TORONTO -- An extensive audit process has confirmed all teams were under the Canadian Football League’s salary cap for the second-straight season, the CFL announced today.
The salary cap for the 2012 season was $4.35 million.
“With all of our clubs under the salary cap for the second straight year, it’s clear that the system is working and our teams are committed to the cost certainty and competitive balance it provides our league,” said CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon.
This also marks the second time that all teams have been under the cap since the salary management system was fully implemented in 2007.
“With a bright future and strong foundation, the salary management system will continue to be vitally important to the long-term success of our league.”
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