How a rent relief bill would impact players and coaches

The Los Angeles Rams are among those that could be affected by the state’s $15.5 billion cap on housing subsidies, the state Senate Finance Committee announced Thursday.

The bill would allow up to $500,000 per season of housing subsidies to be used for up to 10 percent of a team’s salary.

The measure would also allow a team to use that money to pay for the relocation of a player, which would increase the team’s cap for players.

The Rams have a $6.5 million cap, which is $3 million less than the $8.5-million cap they’d have if the cap remained the same.

However, the bill would still have to be approved by the full Senate.

The NFL has been working to increase the cap for several years.

The league has already increased the salary cap by about $3 billion this year and $2 billion next year.

If the cap is raised, the league could save $3.8 billion in 2019 and 2019 alone.

The Los Angeles Chargers, the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants all have their cap at $10 million, which means they’d need to pay their players more to keep them in Los Angeles.

The salary cap for NFL teams has been the subject of a number of proposals, including one from a group that included New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.

Sanchez has previously called for a team-wide cap increase and the Los Angeles City Council voted in favor of the measure last year.

The proposal would apply to any team that doesn’t have a Super Bowl title.

It would also apply to teams with more than 10 players who were released or who were not traded.