With the 2019 season in the history book after the Chiefs' win over the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV, the Giants and the Jets have some of the most salary cap to make their moves before next season.
According to Spotrac, the Giants and Jets are both in the top 10 in terms of NFL teams with the most salary cap space heading into the offseason.
The Jets round out the top 10, while the Giants slide in at No. 6.
In total, the Giants have approximately $61.3 million in salary cap space. There's some distance between those above the G-men, though. Their NFC rivals in the Cowboys sit at the No. 5 spot, but with nearly $74 million in cap space.
The Jets are in the No. 10 spot with close to $55.1 million in cap space. However, in terms of the AFC East, that's the third-most. The Dolphins lead the NFL with $93.1 million in cap space, while the Bills sit at four with $81.1 million.
The Colts ($86.1M) and Bucs ($81.1M) round out the top three spots.