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Why the Cowboys Have Been, and Are a .500 Team, and Why They will Remain So.

It is simple arithmetic, but to keep it that way, we will give you the numbers just for 2013, though the past several years all work out the same. The 2013 salary cap is $123,000,000. So what...

NFL 2013-2014 season salaries by team and position – interactive

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Check out this link from the guardian, which includes a good, up-to-date infographic of each team's salary cap details. Make sure to take a look at their methodology, too.

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Salary Cap update. We've got some of the #s.

Since the salary figures have been out for hours, and on one has posted here about them, I guess y'all are waiting for me. Here goes: While it's never been made clear which number goes into the...

"Reported" vs "Effective" Cap Space

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This is a nice post about "Effective" Cap Space, explaining many of the various things teams have to consider when planning for the cap. The example used is the Jets, making the assumption that they will be trading Revis, but there is a lot of good stuff in here. The post concludes, "The reality is there are only 5 or 6 teams left that can actually spend on some of the more quality players who are still floating in free agency. Money is really that tight in the league right now." The Eagles would be one of those teams.

Falcons Save Approximately $16 Million With Cuts

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Just how much did the Falcons save? We'll tell you.

Saints Could be Under the $123M Salary Cap Now

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Depending on who you believe, the Saints are either under the 2013 salary cap or just slightly over it. Either way, a once bleak salary cap situation is looking much better thanks to Mickey "Magic...

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