The salary cap for the 2022 NFL season is expected to jump to around $208 million, which is a jump of over $25 million from last season for all of the teams in the league.
Some teams will be working with an even bigger jump. Teams can roll over unused salary cap space from one season to the next and the Jaguars are going to be adding the most of any team in the league.
Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Jags are rolling more than $25.7 million into next year’s cap. The Eagles are next up with more than $16.4 million and the Broncos, Browns, and Seahawks will all carry over more than $10 million.
Those amounts will be adjusted after accounting for incentives and bonuses that players achieved during the season. That will also be the case for teams on the other end of the spectrum, although there’s not much to claw back from the Giants.
They are set to carry just $13,986 over into next season’s cap, which isn’t a lot for the team’s next General Manager to work with in their first season on the job.