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The Cincinnati Bengals have the most cap room in the NFL available to them for 2013 and they're going to need it.
Along with a $300,000 annual increase on the league-mandated salary cap, building on last year's number of $120.6 million, along with several pricey contracts expiring, the Cincinnati Bengals have $55.1 million cap room available to them in 2013, according to ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton.
And the Bengals very well could use it with Andre Smith and Michael Johnson and nearly half their 2012 roster entering free agency. It's also expected that the team to make an effort signing Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap to contract extensions, both of which would enter free agency following the 2013 season.
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