Jets could be Hampered by the Salary Cap Over the Next Few Years

Mike Tannenbaum may have his hands full thanks to the salary cap going forward. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Mike Tannenbaum’s expression may continue to be as pictured (right), due to the reports on the salary cap upcoming over the next few years. For a full report, take a look at John Clayton’s report from the owner’s meetings.

Despite soaring revenues, if the report stays true, the increase to the salary cap may only be $1 million by the year 2015, and the current salary cap only stands at $120.6 million. According to Clayton, the salary caps in 2014 and 2015 are negotiable.

Should they stay the same, this will be a problem for Mike Tannenbaum and the Jets. With some large contracts on the books, most of Darrelle Revis, who has 2 years left and is in line for the highest defensive player’s contract ever, the Jets won’t have a lot of future manuverability.

It makes this April loom very large.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Darrelle Revis, John Clayton, Mike Tannenabum, NFL Draft, NY Jets, Ny Jets Draft, Salary Cap

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