2024 NFL Salary Cap Space by Team

With the 2024 offseason in full swing, how much salary cap space does each NFL team currently have?

With the 2024 NFL offseason officially underway, how much salary cap space does each team currently have? The league set the salary cap at $255.4 million for the 2024 campaign, a $30.6 million and 13.6% increase over last year’s cap.

The salary cap is an accounting system that keeps guardrails on NFL team spending. Now that the cap has been set, clubs can begin planning for free agent signings, trades, releases, and other roster machinations in full earnest.

How much cap space does each club currently have?

2024 NFL Salary Cap Space by Team

Salary cap figures provided by Over the Cap

Arizona Cardinals Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $56.842 million

Atlanta Falcons Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $37.457 million

Baltimore Ravens Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$9.565 million)

Buffalo Bills Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$40.679 million)

Carolina Panthers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $11.912 million

Chicago Bears Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $56.465 million

Cincinnati Bengals Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $48.551 million

Cleveland Browns Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $6.799 million

Dallas Cowboys Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$10.603 million)

Denver Broncos Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$16.355 million)

Detroit Lions Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $51.487 million

Green Bay Packers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $13.629 million

Houston Texans Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $70 million

Indianapolis Colts Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $49.348 million

Jacksonville Jaguars Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $29.234 million

Kansas City Chiefs Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $3.462 million

Las Vegas Raiders Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $42.035 million

Los Angeles Chargers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$25.674 million)

Los Angeles Rams Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $40.873 million

Miami Dolphins Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$31.639 million)

Minnesota Vikings Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $37.116 million

New England Patriots Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $88.751 million

New Orleans Saints Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: (-$17.102 million)

New York Giants Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $38.289 million

New York Jets Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $20.705 million

Philadelphia Eagles Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $41.917 million

Pittsburgh Steelers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $7.999 million

San Francisco 49ers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $0.285 million

Seattle Seahawks Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $36.221 million

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $20.905 million

Tennessee Titans Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $75.818 million

Washington Commanders Salary Cap Space

  • Cap Space: $91.542 million

Which NFL Teams Have the Most Salary Cap Space?

1) Washington Commanders | $91.542 million

The Commanders own the No. 2 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, and Washington’s cap space will allow them to supplement a rookie quarterback with veteran talent. First-year general manager Adam Peters could spend just about anywhere, but offensive line, edge rusher, and cornerback are obvious upgrade areas for the Commanders.

2) New England Patriots | $88.751 million

New England might also land a quarterback with the third selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. Jerod Mayo’s roster is in tatters, and free agency might be a path for the Patriots to add mere competence. Playmakers will be essential for a Pats offense lacking explosive plays, but New England also needs OL help.

3) Tennessee Titans | $75.817 million

All three teams at the top of the salary cap leaderboard have new head coaches, and Brian Callahan has his work cut out for him in Tennessee. The Titans have plenty of cap space, but they also have plenty of holes. GM Ran Carthon needs to use those additional funds to find reinforcements at nearly every spot on Tennessee’s roster.

Which NFL Teams Have the Least Salary Cap Space?

1) Buffalo Bills | -$40.679 million

Few teams are as leveraged as the Bills, who failed to reach the mountaintop again during the 2023 campaign. Even if Buffalo cuts and restructures its way to cap compliance, the team will only have $10-15 million to spend this offseason. The Bills will likely be forced to bring back most of the same roster as they try for a Super Bowl in 2024.

2) Miami Dolphins | -$31.638 million

The Dolphins have plenty of offseason business to conduct but little cap space to deploy. QB Tua Tagovailoa is entering the final year of his contract and could be in line for an extension.

DT Christian Wilkins is a pending free agent and was not franchise-tagged. And other contributors like G Robert Hunt, EDGE Andrew Van Ginkel, and S DeShon Elliott are scheduled to hit the open market.

3 Los Angeles Chargers | -$40.071 million

Will the Chargers try to compete under Jim Harbaugh in 2024? Or will they get their salary cap in order while looking ahead to next season?

KEEP READING: 2024 NFL Free Agency Predictions

Los Angeles has four players — WRs Keenan Allen and Mike Williams and EDGEs Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack — with 2024 cap charges north of $30 million. Harbaugh and Chargers GM Joe Hortiz will face tough decisions as they assess the upcoming season.

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