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PackerLegend 03-12-2007 04:54 PM

Salary Cap Numbers
Arent the new salary cap amounts teams have left suppose to come out today? Im wondering how much some teams have left.

eaglesalltheway 03-12-2007 07:01 PM

I don't know, but I would definitely like to find out.

DHVF 03-12-2007 07:27 PM

On the star tribune's website, they listed the Vikings as still having about 27 million in cap room.

fenikz 03-12-2007 07:28 PM

the cardinals have something like 8 mil left, how they spent that much already i have no clue

703SKINS202 03-12-2007 07:40 PM

anyone got a link to those stats?

Crazy_Chris 03-12-2007 07:41 PM

really 27 million wow

KBear 03-12-2007 07:44 PM


Originally Posted by fenikz (Post 213246)
the cardinals have something like 8 mil left, how they spent that much already i have no clue

Resigning two of their players and signing three free agents can do that.

PackerLegend 03-12-2007 08:08 PM

I found the Titans and Packers

Titans have 2nd most at $26.5 Million
Packers have 4th most at $21.8 Million

From SI.com


No deals, no problem
Titans, Packers wisely keeping cool in free agency
Posted: Monday March 12, 2007 12:28AM; Updated: Monday March 12, 2007 5:17PM

Tennessee general manager Mike Reinfeldt sits in Nashville with $26.5 million in cap room not burning a hole in his pocket. Green Bay GM Ted Thompson does the same with $21.8 million to spend in northeast Wisconsin. And through the mayhem of the first 10 days of free agency, the two guys who run the football side of those teams -- coincidentally, former roommates with the Houston Oilers -- are gritting their teeth, watching money get spent foolishly in some cases, and waiting for the market to simmer down.

Bully for them. I mean that, wholeheartedly. NFL teams entered the free agency market on March 2 with an average of $14.95 million per club to spend. As of Sunday evening, team spending had reduced that number to $10.80 million per franchise. Tennessee and Green Bay have the second- and fourth-most cap money left, but what makes them different is that, unlike their peers in the high-cap-money neighborhood, they haven't signed a sole free agent from another team since the market's been open.

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