National Football League salary cap for 2019 set at $188.2M

NFL salary cap for 2019 announce how much space Bills have

NFL salary cap for 2019 announce how much space Bills have

It has been made known over the past two offseasons that the Colts prefer to build major pieces through the draft while adding depth during free agency. The league officially set the 2019 salary cap at $188.2 million, up from $177.2 million past year.

Tom Pelissero of NFL Network notes that it's the sixth-straight year the cap has risen at least $10 million per franchise.

Originally, the league projected that the cap would range between $187 million and $190 million, so it came in nearly right in the middle of the two figures. That means each team's total allotment for player costs will come in at around $228.7 million. The amount is right around the projected increase for this year, so there's no surprises that help or hurt the Chiefs in terms of cap space.

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Now that the salary cap has been set we've got projections on just how much money the Chiefs will have to spend before they make any moves, such as cutting or trading away players.

The number puts the 49ers' salary cap space at almost $67.5 million, according to OverTheCap.com, which now ranks seventh in the National Football League in terms of available money and is around the same amount the team had at this time past year.

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