Bucs top teams with available salary-cap space

The following is a team-by-team list of available salary-cap room entering Thursday, according to a league source. This list obviously is in flux as teams release players and restructure contracts.

Teams didn’t have to be in compliance with the new salary cap until the beginning of the official league year, which started with the ratification of the new collective bargaining agreement. The 2011 salary-cap threshold for teams is $120 million, along with a $3 million cap credit as well as other areas for minor allotments.”

Five teams — the Texans, Cowboys, Lions, Steelers and Raiders — were above the salary cap.

Buccaneers: $29,560,557
Chiefs: $28,431,354
Jaguars: $28,065,980
Browns: $27,621,161
Bengals: $27,164,180
Broncos: $26,542,469
Bills: $23,460,476
49ers: $22,570,511
Bears: $19,299,218
Seahawks: $16,387,368
Cardinals: $14,603,051
Redskins: $11,453,315
Packers: $11,106,997
Jets: $8,920,939
Dolphins: $8,446,315
Colts: $7,925,683
Titans: $7,127,421
Saints: $7,027,984
Patriots: $5,264,084
Chargers: $5,031,754
Eagles: $4,604,520
Ravens: $3,558,707
Panthers: $1,915,774
Vikings: $938,854
Falcons: $811,692
Giants: $623,268
St. Louis: $621,868
Texans:  ($3,358,436)
Cowboys: ($6,671,139)
Lions: ($7,793,202)
Steelers: ($8,597,461)
Raiders: ($15,246,085)

Total: $307,419,177

Average: $9,606,849

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