2020 NFL Cap Space, By Team

A total of 67 NFL players opted out of the 2020 season, leaving teams with major roster holes and newly-found cap space. Here’s the rundown of every team’s official cap figure, via ESPN.com’s Field Yates (on Twitter):

  1. Cleveland Browns – $40.5MM
  2. New England Patriots – $33.4MM
  3. Washington Football Team – $30.6MM
  4. Denver Broncos – $29.5MM
  5. New York Jets – $29.3MM
  6. Tennessee Titans – $25.2MM
  7. Miami Dolphins – $24.7MM
  8. Buffalo Bills – $24.2MM
  9. Philadelphia Eagles – $23.7MM
  10. Detroit Lions – $22.9MM
  11. Indianapolis Colts – $22.3MM
  12. New York Giants – $21.4MM
  13. Houston Texans – $21.1MM
  14. Cincinnati Bengals – $18.6MM
  15. Chicago Bears – $17.2MM
  16. Jacksonville Jaguars – $17MM
  17. Seattle Seahawks – $14.5MM
  18. Los Angeles Chargers – $13.7MM
  19. Green Bay Packers – $12.3MM
  20. Carolina Panthers – $13.2MM
  21. Kansas City Chiefs – $13MM
  22. San Francisco 49ers – $12.5MM
  23. Minnesota Vikings – $12.4MM
  24. Dallas Cowboys – $9.9MM
  25. New Orleans Saints – $7.8MM
  26. Atlanta Falcons – $7.4MM
  27. Baltimore Ravens – $7MM
  28. Arizona Cardinals – $5.6MM
  29. Pittsburgh Steelers – $4.5MM
  30. Los Angeles Rams – $3.9MM
  31. Las Vegas Raiders – $3.3MM
  32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – $1.4MM
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  1. sigmanj

    Why are the Packers listed where they are, shouldn’t they show up just ahead of the Cowboys?

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