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Wanna know the cap space anytime..now you can!

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Fantastic link. thank you sir.

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Oh wait, this wouldn't even include the 2.8 mil from Anderson!

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Damn, the Rams only have 500K........................and they are the Rams. Damn.

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Oh wait, this wouldn't even include the 2.8 mil from Anderson!

Yep, not until June 1. And according to Spotrac it'd be $3 mil.

Also, in comparing the salaries on Spotrac with the remaining cap space - assuming the numbers on both are accurate - it means the cap hits of Ginn, Hixon, Mitchell, Edwards, and Blackburn combined are just under $4 mil. this year.

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I assume this doesn't include Hixon since the signings aren't usually official for a couple of days.

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Fair point, I just saw the "updated every four hours" and jumped the gun a bit.

EDIT: Though I question the "50 current contracts part," since we definitely have over 51 under contract.

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i had a link for it a few years back and then the nflpa shut off access.

thanks for posting that.

Ditto. Hated when they blocked it.

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Fair point, I just saw the "updated every four hours" and jumped the gun a bit.

EDIT: Though I question the "50 current contracts part," since we definitely have over 51 under contract.

They don't count Fua, Clausen, or Armanti because they suck ass so hard.

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ok so if the NFL cap is $123 million, how does a team like Denver have $131? and Carolina is at $120 but yet still have $6 million in cap space. None of this makes much sense to me.

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ok so if the NFL cap is $123 million, how does a team like Denver have $131? and Carolina is at $120 but yet still have $6 million in cap space. None of this makes much sense to me.

Just a guess as I have no clue really but maybe it has something to do with rookies and their cap numbers and/or how they fit into the cap of the rest of the roster. Anyone care to explain this?

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This is awesome, good look.

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ok so if the NFL cap is $123 million, how does a team like Denver have $131? and Carolina is at $120 but yet still have $6 million in cap space. None of this makes much sense to me.

This year's cap is $123 million, but teams also have the option to carry over unused cap space from the previous year. The Team Cap number is the $123m + the carryover amount which is listed in the "Previous Year Carryover" column. Our carryover was like $3.65m, so our cap is about $126.65m. The Rams only carried over $250k, and the Eagles somehow carried over $23m, it's unique for each team.

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