The NFL has set its salary cap for the 2013 season, and the new number is over $3 million higher than the 2012 cap.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (via Chris Wesseling of NFL.com), the NFL has jumped the 2013 cap to a total of $123.9 million, up from 2012's cap of $120.6 million.
To be clear, Rapoport reported that the cap is actually $123 million, but that each team has a $900,000 minimum salary benefit, which pushes the total potential number to $123.9 million.
In the following slides, we'll present the current cap numbers for each of the 32 teams, along with a plan for using that cap space.
Note: The numbers will be based off a total cap of $123.9 million. All 2013 cap hits taken from Spotrac.com, current through Friday, March 1.