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2012 “top 51″ cap numbers, as of February 28

[Editor's note:  The following list reflects salary cap numbers for the top 51 players currently under contract with each team.  It does not include potential cap carryover from 2011.  For those numbers, click here.]

Raiders:  $145.7 million.

Giants:  $129.1 million.

Panthers:  $128.5 million.

Cowboys:  $124.3 million.

Lions:  $123.0 million.

Jets:  $120.9 million.

Packers:  $120.7 million.

Steelers:  $120.5 million.

Texans:  $118.9 million.

Rams:  $118.0 million.

Cardinals:  $117.7 million.

Ravens:  $116.3 million.

Vikings:  $116.0 million.

Eagles:  $112.8 million.

Chargers:  $112.8 million.

Dolphins:  $112.7 million.

Seahawks:  $110.0 million.

Saints:  $109.6 million.

Chiefs:  $108.9 million.

Colts:  $107.5 million.

Jaguars:  $107.3 million.

49ers:  $105.9 million.

Bills:  $104.7 million.

Browns:  $103.4 million.

Patriots:  $102.6 million.

Bears:  $101.9 million.

Falcons:  $101.5 million.

Broncos:  $98.7 million.

Titans:  $94.5 million.

Redskins:  $93.5 million.

Buccaneers:  $92.7 million.

Bengals:  $83.5 million.

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8 Responses to “2012 “top 51″ cap numbers, as of February 28”
  1. azheat says: Feb 28, 2012 11:51 PM

    Didnt the previous article say the Jagyars wont be aggressive in free agency?

    After looking at these numbers I understand why the Jaguars dont sell out ANY games.

    Besides MJD..cant say I’d want to spend money to see them play either.

  2. fm31970 says: Feb 29, 2012 1:04 AM

    Cincy has the lowest payroll and still got into the playoffs? Nicely done Mike Brown and company.

    I was a bit surprised to see the Titans this low on the list, but after salary cap hell of a few years ago, it seems they’ve learned from it. Now if they can only find another stud WR…

  3. finer9erfan says: Feb 29, 2012 1:05 AM

    Wow to think, if the Bengals actually shelled out some money they may have had a great team. There have been quite a few players come from Cinci that weren’t kept around because they were going to cost too much money? They (Cinci) are the present day Cardinals. Find and develop great talent and then when it’s time for a big contract, trade/release the player.

  4. coachryanmurray says: Feb 29, 2012 2:09 AM

    Mario Wiliiams to the Bears FTW!

  5. gln9213 says: Feb 29, 2012 1:11 PM

    God Bless Al Davis but the man sure put the Raiders in a tough spot, not to mention the moves that Hue made….good luck Reggie!!

  6. radrntn says: Feb 29, 2012 1:59 PM

    for the past 20 years it seems we have to hear how the raiders are way over the cap. Then we have to listen about how everybody is going to get cut etc… low and behold by the 15th of March somehow agianst all of the media and haters hype the raiders somehow always get under the cap, and still sign some free agents, and make deals….one thing about the raiders, they are not a cheap team, they always are willing to pay for players

    GO RAIDERS!

  7. unbiased5 says: Mar 3, 2012 5:15 PM

    azheat says: Feb 28, 2012 11:51 PM

    Didnt the previous article say the Jagyars wont be aggressive in free agency?

    After looking at these numbers I understand why the Jaguars dont sell out ANY games.

    Besides MJD..cant say I’d want to spend money to see them play either.

    Do you seriously not know how to read? Gene Smith said he wouldn’t be “AS” aggressive in free agency this year as he was last year. Last year, he signed 4 starters on defense in addition to a nickel CB, and a backup offensive lineman. And of course he later traded for another starting defender. These moves obviously worked as the defense ended the season as a top 10 defense. So when he says he won’t be AS aggressive as he was last year, he means he isn’t necessarily going to get 5 new starters. So, instead of forming conclusions based on a false premise, go back to first grade, learn how to read, and then maybe someone will take you seriously.

  8. gcounterman says: Mar 5, 2012 2:03 PM

    @radrntn – It’s too bad the Raiders waste all that money on turds like JaMarcus Russell and other random turds.

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