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Morning Roar: A look at the Lions offensive cap numbers for 2015

With the Detroit Lions still sorting through potential options with Ndamukong Suh and 19 players facing unrestricted free agency, Detroit has a good amount of money tied up in offense with its 2015 salary cap.

That'll change as free agency begins, but here's a quick look at the offensive cap numbers so far, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information.

Quarterback: Matthew Stafford -- $17,721,250.

Running back: Reggie Bush -- $5,277,941; Joique Bell -- $3,500,000; Theo Riddick -- $607,750; Emil Igwenagu -- $585,000; George Winn -- $510,000.

Wide receiver: Calvin Johnson -- $20,558,000; Golden Tate -- $5,350,000; Ryan Broyles -- $1,170,432; TJ Jones -- $536,550; Skye Dawson -- $510,000; Corey Fuller -- $510,000; Andrew Peacock -- $435,000.

Tight end: Brandon Pettigrew -- $3,800,000; Eric Ebron -- $2,783,897; Joseph Fauria -- $589,168.

Offensive tackle: Riley Reiff -- $2,543,450; LaAdrian Waddle - $588,334; Cornelius Lucas -- $516,667; Michael Williams -- $437,500.

Interior linemen: Larry Warford -- $849,250; Travis Swanson -- $699,868; Rodney Austin -- $585,000; Taylor Boggs -- $585,000; Darren Keyton -- $435,000; Braxston Cave -- $435,000.

Dead money: Michael Williams -- $32,574; Chad Abram -- $5,000; Jacob Maxwell -- $2,000; D.J. Morrell -- $1,668; Andrew Peacock -- $1,666; A.J. Dalton -- $1,666; James Franklin -- $1,334; Alex Bullard -- $334.

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