Found this article on NFL.com Available salary-cap space for all 32 NFL teams By Brian McIntyre Around the League writer Published: July 1, 2012 at 10:58 a.m. Updated: July 1, 2012 at 11:53 p.m. As we turn over the calendar to July, and with training camps opening in a few weeks, it's a good time to look at how much salary-cap space remains for each team. According to a source with access to NFL salary-cap data, AFC teams have $162,554,428 in available space, led by the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans, who are Nos. 1 and 2 in the league, respectively. (Don't think Maurice Jones-Drew and Josh Scobee haven't noticed where the Jaguars rank.) NFC teams have $111,397,452 in available cap space, led by the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, despite those two teams being among the league's big spenders this offseason. With three teams in the top 10, the AFC South has nearly $64 million in available cap space. Teams in the NFC West have a league-low $19,019,732 in available cap space. Here's how it all breaks down: Jacksonville Jaguars: $25,115,885 Tennessee Titans: $19,970,080 Cleveland Browns: $17,774,764 Kansas City Chiefs: $16,548,048 Cincinnati Bengals: $16,309,693 Philadelphia Eagles: $15,879,570 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15,740,231 Indianapolis Colts: $14,595,514 Green Bay Packers: $11,255,804 Denver Broncos: $10,878,461 New England Patriots: $10,873,988 Minnesota Vikings: $10,595,534 Carolina Panthers: $8,769,801 Seattle Seahawks: $7,470,071 Buffalo Bills: $7,382,319 Dallas Cowboys: $7,188,021 Washington Redskins: $6,970,162 New York Jets: $6,044,153 Arizona Cardinals: $4,552,576 Miami Dolphins: $4,458,211 Houston Texans: $4,053,256 Chicago Bears: $3,976,700 Detroit Lions: $3,775,829 Pittsburgh Steelers: $3,734,063 St. Louis Rams: $3,602,486 San Francisco 49ers: $3,394,599 New York Giants: $3,119,114 San Diego Chargers: $2,862,095 Atlanta Falcons: $2,834,873 New Orleans Saints: $2,272,081 Oakland Raiders: $1,347,040 Baltimore Ravens: $606,858 The figures above do not include the recent signings of Falcons safety Chris Hope, Vikings defensive end Jeff Charleston or Saints rookie defensive tackle Akiem Hicks, each of whom is expected to have minimal impact on their respective teams' current cap situation.