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Ranking all 32 teams (including the Saints) by open salary cap space for 2024

It’s no secret that the New Orleans Saints have some work to do in navigating the salary cap. For them, it’s not enough to reach cap compliance and get out of the red — they’ll need to open up even more free cap space in order to sign players in free agency and improve their roster. Sticking with the same depth chart that failed to reach the playoffs with the easiest schedule in the league is untenable for 2024.

But it’s an uphill battle. Here’s where every NFL team ranks in salary cap space as we enter the offseason:

Washington Commanders

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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

$73,649,626

Tennessee Titans

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Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

$68,120,341

New England Patriots

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

$66,102,006

Cincinnati Bengals

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Kareem Elgazzar-USA TODAY Sports

$59,436,373

Indianapolis Colts

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Grant Halverson/Getty Images

$58,923,573

Detroit Lions

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Chris Graythen/Getty Images

$58,618,386

Houston Texans

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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

$57,751,790

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

$47,156,102

Chicago Bears

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Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

$46,876,157

Arizona Cardinals

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Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

$42,183,130

Las Vegas Raiders

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Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

$36,048,311

Carolina Panthers

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Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

$28,599,402

Kansas City Chiefs

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David Eulitt/Getty Images

$28,455,296

Los Angeles Rams

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Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images

$27,699,574

Atlanta Falcons

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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

$25,849,508

Minnesota Vikings

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Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

$24,918,132

New York Giants

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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

$22,037,691

Philadelphia Eagles

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Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

$20,284,984

Baltimore Ravens

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Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

$13,658,828

Jacksonville Jaguars

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Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images

$11,574,167

New York Jets

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Tom Horak-USA TODAY Sports

$4,972,122

Green Bay Packers

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Wm. Glasheen USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin

-$2,857,641

San Francisco 49ers

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

-$2,925,835

Seattle Seahawks

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Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

-$4,435,353

Pittsburgh Steelers

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Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

-$15,661,486

Cleveland Browns

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Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

-$19,502,046

Dallas Cowboys

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Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

-$19,740,700

Denver Broncos

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Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

-$23,670,508

Los Angeles Chargers

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Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

-$48,806,935

Buffalo Bills

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Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

-$50,603,109

Miami Dolphins

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ANDRES LEIVA/PALM BEACH POST / USA TODAY NETWORK

-$51,898,226

New Orleans Saints

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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

-$83,683,454

Story originally appeared on Saints Wire