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NFL Salary Cap Room For All 32 Teams Heading Into Free Agency

The NFL has released the official numbers, and the Browns have finally finished first at something!  We’re not sure what this says about their current roster that we don’t already know, (not very good).  It does however give a ton of cap space for new GM John Dorsey to take the next step in the rebuilding process by purchasing some high price talent! 

Just how much money will Dorsey have to pick up some players with compared to other teams, take a look below!

 

1. Cleveland Browns: $108,919,295

2. New York Jets: $92,083,128

3. Chicago Bears: $77,532,002

4. Indianapolis Colts: $73,878,001

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $73,095,826

6. San Francisco 49ers: $67,029,331

7. Houston Texans: $62,999,974

8. Los Angeles Rams: $53,356,308

9. Tennessee Titans: $49,156,490

10. Minnesota Vikings: $48,097,861

11. Cincinnati Bengals: $35,404,193

League average: $34,030,061

 

12. Washington Redskins: $31,632,697

13. New Orleans Saints: $30,855,967

14. Jacksonville Jaguars: $29,517,573

15. Detroit Lions: $27,724,956

16. Buffalo Bills: $25,637,307

17. Carolina Panthers: $24,466,287

18. Denver Broncos: $23,903,805

19. Los Angeles Chargers: $23,212,918

20. New York Giants: $22,882,780

21. Arizona Cardinals: $20,419,161

22. Kansas City Chiefs: $20,071,333

23. Oakland Raiders: $19,133,959

24. New England Patriots: $16,607,974

25. Green Bay Packers: $16,497,123

26. Atlanta Falcons: $14,813,765

27. Seattle Seahawks: $11,712,310

28. Baltimore Ravens: $9,009,589

29. Pittsburgh Steelers: $5,394,632

30. Dallas Cowboys: $1,578,082

31. Philadelphia Eagles: -9,133,036

32. Miami Dolphins: $-18,529,645

 

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