Ok guys, I know their are other articles, but I wanted to get everyone informed on what the cap should look like.
Yes, John Clayton is reporting a $120M Cap, and the new CBA talks are uncertain on dead money. Like posted before, The Raiders and Jets have quite a bit, and that would effect there cap room, if not then they will be fine.
here is the link, updated as of last night, after digging into new base salary increases/decreases.
Ive seen in some articles/threads here, stating cap figures. And yes, ninercaphell.com is a source, since That is owned by myself.
When factoring in dead money, whatever bonuses are left over in contracts, that is what dead money is. So for example Snyder's only bonus left is like $100K, so only dead hit is that, we wouldn't save his entire salary hit for 2011.
As for like Clements, his deal has 3 yrs left, and then you would factor in whatever bonus is left, and subtract that from his overall salary for 2011, if it is a negative number than we would NOT gain any cap space. It is very tricky.
But, on the worksheet i have individual pages/sheets for all 32 teams for 2011, and one sheet for all players in the NFL salaries thru 2018.
But this is a work in progress. I haven't included cap figure, to determine space, since their isnt a set number yet.
I hope this helps out any confusion. And please please email me with any questions, email@example.com or just post here, and I will respond asap.