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  1. NFL econ: How QB resources are allocated

    Mike Sando

    2013 Salary Cap Charges for QBs Rank Team QB Cap 1 Detroit Lions $24.6M 2 New York Giants $22.1M 3 Denver Broncos $20.8M 4 Dallas Cowboys $19.6M 5 San Diego Chargers $18.9M 6 New Y...

    Blog | March 27, 2013
  2. Question about Matt Flynn as market moves

    Mike Sando

    Eddie from Lancaster, Calif., read the item discussing NFL contracts and wanted to know the salary-cap implications facing Seattle if the team traded backup quarterback Matt Flynn. Sando: Seattle could realize a $2 million gain against its cap for...

    Blog | March 08, 2013
  3. Which offenses got most bang for cap buck

    Mike Sando

    The $26.7 million in salary-cap space Indianapolis committed to offensive players in 2012 was the smallest amount in the NFL. It was less than half what the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins allocated -- a testament to the role Andrew Luck ...

    Blog | February 21, 2013
  4. Which defenses got most bang for cap buck

    Mike Sando

    The Seattle Seahawks ranked seventh in defensive EPA last season. That was very good, but it was even better given the team's No. 30 ranking in salary-cap space allotted for defensive players. By that measure, Seattle led the NFL in bang for the sala...

    Blog | February 20, 2013
  5. A few billion reasons not to cut NFL salaries

    Mike Sando

    Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen once had enough personal wealth, on paper, to own every team in the NFL and NBA. Franchise valuations have gone up and Allen's estimated personal wealth has dropped from $30 billion to $13 billion, according to Fo...

    Blog | March 17, 2011
  6. High risks, high costs associated with high picks

    Mike Sando

    The draft always will be a guessing game to some extent, but with rookie salaries escalating sharply for top picks, NFL teams appear increasingly wary of picking early.

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2008