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49ers have $53.58 million in cap space

Mar 25, 2016 at 11:53 AM--


According to the NFLPA's update on Friday morning, the San Francisco 49ers currently have $53.58 million in cap space. The team has made only three offseason additions that were not with San Francisco last season.

G Zane Beadles (Jaguars) - 3-yrs, $11.75M
QB Thad Lewis (Eagles) - 1-yr, $760K
WR Eric Rogers (CFL) - 2-yrs, $1.14M with $125K signing bonus

The 49ers have also re-signed a number of their own players, including TE Garrett Celek, RB Shaun Draughn, LB Ray-Ray Armstrong, K Phil Dawson, and NT Ian Williams. Williams had originally signed a five-year deal to remain with the team, but the contract was reduced due to a failed physical.


Below is the cap space for each NFL team as provided by the NFLPA.

Team Cap Space
San Francisco 49ers $53,582,558
Jacksonville Jaguars $52,513,257
Cleveland Browns $42,718,501
Tennessee Titans $31,795,847
Chicago Bears $24,890,288
New York Giants $24,848,550
Indianapolis Colts $21,380,326
Cincinnati Bengals $21,218,307
Miami Dolphins $20,071,116
Detroit Lions $18,544,297
Carolina Panthers $18,439,981
Oakland Raiders $17,457,572
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $17,247,803
Washington Redskins $14,016,954
San Diego Chargers $13,389,457
Philadelphia Eagles $13,307,621
Green Bay Packers $13,257,816
Los Angeles Rams $12,870,599
Minnesota Vikings $11,191,755
Houston Texans $9,680,158
New England Patriots $9,315,606
Atlanta Falcons $9,202,143
Dallas Cowboys $8,677,193
Baltimore Ravens $7,561,110
Seattle Seahawks $7,474,618
Buffalo Bills $7,416,649
Kansas City Chiefs $5,701,975
Arizona Cardinals $3,524,926
New York Jets $3,394,647
Pittsburgh Steelers $2,629,520
Denver Broncos $2,050,296
New Orleans Saints $273,215

* Player salaries from Spotrac.com



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