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NFL Salary Cap Efficiency

A look at salary cap efficiency in the NFL and for the 49ers in 2008.

The Atlanta Falcons Have $20 Million In Cap Space

I know there's still negotiations to be had and perhaps a few lower-tier free agents kicking around, but that's an awful lot of cap space. It might be very handy to have around next off-season to lock up key players, but we really don't know what kind of position we'll be in yet. Maybe Arthur Blank is building a Scrooge McDuck style vault as we speak. Incidentally, I also have $20 million in salary cap room. The unfortunate part is that my salary cap is $20,000,001.15. I guess we can't all be wealthy.

NFL salary cap rises $12 million to $128 million for 2009 - ESPN

Looks like teams will have extra to spend, though few will probably spend to the cap....

Colts get another $1 million to their salary cap

The NFL has increased the cap another $1 million. Again, this from a league that, supposedly, can't pay into pension plans for veteran coaches. But, whatever. According to Colts Cap, adding $1 million gives Indy about $7 million in cap space.

Thursday Notes: 2009 Salary Cap Increased by $4 Million

Thursday notes looks at the salary cap, Rex Grossman, mock drafts, and more.

Cap grows by $4 million to $127 million

This applies to everybody, but $4 million is definitely a nice chunk of change.

Where the Bills stand with the salary cap

With a large assist from the Buffalo News, Buffalo Rumblings has ironed out the Bills' salary cap situation. Long story short? They've got a lot of money to spend, and they'd better do it.

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