Team-by-team cap space as of June 22

Jaguars:  $25.1 million.

Titans:  $19.97 million.

Eagles:  $18.02 million.

Browns:  $17.7 million.

Bengals:  $16.58 million.

Chiefs:  $16.54 million.

Buccaneers:  $15.74 million.

Colts:  $14.59 million.

Packers:  $11.25 million.

Patriots:  $10.93 million.

Broncos:  $10.87 million.

Vikings:  $10.59 million.

Panthers:  $8.76 million.

Seahawks:   $7.47 million.

Bills:  $7.38 million.

Cowboys:  $7.18 million.

Redskins:  $6.97 million.

Jets:  $6.04 million.

Cardinals:  $4.55 million.

Dolphins:  $4.45 million.

49ers:  $4.19 million.

Texans:  $4.05 million.

Bears:  $3.97 million.

Lions:  $3.77 million.

Rams:  $3.60 million.

Steelers:  $3.58 million.

Giants:  $3.11 million.

Chargers:  $2.86 million.

Falcons:  $2.83 million.

Saints:  $2.27 million.

Raiders:  $1.34 million.

Ravens:  $606,000.

12 responses to “Team-by-team cap space as of June 22

  1. The Redskins and Cowboys, despite the NFL’s bogus cap penalties, are actually in pretty good shape.

  2. As an Eagles fan, I’ve almost always expected to see the Eagles on or near the top of cap space available. It will be interesting to see how that holds after Joe Banner leaving as GM.

  3. Where did these numbers come from? Do they include each teams cap rollover?

  4. As a Redskin fan and being shafted this year with the Salary Cap..I’m willing to bet we are going to be in excellent shape next year….

  5. Panthers 13th, Falcons 29th, Saints 30th, Bucs 7th with only about 30 NFL-quality players.

    Life is good…

  6. Out of the bottom 10 only three didn’t make the playoffs last year, Rams, Raiders, & Chargers. I like the odds but these three prove that you shouldn’t spend money just to spend money.

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