NFL salary cap jumps $10M to $143M

The Tennessee Titans play the Jacksonville Jaguars in December 2014.
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The Tennessee Titans play the Jacksonville Jaguars in December 2014.

The National Football League salary cap climbed by $10 million for 2015 and now sits at $143.28 million.

The league confirmed the new salary cap Monday afternoon, marking yet another $10 million increase for the constraint. 2014's cap sat at $133 million, and 2013 topped out at $123 million

Under the league's collective bargaining agreement, each team can carry over unused cap space from the prior season. The league provided the below table to reflect every club's 2015 cap given carryover and other adjustments.

—CNBC's Jess Golden contributed to this report.