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2019 NFL Salary Cap

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good for the players.  so if players get 47% or "defined" revenue, that means the NFL is grossing,what, 400 Mil?    LOL, the nfl is getting around 8 Bil last year..so the players are only seeing 1/4 of that 8 bill

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2 hours ago, Cheap Talk said:

Spotrac was right on the money, as usual.

OverTheCap is usually closer than Spotrac. They've been showing $190.8M for 2019 for awhile now. Spotrac is showing $189.0M as of today. Spotrac is also showing we have $4.2M available on the current 2018 cap. OverThe Cap shows $1.7M which is much closer to the $1.3M the NFLPA are showing. We should have about $25M to start with before incentives, cap casualties and extensions get factored in.

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2 hours ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

OverTheCap is usually closer than Spotrac. They've been showing $190.8M for 2019 for awhile now. Spotrac is showing $189.0M as of today. Spotrac is also showing we have $4.2M available on the current 2018 cap. OverThe Cap shows $1.7M which is much closer to the $1.3M the NFLPA are showing. We should have about $25M to start with before incentives, cap casualties and extensions get factored in.

I think we will have about $40 million to play with on extensions, FA, rookie deals by the time we cut Alford, Schraeder, Reed, Bryant, and renounce Beasley

 

Should be able to handle Jarrett, Julio extensions...resign necessary depth guys, then go after a stud DL and a solid LG or RT...

Our draft capital will go towards DL, OL, CB, RB, TE

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2 minutes ago, Matt_The Iceman_Ryan said:

I think we will have about $40 million to play with on extensions, FA, rookie deals by the time we cut Alford, Schraeder, Reed, Bryant, and renounce Beasley

 

Should be able to handle Jarrett, Julio extensions...resign necessary depth guys, then go after a stud DL and a solid LG or RT...

Our draft capital will go towards DL, OL, CB, RB, TE

North of $50M.

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4 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

North of $50M.

I think it will depend on June 1 designations....and while I’m sold we shouldn’t bring back Beasley, I’m not certain that TD and DQ won’t pay Vic $11 mil...too prideful to admit a failure pick on Top 10

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We should have 50+ million if we play it smart. After giving Julio and Grady some of that money we will be around 30-35m. 

More than enough to get a real pass rusher and a WLB. Then the rest of the money can go to depth. Our draft should be all O-Line and D-Line.

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14 minutes ago, PriMeTiiMe said:

We should have 50+ million if we play it smart. After giving Julio and Grady some of that money we will be around 30-35m. 

More than enough to get a real pass rusher and a WLB. Then the rest of the money can go to depth. Our draft should be all O-Line and D-Line.

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We should have more than enough money to be players in FA. Depending on where we land in the draft, if we're in play for Quinnen or Oliver, they need to go hard after a guy like Billy Turner to play LG. The rest should be to bolster the DL. At that point, you can take a stud DL in the first and a good OL early second and third. A guy like Cody Ford or Yodny Cajuste would bring power and athleticism to the right side for a change. 

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Unfortunately a bigger cap just increases the amount of $ Jarrett etc will get, they will probably count for a similar % of cap space regardless. 

Biggest benefit is it makes Ryan and Matthews contracts easier to manage. 

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