NFL Salary-Cap Info for All 32 Teams After New CBA Ahead of 2020 Free Agency

Joseph Zucker@@JosephZuckerFeatured ColumnistMarch 15, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - DECEMBER 01:  Ryan Tannehill #17 of the Tennessee Titans leaves the field following a game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 01, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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With the start of the 2020 NFL league year quickly approaching Wednesday, the NFL Players Association membership voted in favor of the proposed collective bargaining agreement.

The free-agency negotiating window opens Monday, and the passage of the new CBA removes what would've been a significant hurdle during the process.

According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the 2020 salary cap is set at $198.2 million, an increase of $10 million from 2019. That additional cap space is likely to spark a spending spree, especially for the franchises with money to burn.

For example, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Ryan Tannehill agreed to a four-year, $118 million deal to stay with the Tennessee Titans.

Here's a look at the financial situation for each team, per Over the Cap.

            

Arizona Cardinals

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  • Salary-Cap Space: $37,908,710
  • Offensive Spending: $80,214,250
  • Defensive Spending: $44,199,849

             

Atlanta Falcons

  • Salary-Cap Space: $2,182,104
  • Offensive Spending: $122,983,431
  • Defensive Spending: $73,402,835

          

Baltimore Ravens

  • Salary-Cap Space: $19,674,854
  • Offensive Spending: $57,938,830
  • Defensive Spending: $118,634,362

           

Buffalo Bills

  • Salary-Cap Space: $80,186,213
  • Offensive Spending: $75,017,602
  • Defensive Spending: $62,408,055

           

Carolina Panthers

  • Salary-Cap Space: $22,541,233
  • Offensive Spending: $75,394,517
  • Defensive Spending: $80,330,996

         

Chicago Bears

  • Salary-Cap Space: $11,757,111
  • Offensive Spending: $96,468,156
  • Defensive Spending: $101,643,370

           

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Salary-Cap Space: $51,907,026
  • Offensive Spending: $82,791,920
  • Defensive Spending: $68,475,341

          

Cleveland Browns

  • Salary-Cap Space: $65,879,940
  • Offensive Spending: $83,132,453
  • Defensive Spending: $73,192,295

             

Dallas Cowboys

  • Salary-Cap Space: $72,468,123
  • Offensive Spending: $83,804,679
  • Defensive Spending: $58,416,007

            

Denver Broncos

  • Salary-Cap Space: $43,651,714
  • Offensive Spending: $67,975,306
  • Defensive Spending: $103,229,553

           

Detroit Lions

  • Salary-Cap Space: $51,428,544
  • Offensive Spending: $81,553,307
  • Defensive Spending: $72,274,084

           

Green Bay Packers

  • Salary-Cap Space: $26,150,042
  • Offensive Spending: $96,565,584
  • Defensive Spending: $75,302,925

           

Houston Texans

  • Salary-Cap Space: $50,397,117
  • Offensive Spending: $90,839,782
  • Defensive Spending: $71,386,735

             

Indianapolis Colts

  • Salary-Cap Space: $84,135,255
  • Offensive Spending: $96,093,516
  • Defensive Spending: $61,952,663

            

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Salary-Cap Space: $13,008,036
  • Offensive Spending: $96,006,947
  • Defensive Spending: $68,746,891

             

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Salary-Cap Space: $11,874,494
  • Offensive Spending: $114,768,198
  • Defensive Spending: $85,374,920

             

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Salary-Cap Space: $53,605,596
  • Offensive Spending: $118,952,093
  • Defensive Spending: $48,471,214

            

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Salary-Cap Space: $49,874,302
  • Offensive Spending: $73,228,993
  • Defensive Spending: $71,591,743

              

Los Angeles Rams

  • Salary-Cap Space: $17,232,144
  • Offensive Spending: $114,855,814
  • Defensive Spending: $72,333,657

              

Miami Dolphins

  • Salary-Cap Space: $86,050,174
  • Offensive Spending: $63,503,401
  • Defensive Spending: $70,239,703

             

Minnesota Vikings

  • Salary-Cap Space: $18,912,236
  • Offensive Spending: $106,867,572
  • Defensive Spending: $66,813,796

            

New England Patriots

  • Salary-Cap Space: $39,859,589
  • Offensive Spending: $73,759,026
  • Defensive Spending: $81,170,450

            

New Orleans Saints

  • Salary-Cap Space: $7,523,192
  • Offensive Spending: $100,744,001
  • Defensive Spending: $86,555,708

             

New York Giants

  • Salary-Cap Space: $76,635,117
  • Offensive Spending: $85,039,109
  • Defensive Spending: $26,409,509

           

New York Jets

  • Salary-Cap Space: $48,218,190
  • Offensive Spending: $72,392,858
  • Defensive Spending: $90,334,694

             

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Salary-Cap Space: $40,000,800
  • Offensive Spending: $107,028,867
  • Defensive Spending: $67,271,821

              

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Salary-Cap Space: -$219,025
  • Offensive Spending: $101,076,037
  • Defensive Spending: $99,717,715

             

San Francisco 49ers

  • Salary-Cap Space: $12,896,899
  • Offensive Spending: $95,855,974
  • Defensive Spending: $92,805,691

                  

Seattle Seahawks

  • Salary-Cap Space: $42,818,972
  • Offensive Spending: $98,329,034
  • Defensive Spending: $55,028,385

           

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Salary-Cap Space: $78,094,844
  • Offensive Spending: $80,214,250
  • Defensive Spending: $44,199,849

           

Tennessee Titans

  • Salary-Cap Space: $64,313,327
  • Offensive Spending: $69,071,519
  • Defensive Spending: $78,524,773

             

Washington Redskins

  • Salary-Cap Space: $59,278,737
  • Offensive Spending: $70,520,860
  • Defensive Spending: $70,661,516

            

Free agency formally begins Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET, at which time players can officially sign their new contracts.

Players who received the franchise tag have until July 15 to work out a long-term extension with their respective teams.