The NFL is looking for a lot of engineering talent and it looks like they’re not going to let up.
The league released its 2018 salary cap report Wednesday and the numbers show that the salary cap is going to increase by almost $100 million over the next two seasons.
That’s according to NFL salary cap tracker Fathom.
The total number of players that the NFL has released since the start of the 2020 season is $2,858,611, according to Fathom and that number will increase by $3,541,919 for the next four seasons.
In total, the salary for a player in the NFL this year is $5.67 million, up from $4.87 million a year ago.
That number will jump to $6.17 million in 2022.
The NFL’s total salaries are up by more than $1,000,000 for the first time in the last two seasons and it shows that the league is not going anywhere.
It also shows that there are more salaries available to hire engineers and technicians than there were a year earlier.
The salary cap will increase for the 2018 season by $100,921, with the projected total increase of $3.5 million going to the NFL’s engineers and technologists.
This year’s salary cap for the 2021 season will be $7.7 million and the projected increase of more than 1,000 percent for the 2022 season.
The salaries for players in the 2021-2022 season are expected to be more than double what they were a few years ago, according the Fathom report.
That was because players are earning significantly more and are spending more on college and professional sports.
Fathom said that the number of engineering salaries released this year were $9.3 million.
It’s also expected that the total number released this season will top $23 million, which would put the NFL in the $180 billion-a-year league cap.