Salary Cap

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NFLPA Expects 2016 Salary Cap To Be At Least $153 Million

As expected, the NFL salary cap will be going up once again in 2016. During his annual talk with the media on Thursday, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said he “conservatively” expects the recent trend of $10 million per-team increases to the salary cap to continue in 2016. NFLPA's DeMaurice…


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Steelers 2016 Salary Cap: Safety Contracts & Soon-To-Be Free Agents

It’s time to move forward with our position by position look at the Pittsburgh Steelers salary cap situation for 2016 being as the team as starting to wind down their 2015 season. We’ve already looked at the several position groups in this series and today we’ll turn our attention to the safety…


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Report: 2016 NFL Salary Cap Expected Between $147 And $155 million

The Pittsburgh Steelers currently have roughly just over $149 million in salary cap dollars committed for 2016 and judging by a Wednesday afternoon report by Jason Cole, that number lands right in between what the expected league-wide salary cap number is expected to be next season. Cole reports that NFL…


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Steelers 2016 Salary Cap: Tight End Contracts & Soon-To-Be Free Agents

It’s time to move forward with our position by position look at the Pittsburgh Steelers salary cap situation for 2016 being as the team is exiting from their bye week. We’ve already looked at the quarterback wide receiver position groups and today we will move forward with our look at…




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Steelers 2016 Salary Cap: A Bye Week Look Ahead

Being as the Pittsburgh Steelers are currently on their bye this week, now is a perfect time to take a quick look ahead at what the team’s early 2016 salary cap picture will look like during the offseason. As you can see in the table below, the Steelers currently have…