NFL teams had until 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday to apply the franchise or transition tag to one player on their roster headed for free agency.
Browns tight end David Njoku was the first player to receive a franchise tag this offseason, but many more players are in consideration for the designation. Teams and franchise players have until mid-July to work out a multi-year contract extension. If an extension isn't reached by that point, the player and team can only agree to a one-year deal for the current season.
Here is all of the tags used by teams -- and notable ones not used -- ahead of Tuesday's deadline:
- The Cincinnati Bengals used their franchise tag on Jessie Bates. The tag for safeties is $12.911 million.
- The Cleveland Browns used their franchise tag on David Njoku. The tag for tight ends is $10.931 million.
- The Dallas Cowboys used their franchise tag on Dalton Schultz. The tag for tight ends is $10.931 million.
- The Green Bay Packers used their franchise tag on Davante Adams. The tag for Adams is around $20.415 million.
- The Jacksonville Jaguars used their franchise tag on Cam Robinson for a second straight season. The tag for offensive linemen is $16.662 million.
- The Kansas City Chiefs used their franchise tag on Orlando Brown. The tag for offensive linemen is $16.662 million.
- The Miami Dolphins used their franchise tag on Mike Gesicki. The tag for tight ends is $10.931 million.
- The New England Patriots did not use their franchise tag on cornerback J.C. Jackson.
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers used their franchise tag on Chris Godwin. The tag for Godwin is around $19.179 million.
The following are the figures for non-exclusive franchise tags in 2022:
|Position||Franchise tag figure|
|Running back||$9.570 million|
|Wide receiver||$18.419 million|
|Tight end||$10.931 million|
|Offensive linemen||$16.662 million|
|Defensive end||$17.859 million|
|Defensive tackle||$17.396 million|
The following are the figures for transition tags in 2022:
|Position||Transition tag value|
|Running back||$8.034 million|
|Wide receiver||$16.782 million|
|Tight end||$9.392 million|
|Offensive linemen||$15.348 million|
|Defensive end||$16.012 million|
|Defensive tackle||$14.716 million|