Feb 3, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; General view of the NFL logo after Super Bowl XLVII between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Salary Cap-Space for All 32 Teams

 

 

Now that the heart of free agency is over and teams are working to solidify their NFL Draft boards, here’s a look at each team’s remaining salary cap space:

 

Jaguars:  $28.3 million.

Browns:  $27.2 million.

Buccaneers:  $26.3 million.

Bengals:  $25.9 million.

Eagles:  $25.7 million.

Packers:  $17.7 million.

Bills:  $16.3 million.

Jets:  $12.5 million.

Cardinals:  $11.5 million.

Colts:  $11.4 million.

Patriots:  $10.2 million.

Seahawks:  $9.1 million.

Broncos:  $8.3 million.

Dolphins:  $8.2 million.

Lions:  $6.7 million.

Titans:  $6.4 million.

Panthers:  $6.1 million.

Chargers:  $6.1 million.

Ravens:  $5.3 million.

Vikings:  $4.4 million.

Cowboys:  $4.4 million.

Chiefs:  $4.1 million.

Giants:  $4.0 million.

49ers:  $4.0 million.

Bears:  $3.9 million.

Texans:  $3.8 million.

Falcons:  $2.4 million.

Saints:  $2.0 million.

Steelers:  $2.0 illion.

Raiders:  $1.6 million.

Redskins:  $669,000.

Rams:  $506,000

 

The Rams, Redskins, Raiders, Steelers, Saints, and Falcons will all likely need to cut players and/or restructure several contracts in order to have enough salary cap space to sign their draft picks, as well as undrafted free agents.

The only team on this list expected to make any more big moves this year are the Packers, who are working out long-term extensions for linebacker Clay Matthews and quarterback Aaron Rodgers, so their $17.7 million could disappear pretty quickly.

The Bills, Bucs, Browns, Bengals, & Jaguars will likely roll-over around $10 million of their salary caps over to next year.

 

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