Salary cap set for 2014 season


The 2014 salary cap is set at $133 million per NFL team, a $10 million increase over the 2013 salary cap.

NFL teams were informed on Friday what the cap number would be, and the NFLPA later confirmed it.

The salary cap is calculated by taking a percentage of all projected NFL revenues, subtracting projected benefits for the upcoming season, and dividing by 32 teams.

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