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Published December 12, 2012
Owners also should get a look at the '13 salary cap, though the league has been able to manage the cap since the new '11 CBA, so the figure has long been expected not to be much more than the current $120.6M. That does not include benefits. With benefits, the full amount would likely push past $145M. Owners are also expected to approve the sale of Jimmy Haslam III's stake in the Steelers. Haslam bought the Browns in October.