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The Houston Texans updated cap number was revealed and updated with their top 51 contracts, including the recent signings of Ed Reed, Brice McCain, Shane Lechler, Andrew Gardner and Greg Jones.   The Texans are current cap situation as follows   Unadjusted Team Cap: $123,000,000.00 Contracts: 51 Previous Year Carry Over: $2,422,689.00 Team Cap: $121,233,466.00 Cap Room: $3,813,260.00   The complete NFL cap numbers are here. 
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