[Editor’s note: Here are the team-by-team salary cap figures, if there were a salary cap in place this year. The numbers are current, but some contracts from the past couple of days are not yet reflected.]
Buffalo Bills: $98 million.
Miami Dolphins: $112 million.
New England Patriots: $112 million.
New York Jets: $120 million.
Baltimore Ravens: $117 million.
Cincinnati Bengals: $85 million.
Cleveland Browns: $101 million.
Pittsburgh Steelers: $116 million.
Houston Texans: $114 million.
Indianapolis Colts: $124 million.
Jacksonville Jaguars: $81 million.
Tennessee Titans: $115 million.
Denver Broncos: $105 million.
Kansas City Chiefs: $79 million.
Oakland Raiders: $132 million.
San Diego Chargers: $104 million.
Dallas Cowboys: $153 million.
New York Giants: $118 million.
Philadelphia Eagles: $124 million.
Washington Redskins: $134 million.
Chicago Bears: $132 million.
Detroit Lions: $106 million.
Green Bay Packers: $126 million.
Minnesota Vikings: $134 million.
Atlanta Falcons: $117 million.
Carolina Panthers: $104 million.
New Orleans Saints: $135 million.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $79 million.
Arizona Cardinals: $91 million.
St. Louis Rams: $92 million.
San Francisco 49ers: $109 million.
Seattle Seahawks: $122 million.