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In what was thought o be around $121 million, the NFL salary cap has been set at $123 million for the 2013 season, much to the relief of some cap-strapped teams, reports Ian Rapaport of the NFL.com. The jump gives just a bit more wiggle room for some teams, but it's the little things that count in the long run.  There will also be a per team minimum salary benefit of $900,000, making total compensation at $123.9M per team. The increase was the result of better-than-expected revenue for the league last year. The new league year will start March 12th. var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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