We're officially in the throes of the NFL's business season, with free agency and the new league year set to kick off March 11.
Each NFL team has a different salary cap situation, questions to answer and needs to be filled. Trying to determine what each of the 32 clubs will do provides a fascinating exercise.
The official salary cap number for the 2014 league year will be announced soon, but Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is reporting the number will be $133 million, a $10 million increase from 2013. That number will add money to the coffers of cap-rich teams like the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars while providing relief to over-the-cap squads like the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers.
In this column, I provide a salary cap primer for every team and discuss whether or not each club will retain its own big-name free agents or bring in others, along with the needs for each particular franchise.
As 2014 NFL free agency is nearly upon us, here is a cap space guide for every team.
*Salary cap information for each team via Spotrac.com.