2013 Salary Cap

2013 Salary Cap Situations Of All 32 Teams As Of Early February

According to NFL.com, below is the list of available salary cap space by team as of 2/8/13. Of course these numbers will move quickly, but at least you will know where each team currently sits as we inch closer towards the start of the new league year. The teams are ranked from least available to most available. As you can see, the Pittsburgh Steelers are listed as being $13.8 million over the cap right now and that is right about the number that I have them at.

The Cincinnati Bengals have the most available cap space of the 32 teams as they are currently $50.6 million under the cap. The Cleveland Browns are second as they $45.6 million under the projected 2013 salary cap.

1. New York Jets – $23 million over
2. Dallas Cowboys – $21 million over
3. New Orleans Saints – $20.6 million over
4. Pittsburgh Steelers – $13.8 million over
5. Carolina Panthers – $13.7 million over
6. New York Giants – $10 million over
7. Oakland Raiders – $8.3 million over
8. Washington Redskins – $5.9 million over
9. Detroit Lions – $5 million over
10. Arizona Cardinals – $3.3 million over
11. St. Louis Rams – $2.3 million over
12. San Francisco 49ers – $49,000 over
13. Atlanta Falcons2.1 million under
14. Philadelphia Eagles – $5.7 million under
15. Green Bay Packers – $5.8 million under
16. Houston Texans – $6.1 million under
17. San Diego Chargers – $6.3 million under
18. Chicago Bears – $10.3 million under
19. Minnesota Vikings – $12.3 million under
20. Baltimore Ravens – $12.9 million under
21. Kansas City Chiefs – $13.3 million under
22. Denver Broncos – $14.9 million under
23. Seattle Seahawks – $15 million under
24. New England Patriots – $15.8 million under
25. Buffalo Bills – $16.7 million under
26. Tennessee Titans – $18.3 million under
27. Jacksonville Jaguars – $23.8 million under
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – $30.1 million under
29. Indianapolis Colts – $43.1 million under
30. Miami Dolphins – $44 million under
31. Cleveland Browns – $45.6 million under
32. Cincinnati Bengals – $50.6 million under

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