2022 NFL Salary Cap Officially Set at $208.2 Million

The NFL has officially set the salary cap at $208.2 million for the 2022 league year. This is the number we have been using in our estimates since last season so nothing really changes in regards to the estimated cap space.

Per a league source these are the adjusted salary caps for each team in the league this year. These numbers include carryover and any other adjustments from the 2021 league year which are applied to the 2022 salary cap. The Jaguars will have the highest figure in the NFL while the eight teams will actually have an adjusted cap under the $208.2 million baseline salary cap.

TeamAdjusted Cap
Jaguars$234,071,516
Eagles$224,408,193
Cowboys$220,338,861
Broncos$219,624,921
Lions$217,680,572
Browns$217,635,673
Seahawks$217,243,695
Chargers$215,828,112
Packers$215,409,723
Steelers$215,188,986
Football Team$213,989,714
Texans$213,979,842
Colts$212,897,726
Dolphins$212,550,192
49ers$212,524,561
Panthers$212,383,295
Bengals$212,247,730
Jets$210,988,172
Titans$210,883,921
Patriots$210,170,222
Bears$209,912,579
Vikings$209,833,701
Bills$208,638,305
Chiefs$208,630,492
Falcons$208,139,061
Cardinals$207,462,891
Raiders$207,015,822
Giants$206,564,386
Saints$205,955,028
Buccaneers$205,824,943
Ravens$204,984,497
Rams$201,088,125

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