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Vikings near the middle in terms of salary cap space.


Below is a list of the current NFL salary cap numbers per team.

The Cleveland Browns lead with a whopping $31,739,610.00

While the St. Louis Rams sit dead last with a paltry $314,088.00

 The Vikings are right smack in the middle (#17 of 32)and  have 7.01 million left to work with. That should allow for the remaining Rookie contracts and some additional money to fill out the roster when teams start making cuts. Any ideas ? Drop us a note in the comments section.

 2013 NFL Cap Space per team

NFC East

Cowboys:  $8.12 million

Eagles:  $22.46 million

Giants:  $3.30 million

Redskins:  $1.41 million

NFC North

Bears:  $1.63 million

Lions:  $1.89 million

Packers:  $16.32 million

Vikings:  $7.01 million

NFC South

Buccaneers:  $18.27 million

Falcons:  $6.29 million

Panthers:  $9.71 million

Saints:  $5.17 million

NFC West

49ers:  $6.42 million

Cardinals:  $10.64 million

Rams:  $314,088

Seahawks:  $3.71 million


AFC East

 Bills:  $18.66 million

Dolphins:  $17.63 million

Jets:  $9.96 million

Patriots:  $9.21 million

AFC North

Bengals:  $19.96 million

Browns:  $31.73 million

Ravens:  $6.04 million

Steelers:  $4.40 million

AFC South

Colts:  $6.93 million

Jaguars:  $23.03 million

Texans:  $2.80 million

Titans:  $9.24 million

AFC West

Broncos:  $10.69 million

Chargers: $3.12 million

Chiefs:  $3.56 million

Raiders:  $7.62 million

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3 Responses to “Vikings near the middle in terms of salary cap space.”

  1. purplereign57 says:

    I don’t like the idea that Green Bay has more than twice as much cap space as the Vikings do, but that’s just the way it goes. We can only hope that the Peckers spend it on some major busts. Looks like the Vikings will have to use most of theirs to sign their draft picks, and one can only hope that they pan out and live up to the hype that surrounded them before and during the draft. This has to be a breakout year for Ponder, no question about it. Let’s just hope he’s learned a lot, matured a lot, and can establish a rapport and chemistry with his new weapons. One more thing. D has to play PROFESSIONAL football as a cohesive unit. Our secondary has to be in the right place at the right time, go after and take away the football as often as they can. Everybody already knows that the backers need to provide help in coverage, help stop the run game, and know when to blitz. Most importantly, IMHO, we NEED a ferocious pass rush. GET TO THE QB. Rattle him, sack him, make him run, but be able to run him down laterally. We play Rodgers, Cutler, and Stafford for a total of six times a year. No matter what anybody else says, those three are all DANGEROUS to play against. The Vikings’ schedule is brutal this time around. We gotta step it up and rise to the challenge, or we’re going to be toast, and watching the playoffs from our living rooms.

    • cboynton says:

      Purple, The Packers don’t usually spend a lot on free agents primarily because they are the only NFL team that is owned by the people of G.B. They tend to be a bit conservative in that manner. As far as the Vikings pass rush, they are in good hands with Jared Allen providing the push at one end and Brian Robison and Everson Griffin manning the other side. The addition of Desmond Bishop if fully recovered should help the pass rush as well.

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