The NFL released its final salary cap report for the 2014 season on Monday, and here are a few highlights from the league’s most valuable players.
The Seahawks have a cap hit of $3.8 million, up from $2.9 million last season.
The Cowboys are projected to be under the cap next year, but have a projected cap hit for 2015 of $7.1 million.
The Patriots have a $2 million cap hit next year.
The Titans have a projection of $5.3 million next year (down from $5 million last year).
The Giants have a potential $4.1m cap hit in 2014.
The Panthers have a possible cap hit worth $1.9m next year in 2014, up $1 million from last year.
The Jets have a very reasonable cap hit, with a projected $3 million cap charge in 2014 ($2.4 million of which is guaranteed).
The Eagles have a huge cap charge for 2015 ($7.9M).
The Bears have a big cap charge ($5.4M) in 2014 (down $2M from last season).
The Cardinals have a massive cap charge of $15.3m for 2015 (up from $12.1M last year) and have a ceiling of $30.6m (down).
The Lions have a large cap charge, with projected $20.9million for 2015.
The Raiders have a substantial cap charge (up $8.9 Million from last years cap).
The Redskins have a significant cap charge next year ($15.7 million).
The Chargers have a potentially huge cap hit ($23.8m).
The Ravens have a likely massive cap hit (up to $26.4m) in the 2014 NFL season.
The Dolphins have a sizable cap charge to offset the loss of offensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
The Colts have a sizeable cap charge this year.
The Chiefs have a relatively low cap hit.
The Saints have a contract figure of $2,735,000 (up only $5,200 from last seasons salary cap).
The Browns have a major cap hit to offset a significant decline in their cap number.
The Steelers have a fairly large cap hit coming into the offseason.
The Packers have a pretty large cap cost next year and a potential big cap hit heading into the season.
The Rams have a significantly higher cap hit than the Chiefs and Raiders.
The Falcons have a high cap hit and a cap charge that could reach $12 million.
The Vikings have a highly significant cap hit as the team looks to replace Matt Cassel.
The Bills have a salary cap hit this year of $18.7m (up nearly $5M from a projected 2015 cap charge).
The Bengals have a strong cap charge.
The Broncos have a reported $16.8M cap charge over the next two years.
The Jaguars have a more realistic cap charge coming into this season.
The Buccaneers have a slightly lower cap charge than the Patriots and Eagles.
The Texans have a considerably higher cap charge entering the offseason and a big impact heading into next season.
The 49ers have a larger cap charge on the books.
The Bucs have a reasonably high cap charge at the position in 2014 compared to last season (over $16M).
The Jags have a rather large cap number and a sizable projected cap charge heading into 2014.
The NFL’s salary cap for the 2015 season is projected at $36.7M.
The Philadelphia Eagles have the highest projected cap number of any team in the league.
The New York Jets have the largest projected cap figure at $29.5M.
The Indianapolis Colts have the lowest projected cap total in the entire league (up by $3M from the previous season).
The Denver Broncos have the most projected cap charges next year with $3,856,000.
The Kansas City Chiefs have the least projected cap hits at $2 in 2014 and $4 in 2015.
The Cleveland Browns have the fewest projected cap costs in the AFC and AFC South next season with $2 (down by $1,600 from last.)
The Carolina Panthers have the smallest projected cap in the conference (down roughly $500,000 from last) 43.
The Oakland Raiders have the next-highest projected cap next season at $6,700,000, followed by the Buffalo Bills at $5 billion.
The Washington Redskins have the second-highest projection for cap next seasons ($10.9), followed by Oakland Raiders at $9.1 billion.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have the third-highest (and