Remaining salary-cap room for all 32 teams

Here’s the remaining salary-cap room for all 32 NFL teams, as of Thursday, according to a league source:

Arizona: $448,961
Atlanta: $6,037,809
Baltimore: $4,789,971
Buffalo: $22,205,709
Carolina: $3,111,161
Chicago: $12,878,335
Cincinnati: $38,975,674
Cleveland: $21,664,952
Dallas: $5,524,189
Denver: $40,090,437
Detroit: $13,033,733
Green Bay: $7,254,316
Houston: $8,799,012
Indinapolis: $14,362,850
Jacksonville: $24,804,299
Kansas City: $21,432,242
Miami: $14,397,448
Minnesota: $18,887,159
New England: $13,667,715
New Orleans: $3,074,058
New York Giants: $2,367,050
New York Jets: $12,749,783
Oakland: $5,059,966
Philadelphia: $22,385,888
Pittsburgh: $5,887,988
San Diego: $14,522,352
Seattle: $28,638,554
San Francisco: $23,577,592
St. Louis: $14,684,655
Tampa Bay: $17,972,495
Tennessee: $26,268,185
Washington: $11,361,338

Total: $480,915,876
Team average: $15,028,621

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