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    Jets also will save $2.6M on Erin Henderson, whose option wasn't exercised.

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    #Jets also will save $2.6M on Erin Henderson, whose option wasn't exercised. He comes off books on March 9.
    "On to 2017"

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    What is all of this, don't the jets understand there's no such thing as a salary cap?

    I wouldn't mind seeing the Jets take Reuben Foster at #6
    Last edited by pope; 02-25-2017 at 09:56 PM.

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    we still have more cuts coming i woyld think...

    revis 9 million and counting....
    gilchrist 4.65
    b marshall 7.5
    harris 6.5
    richardson 8.1 in a trade.......
    khiry robinson 1 million

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    Quote Originally Posted by pope View Post
    What is all of this, don't the jets understand there's no such thing as a salary cap?

    I wouldn't mind seeing the Jets take Reuben Foster at #6
    Bitonti wins again!!!

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...6-169-million/

    2017 salary cap currently pegged at $166-169 million

    Posted by Mike Florio on February 25, 2017, 1:55 PM EST

    On the surface, the salary cap seems to be an objective, unambiguous formula. In reality, the specific team-by-team spending limit is finalized via back-and-forth negotiations between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.

    For 2017, the final number will be announced soon, since each team must be in compliance with it by March 9. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the cap currently is expected to be in the range of $166 million to $169 million.

    Last year, the cap was $155.27 million. In 2015, the cap was $143.28 million. The year before, $133 million. In 2013, it was $123 million.

    Prior to that, the cap was going up much more slowly; in 2012, the cap was $120.6 million per team.

    The end result, assuming the low end of the currently projected range for 2017, is a total increase of 37.6 percent in only five years. Which means a lot more money for teams to spend and a lot more money for players to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ganggreen76 View Post
    Bitonti wins again!!!

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...6-169-million/

    2017 salary cap currently pegged at $166-169 million
    LOL, self praise sucks ggtonti.

    And while you're patting yourself on the back try to grasp that you won nothing. Everyone knew the cap was going up.
    "On to 2017"

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    Yeah you two who are the same one imbecile wins alright

    Let's give Shitzpatrick another $17mill to entertain you with his googly leader eyes, why not, there's no such thing as a salary cap.

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    By the time we finish cutting everyone , who the hell is going to replace these players ? 2017 will be a shit storm in Florham Park .

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    Hopefully younger, more athletic players who fit better with what the Jets want to do.

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