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(Reuters) - The National Football League has increased the 2015 salary cap by $10 million to $143.28 million per team, representing increased revenues from new television deals, according to the league's website.
Several teams will enter the free-agent signing period that starts on March 10 with a large amount of cap space available.
The Jaguars have $68.2 million, the Raiders $55.4 million, the Browns $53.74 million and the Jets $51.4 million, according to the website OverTheCap.com, nfl.com reported.
Reporting by Larry Fine in New York; Editing by Steve Keating.