Here's some info from profootballtalk.com. I wonder what we'll do to get below the cap. Who will go or restructure? I guess it'll be interesting to find out.http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm
CAP COULD MOVE TO $95 MILLION
Early word is that the official cap number for 2006 will land somewhere between $92 million and $95 million per team, up from $85 million this year and higher than the previously anticipated range of $89 million to $90 million.
Even at $95 million, several teams need to trim more than $20 million in 2006 payroll. The Jets and Raiders each exceed $120 million, and the Broncos have more than $118 million committed to next season.
The Chiefs are at $114 million, and the Redskins are at $112 million.
Despite a serious purge in 2005, the Titans are at $102 million.
The Falcons are a hair under $102 million, and the Bucs are at $100 million.
The other teams currently north of the anticipated spending limit are the Fins ($97 million) and the Steelers ($96 million).
At the other end of the spectrum, the Browns are at only $61 million and the Cardinals are at $62 million. The Vikings are at $68 million, giving them yet another offseason with more than $20 million on hand in an effort to upgrade the roster.
The Packers are $70 million and the Bengals are at $71 million.
At $71 million, the Seahawks have plenty of room to sign running back Shaun Alexander, if they so choose.
The Chargers also are at $71 million, which means they can keep both Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, if they so choose.
The Niners are at $74 million, and the Bears and Jags are at $75 million.
The folks within $20 million of the expected cap are as follows: Rams ($76 million); Ravens ($77 million); Texans ($78 million); Saints ($82 million); Bills ($82 million); Lions ($83 million); Eagles ($85 million); Giants ($89 million); Cowboys ($90 million); Pats ($92 million); Colts ($92 million); and Panthers ($93 million).