Bengals cap space update after season ends

The Cincinnati Bengals enter a critical offseason with plenty of cap space to work on the roster.

After landing at 9-8 in one of the toughest divisions ever and making a first wave of offseason moves, the Bengals have roughly $60 million in free cap space entering the offseason, per the numbers at Spotrac.

That’s good for the sixth-highest mark in the NFL right now, with the top spot sitting on $85 million (Washington).

Of course, the catch when looking at this number is that the Bengals have a massive list of free agents, including names like Tee Higgins, DJ Reader, Jonah Williams and Tyler Boyd, to name a few.

On top of that, the Bengals will need to pay up on another draft class, and outside free agents and potential extensions for now-eligible guys like Ja’Marr Chase.

For now, though, the Bengals appear to have plenty of flexibility before making any other moves that might free up even more cap space.

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire