Heading into the 2013 NFL league year (i.e. a little bit more than a year ago), the Buffalo Bills carried $9.82 million over from their 2012 salary cap into the offseason. They will nearly double that figure in cap carryover this spring, but that doesn't necessary mean the team has a ton of money to spend.

ESPN's Kevin Seifert reports that the Bills are projected to carry roughly $17.8 million from their 2013 cap into the 2014 league year when it begins on March 11. That's the fourth-highest carryover in the NFL, but ESPN's Mike Rodak was quick to point out that because the Bills have already committed $125.1 million to next year's cap (expected to be between $126-128 million), which is the thirteenth-most in the NFL at present, their cap space will hover right around the midpoint of the league.