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Know the Cap

With the DML Madden 20 team draft just over a month away many factors must go into the team selection process to include salary cap. Russell Wilson just signed a new deal with the Seahawks that will pay him $140 million dollars over 4 years with a $65 million signing bonus. That breaks down to $35 million per season. So selecting the Seahawks locks you into one of the largest contracts in DML history limiting the roster moves you will be able to make until 2023.

The Jaguars have a nice young Corp of talent, but with only $2,365,428 in cap space are you willing to take the chance of becoming the GM in Jacksonville and having to watch talent walk out the building do to money issues.

Decisions Decision Decisions oh we all have so many to make over the coming weeks as to where we will spend the Madden 20 cycle and 12 months of our lives.

 

Once again, the DML salary cap is going up.

 

Officially, the salary cap for 2019 will be $188.2 million, per DML Network Insider Bruce Kiper.

 

The cap will rise from the 2018 amount of $177.2M.

 

Each team’s effective cap space is listed below, per Over Da Cap News.

 

Indianapolis Colts: $106,436,235

 

New York Jets: $96,284,882

 

Houston Texans: $80,903,667

 

Buffalo Bills: $79,986,112

 

Cleveland Browns: $79,199,465

 

Oakland Raiders: $72,420,680

 

San Francisco 49ers: $67,493,622

 

Seattle Seahawks: $48,378,466

 

Cincinnati Bengals: $49,467,713

 

Dallas Cowboys: $47,620,275

 

Tennessee Titans: $43,514,313

 

Arizona Cardinals: $37,586,094

 

Denver Broncos: $34,581,784

 

Green Bay Packers: $34,529,260

 

Detroit Lions: $33,648,442

 

New York Giants: $26,507,535

 

Kansas City Chiefs: $25,155,167

 

Los Angeles Chargers: $22,548,868

 

Los Angeles Rams: $21,052,887

 

Atlanta Falcons: $22,458,182

 

New England Patriots: $19,425,720

 

Baltimore Ravens: $18,610,157

 

Carolina Panthers: $17,459,065

 

Washington Redskins: $16,969,921

 

Pittsburgh Steelers: $16,329,956

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15,708,489

 

Chicago Bears: $13,666,141

 

New Orleans Saints: $10,799,712

 

Miami Dolphins: $9,616,316

 

Minnesota Vikings: $5,340,897

 

Philadelphia Eagles: $4,233,815

 

Jacksonville Jaguars: – $2,365,428

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