Here are the 2014 cap numbers for every team in the NFL

After the Tony Romo deal, the Cowboys have $148,561,185 on their 2014 cap, by far the largest amount in the NFL. The league average is $107,976,388. (Note: This is the total amount of cap dollars, not the “Top 51”). Data via

2014 cap numbers

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  1. Joe D says:

    wow who the F are the Eagles paying for being so high

    1. mjoedgaard says:

      Jason Peters, Desean Jackson, Shady McCoy and Demeco Ryans are the top ones.

      1. Joe D says:

        Well all the reason to trade Ryans then…. And hopefully Peters will somehow restructure seing as he’ll be..33, 34?

        1. mjoedgaard says:

          It will be his last year, so a paycut isnt out of the way. I also think Ryans will be forced to take a paycut next year.

          1. They’ll carry cap space over to next year as well.

  2. David_Does_Dallas says:

    Is this correct? The list I am looking at shows Marcus Spears still on the team

  3. Invictus XI says:

    Wow. It’s been a long, long time that the Giants have had the most cap space in the NFCE. Got a ton of key guys that need to be re-signed or extended though, so we’re going to need it.

    1. Just to note, you’d have to look at each team individually to really understand who is good shape and bad shape. But I agree the Giants will be out of trouble next offseason and will be able spend again for the first time in a while. The only really bad contract on their books in 2014 is Baas.

      1. NYG_Slater says:

        Kiwi is sorta bleh too……But next year, they have the opportunity to cut snee and rolle– combined for a whopping 18 million in salary. That’s a good chunk of savings if they need it aswell.

  4. Real Talk says:

    And Donavan McChoke is very mad that hes not an Eagle 4 life!

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