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11 teams still have more than $10 million in cap space

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Last week, 13 teams had more than $10 million in cap space. As of today, that number is down to 11.

Still, this means that more than one third of the league has plenty of spending room.

They are Jaguars ($28.3 million); Browns ($27.2 million); Buccaneers ($26.3 million); Bengals ($25.9 million); Eagles ($25.7 million); Packers ($17.7 million); Bills ($16.3 million); Jets ($12.5 million); Cardinals ($11.5 million); Colts ($11.4 million); Patriots ($10.2 million).

The full list, based on NFLPA calculations of cap space, is right here.

At the other end of the spectrum are the Redskins at $669,000 and the Rams at $506,000.

In the offseason, only the top 51 contracts count toward the spending maximum.