NFL: 2012 Salary Cap Set, Franchise Tag Amounts Revealed

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The 2012 NFL salary cap in now known — the number has been set at $120.6 million — which was right where most teams expected it to be considering last years $120.3 million dollar cap number.

Here is the estimated cap space for all 32 NFL teams:

  • Bengals: $49.9 million under
  • Broncos: $44.7 million under.
  • Buccaneers: $42.7 million under.
  • Jaguars: $40.6 million under.
  • Chiefs: $32.5 million under.
  • Redskins: $31.1 million under.
  • Bills: $30.8 million under.
  • Seahawks: $29.8 million under.
  • Titans: $28.1 million under.
  • Bears: $22.6 million under.
  • 49ers: $21.8 million under.
  • Browns: $17.4 million under.
  • Patriots: $16.2 million under.
  • Chargers: $14.9 million under.
  • Ravens: $14.45 million under.
  • Dolphins: $11.8 million under.
  • Colts: $11.6 million under.
  • Steelers: $10.5 million under.
  • Eagles: $9.6 million under.
  • Vikings: $7.9 million under.
  • Jets: $7.1 million under.
  • Falcons: $5.8 million under.
  • Packers: $5.4 million under.
  • Saints: $5.2 million under.
  • Cowboys: $4.7 million under.
  • Rams: $1.2 million under.
  • Giants: $3.8 million over.
  • Texans: $4.7 million over.
  • Panthers: $5.3 million over.
  • Raiders: $7.4 million over.
  • Lions: $11.5 million over.
  • Cardinals: $16.4 million over.

Even thought the Saints are listed as $5.2 million under the cap, the reality is they are closer to $8 million under after re-structuring the deals of guard Jahri Evans and defensive end Will Smith.

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