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    Cap status in NFL--Jets in top ten.

    http://www.askthecommish.com/salarycap/numbers.asp


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    rojected 2007 NFL Salary Cap Space for Each Team

    Rank Team $ Under the Cap
    1 San Francisco 49ers $42.1 M

    2 Buffalo Bills $39.7 M

    3 Arizona Cardinals $36.7 M

    4 Tennessee Titans $36 M

    5 Cleveland Browns $33.305 M

    6 St. Louis Rams $31.98 M

    7 Minnesota Vikings $31.5 M

    8 Jacksonville Jaguars $31 M

    9 Cincinnati Bengals $28.8 M

    10 NY Jets $28.455 M

    11 Green Bay Packers $28.36 M

    12 New England Patriots $26.98 M

    13 Chicago Bears $26.9 M

    14 New Orleans Saints $26 M

    15 San Diego Chargers $24.6 M

    16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $23.985 M

    17 Detroit Lions $23.8 M

    18 Seattle Seahawks $21.9 M

    19 Dallas Cowboys $21.5 M

    20 Houston Texans $19.8 M

    21 Miami Dolphins $17.8 M

    22 NY Giants $15.7 M

    23 Oakland Raiders $14.105 M

    24 Philadelphia Eagles $12.4 M

    25 Atlanta Falcons $11.5 M

    26 Denver Broncos $7.6 M

    27 Kansas City Chiefs $7 M

    28 Baltimore Ravens $5.7 M

    29 Indianapolis Colts $4.9 M

    30 Pittsburgh Steelers $1.44 M

    31 Carolina Panthers $-3.1

    32 Washington Redskins $-2.388 M

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    with very few players to re-sign

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    Tannenbaum's got us in good position to be in the Superbowl in the next 1-2 years. It'll be interesting to see how this offseason plays out.

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    1 San Francisco 49ers $42.1 M

    2 Buffalo Bills $39.7 M

    3 Arizona Cardinals $36.7 M

    4 Tennessee Titans $36 M

    5 Cleveland Browns $33.305 M

    6 St. Louis Rams $31.98 M

    7 Minnesota Vikings $31.5 M

    8 Jacksonville Jaguars $31 M

    9 Cincinnati Bengals $28.8 M

    10 NY Jets $28.455 M

    11 Green Bay Packers $28.36 M

    12 New England Patriots $26.98 M

    13 Chicago Bears $26.9 M


    14 New Orleans Saints $26 M

    15 San Diego Chargers $24.6 M

    That's pretty damn impressive considering the CAP shape we were in when Herm left and Bradway was demoted.

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    I'm surprised Carolina is in that bad a shape, I feel like they almost never spend in free agency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerpJet
    I'm surprised Carolina is in that bad a shape, I feel like they almost never spend in free agency.

    Julius Peppers gets paid so high its almost ridiculous. He gets paid like a QB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Rhodes
    30 Pittsburgh Steelers $1.44 M
    Bill Cowher to Mike Timlin: "Well, I'm out of here...Oh, and by the way, don't spend all of that 1.4 million in one place!"

    ::tires squeal and Cowher leaves in a cloud of dust::

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken O'Brien #7
    Bill Cowher to Mike Timlin: "Well, I'm out of here...Oh, and by the way, don't spend all of that 1.4 million in one place!"

    ::tires squeal and Cowher leaves in a cloud of dust::
    That was funny.

    I wouldn't be surprised if the Steelers CAP had something to do with Cowher's decision.

    How fitting that Dan Snyder's Deadskin's are almost 2.5 million over the CAP.

    We all knew that bill was going to come due.
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    The Steelers are fine, most of their "cap" problems are locked up in reworkable and cuttable salaries.

    The Redskins will have room to work, but won't be able to sign any name guys like past years.

    To be honest, this year is the WORST year to have room, because everyone has room. It is gonna be like the MLB offseason. Wait until Asante Samuel gets 24mm gtd'd...

    Mr T and Mangini will be like the Pats, expect them to have at least 10-4mm in room left going into training camp. Just cause u got it don't mean u spend it..

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    lol redskins......


    I'm having a brain fart, do the bills run a 3-4 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwise
    lol redskins......
    ... how the hell are the Panthers in worse shape???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13
    ... how the hell are the Panthers in worse shape???
    someone mentioned pepppers, and maybe smith and del homme.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwise
    lol redskins......


    I'm having a brain fart, do the bills run a 3-4 ?
    Nope, 4-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken O'Brien #7
    Nope, 4-3

    cool. Is romeo running it in cleveland ?

    what I'm getting at is how we are positioned to fight 3-4 teams for 3-4 defenders....

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwise
    lol redskins......


    I'm having a brain fart, do the bills run a 3-4 ?
    Tampa-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwise
    cool. Is romeo running it in cleveland ?

    what I'm getting at is how we are positioned to fight 3-4 teams for 3-4 defenders....
    3-4 and flex 3-4 teams:

    Patriots
    Jets
    49ers (flex)
    Browns
    Cowboys
    Chargers
    Dolphins (flex)
    Steelers
    Texans (flex)
    Ravens (flex)
    Bengals (flex)

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwise
    someone mentioned pepppers, and maybe smith and del homme.....
    They have some really pricey players on the defensive side.

    Dan Morgan, Mike Rucker, Kris Jenkins and Mike Minter make some nice coin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Rhodes
    http://www.askthecommish.com/salarycap/numbers.asp


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    what's even better is that we only have one starter to resign, that puts us in an even better posistion than some of the teams above us

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    Anyone else worried the Pats are in such good cap shape?

    They can get more talent with $20 than I could with their 27 mil.

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    It's gonna get even BIGGER for the Jets come this offseason. Mangini and staff will have widdled down the roster, to ONLY THOSE who can/will help the team progress. There will be some "goners", but I'm looking forward to some new additions. The offseason has the potential to be almost as exciting as the regular season!

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