Buffalo Bills 2010 Roster: How Low Can They Go?

March 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

$107,000,000.00.  Other than lots of zeroes, what is so special about this number?
That used to be the 2009 NFL salary floor—and in case it is a term you are not used to hearing often, it would be the exact opposite end of the spectrum from a salary cap.
As of today, there is no longer any sort of salary cap arrangement in place for the 2010 NFL season. Teams can spend as much as or as little as they want to on their players for the upcoming season.
That also means that there is no salary floor in place, either.
This past season, all teams were required to spend the minimum, hence the $107 million figure. But now, that figure is a thing of the past—until a new agreement is hammered out with the National Football League Players Association and the league.
We all saw the recent notice that the Bills are raising ticket prices. The team hadn't raised prices in several years, so owner Ralph Wilson decided he needed to keep up with the Joneses—Jerry, that...

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