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New England Patriots Still Have Nearly $10 Million Left In Cap Space

Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have brought a lot of big names into training camp this season, but make no mistake, the team isn't strapped for cash. In fact, the Patriots have nearly $10 million left in salary cap space.

Jason La Canfora of NFL.com wrote on Tuesday morning that the Patriots still have $9,518,934 left to spend in the free agent market. As of Tuesday, the Patriots' payroll is listed as $113,156,066.

The Kansas City Chiefs have the most cap space in the league with $32,984,542 remaining. Somewhat surprisingly, only the St. Louis Rams are over the cap, coming in $822,036 over the cap with a $121,835,786 total payroll.

In the AFC East, the New York Jets have $6,686,806 in cap space remaining ($113,688,194 payroll), the Miami Dolphins have $4,927,565 left ($118,447,435 payroll) and the Buffalo Bills have a whopping $26,260,476 remaining ($96,114,524 payroll).

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