A Quick Look At Cap Space For Each Team In NFL

Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) walks off the field as photographers capture images after the game against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. The Packers beat the Cowboys 37-36. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

It was reported yesterday that the salary cap for 2014 will be set at around $130 million. That gives every team in the NFL a little extra “spending money” for the upcoming free agency period. Here is a quick snapshot at how each team’s cap is looking like heading into 2014 (always estimates).

(Numbers from spotrac.com)

Arizona Cardinals: $13.3 million under

Atlanta Falcons: $23.2 million under

Baltimore Ravens: $20.1 million under

Buffalo Bills: $22.6 million under

Carolina Panthers: $11.9 million under

Chicago Bears: $8.7 million under

Cincinnati Bengals:$27.3 million under

Cleveland Browns: $49.1 million under

Dallas Cowboys: $20.9 million over

Denver Broncos: $14.9 million under

Detroit Lions: $7.7 million under

Green Bay Packers: $32.2 million under

Houston Texans: $6.2 million under

Indianapolis Colts: $37.9 under

Jacksonville Jaguars: $53.1 million under

Kansas City Chiefs: $6.8 million over

Miami Dolphins: $36.1 under

Minnesota Vikings: $32 million under

New England Patriots: $7.3 million under

New Orleans Saints:; $5.1 million under

New York Giants: $16.2 million under

New York Jets: $23.7 million under

Oakland Raiders: $64.5 million under

Philadelphia Eagles: $23.6 million under

Pittsburgh Steelers: $8.9 million over

San Diego Chargers: $876, 336 under

San Francisco 49ers: $9.9 million under

Seattle Seahawks: $2.8 million under

St. Louis Rams: $4.3 million under

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15.8 million under

Tennessee Titans: $10 million under

Washington Redskins: $28.1 million under

One quick note on the Patriots, even though it appears that they don’t have much cap space to work with, there are a lot of different things they can do this offseason to generate some money. Mike Loyko of nepatriotsdraft.com put together a great plan on how the Pats can get open up some space. I definitely recommend giving it a read.

Topics: New England Patriots, NFL, Salary Cap

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  • Angel

    Raiders cap was estimated at 64 million under before the cap was raised. How are the Raiders still at 64 after the raise?

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