Packers 26th In Available Cap
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Posted Mar 31, 2012


Only six teams have less salary cap space than Green Bay’s $3.425 million. Here’s a look at the updated salary-cap status for all 32 teams counting their top 51 contracts as of Saturday.

The Green Bay Packers have $3.425 million in salary cap space, according to financial figures provided to Scout.com’s Aaron Wilson.

While that figure is as of midday Saturday, it does not include the contract finalized with free-agent defensive end Anthony Hargrove on Friday. It does, however, include free-agent center Jeff Saturday’s two-year contract that’s worth $7.75 million. His 2012 cap figure is $3.175 million, according to Wilson's source.

Until rosters are finalized at the end of training camp, only the top 51 salaries count against the salary cap.

Here is every team’s available cap space, as provided to Wilson by a source.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars: $20.27 million.

3. Seattle Seahawks: $18.98 million.

4. Cleveland Browns: $18.50 million.

5. Tennessee Titans: $18.46 million.

6. Kansas City Chiefs: $17.04 million.

7. Philadelphia Eagles: $16.25 million.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15.81 million.

9. Minnesota Vikings: $14.57 million.

10. Denver Broncos: $11.13 million.

11. Indianapolis Colts: $10.624 million.

12. Buffalo Bills: $9.71 million.

13. New England Patriots: $9.49 million.

14. New York Jets: $7.69 million.

15. Washington Redskins: $7.18 million.

16. Miami Dolphins: $6.47 million.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers: $5.88 million.

18. San Diego Chargers: $5.62 million.

19. San Francisco 49ers: $5.30 million.

20. Detroit Lions: $4.51 million.

21. St. Louis Rams: $4.31 million.

22. Houston Texans: $3.59 million.

23. Chicago Bears: $3.54 million.

24. New York Giants: $3.43 million.

25. Oakland Raiders: $3.429 million.

26. Green Bay Packers: $3.425 million.

27. Dallas Cowboys: $2.16 million.

28. Baltimore Ravens: $1.75 million.

29. Atlanta Falcons: $1.65 million.

30. Arizona Cardinals: $1.64 million.

31. New Orleans Saints: $1.41 million.

32. Carolina Panthers: $508,978.




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