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Salary cap numbers from around the NFL

As most of you know football is a game ... and a business. And that's why so many of you have repeatedly asked for salary cap numbers, knowing Miami's cap room directly impacts what can happen in the coming days as far as trading picks and players.

I've been remiss in getting you that information. Until now.

The Dolphins today find themselves with $13 million of salary cap room. That means they are $13 million under the $127 million league salary cap ceiling.

Profootballtalk.com has done me one better, meanwhile, digging up the entire salary cap picture for all 32 NFL teams. According to this list, the Dolphins are $13.19 million under the cap -- but what's $190,000 between friends?

This means the Dolphins can draft, add undrafted free agents, budget for a practice squad, and even add veteran free agents such as Jason Taylor or trade for an Anquan Boldin (which would require a new contract), if they so desire. There's a million ways for them to do this.

Or, should I say, $13 million ways.  


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Ncfinsfan33. I do my living in Bodybuilding and sports nutrition . I own 2 gyms in northern NJ. I'm a personal trainer. I've been in this field for over 20 years. Believe me you can't teach me anything new . LOL. It's virtually impossible to put on 40 pounds of muscle in a year on a half without some sort of supplements ( creatine , Etc ) or performance drugs. A human can put on average 8-10 pounds of muscle a year without any kind of supplements or drugs. The same goes for this HS kid who put on 60 pounds in years, LMAO. so Please Give me a Break !

Carlito, please read the post again. I never said that I got up to 275 lbs in weight. When someone refers to 275 and says reps in the same sentence that means lifting weights. I will type this again for you, in high school I could not lift 275 lbs, then with the workout that we had i got up to where I was doing bench press reps, sets of 5 with 275. Does that help you out?

NJ Fin Fan please read the last post I sent to you. I said that I did not know if it were all muscle or not. I just know that I was at 11% body fat weighing 238 - 240 from 200lbs in hs. I do know if the kid that I talked about used creatine or not.. I just know he did not hit the needle. The entire point of my first post to rexryansuxs was that the kid can gain weight without using roids. He more than likely used creatine or some other supplement. I am sure you know your stuff about body building but do not be closed minded thinking you know everything about something. Always something new to learn.

Who is Philipo?

I just realized from your last post to me, "the average human can gain 8-10 lbs of muscle a year" I am not a math wiz but senior yr in hs, fresh in college, soph yr, jr yr, sr yr. That is 5 yrs, 10+10+10+10+10=50... hmmmmm now throw in some supplements and you get close to 60 lbs. Thanks for helping me out of that.

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