I can't find an article about it via google, but I was listening to Fox Sports Radio on XM earlier today, and they went through the projected cap space for each team including the added cap dollars for next year. Now they'll obviously change with cuts and restructured contracts. If anyone has a full list, I'd love to see it. In the meantime, here is what I remember: -Dallas was at $21m, which was pretty much the middle of the league. That becomes $31m were Owens to be cut, which would put Dallas in the upper echelon. -Washington had (predictably) the worse cap situation, with $1m available going into next season. In other words, not enough to even sign draft picks even if they had any. -Tennessee was one of the top 5 teams with cap room in the upper $30s. They've done a complete about-face from the cap hell they were in. -San Francisco was the top team with $41m in cap space. Ateast I think it was SF. -Indianapolis had one of the 5 worst cap situations, and that's with both Dwight Freeney and Cato June going into Free Agency. It appears their window might be closing quickly, with no money to build a defense. I thought it was very interesting. That's just what I remember off the top of my head. And in case any one has it, the FSN radio channel on XM is great during football season....they talk football all afternoon.