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http://www.si.com/nfl/2015/12/04/nfl-salary-cap-2016-season-projected-rise

 

 

The NFL’s salary cap will rise by as much as $10 million for the 2016 season, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The current cap sits at $143.28 million. Schefter reports the league informed team executives at owners meetings this week that the 2016 cap is projected to be between $150-153.4 million.

The cap has jumped around $10 million the last few years, from $123 million in 2013 to $133 in 2014 to the current number.

 

 

 

That is not a hole lot, but should be plenty enough for the Ravens to menuver.

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That's chump change according to baseball teams.

 

Yankees spent over $200M on payroll only to watch the playoff games while Houston

Astros snuck in as wild card spending only $69M.

 

Dodgers spent the most @ $273M with their immense cable market but the

owner still doesn't have a ring although he made the playoffs.

 

Nice to see the small markets win the series like KC on smarts $112M instead of money.

 

O's spent $118M just like an NFL team. No wonder they never win. We don't have

KC's smarts who beat us last year in POs and KC went to the big dance this year.

 

The New York Yankees of the AL have played in 40 of the 111 Series through
2015 and have won 27 World Series championships, the most Series .

 

 

http://blog.surepayroll.com/2015-mlb-team-payrolls/

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