With the new league year beginning Wednesday and the base NFL salary cap at $155.27 million per team, the NFL Players Association has determined the adjusted cap, based on the amounts carried over by each team and other adjustments, like incentive payments earned in 2015 that will hit the cap in 2016.

The Jaguars have the most to spend, and the Broncos (thanks to the $4 million incentive payment earned a year ago by Peyton Manning) have the least.

Keep in mind that these are the NFLPA’s numbers, which could be different from the NFL’s numbers. NFL Salary Cap

Jaguars: $190,301,710.

Browns: $176,686,294.

49ers: $176,581,934.

Titans: $176,357,826.

Raiders: $168,332,753.

Giants: $167,320,159.

Dolphins: $166,767,319.

Packers: $163,439,289.

Bengals: $162,677,552.

Washington: $161,964,024.

Eagles: $161,570,362.

Buccaneers: $161,138,366.

Colts: $160,609,029.

Patriots: $159,642,451.

Cowboys: $159,261,183.

Cardinals: $158,968,416.

Falcons: $158,801,671.

Chiefs: $157,995,930.

Panthers: $157,993,141.

Steelers: $157,628,978.

Jets: $157,528,734.

Bills: $157,375,731.

Lions: $157,311,216.

Texans: $157,186,080.

Vikings: $156,914,717.

Chargers: $156,774,767.

Bears: $156,588,879.

Rams: $155,665,189.

Saints: $155,562,062.

Ravens: $155,178,755.

Seahawks: $154,522,927.

Broncos: $154,095,041.

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