• Source: Cap will be north of $122 million

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 20, 2013
    As mentioned on Tuesday, a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that the cap will be at least $122 million.  While a move to $122 million represents an increase of only $1.4 million per team, every dollar helps, given the number of teams in cap trouble. So that’s why the cap being even only $1 million more than expected is a big deal.  But the indications are that the salary cap will increase more than expected. Last year, the teams and the league had to borrow against future years’ cap space to ensure that the spending limit would not decrease.  This year’s version of the crop report has not yet been disclosed, in part because it still hasn’t been determined. 
    • Minor cap increase can result in major spending

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