Team-by-team adjusted cap numbers

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On Monday, the NFL announced that the salary cap for the 2015 season will be $143.28 million, although every team will have a different amount of money available to them.

Under the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, teams have the option to carry over unused cap space from the 2014 season. The NFLPA has released a list of how much each team carried over from last season and their adjusted cap total for 2015.

Jaguars – $168,486,107 adjusted cap

Browns – $161,767,400 adjusted cap

Eagles – $159,872,378 adjusted cap

Jets – $156,149,394 adjusted cap

Titans – $154,353,578 adjusted cap

Dolphins – $152,926,937 adjusted cap

Colts – $152,423,392 adjusted cap

Bengals – $152,130,435 adjusted cap

Raiders – $151,872,756 adjusted cap

Packers – $151,471,106 adjusted cap

Broncos – $150,066,024 adjusted cap

49ers – $149,855,980 adjusted cap

Vikings – $149,627,960 adjusted cap

Panthers – $149,371,637 adjusted cap

Cowboys – $148,578,313 adjusted cap

Cardinals – $148,515,866 adjusted cap

Seahawks – $148,257,738 adjusted cap

Redskins – $146,591,745 adjusted cap

Falcons – $146,248,815 adjusted cap

Chiefs – $146,144,200 adjusted cap

Texans – $146,025,746 adjusted cap

Bills – $145,781,930 adjusted cap

Bears – $145,168,434 adjusted cap

Ravens – $145,131,127 adjusted cap

Saints – $145,092,430 adjusted cap

Buccaneers – $144,909,889 adjusted cap

Rams – $144,673,387 adjusted cap

Patriots – $144,578,084 adjusted cap

Lions – $144,317,991 adjusted cap

Steelers – $144,058,469 adjusted cap

Giants – $143,411,883 adjusted cap

Chargers – $142,972,612 adjusted cap (The Chargers carried over $1,500,00, but had their total adjusted downward because of a loss of $1,807,388 due to other adjustments)

14 responses to “Team-by-team adjusted cap numbers

  1. I wish you would now follow this up with how much cap space each team has going into free agency next week

  2. ^ if you do a little math, you can figure that out all by yourself.

    #bigboymoves.

  3. @radrntn – I agree…..this is really useless. Knowing what they can spend is worthless without knowing how much they have already spent.

  4. Jaguars
    $68,477,511
    Raiders
    $55,707,735
    Browns
    $54,020,896
    Jets
    $51,728,474
    Colts
    $45,469,186
    Titans
    $44,693,630
    Bengals
    $41,095,577
    Falcons
    $33,530,536
    Buccaneers
    $33,442,618
    Packers
    $33,389,792
    Bills
    $31,321,670
    Chargers
    $30,290,499
    Bears
    $28,827,772
    Redskins
    $28,330,288
    Eagles
    $27,894,622
    Seahawks
    $25,991,543
    Vikings
    $23,328,924
    Lions
    $18,723,192
    Broncos
    $17,291,342
    Panthers
    $16,931,314
    Texans
    $15,253,239
    Cardinals
    $14,332,938
    Giants
    $10,209,638
    Rams
    $8,528,245
    Steelers
    $7,165,384
    Cowboys
    $6,564,965
    49ers
    $6,522,889
    Dolphins
    $5,034,984
    Ravens
    $5,015,010
    Chiefs
    ($-5,756,057)
    Patriots
    ($-7,344,313)
    Saints
    ($-20,652,515)

  5. gobs56 says: Mar 2, 2015 4:34 PM

    Jaguars
    $68,477,511
    Raiders
    $55,707,735
    Browns
    $54,020,896
    Jets
    $51,728,474
    Colts
    $45,469,186
    Titans
    $44,693,630
    Bengals
    $41,095,577
    Falcons
    $33,530,536
    Buccaneers
    $33,442,618
    Packers
    $33,389,792
    Bills
    $31,321,670
    Chargers
    $30,290,499
    Bears
    $28,827,772
    Redskins
    $28,330,288
    Eagles
    $27,894,622
    Seahawks
    $25,991,543
    Vikings
    $23,328,924
    Lions
    $18,723,192
    Broncos
    $17,291,342
    Panthers
    $16,931,314
    Texans
    $15,253,239
    Cardinals
    $14,332,938
    Giants
    $10,209,638
    Rams
    $8,528,245
    Steelers
    $7,165,384
    Cowboys
    $6,564,965
    49ers
    $6,522,889
    Dolphins
    $5,034,984
    Ravens
    $5,015,010
    Chiefs
    ($-5,756,057)
    Patriots
    ($-7,344,313)
    Saints
    ($-20,652,515)

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    These figures are irrelevant now. The numbers listed in the article above are what matters.

  6. I think the Ravens have about $4,000,000 in cap space. The AFCS shouldn’t be allowed in the playoffs. A sorry division that doesn’t need to spend to be a contender. The Colts embarrassing loss in the playoffs is proof.

  7. Roesman has been effectively nuetered which is a good thing because he had to many evaluation misses. He is getting paid a lot of money to do exactly what? Roseman has a huge ego and the owners ear and Al should be wary that the Ides of March are upon us.

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