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01-04-2007, 02:29 PM
Steelers are close to the cap. Below is the amount of money each team is under or over the $102 million salary cap as of March 10.

Under the salary cap
Team Cap status (under)
Green Bay Packers $35 million
Minnesota Vikings $30.9 million
Arizona Cardinals $28.9 million
Cleveland Browns $27.1 million
Philadelphia Eagles $26.1 million
San Diego Chargers $24.6 million
Jacksonville Jaguars $23.4 million
Dallas Cowboys $22.6 million
St. Louis Rams $22.1 million
New Orleans Saints $20.2 million
San Francisco 49ers $20.2 million
Detroit Lions $17.7 million
Seattle Seahawks $17.3 million
New England Patriots $16.9 million
Cincinnati Bengals $16.6 million
Chicago Bears $14.9 million
Buffalo Bills $14.1 million
New York Jets $14 million
Houston Texans $12.7 million
Atlanta Falcons $12.2 million
Denver Broncos $10.9 million
Baltimore Ravens $10.6 million
Carolina Panthers $10.4 million
New York Giants $9.9 million
Kansas City Chiefs $7.3 million
Miami Dolphins $6.3 million
Tennessee Titans $6.2 million
Pittsburgh Steelers $6.1 million
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $5.1 million
Oakland Raiders $653,000

Over the salary cap
Team Cap status (over)
Indianapolis Colts $5.9 million
Washington Redskins $4.9 million

01-04-2007, 02:31 PM
What I would like to know is how can OAKLAND be so close to the cap and still suck? Maybe if they didn't pay a player for every year they have been alive since the Reagan administration they would save some money. :hilarious:

01-04-2007, 05:53 PM
Is this with the increase that teams are suppose to get this year?

01-04-2007, 05:55 PM
Here is a pretty good site with all the Steelers FA info you could possibly dream of: http://www.steelersalarycap.com/default.aspx

Plus here is how the Steelers look for 2007: http://www.steelersalarycap.com/articles/2007Steelers.htm