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htran90
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2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
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The NFL's salary cap has been set at $177.2 million per team in 2018, up from $167 million last year, using a calculation based on the league's revenue, sources told ESPN's Field Yates.


Overthecap had it projected at 176.867mil, so now we have roughly 333k more than anticipated.


Kuzuri
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
Paging Mr. Suh, Mr. Suh please report to the Saints facility.


fhsdemonfan3131
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
Suh, Graham and Bradham my body is ready


Mr. Hangover
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
Bruh. This ain’t madden


A lot of people are going to be disappointed


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jeff5891
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Bring Jimmy home


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tibebecolston
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
This shitty board finally posted about the cap increase. Can’t we just stick to discussing the Saints hatred of over rated LSU players?


LSUFreek
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
Sure.

Man, I just don’t understand why the Saints refuse to draft LSU players when the school annually puts out quality & quantity that would help solidify some of their positional groups like all three of their NFC rivals have already recognized. ???

Oh well, I’guess I’ll just live with being tOSUsouth.


htran90
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
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Sure.

Man, I just don’t understand why the Saints refuse to draft LSU players when the school annually puts out quality & quantity that would help solidify some of their positional groups like all three of their NFC rivals have already recognized. ???

Oh well, I’guess I’ll just live with being tOSUsouth.


tOSU players >>> LSU players

Michael Thomas >>> OBJ
Marshon Lattimore >>> Patrick Peterson
Joey Bosa >>> everyone


LanTheBuilder
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
You don’t believe that.


Fun Bunch
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
They don’t “refuse” to draft LSU players.


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adam32
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
I love Lattimore an his potential is off the charts but to say he is better than PP at this point is just dumb.


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WicKed WayZ
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
He’s not wrong


tigerterrace
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
I'm just saying this. If there is an effort by the FO to stay away from LSU players then it can only be for one reason.

That reason being that being less than 100 miles away from Baton Rouge I'm sure that the Saints do not need or want there new draft picks hanging out with their college friends even on the weekends.

It would be real easy for a few college kids to shoot down to New Orleans to hang out with one of their old buddies.



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tigerterrace
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re: 2018 Salary Cap: 177.2mil
With that being said the cap has increased about 10 million a year for the last 7-6 years while the roster has not increased.

That is why paying a QB $25 million a year is no big deal now. Say you give a QB 4 years/100 million. If you increase 10 million a year that is like knocking 40 million off of today's cost.

Or saying that in 2018 25 million of 177 million-14.2%
2019 25 million of 187 million-13.3%
2020 25 million of 197 million-12.6%
2021 25 million of 207 million-12.07%



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