49ers are nearly $13 million under the salary cap

Aug 11, 2015 at 9:09 AM--


According to the NFLPA and following the release of linebacker Aldon Smith, the San Francisco 49ers are now $12,980,672 under the $143,280,000 salary cap.

Here is a list of all 32 NFL teams and where they currently stand as far as salary cap space goes.

Team Cap Space
Jacksonville Jaguars $37,571,942
Cleveland Browns $21,347,983
Tennessee Titans $20,297,561
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $19,104,835
Oakland Raiders $18,944,677
Cincinnati Bengals $16,611,321
Dallas Cowboys $16,492,418
Atlanta Falcons $15,682,106
Green Bay Packers $14,888,095
Carolina Panthers $14,557,125
Philadelphia Eagles $14,425,826
San Francisco 49ers $12,980,672
Indianapolis Colts $12,315,617
Miami Dolphins $11,373,168
Arizona Cardinals $9,107,153
Seattle Seahawks $8,906,646
Kansas City Chiefs $8,793,884
San Diego Chargers $8,735,977
Buffalo Bills $8,712,145
Chicago Bears $7,783,079
Washington Redskins $7,724,535
Houston Texans $7,690,980
Baltimore Ravens $7,668,232
Denver Broncos $7,467,354
Minnesota Vikings $7,455,420
Pittsburgh Steelers $6,712,728
St. Louis Rams $6,560,991
New England Patriots $6,400,973
New York Jets $4,490,748
New York Giants $4,317,526
Detroit Lions $2,443,766
New Orleans Saints $2,392,402

* Numbers released by NFLPA today





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