TTuesday became the deadline for all 32 NFL commands to use, if they so wish, their franchise player tags control one season’s future of one of their players who would otherwise become a free agent when the league year begins next week.
If they choose to use this tag, the contract offered to the player in question is for one year and must be the average of the top five contracts in his position, however the player cannot sign with another team.
However, eight teams have used this variant and this full list.
Losers of Super Bowl LVI Take Advantage of Free Security Jesse Batesin his case, the tag is worth $12.911 million.
Bates moved to the Bengals after being selected 54th overall (second round) in the 2018 draft.
This team didn’t have a good season, especially on offense, but they tagged a tight end. David Njokuwhich should earn $10.931 million next season.
Nyoku was also drafted to Cleveland in 2017 with the 29th overall pick in the first round.
“Team America” hit the tight end Dalton Schultz one of their most improved players this year, and like Njoku, he received $10.931 million for it in 2022.
Schultz came to Dallas in the 2018 draft when he was selected in the fourth round (137 overall).
Green Bay Packers
By offering Aaron Rodgers a huge contract extension, the Packers were able to open up space for a salary cap to keep the wide receiver as well. Dave Adamswhich will stay for one year at Lambeau Field for $20.415 million.
Adams entered Green Bay in the 2014 draft when he was selected in the second round (53rd overall).
The team that will have the first overall pick in the draft for the second year in a row is secured the franchise player tag for the second year in a row by an offensive draft. Cam Robinsonhis profit will be 16.662 million dollars.
Robinson was selected 34th overall (second round) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.
Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs missed out on the Super Bowl for the first time in three seasons, but they will keep their offensive tackle. Orlando Brown for $16.662 million.
Brown is the first on the list not to have been selected by the team that marked him, the Baltimore Ravens took him in the third round (83rd overall) in the 2018 draft, and he moved to the Chiefs in 2021.
The team from South Florida is the third on this list to mark the tight end, this is Mike Gesicki for $10,931 million.
Gesicki was selected in the second round (42nd overall) in the 2018 draft by the Dolphins.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucks may no longer have Tom Brady next season, but they will retain one of their biggest weapons, the wide receiver. Chris Godwin, the recipient will earn $19.179 million in 2022.
Godwin was selected by Tampa Bay in the third round (84 overall) in the 2017 draft.