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  1. #1
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    Current Salary Cap Space by Team

    as of 8/25/08 - from: http://www.profootballtalk.com/2008/...-of-august-25/

    Kansas City Chiefs $31.9 million

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers $27.8 million

    Green Bay Packers $24.7 million

    Buffalo Bills $20.9 million

    Philadelphia Eagles $19.0 million

    New Orleans Saints $17.7 million

    Miami Dolphins $16.2 million

    Jacksonville Jaguars $13.3 million

    New York Giants $12.3 million

    Tennessee Titans $11.8 million

    Dallas Cowboys $9.6 million

    Cleveland Browns $9.4 million

    Chicago Bears $9.2 million

    San Diego Chargers $9.2 million

    Seattle Seahawks $8.8 million

    Atlanta Falcons $8.2 million

    St. Louis Rams, $8.1 million

    Carolina Panthers $8.0 million

    Indianapolis Colts $7.5 million

    Baltimore Ravens $7.0 million

    San Francisco 49ers $7.0 million

    New England Patriots $6.9 million

    Cincinnati Bengals $6.4 million

    Denver Broncos $5.9 million

    Minnesota Vikings $5.0 million

    Houston Texans $4.9 million

    Oakland Raiders $4.2 million

    Detroit Lions $4.0 million

    Arizona Cardinals $3.5 million

    New York Jets $1.9 million

    Washington Redskins $1.8 million

    Pittsburgh Steelers $1.7 million
    Last edited by 8Superbowls; 08-28-2008 at 07:53 AM.

  2. #2
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    I always tell everyone the dolphins are sitting on 10+ mill

    good to see i'm right

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    Wow the Cardinals are kind of surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damn The Man View Post
    Wow the Cardinals are kind of surprising.
    Alot of early first rounders that haven't panned out. I bet alot of that is cap hits on players they don't even have anymore.

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    Kansas City should spend a little..


  6. #6
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    Our off season spending has caught up with our cap, can see why we asked Barret to take a salary cut.

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    I'm really surprised the Cowboys have 9.6 mill. I expected much less. I know they restructured contracts but something doesn't add up. Interesting to see what that number will be next year when the 2009 salary is taken into account.

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    A lot of these are suprising, never thought the eagles had so much
    “Football players, like prostitutes, are in the business of ruining their bodies for the pleasure of strangers”

  9. #9
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    Trust me, i'm well aware of the Packers available salary and it annoys me every time i see it. We have a very good team for the most part but our roster still has some weaknesses. I think most Packers fans wish TT went out on grabbed a FA or 2 the last 2 years but that hasn't happened.

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    I was pretty skeptical while reading this list as well, but I mean, if its on the internet, it has to be true...right?

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    lol my good ole redskins are alwayz at the bottom

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    I love that my Packers are a top caliber team and have the 3rd most cap space.
    SUPER BOWL CHAMPS!

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    It kinda ticks you off when see holes on your team and then +$10 million in cap space unspent. Thats wasted money if they go through the whole season like that so why not resign guys and put some extra money up front or something?


    Marcus Mariota

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    Well, I knew we had a good bit of loot left...but that's just wild. We have enough money to extend Jahri Evans and Jeremy Shockey. We -could- extend Vilma, but if we don't wait until next year we will lose a higher pick in the draft. I think we are in a good position, actually.

    Quote Originally Posted by Underdogz∞ View Post
    I'd take Mingo over Jones too guess I'm an idiot too.

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    Man, the Raiders still had an extra 4 million and some change that they could have thrown at Javon Walker and Tommie Kelley! Why didn't they?

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