With the calendar turning to June on Monday, teams that cut players with post-June 1 designations earlier this offseason now have some more cap space.

The New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams and Chicago Bears are at the top of the list of those that now have more space.

The Jets now have $11 million more in cap space. They released Trumaine Johnson earlier in the offseason.

The Falcons will see $10.75 million in new cap space as a result of cutting Desmond Trufant.

The Rams and Bears now have an additional $5.5 million and $2.8 million in new space, respectively.