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Salary Cap Calculator

It is difficult trying to determine how much cap room the Jets have, but our friend Jason Fitzgerald has made [...]

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Jets Rookie Contract Estimates

Since the implementation of the 2011 NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement the rookie salary cap, figuring out how much a rookie [...]

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Jets Should Emulate Colts And Dolphins

We often hear the Jets should try to emulate successful organizations around the NFL, Packers, Giants, Steelers, and Patriots when [...]

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The $8.1 Million Salary Cap Space Fallacy

Thanks to Mike Florio and Pro-Football-Talk there is a fallacy running around that the Jets have $8.1 million in cap [...]

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Matt Slauson Takes A Paycut

The Star-Ledger is reporting that Jets guard Matt Slauson has taken a $258,000 pay cut in his 2012 salary reducing [...]

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The Jets Rookie’s Contracts, The Rookie Wage System And The Salary Cap

Thanks to the NFL’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) signing drafted rookies has become faster and easier.  Many people think [...]

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Jets Salary Cap Analysis: Free Agency

Now is a good time to take a look at the Jets salary cap position before entering free agency.  All [...]

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D’Brickashaw Ferguson Restructures Contract

Here’s a follow up to a recent article about the 2012 salary cap, and where the Jets stand compared to [...]

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Jets Have Less Salary Cap Space Than Any AFC East Team

According to NYJetscap.com, the Jets salary cap issues appear to be worse than originally thought.  Thanks to increases in salaries via [...]

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How The Jets Can Get $29 Million Under The 2012 Salary Cap

The Jets can create $29 million in salary cap space for the 2012 season. They will have to maneuver the [...]

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