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Updated cap space, as of August 29


From time to time, you ask for an update as to where each team resides under the salary cap. From time to time, we give you what you want.

Here’s the most recent information, from the team with the most space to the team with the least.

For now, the number is based on the 51 highest-paid players on the roster. Once the season starts, all 53 players on the roster, plus anyone on injured reserve and the Physically Unable to Perform list, must fit under the cap.

Chiefs: $32.7 million.

Buccaneers: $29.5 million.

Bengals: $29 million.

Jaguars: $28 million.

Broncos: $24.5 million.

Bills: $24.4 million.

Bears: $19.3 million.

Browns: $18.8 million.

Seahawks: $18.3 million.

49ers: $15.4 million.

Packers: $12.8 million.

Patriots: $12.5 million.

Redskins: $11 million.

Jets: $10.7 million.

Dolphins: $9.5 million.

Cardinals: $9.4 million.

Titans: $7.9 million.

Panthers: $7.7 million.

Cowboys: $6.3 million.

Raiders: $5.3 million.

Giants: $4.6 million.

Saints: $4.3 million.

Colts: $3.7 million.

Chargers: $2.7 million.

Ravens: $2.3 million.

Texans: $2.2 million.

Steelers: $2.2 million.

Eagles: $2.1 million.

Falcons: $1.8 million.

Rams: $750,000.

Lions: $730,000.

Vikings: $370,000.