Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?

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    Re: Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?

    Yeah thats why i posted the question. Its not like i posted a a comment asking if anyone owned a Tony Eason jersey. As if anyone would really give a crap about that. 
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    [QUOTE]Does anyone care?
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    Re: Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?

    The cap for 2011 hasn't been announced yet (if there will be one, which it's 99% a certainty) and no team submits their final rosters until prior to Week 1.


     
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    Re: Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?

    94 Million before they sign there UFA's like BJBE, Arrington etc.
     
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    Thanks
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    [QUOTE]94 Million before they sign there UFA's like BJBE, Arrington etc.
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    Yeah, I think in 2010 prior to the Brady deal it was in the 90s, but it ended up much higher:

    4. New England Patriots

    Payroll Victories Cost per win
    $152.73 million 14 $10.91 million

    With the second highest payroll in the league -- a large chunk of that going to Tom Brady and Vince Wilfork -- the Patriots spent a lot. Fortunately for their financial efficiency, they also won. A lot. A league-leading 14 victories vaulted New England into the top five, as did the club's ongoing commitment to roster value. Under Bill Belichick, the Patriots have consistently: (A) pursued budget free agents; (B) traded players in their peak earning years; (C) gotten production out of young players such as rookie tight end Rob Gronkowski; (D) moved back in the draft to make said young players even more affordable. (Thirty-three players on New England's roster have three seasons or fewer of NFL experience). Really, what else would you expect from a franchise that made the humble hoodie a fashion statement?

    Penny-wise: Receiver Wes Welker ($1.9 million base salary) and jack-of-all-trades Danny Woodhead ($395,000 base salary) provide bang and scrappiness for the buck.


     
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    Thanks Russ

    In Response to Re: Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?:
    [QUOTE]Yeah, I think in 2010 prior to the Brady deal it was in the 90s, but it ended up much higher: 4. New England Patriots Payroll Victories Cost per win $152.73 million 14 $10.91 million With the second highest payroll in the league -- a large chunk of that going to Tom Brady and Vince Wilfork -- the Patriots spent a lot. Fortunately for their financial efficiency, they also won. A lot. A league-leading 14 victories vaulted New England into the top five, as did the club's ongoing commitment to roster value. Under Bill Belichick, the Patriots have consistently: (A) pursued budget free agents; (B) traded players in their peak earning years; (C) gotten production out of young players such as rookie tight end Rob Gronkowski; (D) moved back in the draft to make said young players even more affordable. (Thirty-three players on New England's roster have three seasons or fewer of NFL experience). Really, what else would you expect from a franchise that made the humble hoodie a fashion statement? Penny-wise: Receiver Wes Welker ($1.9 million base salary) and jack-of-all-trades Danny Woodhead ($395,000 base salary) provide bang and scrappiness for the buck.
    Posted by BBReigns[/QUOTE]

     
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    Rumor Pastfansince 1966 to sign with the Pats!

    comments to come.
     
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    Re: Does anyone know how much the Pats have spent against the 2011 cap?

    This is for 2010, Pats were 12th out of 32 teams. Guess they DO spend money. It is also interesting that 4 of the top 5 teams in terms of spending had losing records. There goes that theory.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/09/19/team-by-team-salary-cap-numbers-if-there-were-a-salary-cap/


     

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