According to the latest figures, they still have $17.255 million in available space.
That ranks as the eighth-most unused cap space in the NFL.
Here are the top-10 teams in terms of available cap room, according to ESPN Stats & Information salary data:
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: $32.449 million
2. Cleveland Browns: $30.961 million
3. Tennessee Titans: $29.258 million
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $28.218 million
5. Oakland Raiders: $23.266 million
6. Cincinnati Bengals: $20.405 million
7. Atlanta Falcons: $17.824 million
8. Green Bay Packers: $17.255 million
9. San Diego Chargers: $16.438 million
10. Minnesota Vikings: $15.963 million
One note on the one-year deal Raji signed last week: It also includs a roster bonus of up to $1 million in the form of weekly bonuses of $62,500 per game active, which for cap purposes makes the deal worth $2.75 million. It also contains another $1.25 million in incentives that include playing time, playoff and Pro Bowl bonuses. For cap purposes, those are considered not likely to be earned incentives and therefore won't immediately be charged against the Packers' cap.
The Packers don't have a lot of other moves to make that would eat up a significant amount of cap space. If they bring back cornerback Jarrett Bush or fullback John Kuhn, they will be at low-price deals. Last season, Kuhn returned on a one-year, $1.03 million contract.
They also will need around $5 million to sign their rookies (draft picks and free agents).