Our cap adjustment came in at $2,717,626, so our cap limit will be $111,717,626. That adjustment comes mostly from Abram Elam's $3.1 million LTBE incentive that he didn't earn, along with some incentives that were earned (Flozell Adams' $500,000 for making the Pro Bowl, presumably) and other various charges/credits. Also, Romo's salary increased by $500,000 because of an escalator clause in his contract (he reached half of his incentives last season). After cutting Bledsoe, Hannam and Whitley and after tendering our exclusive-rights free agents (Polite, Procter, Berger, Elam, Bowen and Stanley), we are $22.304 million under the cap. That will be lowered when we officially sign McBriar and after we tender offers to our remaining restricted free agents (Crayton, Reeves, Fowler, Nate Jones and possibly Pierce). Another update (3/3/07) -- after our RFA tenders and signing McBriar (it's official now), we are $18,853,647 under the cap. That could go up if we decide to prorate the roster bonus Terry Glenn gets this weekend. McBriar's cap numbers are $1.1 million in 2007, $1.4 million in 2008, $1.75 million in 2009, $2.05 million in 2010 and $2.2 million in 2011. Another update (3/6/07) -- After signing Davis, Johnson and Grammatica, we are $16,533,647 under the cap. We prorated $4 million out of Glenn's $5 million roster bonus, saving $3 million. Grammatica's cap number is $900,000, and Johnson's is $1,833,333. Grammatica got a $200,000 signing bonus, and Johnson got $2.5 million. A minor update (3/7/07) -- The league's salary cap has been raised from $109 million to $109,134,000. So that bumps us up to $16,667,647 of cap room. Another update (3/13/07) -- After re-signing Colombo and cutting Fabini, we are $14,084,314 under the cap.