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Lions have $2.5 million in cap space, according to NFLPA

The Detroit Lions have $2.5 million in remaining cap space according to the NFLPA.

Leon Halip

The Detroit Lions have $2.5 million in remaining cap space as of Thursday, Nov. 1 according to the NFLPA. The $2.5 million places them 25th among all NFL teams in terms of remaining cap space.

The Jacksonville Jaguars, the Week 9 opponent for the Lions, are tied for having the most cap space of any team with $20.1 million (the Philadelphia Eagles have the same cap space). The San Francisco 49ers have the least cap space of any NFL team with only $579k.

Looking at the rest of the NFC North, the Minnesota Vikings have $8.4 million in cap space, the Green Bay Packers have $7.5 million, and the Chicago Bears have $4.2 million.

The Lions are currently 3-4 and in last place in the NFC North. The Bears lead the division at 6-1, while both the Vikings and the Packers are 5-3. Detroit heads to Jacksonville for a game against the Jaguars at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.