Panthers $129,962,768

Oakland Raiders $140,861,316

Pittsburgh Steelers $149,885,537


Looks like I am missing some, I had us at 82M, so 20M off, which shocks me, could be incentives and escalators achieved.

Cap should be between 120.375M and 123.375M
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Thanks, good to see every likely NFC contender is in one of the bottom 2 categories, and Giants, Cowboys, Raiders, Rams and Lions (5 teams I dislike most) all over the cap. Plus the Steelers way over, making a 7th SB more unlikely.
It's alive, it's alive!!!
Yikes, 20 million is a bit less then we all would like. Looks like enough to re-sign our own guys/incoming rookies and we might have to tag Goldson but I don't think we can get any outsiders who are more than role players.
lol at the rams
These numbers may include the one time triggers for Mike Iupati and Anthony Davis, Iupati's is $3,682,762 and Davis' is $1,919,900 which adds on $5,601,762 onto the 82M. Which leaves over 14M un-accounted for.
How would the Tards or Dolphins ever make a reasonable move for Manning?
How the F are the Cardinals and Rams at $120MM?? There is almost nobody of note on either roster. Terrible franchises, top to bottom.
[ Edited by okdkid on Feb 7, 2012 at 3:17 PM ]
Gore also has an additional $1.65M added onto his salary for 2012.

94.553M is committed for 2012 now.

Now 7.447M unknown.
Originally posted by okdkid:
How the F are the Cardinals are Rams at $120MM?? There is almost nobody of note on either roster. Terrible franchises, top to bottom.

i know, huh?!?!?!
First time in years the Redskins have cap room.
Cardinals fans talking about trying to unload Dockett and his massive salary for a 2nd round pick.

Terrible. This isn't 2008.
Originally posted by horsecore:
How would the Tards or Dolphins ever make a reasonable move for Manning?

Cards hold a 7M option on Kevin Kolb coming up in march. But they will need to do some contract manuevering.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by horsecore:
How would the Tards or Dolphins ever make a reasonable move for Manning?

Cards hold a 7M option on Kevin Kolb coming up in march. But they will need to do some contract manuevering.

Damn, if they dumped him already, I would LOL. The Iggles fleeced them for Kolb. Stupid Tards.
Ya AB, when I saw the article on the main page I was confused because u said were were at like 88 million. Not like you to be 20 million off. I could see a mill or two but 20. Gotta pick up your game son...