• Franchise tag numbers for 2014 are set

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Feb 28, 2014
    Along with determining the salary cap, franchise tag numbers for individual positions have also been determined, according to NFL.com analyst Albert Breer. The NFL set its 2014 salary cap at $133 million, almost $10 million more than 2013. That puts the total spending power on player salaries for 2014 upwards of $4.4 billion. The agreement includes spending minimums of 89 percent per team and 95 percent league-wide of the cap in cash over a four-year period from 2013 to 16 and from 2017 to 20, combating teams who regularly left their cap space unused under the old deal.
    • With NFL salary cap set, franchise tag numbers out

      The NFL set its 2014 salary cap at $133 million, almost $10 million more than 2013.
      Source: boston.com
  • Cleveland Browns have plenty of financial flexibility under 2014 NFL salary cap

    Only the Oakland Raiders have more cap space than the Browns.
    Source: cleveland.com
    • NFL salary cap will be $133 million in '14

      The NFL's 2014 salary cap is set at $133 million, the players' association announced Friday.
    • Clayton -- Proposed cap increase a bonus for 2014 free agent class

      Teams are already reaping benefits of salary-cap increase, while loaded CB market stands to cash in during free agency, writes John Clayton.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • NFL salary-cap limit rises to $133 million

    NFL teams have $10 million more salary-cap room than last yearThe NFL salary cap limit is approximately $133 million for the 2014 fiscal year, according to the NFL Players Association.

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