A little more cap info for those who can understand the numbers. Poupart simplifies it for us here.
Alain Poupart (SI) wrote:
When it comes to spending for the 2022 season, no team in the NFL is striking a better balance between offense and defense right now than the Miami Dolphins.https://www.si.com/nfl/dolphins/news/mi ... ey-matters
The difference between what the Dolphins are spending on offense and defense is less than $4 million, according to overthecap.com, the smallest figure in the NFL. The Dolphins will be spending, as of Wednesday morning, a little more than $105 million on defensive players and a little more than $101 million on offensive players.
The exact difference for the Dolphins was $3.792 million, with the New York Jets ($4.52 million) and Philadelphia Eagles ($4.96 million) next with the smallest differential between offense and defense.
The Dolphins player carrying the biggest cap number in 2022 is DE Emmanuel Ogbah, who's got an $11.35 million figure from his new contract signed this offseason. He's followed by TE Mike Gesicki, CB Xavien Howard, LB Jerome Baker and QB Tua Tagovailoa.