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NFL salary cap room for each team

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne looks to hand

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne looks to hand off the ball as he is pressured by the Jets defense during the first half. (Dec. 9, 2012) (Credit: AP)

The NFL salary cap for the 2013 season has been set at $123,000,000 per team. Here's a look at how much cap room each team has as of Thursday morning, according to the NFL Players Association:

Arizona Cardinals:  $11,547,786

Atlanta Falcons: $2,432,601

Baltimore Ravens: $5,356,586

Buffalo Bills:  $16,347,532

Carolina Panthers: $6,187,488

Chicago Bears:  $3,946,995

Cincinnati Bengals: $25,965,197

Cleveland Browns: $27,269,816

Dallas Cowboys: $4,469,505

Denver Broncos: $8,327,523

Detroit Lions: $6,767,911

Green Bay Packers: $17,799,553

Houston Texans: $3,813,260

Indianapolis Colts: $11,427,345

Jacksonville Jaguars: $28,387,582

Kansas City Chiefs: $4,153,573

Miami Dolphins: $8,263,667

Minnesota Vikings: $4,412,590

New England Patriots: $10,299,937

New Orleans Saints: $2,055,979

New York Giants: $4,076,958

New York Jets: $12,566,471

Oakland Raiders: $1,673,149

Philadelphia Eagles: $25,747,026

Pittsburgh Steelers: $2,069,760

San Diego Chargers: $6,128,130

San Francisco 49ers: $4,029,822

Seattle Seahawks: $9,105,008

St. Louis Rams: $506,053

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $26,384,270

Tennessee Titans: $6,470,792

Washington Redskins: $669,949

The highest and lowest teams are highlighted above. The league-wide average is $9,645,619.19

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