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NFL Franchises Using CBA Provision To Save Salary Cap Space A Growing Trend

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 17

The NFL's 32 teams are a combined $602M beneath the salary cap entering the '17 season, 36% higher than the amount of reserves around this time last year, which is an "average of nearly" $19M per team, according to Andrew Beaton of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. This is "possible because of a provisi...

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