NFL salary cap figures, team by team

The Cincinnati Bengals are leading the league. In salary cap space, that is. With 56 players under contract, the Bengals are $20.58 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $120.6 million. Here's a look at the updated salary-cap status for all 32 teams counting their top 51 contracts as of March 31:

1. Cincinnati Bengals: $20.58 million.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars: $20.27 million.

3. Seattle Seahawks: $18.98 million.

4. Cleveland Browns: $18.50 million.

5. Tennessee Titans: $18.46 million.

6. Kansas City Chiefs: $17.04 million.

7. Philadelphia Eagles: $16.25 million.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15.81 million.

9. Minnesota Vikings: $14.57 million.

10. Denver Broncos: $11.13 million.

11. Indianapolis Colts: $10.624 million.

12. Buffalo Bills: $9.71 million.

13. New England Patriots: $9.49 million.

14. New York Jets: $7.69 million.

15. Washington Redskins: $7.18 million.

16. Miami Dolphins: $6.47 million.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers: $5.88 million.

18. San Diego Chargers: $5.62 million.

19. San Francisco 49ers: $5.30 million.

20. Detroit Lions: $4.51 million.

21. St. Louis Rams: $4.31 million.

22. Houston Texans: $3.59 million.

23. Chicago Bears: $3.54 million.

24. New York Giants: $3.43 million.

25. Oakland Raiders: $3.429 million.

26. Green Bay Packers: $3.425 million.

27. Dallas Cowboys: $2.16 million.

28. Baltimore Ravens: $1.75 million.

29. Atlanta Falcons: $1.65 million.

30. Arizona Cardinals: $1.64 million.

31. New Orleans Saints: $1.41 million.

32. Carolina Panthers: $508,978.

For more coverage of the NFL, go to profootball.scout.com.

Follow me on Twitter: @RavensInsider