$303,001,261: Total amount of cap room as of 4/16 in the NFL
$341,151,261: Adjusted amount of cap room with June 1st adjustment
$144,949,415: Collective cap room of the five teams with the most individual team cap room
$180,543,584: Total cap hit of 2013 draft picks plus UDFA bonuses
$160,607,677: Remaining cap room after rookie signings post-6/1
$201,072,624: Total 2012 cap room carried over into 2013
$26,783,750: Total dead money already accounted for 2014
Rookies will consume more than 50% of the available cap room left. Less carryover money looks to be available for next year than was carried over into 2013. More than 40% of the remaining cap room his held by only 16% of the teams.
309: Number of unsigned free agents (93,506 total snaps in 2012)
36: Number of unsigned free agents who logged over 750 snaps in 2012 (12% of total - 35,635 snaps or 38% of total)
25: Number of those +750 snap players who have 8 or more years NFL experience (24875 / 8% / 27%)
The experienced, high snap-count guys represent only 8% of the total unsigned players but 27% of the total snaps. With the dwindling cap space these players are already feeling the squeeze.