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NFL Salaries 2015 by team – All rosters salary cap and much more.

National Football League is one of the popular League of American Football. Although I am not American but I love to watch and write about NFL that is why I decided to write about NFL salary statics which is quite rare and un-updated  or should I say antique topic. Yes websites like spotrac.com and overthecap.com covering this info but I observed they have no more updated content. Lets have a look on NFL Salaries organized by each team and yes this is totally updated.

Below you’ll see:

  • NFL 2015 salaries
  • NFL 2017 salaries
  • and for your ease and better comparison we also mentioned NFL 2017 Salary Payroll of each team.

Read exact details of each team and their players earning by opening team name which are following: you will find out bonus amount, Cap Space, Active Cap Spending, Team Salary Cap, Total amount spending, dead money, team cash, contracts and much more.

NFL Salaries of all teams (2015)

NFL Team Name Offense Cap 2k15 Defense Cap 2015 Approx Total Cap Cap Space
Arizona Cardinals $76,945,189 $68,949,752 $151,107,750 -$12,496,479
Atlanta Falcons $81,246,009 $29,739,677 $114,778,246 $23,833,025
Baltimore Ravens $56,487,380 $67,842,939 $137,302,772 $1,308,499
Buffalo Bills $38,622,864 $64,898,444 $110,743,324 $27,867,947
Carolina Panthers $64,904,910 $51,957,863 $128,999,078 $9,612,193
Chicago Bears $63,719,633 $42,953,027 $110,914,091 $27,697,180
Cincinnati Bengals $47,902,784 $57,896,207 $109,918,519 $28,692,752
Cleveland Browns $42,312,211 $58,153,816 $104,155,636 $34,455,635
Dallas Cowboys $72,572,798 $54,152,009 $138,246,495 $364,776
Denver Broncos $57,172,219 $49,949,894 $112,312,250 $26,299,021
Detroit Lions $69,286,885 $49,119,483 $123,122,121 $15,489,150
Green Bay Packers $47,685,128 $68,168,359 $122,306,706 $16,304,565
Houston Texans $66,464,917 $58,780,126 $129,445,196 $9,166,075
Indianapolis Colts $39,112,873 $62,669,494 $107,618,583 $30,992,688
Jacksonville Jaguars $47,820,926 $43,171,279 $97,241,084 $41,370,187
Kansas City Chiefs $68,719,665 $59,322,145 $137,708,928 $902,343
Miami Dolphins $57,970,980 $77,507,633 $143,290,579 -$4,679,308
Minnesota Vikings $76,096,449 $50,385,010 $128,068,667 $10,542,604
New England Patriots $55,695,047 $72,522,319 $133,427,634 $5,183,637
New Orleans Saints $84,797,950 $71,060,050 $161,047,747 -$22,436,476
New York Giants $64,063,941 $48,639,501 $121,645,920 $16,965,351
New York Jets $66,756,656 $27,464,414 $99,299,180 $39,312,091
Oakland Raiders $37,292,599 $43,352,018 $86,298,091 $52,313,180
Philadelphia Eagles $69,478,437 $62,628,385 $136,012,251 $2,599,020
Pittsburgh Steelers $64,110,072 $58,384,225 $135,583,489 $3,027,782
San Diego Chargers $54,177,331 $49,357,479 $111,026,010 $27,585,261
San Francisco 49ers $68,495,371 $69,731,370 $151,395,590 -$12,784,319
Seattle Seahawks $40,619,063 $52,751,937 $105,698,559 $32,912,712
St. Louis Rams $65,623,442 $67,206,517 $134,703,301 $3,907,970
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $51,262,160 $46,860,226 $109,500,821 $29,110,450
Tennessee Titans $48,556,287 $57,487,276 $106,637,599 $31,973,672
Washington Redskins $66,475,736 $55,196,548 $124,358,932 $14,252,339

American are crazy about NFL they prefer to enjoy match at stadium. There are few teams who always sell their each ticket to viewers and never have single empty seat.

