Found February 07, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
We have already passed on the news that the Pittsburgh Steelers will have $758,000 worth of leftover salary cap space from 2012 that they can rollover to 2013 and now Pro Football Talk reports on Wednesday that they are also due an additional cap credit in 2013 of $642,000. I am not sure where this credit comes from as it could be LTBE (Likely To Be Earned) incentive of some kind that was not achieved by a player in 2012. The amount is so low that it is really not worth chasing down at this point, so we will just take PFT at their word. We also passed along word on Wednesday that teams have been Read more [...]
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