This is as of Friday night and includes just the guaranteed money teams paid out to free agents since 4:00 Tuesday.

These are a little low as you have to add amounts they paid to sign their own free agents prior to free agency, but I find the disparity to be of interest.

Also, to be more reasonable, prolly should add the P5 salaries for this year and next year as it is highly unlikely any will be cut within two years


Source is over the cap's free agency breakdown.

1. TB 44.5M
2. MIN 41.5
3. DEN 35.0
4. ATL 32.5
5. MIA 26.0
6. CLE 25.4
7. JAC 24.0
8. DET 20.1
9. BAL 19.0
10. NO 18.3
11. NYJ 17.3
12. ARI 14.3
13. CHI 13.5
14. BUF 12.6
15. SEA 12.5
16. NE 12.0
17. WAS 11.6
18. IND 11.1
19. PHI 9.3
20. SF 9.3
21. SD 8.9
22. TEN 8.2
23. OAK 8.0
24. PIT 5.4
25. GB 2.5
26. KC 2.3
27. DAL 2.3
28. CIN 1.0
29. NYG 0.6
On Vacation - HOU, CAR, STL 0.0

CAR fans must be upset I would guess, but maybe not.