|Posted on May 15, 2009 at 10:32 PM|
NFL.com - The NFL's salary cap has risen to $128 million for the 2009 season, a $12 million increase from last year.
This will be the final year with a salary cap in place unless the league and its players' union can reach a new collective bargaining agreement.
The cap was due to increase $7 million this season, and the $12 million increase is the largest in three years.
The adjustments will not affect the minimum team salary of $107,748,000.
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