NFL salary cap rankings

NFL salary cap rankings
October 4, 2011, 9:11 pm
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With injuries beginning to take their toll, the amount of money NFL teams have stockpiled against the salary cap is rapidly becoming the most vital statistic among the 32 teams.

Courtesy of our friends at ProFootballTalk.com and the ever-resourceful Mike Florio, we present the haves and have-nots at the quarter-pole of the 2011 season.

The new collective bargaining agreement formulated in 2011 has a salary cap of 120 million and a salary floor of 108 million.

1. Jaguars -- 35.4 million.
2. Chiefs -- 27.6 million.
3. Bucs -- 27.2 million.
4. Broncos -- 25.4 million.
5. Bills -- 22.7 million.
6. Seahawks -- 20.5 million.
7. Cowboys -- 18.6 million.
8. Bears -- 18.1 million.
9. Bengals -- 17.5 million.
10. 49ers -- 17.5 million.
11. Redskins -- 13.6 million.
12. Browns -- 12.8 million.
13. Dolphins -- 10.7 million.
14. Jets -- 8.6 million.
15. Titans -- 8.4 million.
16. Patriots -- 8.3 million.
17. Packers -- 7.5 million.
18. Cardinals -- 7.2 million.
19. Ravens -- 7.1 million.
20. Raiders -- 6.1 million.
21. Rams -- 6.0 million.
22. Eagles -- 5.8 million.
23. Colts -- 5.4 million.
24. Vikings -- 4.5 million.
25. Chargers -- 4.3 million.
26. Saints -- 4.2 million.
27. Lions -- 2.9 million.
28. Texans -- 2.4 million.
29. Falcons -- 2.3 million.
30. Panthers -- 2.3 million.
31. Steelers -- 750,000.
32. Giants -- 70,000.

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