It's not quite right. Romo's previous cap number was $2.506 million. If the reported information is correct, his new cap number would be $8,922,667 -- an increase of $6,416,667. So if we were $12,668,256 under the cap before he signed, we would be $6,251,589 under the cap after he signed. The two problems you had were prorating his bonus over seven seasons (the maximum this year is six) and forgetting about his previous cap number.