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02-26-2009, 09:17 PM
Anyone know our updated cap space # with our drops of Humpel and Simmons and the tenders made. We should still have about 10-12 million in cap space is what I am thinking.
20 million to start - 9 for STARKS= 11 Million
11 - 2 for Colon= 9
9-3 for tenders of Madson and McHugh=6
6 + 5 million for extra salary cap # for this year= 11 million
11 mill + 1 for Humpel and Simmons release = 12 Million FINAL #
02-27-2009, 12:11 AM
I don't know for sure Smash...Schefter had a blog posting a while ago with these numbers:
Tampa Bay working with most salary cap space
Posted: February 26th, 2009 | Adam Schefter | Tags: Free Agency 2009
On the eve of free agency, some teams are positioned too well, and others not so well. Based on numbers gathered Thursday — and these are fluid, changing with each roster move that each team makes — here are the teams with the most and least salary-cap room heading into the start of free agency.
Tampa Bay — $61 million
Kansas City — $57 million
Philadelphia — $48 million
Denver — $37 million
Green Bay — $34 million
Carolina — $1.9 million
New England — $3.2 million
Indianapolis — $6.6 million
Pittsburgh — $7.4 million
Washington — $8.1 million
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