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    Cap info

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    **Teams will need about 4 million to sign their rookies

    Team - Cap Space
    Minnesota Vikings - $10,700,000
    Arizona Cardinals - $9,850,000
    Dallas Cowboys - $9,350,000
    Philadelphia Eagles - $9,230,000
    Houston Texans - $8,380,000
    Cleveland Browns - $7,860,000
    San Diego Chargers - $7,270,000
    Miami Dolphins - $6,600,000
    Indianapolis Colts - $6,300,000
    Jacksonville Jaguars - $6,300,000
    Baltimore Ravens - $5,990,000
    Chicago Bears - $5,500,000
    Cincinnati Bengals - $4,796,000
    Green Bay Packers - $4,660,000
    St. Louis Rams - $4,420,000
    San Francisco ***** - $4,300,000
    Detroit Lions - $3,480,000
    Denver Broncos - $2,350,000
    Carolina Panthers - $2,195,000
    Pittsburgh Steelers - $2,090,000
    Tennessee Titans - $2,090,000
    New York Giants - $2,000,000
    New England Patriots - $1,960,000
    New Orleans Saints - $1,680,000
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $1,300,000
    Washington Redskins - $1,260,000
    New York Jets - $1,100,000
    Buffalo Bills - $1,020,000
    Atlanta Falcons - $924,000
    Kansas City Chiefs - $900,000
    Seattle Seahawks - $196,000-no money to sign their rookies
    Oakland Raiders - $137,000 -


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    Re: Cap info

    Jason, i assume that these numbers will be adjusted following the june 1 cuts, which is what frees up money to sign rookies or additional free agents as the case may be. In our case, the turley savings is what gives us some flexibility.

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    Re: Cap info

    Fom what I read, the numbers should reflect current players as of April 29th. June 1st cuts are not figured into the numbers until after the cuts are made.

    here is the link:
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    Re: Cap info

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith
    Fom what I read, the numbers should reflect current players as of April 29th. June 1st cuts are not figured into the numbers until after the cuts are made.

    here is the link:
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...ohn&id=2004973
    So then I assume our figure has Carter built in since he signed before the 29th. If so, that is one less rookie that has to be signed with our 4.4 million.

    If..
    Quote Originally Posted by ESPN
    **Teams will need about 4 million to sign their rookies
    ..is true, then we need to start scanning the following for June 1 pick-ups:
    Detroit Lions - $3,480,000
    Denver Broncos - $2,350,000
    Carolina Panthers - $2,195,000
    Pittsburgh Steelers - $2,090,000
    Tennessee Titans - $2,090,000
    New York Giants - $2,000,000
    New England Patriots - $1,960,000
    New Orleans Saints - $1,680,000
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $1,300,000
    Washington Redskins - $1,260,000
    New York Jets - $1,100,000
    Buffalo Bills - $1,020,000
    Atlanta Falcons - $924,000
    Kansas City Chiefs - $900,000
    Seattle Seahawks - $196,000-no money to sign their rookies
    Oakland Raiders - $137,000 -
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    Re: Cap info

    Restructuring contracts is of course another way to create cap room.

    In the case of the seachickens, bobby taylor is going to be cut, which saves them so real money. I dont know who else is on their chopping block.

    Also, keep in mind that seattle has alexander and his fat cap number sitting on their ledger. Maybe they will trade him. They cant sign him long term until the summer, if they do it at all.

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