Found March 30, 2012 on State of the Texans:

According to Jason LaCanfora the Houston Texans current 2012 cap situation looks like this.

 

Houston Texans

Current contracts: 51

Previous year carryover: $0.00

Adjustments: $2,297,606.00

Adjusted cap: $122,897,606.00

Team cap: $119,298,594.00

Cap room: $3,599,012.00

Team cash: $107,862,171.18

 

You can see the full NFL Cap Numbers here.

 

You can follow Patrick on Twitter, he is the Editor of State of the Texans, and is a draft analyst on Sideline Scouting.

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