The NFL’s salary cap will increase by $1.6 billion over the next three years, according to the league’s release.

That’s an increase of $2.2 billion in total.

That represents a $1,000 increase for every player in the league, or $2,000 for every team.

The increases in the total cap will be phased in over the course of the next two seasons.

The total increase in the salary-cap is roughly $1 million per team, which is in line with the league average of $1 billion over three years.

The NFLPA has previously said that the total increase for the league would be roughly $10 million.

The NFL’s revenue and profit share increases over the three-year period will be offset by a $500 million cap increase that takes effect in 2019.