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    Miami - 9.8 million in cap room?

    Jason La Canfora
    Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams



    By Jason La Canfora |

    Published: March 13th, 2012 | Tags: 2012 salary cap, 2012 free agency
    Listed below: Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams, as of 12:01 ET Tuesday, according to league source.
    (Note: This does not include any cap penalties against Dallas or Washington and does not account for releases and restructurings completed Monday. Those numbers will be figured in Tuesday, along with additional cuts and contracts.)

    Arizona: -$13.7 million (they’re over)
    Atlanta: $7M
    Baltimore: $13M
    Buffalo: $23M
    Carolina: $1.3M
    Chicago: $23.5M
    Cincinnati: $39M
    Cleveland: $15M
    Dallas: -$2.7M (they’re over)
    Denver: $42.3M
    Detroit: -$7.3M (they’re over)
    Green Bay: $5.6M
    Houston: $615,000
    Indinapolis: $13.1M
    Jacksonville: $34.5M
    Kansas City: $22.3M
    Miami: $9.8M
    Minnesota: $24M
    New England: $15.5M
    New Orleans: $6M
    New York Giants: $1.6M
    New York Jets: $13M
    Oakland: $640,000
    Philadelphia: $13.9M
    Pittsburgh: $1.8M
    San Diego: $16.3M
    Seattle: $27.7M
    San Francisco: $20.7M
    St. Louis: $9.8M
    Tampa Bay: $44.9M
    Tennessee: $25.1M
    Washington: $16.4M

    http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/03/13/sala...module=HP11_cp
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    I dont see how the free spending Jets can have more cap than us
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    I thought we had like $20 million....
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    Does this not count the carryover?
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    I thought that number looked low as well. I do not think it takes into account the 1.6 million we get from the Redskins / Cowboys violations, plus what we can carry over from last year etc. There may be other stuff, but I am not that up on all the salary cap stuff.

    According to Omar Kelly (yea...I know ) this is what it comes out to:

    "The bottom line is the Dolphins have approximately: $11,816,017 to spent BEFORE borrowing another $2 million. That brings us to an estimated budget of $13.8 million the Dolphins have to use before restructuring contracts, or cutting players."

    The entire article:

    http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports...-to-spend.html
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    Dang we are broke like 2 years ago we had more cap room then any team.... or pretty close.... that cant be good.... Ross better open it up and start throwin..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by dominate View Post
    jason la canfora
    salary cap numbers for all 32 nfl teams



    by jason la canfora |

    published: March 13th, 2012 | tags: 2012 salary cap, 2012 free agency
    listed below: Salary cap numbers for all 32 nfl teams, as of 12:01 et tuesday, according to league source.
    (note: This does not include any cap penalties against dallas or washington and does not account for releases and restructurings completed monday. Those numbers will be figured in tuesday, along with additional cuts and contracts.)

    arizona: -$13.7 million (they’re over)
    atlanta: $7m
    baltimore: $13m
    buffalo: $23m
    carolina: $1.3m
    chicago: $23.5m
    cincinnati: $39m
    cleveland: $15m
    dallas: -$2.7m (they’re over)
    denver: $42.3m
    detroit: -$7.3m (they’re over)
    green bay: $5.6m
    houston: $615,000
    indinapolis: $13.1m
    jacksonville: $34.5m
    kansas city: $22.3m
    miami: $9.8m
    minnesota: $24m
    new england: $15.5m
    new orleans: $6m
    new york giants: $1.6m
    new york jets: $13m
    oakland: $640,000
    philadelphia: $13.9m
    pittsburgh: $1.8m
    san diego: $16.3m
    seattle: $27.7m
    san francisco: $20.7m
    st. Louis: $9.8m
    tampa bay: $44.9m
    tennessee: $25.1m
    washington: $16.4m

    http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/03/13/sala...module=hp11_cp

    we have more than 9.8 i can tell you that much.

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