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NFL sets 2012 salary cap at $120.6 million
NFL salary cap set at $120.6 million, just above last year's figure
By The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) ' The NFL salary cap for 2012 is $120.6 million, barely above last year's figure.

The league informed the 32 teams Sunday that the cap has gone up by $225,000. All teams must be under the cap by Tuesday, when free agency begins.

If a club has salary cap room remaining at the end of the season, it can carry it over to 2013 as long as it notifies the NFL by the day before the 2012 season ends.



Unrestricted free agents can sign with a team beginning Tuesday through July 22 or the opening day of the first training camp, whichever is later. Restricted free agents can sign until April 20. Franchise players have until Nov. 13 to sign ' if he hasn't he must sit out the season.


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