Official cap space by team as of this AM (1-10):— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 8, 2019
1. Colts: $101,523,486
2. Jets: $95,023,883
3. Browns: $80,722,665
4. Bills: $75,324,783
5. Texans: $73,338,667
6. 49ers: $64,714,540
7. Raiders: $62,507,480
8. Bengals: $50,249,231
9. Titans: $42,796,847
10. Cardinals: $38,119,178
The NFL cap for 2019 is currently set at $188.2 million, and both the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts have over half of their allotted salary free for the 2019 season.
That should be enough room to sign Le'Veon Bell about five or six times over.
On the other hand, the Jets will likely spend their money on offensive skill players, as Sam Darnold looked promising in his rookie season but just didn't have enough talent around him.
And finally:— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 8, 2019
31. Buccaneers: $2,673,807
32. Jaguars: $1,758,439
Note: these numbers include only moves that have been made official by the league office. Trades such as the Joe Flacco deal and the cuts like the Jags' today have not yet been processed.
Flipping the script to the bottom of this list, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars were abysmal last year and probably won't get much better unless they have a great draft.
Luckily, the Colts and Jets don't have to worry about that as the next step for both franchises is simple: spend that money wisely.
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