2014 NFL projected team-by-team salary cap space

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2014 NFL projected team-by-team salary cap space
February 4, 2014, 5:30 pm
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Trent Baalke and the 49ers have an estimated $5,166,959 in cap space, while Reggie McKenzie and the Raiders have an estimated $63,633,401 in space. (USATI)

Now that the Super Bowl is behind us and the 2013 season is officially in the books, it's time to look ahead to 2014.

On Tuesday, Spotrac.com released its estimated figures for the amount of cap space each team has (or doesn't have) entering the offseason:

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1) Oakland Raiders -- $63,633,401
2) Jacksonville Jaguars -- $50,399,782
3) Cleveland Browns -- $46,220,904
4) Indianapolis Colts -- $33,552,464
5) Miami Dolphins -- $32,013,542
6) Green Bay Packers -- $27,264,983
7) Minnesota Vikings -- $23,943,670
8) Cincinnati Bengals -- $23,345,599
9) New York Jets -- $22,297,475
10) Carolina Panthers -- $20,998,273
11) Philadelphia Eagles -- $20,957,239
12) Buffalo Bills -- $19,283,662
13) Washington Redskins -- $14,759,124
14) Atlanta Falcons -- $13,661,973
15) Denver Broncos -- $12,414,394
16) Baltimore Ravens -- $11,497,810
17) Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- $11,192,698
18) New York Giants -- $9,277,474
19) Chicago Bears -- $7,304,912
20) Tennessee Titans -- $6,521,842
21) New England Patriots -- $5,619,465
22) San Francisco 49ers -- $5,166,959
23) Houston Texans -- $3,319,618
24) Seattle Seahawks -- $2,551,491
25) Arizona Cardinals -- $2,302,549
26) St. Louis Rams -- $888,840
27) Kansas City Chiefs -- $333,457
28) San Diego Chargers -- -$2,754,251
29) Detroit Lions -- -$5,313,331
30) Pittsburgh Steelers -- -$10,502,280
31) New Orleans Saints -- -$13,741,318
32) Dallas Cowboys -- -$24,117,913

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