For some, the issue is cap space. For many, it can’t be. As of Tuesday, March 26, 13 teams still had more than $10 million in spending room for 2013, and five still had more than $20 million, per a source with knowledge of the NFLPA’s calculation of remaining cap room. In the offseason, a team’s total cap expenditure comes from the top 51 players on the payroll. Others with eight figures include the Packers with $18.3 million, the Bills with $16.8 million, the Dolphins with $15.7 million, the Cardinals with $14.0 million, the supposedly spending-to-the-cap Patriots with $13.4 million, the supposedly cap-strapped Jets with $13.0 million, the Colts with $11.7 million, and the Titans with $10.7 million.
Earlier in the day, we listed the 13 teams that have at least $10 million in cap space. Many of you wanted to know about the other 19. So here’s the full list of remaining cap space, as of March 26. The numbers are based on NFLPA calculations. As we’v