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2023 NFL Salary Cap Tracker: All 32 NFL teams ranked by cap space

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With the divisional round over and the conference championship matchups set, most of the league and its fanbases will be turning their attention to NFL free agency.

While the exact figure is yet to be reported, the salary cap for the 2023 season is expected to be in excess of $220 million, representing a near-$20 million increase over the 2022 season.

The Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants and Cincinnati Bengals are in good shape, while the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have some work to do before the 2023 league year begins in March.

Here is how all 32 NFL teams currently stand, keeping in mind that cap space is a constantly changing number as teams maneuver throughout the offseason. Salary sap data comes courtesy of our friends at OverTheCap.

PFF's free-agent rankings by position:

QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | IOL | DI | EDGE | LB | CB | S

Last updated: Monday, Jan. 23 at 6 a.m. ET
Team Cap Space Effective Cap Space*
Bears $92,033,199 $82,452,399
Falcons $56,614,855 $51,485,457
Giants $54,247,461 $42,843,422
Bengals $43,919,058 $33,794,387
Texans $40,429,053 $27,726,836
Patriots $32,836,047 $28,618,728
Seahawks $31,240,644 $19,349,776
Ravens $27,217,479 $23,951,062
Raiders $22,280,338 $11,834,618
49ers $16,598,516 $3,550,787
Cardinals $15,667,205 $6,102,124
Lions $15,050,618 $3,710,141
Chiefs $14,197,884 ($611,032)
Colts $13,271,832 $5,714,059
Broncos $9,406,724 $6,826,153
Commanders $7,349,246 $3,818,441
Eagles $4,655,666 ($825,378)
Steelers $1,488,747 ($2,886,195)
Cowboys ($223,002) ($9,139,623)
Jets ($2,593,498) ($6,618,393)
Bills ($8,492,236) ($20,286,985)
Panthers ($8,548,728) ($14,047,960)
Jaguars ($13,967,686) ($23,867,736)
Rams ($13,994,570) ($15,745,998)
Browns ($14,445,606) ($16,193,171)
Dolphins ($16,253,222) ($22,680,176)
Packers ($16,283,743) ($20,170,125)
Chargers ($19,931,524) ($22,981,642)
Titans ($23,348,634) ($27,733,129)
Vikings ($24,551,507) ($27,033,810)
Buccaneers ($54,643,921) ($57,838,825)
Saints ($58,146,996) ($61,267,104)

*Represents the maximum cap space a team will have when it signs at least 51 players to its roster for that season.


CLICK HERE TO VIEW PFF's 2023 NFL Free Agent Rankings:
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