Salary cap space, as of November 20

[Editor’s note:  Here’s a current look at each team’s salary-cap space with six games left in the 2011 season.]

Jaguars:  $32.9 million.

Chiefs:  $27.4 million.

Broncos:  $25.6 million.

Buccaneers:  $25.1 million.

Seahawks:  $21.7 million.

Bills:  $20.9 million.

Bengals:  $19.2 million.

Cowboys:  $18.2 million.

49ers:  $16.7 million.

Bears:  $15.2 million.

Redskins:  $11.9 million.

Browns:  $10.2 million.

Dolphins:  $9.1 million.

Patriots:  $8.4 million.

Titans:  $8.3 million.

Jets:  $7.9 million.

Cardinals: $7.2 million.

Packers:  $6.2 million.

Ravens:  $6.1 million.

Eagles:  $5.3 million.

Saints:  $4.5 million.

Rams:  $4.5 million.

Vikings:  $4.1 million.

Colts:  $3.0 million.

Raiders:  $2.9 million.

Chargers:  $2.4 million.

Texans:  $1.9 million.

Panthers:  $1.8 million.

Lions:  $1.8 million.

Giants:  $1.7 million.

Falcons:  $1.6 million.

Steelers:  $640,000.

6 responses to “Salary cap space, as of November 20

  1. Wait, the Patriots arent at the top of the list??? Everyone always says Bob Kraft and Bill Belichick dont spend any money on anyone. they are too cheap, right? So there must be some mistake. The Pats must actually have $90 mil in cap space…right?

  2. I think the Broncos were planning to use their cap space on free agents Orton and B. Lloyd…I wonder what they’ll do with it now.

    Maybe lock up Clady long-term at LT?

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