Updated salary-cap space numbers for all 32 teams

Listed below are the most recent salary-cap space numbers for all 32 NFL teams, from highest to lowest, according to a league source.

Kansas City Chiefs:   $32,759,542
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:   $29,570,557
Cincinnati Bengals:   $29,030,430
Jacksonville Jaguars:   $28,028,480
Denver Broncos:   $24,537,469
Buffalo Bills:   $24,465,476
Chicago Bears:   $19,374,218
Cleveland Browns:   $18,856,161
Seattle Seahawks:   $18,309,368
San Francisco 49ers:   $15,470,512
Green Bay Packers:   $12,811,997
New England Patriots:   $12,578,934
Washington Redskins:   $11,003,649
New York Jets:   $10,781,806
Miami Dolphins:   $9,502,565
Arizona Cardinals:   $9,429,051
Tennessee Titans:   $7,962,421
Carolina Panthers:   $7,759,774
Dallas Cowboys:   $6,326,861
Oakland Raiders:   $5,311,249
New York Giants:   $4,693,715
New Orleans Saints:   $4,338,984
Indianapolis Colts:   $3,729,978
San Diego Chargers:   $2,709,447
Baltimore Ravens:   $2,344,835
Pittsburgh Steelers:   $2,268,471
Houston Texans:   $2,216,564
Philadelphia Eagles:   $2,123,094
Atlanta Falcons:   $1,883,163
St. Louis Rams:   $756,538
Detroit Lions:   $736,714
Minnesota Vikings:   $374,688

Total cap space: $362,046,711
Average cap space per team: $11,313,959

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