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NFL Salary Cap raises to $130M.

Awesome, the 7 million extra should help us re-sign Whitner or possibly Brown. One or the other, most likely Whitner. It gives us a little breathing room going forward when trying to extend our big dollar guys in Crabtree, Aldon and Kap. Iupati possibly but just seems like that won't happen. Even with the extra 7 million a year not going to pay Iupati 50-55 million. He wants to be here I don't know why he doesn't stand up to his agent and tell him to get it done. Maybe it has but I'm sure his agent is playing the Nicks got this and Levitre got this. Sucks because bad teams who don't know how to draft overpay players because they are desperate and it affects us. Anyways, like you guys said cutting Rodgers, Baldwin, Gore restructuring should put us at 17-18 million which should be enough to re-sign everyone we want minus Brown plus sign our draft class. Maybe we can squeeze a few more million out of someone else to give us a little extra to extend 1 (or 2) of our 2015 FA's.
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
LOL! League executives and sports agents would freak out if we had that much space!
They can suck our dicks...we are SB-contenders, we can sign anyone.
They can try this crap with the 'Skins or Cowboys.


Ok guys see that kid, he's got all that cash rather goes for the coins and throws them them, that's how we do it, paraag isn't throwing money at any big free agents.
[ Edited by TheGoldDiggerrrr on Feb 20, 2014 at 9:34 PM ]
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:


Ok guys see that kid, he's got all that cash rather goes for the coins and throws them them, that's how we do it, paraag isn't throwing money at any big free agents.

its Kap money
Interesting. If Michael Crabtree's demands are reasonable, we have a good chance of signing him longterm and getting a deal done for Donte Whitner.
Up to $132M now. We can sign everybody.

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According to a source, the projection for the 2014 salary cap is now at $132 million.
At $132M we should be able to extend Kap, re-sign Whitner, Boldin, Dawson, and Brown. With a release or reduction of Rogers, and a restructure of Bowman -- we can even start talking about extending Crabtree and Iupati.

Things are good.
this was done to help seattle, people
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
this was done to help seattle, people

Michael Bennett's price tag just went up. This ain't Costco.
Even though the bump helps teams out a lot, the franchise tag price tag goes up with each bump.
Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
Originally posted by midrdan:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Not sure how he gets $11M, I have us at $10,097,985 under the cap.

Add $800k for the Baldwin restructure and you're pretty much at $11 million.

Release Rogers (~$5M), restructure Gore (~$3M) and restructure Willis (~$3M) and we're ~$22M under the cap. That's more than enough to bring back Anquan, Whitner and Dawson and 1-2 smaller free agent signings.
But does it give you enough to also extend Kap and Aldon Smith and then Crabtree next year?
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
this was done to help seattle, people


This. I have a feeling Paul Allen now owns the NFL.
The way I see it, if the cap raises $7M each year, this is what the projection should look like.

2015- $139M
2016- $146M
2017- $153M
2018- $160M
2019- $167M

Now whether it happens or not, is another question.

Under those cap terms, we have the following in cap room.

2015- $42,657,435
2016- $90,921,141
2017- $115,717,000
2018- $140,041,000
2019- $160,625,000
Reports say 132mil now
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Per the source, the cap could be a "few million" higher than $132 million. If this means $3 million more than reported, the cap could be as high as $135 million. That would amount to an 9.75 percent increase over last year, the biggest spike by far since the 2011 labor deal was negotiated.