The Cleveland Browns have $13.3 million in cap space according to numbers from ProFootballTalk. The $13.3 million puts the Browns in seventh in terms of most cap space remaining among all teams around the league. The Jacksonville Jaguars lead the way with $28.7 million in space remaining.
The cap space should allow the Browns to claim any players released by other teams if they should feel the desire to do so. The numbers will change once the regular season is officially underway, but this list gives an accurate idea of where teams sit right now.
The Bengals division and in-state rivals the Cincinnati Bengals top the Browns with $15.2 million remaining. The Ravens and Steelers have considerably less cap space, with $5.3 and $4.4 million respectively.