Team-by-team cap space, as of April 3

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 million.

Raiders:  $1.6 million.

Redskins:  $669,000.

Rams:  $506,000.

9 responses to “Team-by-team cap space, as of April 3

  1. I believe most raiders money is dead cap money. But they are headed to around 45 million under for next year as all those contracts are now gone. So probably bad year coming up again, then some improvement in 2014 and back to a playoff team in 2015. Maybe reggie and Dennis can work some magic in 2014.

  2. Is this the money they have left to pay the 7 or more new players they get in the draft? What’s the minimum wage for rookies? If it’s around $350,000, they’ll need at least 2.5 million for them. Does the cap apply before the roster is trimmed down at the start of the season?

  3. As a long time Chiefs fan, I am actually glad that they are finally willing to spend money. They have been as active in FA, as I can remember and have added some good veteran talent and depth to a very young team. It seems like they are always one of the teams on the salary cap list. The Chiefs have the talent to be legitimate playoff contenders and with Andy Reid finally providing real coaching and having a proven NFL QB, I am optimisitic that my team can be consitent contenders for years to come.

  4. As a Broncos fan, I am thrilled that we still have 8.3M cap space AFTER signing Welker and Cromartie.

    I won’t make any boneheaded arrogant Superbowl predictions though, because there’s a few other teams that look stacked for 2013.

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