Dolphins expect to carry over roughly $2.2 million in cap space into 2022

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The Miami Dolphins are expected to carry over a portion of the 2021 salary cap space that they had remaining into the 2022 NFL season.

According to the Over the Cap, the Dolphins had $11.1 million in cap space remaining this season. That number may not be exactly accurate because not all contract details are made public, but it should be pretty close. ESPN’s Field Yates is reporting that the Dolphins have elected to carry over $2.2 million of that to next year.

That number will likely be adjusted with incentives and bonuses yet to be completely determined, but that’s a nice little bump to a team that was already expected to have over $70 million in salary cap space to work with.

Miami has 28 players who are set to become free agents this offseason, including key contributors like defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah and tight end Mike Gesicki, so any extra cap space they can get will be useful.

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