Giants’ 2023 adjusted salary cap more than $229.6 million
The NFL set the salary cap at $224.8 million in 2023 but every team will actually have a customized salary cap each season, based on a number of factors.
After calculating multiple factors, including unused cap space from 2022, roster bonuses, and incentives, the NFL announced those adjusted year-end cap numbers on Monday.
For the Giants, their adjusted salary cap number will be $229.68 million, giving them an extra $4.88 million in space.
The NFL has finalized its year-end club adjustments, which factor in incentives, roster bonuses, carryover cap space, etc. That figure was then added to or subtracted from $224.8M to determine each team’s adjusted cap number for 2023.
A look at each team’s adjusted cap number: pic.twitter.com/sxbs04nXE6
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At that number, the Giants rank 14th overall in the NFL in adjusted cap space.
The highest number belongs to the Cleveland Browns, who have an adjusted cap of $251.77 million.
The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs have the smallest adjusted cap number at $220.45 million.
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