NFLPA: Packers Rolling Over $7M of Unused Cap Space

While that is above the league average, only 10 teams have a larger carryover than the Packers.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Green Bay Packers took almost $7 million of unused salary-cap space in 2015 and rolled it over into their 2016 salary cap, the NFLPA announced on Thursday.

The Packers' total of $6,953,847 is slightly more than the league-wide average of $6.4 million, the players union said. The salary cap for 2016 has not been set but has been projected to be around $155 million. If that's the case, the Packers' 2016 cap would rise to almost $162 million.

The smallest carryover amount is $11,587 by the Seattle Seahawks, and the largest is $32,774,928 by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ten teams have a larger rollover than Green Bay. The Packers' rollover is more than the rest of the NFC North combined, with Detroit rolling over $862,191, Chicago $867,589 and Minnesota $2,090,409.


Carry Over Amount

Arizona Cardinals


Atlanta Falcons


Baltimore Ravens


Buffalo Bills


Carolina Panthers


Chicago Bears


Cincinnati Bengals


Cleveland Browns


Dallas Cowboys


Denver Broncos


Detroit Lions


Green Bay Packers


Houston Texans


Indianapolis Colts


Jacksonville Jaguars


Kansas City Chiefs


Los Angeles Rams


Miami Dolphins


Minnesota Vikings


New England Patriots


New Orleans Saints


New York Giants


New York Jets


Oakland Raiders


Philadelphia Eagles


Pittsburgh Steelers


San Diego Chargers


San Francisco 49ers


Seattle Seahawks


Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Tennessee Titans


Washington Redskins


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