Steve Ross

Dolphins owner Steve Ross has shown a willingness to spend on his roster, and the Dolphins presently have $35 million in cap space this offseason. (Jim Rassol, Sun Sentinel / December 29, 2013)

It is impossible to go shopping without money in the bank account in the NFL.

This offseason plenty of teams have it because of the $10 million salary cap increase, which raised the salary cap to $133 million.

When you factor in carry over from past years there are seven teams with more than $30 million this offseason, and only four franchises (New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers and the Carolina Panthers) find themselves in cap hell, hemorrhaging to the point veterans still need to be cut just to sign the 2014 draft class.

Here is a look at the 2014 team-by team cap room heading into Tuesday's start of free agent.

Big Budgets Ballers (these teams can do whatever they want financially)

Oakland Raiders - $64,302,920

Jacksonville Jaguars - $59,338,623 (before the Red Bryant deal)

Cleveland Browns - $49,918,501

Indianapolis Colts - $41,014,750

Miami Dolphins - $40,681,273 (before the signing of Louis Delmas)

Minnesota Vikings - $33,163,489 (before Everson Griffin's 5-year, $42.5M deal)

Green Bay Packers - $33,122,928 (before the Sam Shield deal)

New York Jets - $28,828,558 (after Antonio Cromartie's release)

Cincinnati Bengals - $27,554,957

Buffalo Bills - $25,634,541

Baltimore Ravens - $24,929,100

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $24,100,000

Philadelphia Eagles - $24,010,804


Ballers on a Budget (the money isn't tight, but they need to be smart)