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    Rams Fans Salary Cap. Group id. 3161. Password is money.

    Ram Fans Survival. Group id 14776. Password is money.

    Ram Fans Pickem. Group id 35239. Password is theed.

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    Re: Salary cap, survival, and pickem

    are you doing this for this year too? I'm always up for a "different" fantasy game


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      EARTH CITY, Mo. -- As it stands, the 2015 NFL salary cap is projected to come in at $140 million, though that figure is subject to change. For now, the St. Louis Rams don't appear to have much wiggle room underneath that number.

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