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2024 NFL salary cap tracker: Where all 32 teams stand with free agency open

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Our 2024 NFL salary cap tracker is now live with the offseason getting going. There are a number of teams who will boasted a ton of cap room heading into NFL free agency and the trade season.

New Commanders front office head Adam Peters has proven to be active during the first wave of free agency. The Up-and-coming Houston Texans have also upgraded at multiple positions

On the other end of the ledger, the Buffalo Bills were in salary cap hell before they moved off several veteran players in cost-cutting moves. Now, the Los Angeles Chargers had to make moves before the new league year opened.

Here, we look at where all 32 teams stand as it relates to the 2024 NFL salary cap with the offseason now here and free agency on full throttle.

Best NFL salary cap situations

Washington Commanders

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  • Washington Commanders NFL salary cap room: $69.48 million
  • Key Washington Commanders signings: Frankie Luvu, Dorance Armstrong, Tyler Biadasz, Austin Ekeler, Bobb Wagner, Marcus Mariota, Jeremy Chinn

First-year Commanders general manager Adam Peters is putting in the work. That includes adding five agents on the first day of the legal tampering period. Among them, Washington brought in center Tyler Biadasz and EDGE guy Dorance Armstrong from the division-rival Dallas Cowboys. Washington also signed Austin Ekeler away from the Los Angeles Chargers and All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner away from the Seattle Seahawks.

Related: Top NFL free agents of 2024

Tennessee Titans

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  • Tennessee Titans NFL salary cap room: $67.0 million
  • Key Tennessee Titans signings: Lloyd Cushenberry, Chidobe Awuzie, Tony Pollard, Calvin Ridley, Kenneth Murray

Landing star wide receiver Calvin Ridley from the division-rival Jacksonville Jaguars will end up being an on-field boon. The question is Ridley’s $23 million average annual salary. Meanwhile, adding former Pro Bowl running back Tony Pollard will also help matters here.

New England Patriots

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  • New England Patriots NFL salary cap room: $57.84 million
  • Key New England Patriots signings: Mike Onwenu (re-signed), Antonio Gibson, Jacoby Brissett

Calling the shots this offseason, Eliot Wolf has decisions to make with with Uche and Dugger. Both are young enough to play a role in the team’s rebuild after moving on from legendary head coach Bill Belichick. Placing the transition tag on Dugger gives New England a path to retain him this offseason.

At least initially, the expectation is that these Patriots went with some under-the-radar signings. That included bringing back star offensive lineman Mike Onwenu and signing dual-threat running back Antonio Gibson.

Related: 2024 NFL free agent tracker

Worst NFL salary cap situations

Los Angeles Chargers

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  • Los Angeles Chargers NFL salary cap room: -$20.59 million

Joe Hortiz and Jim Harbaugh had a tall task. The likes of Khalil Mack, Joey Bosa, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams were set to count a combined $142 million against the cap in 2024. Of those, Williams was released with Mack being restructured. It remains to be seen what’s going to happen with Joey Bosa.

It won’t be enough for New Orleans to be incredibly active in free agency. But it’s a start.

Related: 2024 NFL free agent tracker

2024 NFL salary cap situations for all 32 teams

TeamNFL salary cap room
Washington Commanders$69.48 million
Tennessee Titans$67.0 million
New England Patriots$57.84 million
Chicago Bears$57.19 million
Cincinnati Bengals$45.13 million
Seattle Seahawks$44.79 million
Denver Broncos$42.82 million
Arizona Cardinals $41.50 million
Philadelphia Eagles$40.01 million
Las Vegas Raiders$35.26 million
Indianapolis Colts$32.56 million
Detroit Lions$28.41 million
Green Bay Packers$27.31 million
Houston Texans$20.32 million
Carolina Panthers$20.01 million
Minnesota Vikings $19.99 million
Pittsburgh Steelers$18.28 million
Kansas City Chiefs$16.26 million
New Orleans Saints $13.15 million
New York Jets$12.99 million
Los Angeles Rams$12.18 million
Baltimore Ravens$11.10 million
New York Giants$6.42 million
Atlanta Falcons$5.46 million
Jacksonville Jaguars$3.87 million
Tampa Bay Buccaneers$3.55 million
Dallas Cowboys $3.07 million
Miami Dolphins $1.88 million
Buffalo Bills $1.39 million
Cleveland Browns$1.16 million
San Francisco 49ers-$884,402
Los Angeles Chargers-$6.88 million
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