Teams have until March 6 at 4 pm ET to use their franchise tags. Barring a long-term contract agreement, the tagees will play 2018 on a 1-year deal that pays them the average salary of the top 5 cap hits at his position.
Here's a running list of who's been tagged and how much they're projected to earn in 2018:
Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry ($15.98 million)
Lions DE Ezekiel Ansah ($17.14 million)
Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence ($17.14 million)
Rams S Lamarcus Joyner ($11.29 million)
Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell ($14.5 million)
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It's always fantasy football drafting season around here. And Jared just wrapped up an FFPC best-ball draft with a friend of ours, so we invited the high-stakes veteran on to talk about what went down.
We're a long way from 2020 NFL kickoff, but fantasy football best-ball drafts have been going for a while. Let's see who's going too early, what to do with the top rookies and where to mine for values.