• Source: Cap will be higher than $132 million

    Summary of 18 articles · Updated Feb 28, 2014
    • NFL salary cap set at $133 million for 2014

      The NFL salary cap will be $133 million for the 2014 season, according to the NFL Players Association. The figure represents a significant rise from last year's figure, which was $123 million.
    • NFL sets 2014 cap at $133 million

      The NFL told the teams today the 2014 salary cap will be $133 million, a $10 million increase from last year. That leaves the Jaguars with nearly $60 million in cap space for this season. More room will be created if the Jaguars release any veterans bef…
    • How does an extra $10 million in cap mean to the Jets?

      Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.comSo the 2014 cap keeps going up and up! Here’s what Adam Schefter tweeted earlier Friday about the status of the league’s maximum spending limit. Salary cap projected to rise to about $133 million this year, expected to brea…
    • Salary cap set at historic-high $133 million

      The 2014 NFL salary cap was set Friday at $133 million, up from $123 million last season, and league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter it could break $150 million by 2016.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cap increase may save Ravens punter

      It seems like the NFL's 2014 salary cap keeps increasing with each passing day, which could turn out to be good news for Baltimore Ravens punter Sam Koch. According to ESPN's John Clayton, this year's cap will rise to $132 million per team. That's about…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Big Blue Morning: Division rivals' cap room

      With projections for the 2014 salary cap continuing to rise into the low $130 millions, we have discussed the ways in which the perennially cap-strapped New York Giants could benefit. According to this chart Kevin Seifert put together, the Giants curren…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Explaining the NFL salary cap

      It's an oft-discussed topic, but what are we really talking about when we bring up the NFL salary cap?
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Vikings, NFL cap space projections continue to grow

      There’s less than two weeks before free agency begins on March 11 and the estimated cap number could rise again.
    • 2014 NFL salary cap projections continue to climb: reports

      Reports have the salary cap as high as $135 million
      Source: nola.com
  • Cap spike comes at ideal time for Steelers

    PITTSBURGH -- The good news for the Steelers in regard to the salary cap extends beyond 2014. NFL ESPN Insider Adam Schefter reported Friday that the cap will jump from $123 million to $133 million this year, and such a spike would leave the Steelers ro…
    Source: ESPN.com
    • A look at the Steelers' salary-cap situation

      PITTSBURGH -- With the start of the NFL’s new year less two weeks away, the Steelers still have some work to do to get in compliance with the salary cap. But the organization is in pretty good shape, especially with the anticipated spike in the cap for …
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Jackson could be guinea pig for higher cap

    MINNEAPOLIS -- We discussed on Thursday morning why the Minnesota Vikings might want to kick the tires on former Cleveland Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, who was cut by the team this week, and it appears they could do just that. CBS Sports reported …
    Source: ESPN.com
  • A closer look at Carolina's salary-cap room

    The NFL will announce the 2014 salary cap within the next few days, possibly as early as today, and the reported available cap space for the Carolina Panthers has been all over the place. So after consulting with ESPN's top cap gurus, here's what I came…
    Source: ESPN.com

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