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Adjusted per-team cap numbers for 2012

[Editor’s note: The unadjusted salary cap for 2012 is $120.6 million. But the adjusted cap is what matters, and here’s the full list, by team, of the adjusted numbers for 2012.]

Jaguars: $148.4 million.

Broncos: $147.6 million.

Buccaneers: $144.1 million.

Seahawks: $143.4 million.

Chiefs: $141.9 million.

Eagles: $138.4 million.

49ers: $137.4 million.

Bills: $133.9 million.

Cowboys: $132.7 million.

Bears: $131.9 million.

Bengals: $131.0 million.

Dolphins: $131.0 million.

Jets: $130.5 million.

Browns: $129.6 million.

Patriots: $129.4 million.

Colts: $128.8 million.

Packers: $128.5 million.

Titans: $127.6 million.

Ravens: $127.0 million.

Rams: $125.9 million.

Falcons: $125.3 million.

Saints: $125.2 million.

Panthers: $125.1 million.

Cardinals: $124.2 million.

Lions: $124.2 million.

Raiders: $123.6 million.

Vikings: $122.7 million.

Texans: $122.0 million.

Giants: $121.6 million.

Steelers: $121.6 million.

Chargers: $119.0 million.

Redskins: $115.9 million.

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7 Responses to “Adjusted per-team cap numbers for 2012”
  1. greymares says: Oct 4, 2012 10:54 AM

    oh god here we go again 50 posts on how do the Eagles have so much cap room

  2. dcsuperfan says: Oct 4, 2012 11:26 AM

    How the heck does Dallas still have so much cap room if they were screwed by the Mara witchhunt? I know they didn’t get hit nearly as bad as the Redskins but still…And we get penalized for “dumping salaries” into the uncapped year but the Jags, Bucs, etc. not only get to carry all the $ over that they had under the floor that didn’t exist that year, but they get a piece of WAS and DAL stolen cap room too? Oh, there’s no collusion going on here at all, no, no, no.

  3. bigjdve says: Oct 4, 2012 11:33 AM

    I guess the true questions will come when we compare this to the amount of cap space that the teams still have.

  4. bubba9er says: Oct 4, 2012 3:30 PM

    If the 49ers have that much space, this could get scary.

  5. louisianapacker says: Oct 4, 2012 5:23 PM

    This is not cap space, it is total salary cap.

  6. richiesaurus310 says: Oct 5, 2012 4:37 PM

    Maybe Im slow, but i dont get this

  7. mwindle1973 says: Oct 8, 2012 12:08 PM

    It’s worded a little confusing. These #’s represent the salary cap for each team once you add in rollover money from last year. It doesn’t tell you how much space each team has left.

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