The NFL announced to all 32 teams that the salary cap for the upcoming season will increase an extra $2.4 million per team to $123 million, a players’ union official told the AP.The increase is a result of better than expected revenues last season — primarily from NFL Properties — and a jump in projected league revenues, according to an NFL Players Association official.Last year’s cap was set at $120.6 million per team. The Cowboys and Washington Redskins will have less than the $123 million after they were saddled with cap penalties last year for actions during the 2010 uncapped year.Briefly • Jets: Quarterback David Garrard, cut in the preseason by the Dolphins last year, recently worked out with New York, according to the Daily News. • Packers: Tight end Jermichael Finley, slated to count $8.75 against the 2013 cap, told ESPN he’s not likely to accept less than that should the team look to his salary for savings. “I’d have to walk for sure,” Finley said, “meaning I couldn’t take a pay cut. ... Taking a pay cut or restructuring doesn’t sound good to me at this time. I like my deal.” • Steelers: Quarterback John Parker Wilson was claimed off waivers from Jacksonville, where the former Alabama signal-caller spent the majority of last season on the practice squad. • Titans: Tight end Brandon Barden, an undrafted rookie from Vanderbilt who played in three games last season, was arrested on DUI charges Saturday in Augusta, Ga., after a single-car wreck.