The Dallas Cowboys are projected to be at least US$31 million over the 2014 NFL salary cap in what is being called an administrative train wreck by people around the league.
The Cowboys would be overspending the cap by at least US$13 million than the next highest team, the New Orleans Saints.
The news means that the Cowboys will likely have to cut a number of players which will have a major impact on their chances in 2014 and a massive effect on the NFL Betting markets.
The Cowboys picked up Tony Romo’s contract extension heading into the 2013 season, a move that angered some fans. News that the club will be so far over the salary cap next season is sure to make things worse for Cowboys management, who have struggled to field a competitive team for a number of years.
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