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December 08, 2006

Panthers low on salary-cap space

When you look ahead to the off-season, the good news is the Panthers don't have many significant potential free agents. The bad news, especially if this season ends without a playoff berth, is they're not going to have a lot of room to make some much-needed changes. Some room will be created by unloading some high-priced underachievers. But, as it stands right now, the Panthers only have $3.4 million available in cap space for 2007. That ranks them 30th in the league. It also comes at a time when the cap will jump to $109 million and leave numerous teams with tons of money. Here's a look at where all the teams currently stand under next year's cap:

Rank/Team/Projected cap room

1/San Francisco/$42.1M

2/Buffalo/$39.7M

3/Arizona/$36.7M

4/Tennessee/$36M

5/Cleveland/$33.3M

6/Minnesota/$32.4M

7 (tie)/Jacksonville/$32M

7/St. Louis/$32M

9/New England/$30.4M

10/Cincinnati/$30.2M

11/New Orleans/$29.9M

12/Green Bay/$29.5M

13/New York Jets/$26.1M

14/San Diego/$24.6M

15/Tampa Bay/$24.2

16/Detroit/$23.8M

17/Chicago/$23.4M

18/Seattle/$22.5M

19/Dallas/$21.5M

20/Miami/$17.8M

21/New York Giants/$15.7M

22/Oakland/$14.1M

23/Houston/$13.3

24/Atlanta/$10M

25/Philadelphia/$12.4M

26/Denver/$7.6M

27/Kansas City/$7M

28/Baltimore/$5.7M

29/Indianapolis/$4.9M

30/Carolina/$3.4M

31/Washington/$951,000

32/Pittsburgh/$150,000

Posted by Observer Sports on December 8, 2006 at 12:13 AM | Permalink

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