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Team By Team Cap Breakdown According To NFL.com


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I noticed this posted on NFL.com and didn't see it here. I don't know exactly where the Falcons are, but they must be somewhere in the middle, because they didn't appear on either the most cap room or the least cap room. Here's the link.

Teams with most salary-cap room

Team Room available

Miami Dolphins $44 million under

Jacksonville Jaguars $42 million under

Buffalo Bills $39.4 million under

Tennessee Titans $39.2 million under

New Orleans Saints $39.2 million under

San Francisco 49ers $37.4 million under

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $32.9 million under

Minnesota Vikings $32.7 million under

Cleveland Browns $32.5 million under

Chicago Bears $30 million under

Teams with the least salary-cap room

Team Room available

Arizona Cardinals $2.1 million over

Indianapolis Colts $230,850 over

Washington Redskins $103,000 over

Baltimore Ravens $961,000 under

St. Louis Rams $6.2 million under

Detroit Lions $6.8 million under

Carolina Panthers $7.8 million under

Dallas Cowboys $12.5 million under

Denver Broncos $16.7 million under

New England Patriots $17.4 million under

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formul8or (2/21/2008)
The Dolphins sure are set up nicely for rebuilding, number 1 pick, number 1 in cap space.

We could be worse, but we are OK.

thats what having one of the worst seasons in NFL history followed by gutting the core players of the team will give you.

When they win 2-3 games next year two doubt it will be worth it...

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Daniel Chosen (2/21/2008)
I noticed this posted on NFL.com and didn't see it here. I don't know exactly where the Falcons are, but they must be somewhere in the middle, because they didn't appear on either the most cap room or the least cap room. Here's the link.

Teams with most salary-cap room

Team Room available

Miami Dolphins $44 million under

Jacksonville Jaguars $42 million under

Buffalo Bills $39.4 million under

Tennessee Titans $39.2 million under

New Orleans Saints $39.2 million under

San Francisco 49ers $37.4 million under

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $32.9 million under

Minnesota Vikings $32.7 million under

Cleveland Browns $32.5 million under

Chicago Bears $30 million under

Teams with the least salary-cap room

Team Room available

Arizona Cardinals $2.1 million over

Indianapolis Colts $230,850 over

Washington Redskins $103,000 over

Baltimore Ravens $961,000 under

St. Louis Rams $6.2 million under

Detroit Lions $6.8 million under

Carolina Panthers $7.8 million under

Dallas Cowboys $12.5 million under

Denver Broncos $16.7 million under

New England Patriots $17.4 million under

How the **** do the Saints always have tons of money.

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1989fan (2/22/2008)
formul8or (2/21/2008)
The Dolphins sure are set up nicely for rebuilding, number 1 pick, number 1 in cap space.

We could be worse, but we are OK.

thats what having one of the worst seasons in NFL history followed by gutting the core players of the team will give you.

When they win 2-3 games next year two doubt it will be worth it...

I didnt expect the Zach Thomas signing, but I dont think it hurts them too much.

What I am still scratching my head about was the cheap trade of Wes Welker, the relatively cheap trade of Chris Chambers, and the release of Marty Booker.

The top 3 wideouts from 2006, with Booker and Chambers being their starters for many years are all gone.

They only have Greg Camarillo, Ted Ginn Jr, and Derek Hagan = doesnt even scare most PAC-10 defenses.

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