in the league according to overthecap.com. I know it's probably not completely updated and that there is a lot of moves different teams will make but still.
Personally I think that says something since they also have a very high paid QB on offense (not saying he shouldn't be paid that much). The other 2 teams do not have a highly paid QB.
The next closest is the Jets at $76.58M so I doubt they will get bumped out of the top 3. If they do sign a DT they may take the top spot but I doubt it since they would probably jettison J.T. Thomas for more money.
Granted they got a couple guys on offense I think for cheap (i.e. Marshall) but most of the likely opportunities to save money also reside on the offensive side (Pugh, Vereen, etc).
I just wonder how much of that can we attribute to the offenses' decline this last year? I'm hoping for a good offensive draft myself with a TE, OG (OT unlikely IMHO), and RB. I think they have tried to line up their needs with the strength of the draft, a little.