March 9 when NFL free agency kicks off, the league's 32 teams will get some serious cash to spend, thanks in big part to your salary cap increase of nearly $12 million.
That is a rise of $11.99 million over the 2015 max.
The limit increase will probably come to teams like Miami, New Orleans, Baltimore and Buffalo, who are now the sole four teams with less than $10 million in cap space available, based on the latest amounts as great news.
On another end of the spectrum, the Jaguars, Bears and Raiders will really have a large quantity of cap space. The Jaguars rolled over nearly $32 million from this past year's limit, which means they are likely to have nearly $75 million to spend during free agency.
That carryover cash from 2015 is added to the 2016 max number, which means all 32 teams are going to have distinct "difficult" amount they're permitted to spend.
When it comes to salary cap itself, at $155.27 million, it's more than doubled since 2003.
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