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NFL Salary Cap of 2017

NFL Team Name Offense Cap 2k16 Defense Cap 2017 Approx Total Cap Cap Space
Arizona Cardinals $54,546,122 $43,039,682 $98,185,753 $26,299,021
Atlanta Falcons $62,023,408 $33,365,463 $98,948,820 $364,776
Baltimore Ravens $61,516,028 $39,384,872 $100,900,849 $34,455,635
Buffalo Bills $29,005,114 $50,992,173 $83,893,486 $902,343
Carolina Panthers $32,204,392 $29,460,658 $65,364,999 $27,585,261
Chicago Bears $52,524,915 $32,975,177 $90,226,368 $9,166,075
Cincinnati Bengals $24,614,613 $29,431,697 $58,016,259 $29,110,450
Cleveland Browns $29,665,308 $55,940,498 $86,440,755 $41,370,187
Dallas Cowboys $55,429,208 $43,298,626 $103,197,783 $27,867,947
Denver Broncos $48,410,110 $43,936,141 $96,346,200 $15,489,150
Detroit Lions $75,064,763 $25,871,122 $101,650,909 $28,692,752
Green Bay Packers $47,208,294 $53,877,048 $102,625,291 $27,697,180
Houston Texans $47,704,902 $33,162,826 $80,867,677 -$22,436,476
Indianapolis Colts $18,197,962 $48,414,741 $69,312,652 $3,027,782
Jacksonville Jaguars $30,265,137 $32,393,760 $62,658,846 $32,912,712
Kansas City Chiefs $56,649,893 $9,619,267 $71,319,775 $2,599,020
Miami Dolphins $39,726,773 $65,148,043 $110,870,905 $23,833,025
Minnesota Vikings $57,810,203 $37,462,492 $95,993,692 $16,304,565
New England Patriots $43,576,242 $38,636,289 $82,212,480 $5,183,637
New Orleans Saints $84,138,443 $50,450,068 $139,928,460 -$12,496,479
New York Giants $36,842,129 $20,110,324 $60,177,402 $3,907,970
New York Jets $58,976,189 $13,366,688 $75,092,826 $52,313,180
Oakland Raiders $22,188,215 $25,931,255 $53,256,919 $31,973,672
Philadelphia Eagles $64,368,079 $35,047,142 $103,183,504 $9,612,193
Pittsburgh Steelers $38,570,301 $41,545,252 $83,085,502 -$4,679,308
San Diego Chargers $13,412,461 $23,765,946 $44,213,356 $14,252,339
San Francisco 49ers $48,684,036 $54,931,467 $106,948,452 $1,308,499
Seattle Seahawks $17,159,955 $43,298,455 $63,983,359 -$12,784,319
St. Louis Rams $39,109,134 $42,380,278 $82,364,361 $10,542,604
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $40,017,514 $42,930,266 $86,797,729 $30,992,688
Tennessee Titans $35,934,807 $42,957,358 $78,892,114 $16,965,351
Washington Redskins $38,418,488 $35,706,871 $75,287,808 $39,312,091

All NFL team salaries of 2014

NFL Team Name Offense Cap 2k14 Defense Cap 2014 Approx Total Cap Cap Space
Arizona Cardinals $36,789,258 $45,917,087 $133,867,696 $3,492,228
Atlanta Falcons $60,296,134 $33,979,646 $133,464,716 $2,290,489
Baltimore Ravens $41,483,568 $38,501,562 $125,742,668 $5,854,528
Buffalo Bills $44,174,281 $62,223,488 $147,942,784 $2,653,227
Carolina Panthers $49,994,973 $34,844,668 $133,914,783 $4,771,422
Chicago Bears $50,471,920 $26,019,524 $132,046,364 $971,862
Cincinnati Bengals $44,149,650 $62,245,800 $131,972,591 $9,702,160
Cleveland Browns $35,088,296 $57,625,285 $136,151,433 $20,777,594
Dallas Cowboys $52,449,852 $34,689,976 $130,451,196 $3,435,003
Denver Broncos $67,359,036 $49,478,469 $135,377,147 $883,822
Detroit Lions $55,380,839 $52,843,377 $131,869,279 $364,544
Green Bay Packers $52,154,430 $61,883,374 $134,337,452 $7,495,028
Houston Texans $55,364,835 $39,034,560 $132,537,082 $1,937,419
Indianapolis Colts $39,297,936 $54,501,369 $123,629,745 $9,734,621
Jacksonville Jaguars $44,414,256 $37,814,814 $124,735,370 $27,051,395
Kansas City Chiefs $52,456,962 $39,253,259 $133,438,776 $1,040,638
Miami Dolphins $56,009,652 $49,911,445 $142,988,952 $7,644,732
Minnesota Vikings $37,325,598 $47,568,289 $129,217,460 $4,329,328
New England Patriots $53,417,723 $41,868,146 $132,329,648 $6,790,674
New Orleans Saints $65,338,530 $29,777,390 $132,268,305 $527,883
New York Giants $44,513,279 $35,007,575 $132,434,482 -$407,265
New York Jets $55,461,529 $32,664,404 $118,797,377 $15,323,134
Oakland Raiders $44,186,420 $27,648,773 $125,006,110 $5,913,064
Philadelphia Eagles $54,070,964 $46,839,724 $134,472,366 $14,838,854
Pittsburgh Steelers $53,543,181 $48,311,217 $123,090,301 $11,169,420
San Diego Chargers $52,532,060 $38,958,877 $134,690,378 $448,734
San Francisco 49ers $53,491,708 $32,753,004 $132,070,758 $3,424,296
Seattle Seahawks $41,328,758 $47,392,834 $129,158,582 $6,719,229
St. Louis Rams $35,602,875 $53,740,407 $131,314,809 $519,991
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $48,176,684 $41,637,860 $137,210,803 $2,137,249
Tennessee Titans $35,814,123 $48,372,215 $128,115,969 $10,801,113
Washington Redskins $58,378,843 $28,776,984 $132,487,734 -$815,195

Conclusion:

We concluded that majority NFL team spent their budget in this way:

  • 2014 = More budget
  • 2015 = Slightly less budget compare to previous year
  • 2017 = Very less cash amount as compared to previous years.

Also we observed many team are spending budget on offensive position and ignoring defensive players. Why? Because they want their best aggressive attack that is why each team sign huge salary contracts with forward players. What do say about this article? do you think NFL salaries of 2015 is reasonable for players or they should pay extra bonuses?