With the 2020 NFL Draft just a couple days away, cap space is important for every team. Field Yates of ESPN released the cap space for all 32 NFL teams.

The Cleveland Browns have the most cap space sitting with over $37.5 million heading into the draft. The Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, and Washington Redskins round out the top ten.

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The Eagles might be regretting having so much cap space heading into next season unless they make some big moves during or after the draft. Heading into the offseason, they said they wanted to make moves to get the offense better for Carson Wentz, but so far they haven't brought in many weapons.

Even after signing Tom Brady, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still sit in the top half of the NFL with over $13,5 million in cap space. They still have enough money to sign a couple more players during free agency.

The Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams, and New England Patriots all have less than $2 million in cap space. Goff carries a $36 million cap hit heading into the season. Earlier this month, Goff did say he was open to restructuring his deal to give the team more cap space. The Rams are also still paying Todd Gurley, even though he is now playing for the Atlanta Falcons.

The Patriots have the least amount of cap space in the NFL, which means they are probably stuck to what they do in the draft unless they make a few more moves to clear cap space.

If the Patriots did end up going after a player like Cam Newton, they would have to get creative to get a deal done.