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Thread: League salary cap up.

  1. #31

    Re: League salary cap up.

    Right, so how are all these teams currently over $60 million since it's April of the current season?

    Financials
    League Salary Cap: $60,000,000
    Team Division Total Payroll Front Office Active AAA Low Owner
    TEXAS OUTLAWS Havana $88,391,000 $67,141,000 $63,915,000 $8,075,000 $16,401,000 Bmftexas
    Plano Wildcats Havana $79,632,000 $51,618,000 $51,618,000 $11,460,000 $16,554,000 Davecool
    Eureka Royals Houston $74,016,000 $48,890,000 $48,890,000 $6,316,000 $18,810,000 tychi88
    Houston Haze Houston $72,790,000 $61,059,000 $61,059,000 $3,447,000 $8,284,000 RyckyRych
    Nashville Troubadours Bronx $71,529,000 $56,396,000 $54,514,000 $7,895,000 $9,120,000 warak
    El Sobrante Astros Calgary $70,326,000 $56,909,000 $55,891,000 $1,018,000 $13,417,000 Jkushmaul75
    Riverside Rangers Calgary $68,528,000 $53,210,000 $39,408,000 $13,802,000 $15,318,000 abe7777
    L'Anguille River Catfish Bronx $67,910,000 $57,970,000 $52,132,000 $8,904,000 $6,874,000 quietgoesthedon
    Cobb County Cheaters Calgary $67,444,000 $52,352,000 $49,156,000 $8,884,000 $9,404,000 one.three
    Kitty Hawk Curves Havana $66,692,000 $54,866,000 $45,296,000 $9,570,000 $11,826,000 CheGue
    South Florida DiamondBacks Houston $66,399,000 $56,813,000 $56,528,000 $5,830,000 $4,041,000 jfn99fan
    Port Coquitlam Cubs Houston $63,143,000 $44,897,000 $44,897,000 $0 $18,246,000 wade006
    Bronx Bombers Bronx $61,718,000 $53,774,000 $53,774,000 $1,726,000 $6,218,000 boogiedownenigma
    Targaryen Dragons Houston $61,677,000 $51,866,000 $51,866,000 $4,427,000 $5,384,000 roxynken

  2. #32

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.

  3. #33

    Re: League salary cap up.

    Well I guess I'm not going to worry about getting my team under $60 million at the end of the season anymore.

  4. #34

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The main twist in this league pertains to the salary cap. It's not fixed. :0
    It is $60M from the end of the regular season until the draft list drops in early May. Then we raise it to $75M. The cap is a soft cap.*
    Why? Having the cap lower in the pre & early season leads to a better free agent pool, and still keeps the challenge of getting some Front Office Allocations ( FOA).Raising the cap in-season allows for more, and more realistic*trading.That*possibility*also means there is a greater chance of a mediocre team turning it around, and making a run. Keeps the suspense up for longer.*Raising it a month+ into the season means that you have to feild a decent team to win, Can't just drop a lot of players for a few days, then expect to get them all back, without some cost.*

  5. #35

    Re: League salary cap up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Niquedunk21 View Post
    Well I guess I'm not going to worry about getting my team under $60 million at the end of the season anymore.
    https://www.csfbl.com/help/wiki/7/fr...ce-allocations

  6. #36

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.

  7. #37

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.

  8. #38

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrRecio View Post
    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.
    Do we have a draft list yet?

  10. #40

    Re: League salary cap up.

    The league salary cap has been set back to 75 millions.

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