Patriots Cap space

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    Patriots Cap space

    So the patriots will have an estimated 10 million under the cap after signing draft picks. i think they should just keep it and use it 2013, remember if u have unused cap space it can roll over to the next season. we could use that money to acquire a mike wallace or even front load gronkowski and hernandez rookie deals,

     
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    I like your thinking but I still say get a defensive game changer regardless of how Hightower and Jones work out.  Brady's replacement can enjoy Joe Flacco success with such a dominant D in the works. 
     
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    They'll have more cap than that. Fans seem tone forgetting the top 51 rule for the offseason. Base salary doesn't count against the cap for players with total cap 52nd amount until 90th. So Wilson, Jones, and Hightower are the only players who will count fully against the cap a's top 51 players. Even then, they're pushing some player with a $540k base salary out of the top 51 so their base salary would no longer count against the cap. Last year, the cap cost at those three picks was a little less than $3.8m. About $1.6m would be unchanged because of players pushed out of the top 51. Add in a couple hundred thousand for bonuses for the other drafted players and we are looking at the Pats losing less than $2.5m in cap do to the addition of rookies
     
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    who are we gonna spend the money on?
     
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    They will keep the cap space free
    to keep options open down the road

    They could possibly pick up room with Welker
    signing or being traded

    They have a lot of bodies and who knows
    what injures happen
    Right now they really only have need to sign
    a rb

    Unless there is an URFA DB available I think
    nothing much will happen until Training camp
     
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    I think your number is incorrect as it does not include Welker who has not signed yet
     
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    JetMangione says that we are way over the cap and only the Jets are currently under it.
     
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    The cap space probably needs to hold.  The Pats are stacked and also stacked with questions.  They need to filter out the WR glot they have over night created.  A good thing.  It looks like the team is ready to procede without Welker.  A bad thing.

    They have two RBs that we know very little about.  The defense is going to be different as well.  It's time to see what the Pats have.
     
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    nyjetscap.com is a good site to see good AFC east cap info
     
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    Money to resign Gronkandez? That is my guess.
     
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    Re: Patriots Cap space

    Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams

    Listed below: Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams, as of 12:01 a.m. ET Tuesday, according to league source.

    (Note: This does not include any cap penalties against Dallas or Washington and does not account for releases and restructurings completed Monday. Those numbers will be figured in Tuesday, along with additional cuts and contracts.)

    Arizona: -$13.7 million (they’re over)
    Atlanta: $7M
    Baltimore: $13M
    Buffalo: $23M
    Carolina: $1.3M
    Chicago: $23.5M
    Cincinnati: $39M
    Cleveland: $15M
    Dallas: -$2.7M (they’re over)
    Denver: $42.3M
    Detroit: -$7.3M (they’re over)
    Green Bay: $5.6M
    Houston: $615,000
    Indinapolis: $13.1M
    Jacksonville: $34.5M
    Kansas City: $22.3M
    Miami: $9.8M
    Minnesota: $24M
    New England: $15.5M
    New Orleans: $6M
    New York Giants: $1.6M
    New York Jets: $13M
    Oakland: $640,000
    Philadelphia: $13.9M
    Pittsburgh: $1.8M
    San Diego: $16.3M
    Seattle: $27.7M
    San Francisco: $20.7M
    St. Louis: $9.8M
    Tampa Bay: $44.9M
    Tennessee: $25.1M
    Washington: $16.4M

    Follow Jason La Canfora on Twitter @JasonLaCanfora.

     
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    Re: Patriots Cap space

    we are just fine

     
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