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NFL sets the Franchise Tag and Transition Tag Numbers for the 2023 Season

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NFL sets the Franchise Tag and Transition Tag Numbers for the 2023 Season

Yesterday, the NFL increased the Salary Cap by 16.6 million dollars to an All-Time high of 224.8 million dollars. This was a huge increase, after the salary cap fluctuated back in 2021 due to COVID. The NFL set the franchise tag and transition tag numbers yesterday as well. Here are the amounts that could be paid out!

Per multiple reports, the franchise tags are as follows:

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  • Quarterback: $32,416,000.
  • Running back: $10,091,000.
  • Receiver: $19,743,000.
  • Tight end: $11,345,000.
  • Offensive line: $18,244,000.
  • Defensive end: $19,727,000.
  • Defensive tackle: $18,937,000.
  • Linebacker: $20,926,000.
  • Cornerback: $18,140,000.
  • Safety: $14,460,000.
  • Kicker/punter: $5,393,000.

The transition tag provides only a right to match, with no compensation. The transition tags are as follows:

  • Quarterback: $29,504,000.
  • Running back: $8,429,000.
  • Receiver: $17,991,000.
  • Tight end: $9,716,000.
  • Offensive line: $16,660,000.
  • Defensive end: $17,452,000.
  • Defensive tackle: $16,068,000.
  • Linebacker: $17,478,000.
  • Cornerback: $15,791,000.
  • Safety: $11,867,000.
  • Kicker/punter: $4,869,000.

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