Salary cap plan could pose issues
These teams may need to get creative if numbers currently under discussion hold
For the first time in two years, NFL front offices are putting on their salary caps as owners and players try to pound out a labor agreement.
That's why it's vital to forge an agreement that preserves the preseason. Both sides know the impact on the salary cap if revenues shrink. If all goes well, a deal may be reached in time to save the Pro Football Hall of Fame game and the rest of the preseason. Whatever the outcome of successful talks, the 2011 salary cap will be less than it was in ...
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