Now that the regular season has started, the accounting changes for NFL teams.
During the offseason, the salary-cap space is calculated by just counting the top 51 salary-cap figures.
During the regular season, the 53-man roster, reserve lists and practice squad are how the league counts the salary cap.
So, the Ravens are now $1.477 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $120.6 million after cutting offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie's salary to $2.2 million from $3.3 million for a new cap figure of $3.202 million down from $4.2 million. The Ravens carried over $5.831 million in cap room from last year.
The top 10 salary cap figures on the roster are outside...