There's a new Cap Update (sports.espn.go.com) at ESPN. I'm not quite sure what happened in the past couple months to change the cap status. Can anybody fill me in?
Anyway, because ESPN only put it in alphabetical order, here's the list going from most cap room to least:
Team Cap status Baltimore Ravens $23.03 million under Philadelphia Eagles $22.6 million under New Orleans Saints $20.6 million under Minnesota Vikings $19.1 million under Arizona Cardinals $16.9 million under Dallas Cowboys $15.5 million under St. Louis Rams $14 million under Detroit Lions $12.9 million under Carolina Panthers $12.5 million under Chicago Bears $11.3 million under Seattle Seahawks $10.5 million under Houston Texans $10.4 million under Jacksonville Jaguars $9.3 million under Cincinnati Bengals $8.15 million under Buffalo Bills $6.8 million under Washington Redskins $6.4 million under San Diego Chargers $4.4 million under Indianapolis Colts $4.2 million under Atlanta Falcons $3.9 million under Kansas City Chiefs $3.8 million under Cleveland Browns $3.2 million under New York Giants $3.2 million under New York Jets $1.28 million under Green Bay Packers $1.1 million under Oakland Raiders $511,000 under San Francisco 49ers $205,000 under Tampa Bay Buccaneers $2.8 million over New England Patriots $4.6 million over Pittsburgh Steelers $4.7 million over Denver Broncos $5.7 million over Miami Dolphins $10.5 million over Tennessee Titans $17.5 million over
(edited by CRZ on 12.2.04 2113) "I'm going to go now and demand beer money from my representative. We simply must deal with the problem of my sobriety." - PalpatineW
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-chargers-obit-butler&prov=ap&type= John Butler, the San Diego Chargers' general manager and an architect of Buffalo's Super Bowl teams of the 1990s, died Friday from lung cancer, the Chargers said. He was 56.