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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, teams are being told that the 2013 salary cap will be $121.1 million.
If indeed that report is correct, the $121.1 million number would be $200,000 more than John Clayton of ESPN reported in early January. Clayton reported at that time the number was expected to be $120.9 million.
Last year the salary cap number was $120.6 million, so the increase this year over last year looks to be $500,000.
In all of my recent salary cap post I have been working off of the $120.9 million number, so obvious this slight increase does not change things too Read more [...]
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