2012 NFL Salary Cap update – Space Remaining
These are the latest NFL Salary Cap numbers which are courtesy of Aaron Wilson, also known as @RavensInsider on Twitter, who covers the NFL for Fox.
According to the calculations the teams with the most space are: Jaguars, Bengals, Browns, Chiefs, and Titans. They teams with the least: Raiders, Ravens, Texans, Cowboys, and Saints.
AFC East: Patriots ($10.717 million), Bills ($9.715 million), Jets $7.854 million), Dolphins ($6.074 million).
AFC North: Bengals ($19.08 million), Browns ($18.5 million), Steelers ($4.332 million), Ravens ($1.653 million).
AFC South: Jaguars ($19.319 million), Titans ($17.191 million), Colts ($10.314 million), Texans ($2.944 million).
AFC West: Chiefs ($18.123 million), Broncos ($10.832 million), Chargers ($3.811 million), Raiders ($29,341).
NFC East: Eagles ($12.05 million), Redskins ($4.951 million) Giants ($2.585 million), Cowboys ($2.014 million).
NFC North: Vikings ($13.5 million), Bears ($5.815 million), Lions ($4.378 million), Packers ($3.35 million).
NFC South: Buccaneers ($16.717 million), Panthers ($5.128 million), Falcons ($1.656 million) Saints ($1.656 million).
NFC West: Seahawks ($13.719 million), 49ers ($4.627 million), Rams ($4.232 million), Cardinals ($8,795).
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