The Baltimore Ravens have $6.316 million of salary-cap space after signing three players (tight end Owen Daniels, defensive tackle Terrence Cody and running back Justin Forsett) on Friday, according to numbers obtained by ESPN Sports & Information.
The Ravens rank near the middle of the NFL in salary-cap room. There are 12 teams who have less space than the Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns have the most cap room in the league at $31 million, and the Pittsburgh Steelers have the least amount at under $1 million. The Cincinnati Bengals have the fourth-most cap space at $24 million.
Here are the Ravens' salary-cap figures for the 60 players under contract ($122.021 million total):
WIDE RECEIVERS (8 players, 6.24 percent of cap): Steve Smith ($2.166M), Jacoby Jones ($1.875M), Torrey Smith ($1.078M), Deonte Thompson ($571K), Aaron Mellette ($507K), Marlon Brown (497K), Kamar Aiken ($495K) and Gerrard Sheppard ($420K)
OFFENSIVE LINE (11 players, 15.03 percent of cap): G Marshal Yanda ($8.45M), Eugene Monroe ($3.2M); C Jeremy Zuttah ($1.7M); G-T Kelechi Osemele ($913K), G-T Jah Reid ($786K), C Gino Gradkowski ($691K), C-G A.Q. Shipley ($570K), OT Rick Wagner ($531K), C Ryan Jensen ($515K), OT David Mims ($495K) and C-G Reggie Stephens ($495K)
DEFENSIVE LINE (7 players, 17.93 percent of ap): Haloti Ngata ($16M), Chris Canty ($3.16M), Brandon Williams ($624K), DeAngelo Tyson ($582K), Terrence Cody ($570K), Kapron Lewis-Moore ($517K) and Cody Larsen ($420K)
LINEBACKERS (9 players, 15.36 percent of cap): Terrell Suggs ($7.8M), Elvis Dumervil ($3.37M), Daryl Smith ($2.475M), Courtney Upshaw ($1.44M), Albert McClellan ($1M), Arthur Brown ($808K), Pernell McPhee ($681K), John Simon ($591K) and Josh Bynes ($570K)