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    Salary cap status of all 32 teams

    Salary cap status of all 32 teams
    By John Clayton, ESPN.com

    Below is the amount of money each team is under the $85.5 million salary cap for 2005 as of March 4.

    TEAM-BY-TEAM SALARY CAP UPDATE
    Arizona Cardinals $19.2 million
    Atlanta Falcons $4.3 million
    Baltimore Ravens $14.4 million
    Buffalo Bills $652,000
    Carolina Panthers $3.4 million
    Chicago Bears $8.6 million
    Cincinnati Bengals $8.6 million
    Cleveland Browns $8.9 million
    Dallas Cowboys $11 million
    Denver Broncos $1.7 million
    Detroit Lions $9.1 million
    Green Bay Packers $2.7 million
    Houston Texans $8.9 million
    Indianapolis Colts $7 million
    Jacksonville Jaguars $13 million
    Kansas City Chiefs $2.7 million
    Miami Dolphins $2.4 million
    Minnesota Vikings $31 million
    New England Patriots $3.3 million
    New Orleans Saints $8.7 million
    New York Giants $5.6 million
    New York Jets $5 million
    Oakland Raiders $790,000
    Philadelphia Eagles $14.4 million
    Pittsburgh Steelers $1.5 million
    St. Louis Rams $4.5 million
    San Diego Chargers $11.1 million
    San Francisco ***** $7.6 million
    Seattle Seahawks $6 million
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers $700,000
    Tennessee Titans $2.8 million
    Washington Redskins $9.6 million

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    Re: Salary cap status of all 32 teams

    St. Louis Rams $4.5 million
    Looks like we can't do much more until our rookies get signed....unless, of course, Pace is ready to commit to the team.
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    Re: Salary cap status of all 32 teams

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison
    Minnesota Vikings $31 million
    ...and all they've done is bring in Pat Williams. Amazing.
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    Re: Salary cap status of all 32 teams

    Minny is a bad organization right now and they'll be up in the air until the new owner comes in and Tice eventually gets fired.

    The Rams will be in tight shape until Pace gets his gear together.

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    Re: Salary cap status of all 32 teams

    One of the things I really hate about the cap is,We cant give our players incentives on the chance they accomplish the incentives, because that money will count against the cap the following year,and that my friends is the biggest load of bull we could be handed by Tagliabue and his gang.

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