Salary cap economics; The economic and financial practices a team must follow to keep their players' total salaries below the league's salary cap.
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"In the NFL's era of 'caponomics,' where salaries have to fit under a salary cap, the Lions got a younger player whose contract averages $ 600,000 a year less — $ 2.1 million for Pyne vs. $ 2.7 million for Glover."
— Mike O'Hara, "Lions Notebook: Glover calls move business decision," The Detroit News, February 22, 1998
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