By Matt Lombardo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
The Eagles won their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history, and the NFL offseason is about to kick into high gear.
Later this month, the NFL Scouting Combine kicks off on Feb. 27 in Indianapolis, Free agency opens on March 14, and the NFL Draft beginning on April 26 will be here before you know it.
The NFL salary cap is projected to land around $178 million, according to Over The Cap. While the Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers are the only two teams in the league to be over the salary cap, the league average is currently $34,505,867.
Here’s a look at how much cap space all 32 NFL teams currently have at their disposal as the NFL offseason begins:
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32. Pittsburgh Steelers: $5,323,952 OVER the cap
31. Eagles: $4,871,356 OVER the cap
Matt Lombardo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com