When the 2016 NFL salary cap is set, the Carolina Panthers will have an extra $3.73 million to play with.
The Panthers rolled over the amount from last season, according to the NFL Players Association. That carryover ranks as the 16th-most in the league. There was an average carryover per club of $6.4 million.
The $3.73 million will be added to the projected $154 million salary cap when it’s set at some point in the next week.
Jacksonville had the highest carryover with $32.78 million while the Seahawks had the smallest at $11,587.
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