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fordfixer
01-01-2010, 02:25 PM
Year / Total Payroll
2009
http://content.usatoday.com/sports/foot ... ?year=2009 (http://content.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/salaries/totalpayroll.aspx?year=2009)

Team Total Payroll

New York Giants $ 137,638,866
Miami Dolphins $ 126,855,921
Houston Texans $ 122,573,860
New Orleans Saints $ 121,552,424
Chicago Bears $ 120,672,110
New York Jets $ 120,168,770
Pittsburgh Steelers $ 119,604,460
Arizona Cardinals $ 116,701,866
San Diego Chargers $ 115,264,155
Green Bay Packers $ 114,597,569
Carolina Panthers $ 112,738,038
Buffalo Bills $ 111,956,066
Oakland Raiders $ 111,527,250
Baltimore Ravens $ 109,200,157
Tennessee Titans $ 109,025,090
San Francisco 49ers $ 107,746,232
Washington Redskins $ 105,049,071
Jacksonville Jaguars $ 103,558,989
Philadelphia Eagles $ 102,490,815
Denver Broncos $ 102,043,735
Indianapolis Colts $ 101,203,115
Minnesota Vikings $ 99,806,040
New England Patriots $ 97,565,413
Detroit Lions $ 95,963,320
Atlanta Falcons $ 95,492,002
Cincinnati Bengals $ 94,591,308
Cleveland Browns $ 93,932,182
Dallas Cowboys $ 90,650,939
Seattle Seahawks $ 89,075,820
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $ 84,501,322
Kansas City Chiefs $ 83,187,156
St. Louis Rams $ 62,384,821

SanAntonioSteelerFan
01-01-2010, 02:37 PM
Can someone explain please what the "salary cap" amount is, and if someone is under this amount, does that mean the owner is pocketing it? Surprised that Jerry Jones' team is near the bottom...?

Presumably, the salary cap amount is not more than the highest figure on this list?

Also, I asked in another thread - if 2010 is an uncapped year, do you all think the Steelers will be one of the higher paying teams?

fordfixer
01-01-2010, 02:42 PM
Can someone explain please what the "salary cap" amount is, and if someone is under this amount, does that mean the owner is pocketing it? Surprised that Jerry Jones' team is near the bottom...?

Presumably, the salary cap amount is not more than the highest figure on this list?

Also, I asked in another thread - if 2010 is an uncapped year, do you all think the Steelers will be one of the higher paying teams?
Jerry had to cut back to pay for the new digs :lol:

fordfixer
01-01-2010, 02:45 PM
The cap was due to increase $7 million to $123 million this season, but additional adjustments stipulated in the current CBA will increase the total amount that teams can spend on player compensation to about $128 million. The $12 million increase is the largest in three years.

frankthetank1
01-01-2010, 02:46 PM
Can someone explain please what the "salary cap" amount is, and if someone is under this amount, does that mean the owner is pocketing it? Surprised that Jerry Jones' team is near the bottom...?

Presumably, the salary cap amount is not more than the highest figure on this list?

Also, I asked in another thread - if 2010 is an uncapped year, do you all think the Steelers will be one of the higher paying teams?

even in an un-capped season i dont see the steelers over paying for players. im sure they will pay players what they are really worth and even in an uncapped season is the smart way to go. even in baseball you have a ton of teams like the cubs and mets who spend tons of money for average teams. the redskins im sure will spend a billion dollars and it still wont make any difference