Sep 15, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stands on the field prior to the game between the New York Giants and the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium. Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
NFL owners met for a half day in Dallas today. Sportsbusinessdaily.com posted the three-item agenda as: bullying; the league's licensing agreement with EA Sports and the 2014 salary cap.
NFL.com's Albert Breer tweets that the league projects the '14 cap to be $126.3 million per team. That's up from $123.3 million this season.
The salary cap is the league's revenue sharing agreement with the NFL Players Association on the split between owners and players of defined gross revenue. It grows as overall revenue grows and should be especially lucrative when new broadcast revenues kick-in next year.
Free agents might not feel the difference right away.no comments