Say this for the Browns: They didn't win any games in 2017, but they accomplished the feat on a budget. In fact, the Browns will carry over an NFL-high $58.9 million in unused cap space from 2017 to '18, according to the NFLPA, which released its annual salary cap report Monday. At the opposite end of the spectrum, the Dolphins (6-10 in 2017) will carry over only $69,161 into 2018. The 2018 salary cap, to be finalized in negotiations between the league and the union before the start of the new league year on March 14, is projected to be near $179 million, meaning the Browns would have $238 million to work with in 2018.
NFLPA report: 0-16 Browns led NFL in unused cap money
Sporting News | Feb 27