Salary cap status of all 32 teams
By John Clayton
Below is the amount of money each team is under the $85.5 million salary cap for 2005 as of Sept 1.
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.
TEAM-BY-TEAM SALARY CAP UPDATE Arizona Cardinals $6.4 million Atlanta Falcons $2.82 million Baltimore Ravens $3.55 million Buffalo Bills $3.45 million Carolina Panthers $1.77 million Chicago Bears $5.9 million Cincinnati Bengals $5.73 million Cleveland Browns $5.59 million Dallas Cowboys $5.9 million Denver Broncos $1.3 million Detroit Lions $2 million Green Bay Packers $3.9 million Houston Texans $7.8 million Indianapolis Colts $5 million Jacksonville Jaguars $5.1 million Kansas City Chiefs $3.1 million Miami Dolphins $3.6 million Minnesota Vikings $4.3 million New England Patriots $1.4 million New Orleans Saints $5.6 million New York Giants $2.05 million New York Jets $2.2 million Oakland Raiders $927,000 Philadelphia Eagles $12.6 million Pittsburgh Steelers $1 million St. Louis Rams $6.5 million San Diego Chargers $3.3 million San Francisco 49ers $3.4 million Seattle Seahawks $3 million Tampa Bay Buccaneers $672,000 Tennessee Titans $168,000 Washington Redskins $1.96 million