Where all 32 NFL teams (including the Lions) rank in salary cap room

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The Arizona Cardinals gained nearly $16 million in cap space on Sunday when the release of tackle D.J. Humphries finally took effect on the cap. Teams all around the NFL gained cap space after their post-June 1 designations were finally on the books.

So where does that leave everyone?

Based on the numbers from Over the Cap as of publishing, here is the cap space for all 32 NFL teams from most to least.


1. New England Patriots: $46.4M

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2. Washington Commanders: $43.4M

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3. Detroit Lions: $40.3M

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4. Arizona Cardinals: $35.5M

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5. Jacksonville Jaguars: $34.2M

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6. Las Vegas Raiders: $34.1M

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7. Green Bay Packers: $30.4M

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8. Philadelphia Eagles: $26.8M

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9. Los Angeles Chargers: $26.3M

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10. Indianapolis Colts: $26.2M

Oct 6, 2019; Kansas City, MO, USA; A general view of a Indianapolis Colts helmet during the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

11. San Francisco 49ers: $25.2M

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12. Tennessee Titans: $25.2M

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13. Chicago Bears: $22.6M

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14. Cincinnati Bengals: $21.4M

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15. Houston Texans: $19.8M

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16. Miami Dolphins: $18.8M

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17. Pittsburgh Steelers: $18.0M

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18. Kansas City Chiefs: $17.2M

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19. Minnesota Vikings: $16.6M

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20. Cleveland Browns: $14.0M

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21. Dallas Cowboys: $12.4M

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22. Buffalo Bills: $11.2M

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23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $10.4M

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24. Los Angeles Rams: $8.6M

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25. Denver Broncos: $7.7M

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26. Atlanta Falcons: $6.7M

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27. New York Jets: $6.2M

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28. Carolina Panthers: $6.0M

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29. Baltimore Ravens: $5.9M

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30. New Orleans Saints: $5.5M

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31. Seattle Seahawks: $1.1M

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32. New York Giants: $1.1M

Nov 24, 2019; Chicago, IL, USA; A detailed view of the New York Giants helmet during the second half against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

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