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Cincinnati Bengals Have $90.7 Million Dedicated to Players for 2011

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ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas provides a breakdown of how much every NFL team currently has committed to player salaries and bonuses in 2011, an important number to watch since a salary cap is expected to return as part of any new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).

The Bengals are set to spend $90.7 million on players in 2011, the 10th-lowest payroll in the league, according to Yasinskas' figures, and the lowest in the AFC North. The Cleveland Browns sit at $99.2 million, the Baltimore Ravens at $101.3 million and the Pittsburgh Steelers top the division at $116 million.

In the last capped year, 2009, the salary cap was about $130 million.