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2022 NFL salary cap raised to all-time high

According to a report from Adam Schefter, the 2022 NFL salary cap has been set at $208.2 million.

This amount is a record one-year jump of $25.7 more than it was in 2021 and $10 million more than it was in 2020.

As it stands, the team with the highest payroll, according to Spotrac, is the New Orleans Saints who sit at a whopping $255,638,773, while the lowest is the Miami Dolphins at $149,185,813.

The largest single-player cap hit comes courtesy of Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan, who will count as a $48,662,500 cap hit in 2022.

Written by W.G. Brady

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