The big news of the day is that today is the day Franchise Tagged players have to sign the multi-year deals they were offered, or they get a one-year deal under the tag.
Here are the standards, according to nfl.com:
Players may sign the tender at any point after officially
Franchise tag updates:
Well, all the fun happened after I put the Open Thread to bed yesterday aboot 2:00PM Best Coast time:
The Cowboys tagged DeMarcus Lawrence - $20 million (2nd time tagged)
The Chiefs tagged Dee Ford - $15 million
The Seahawks tagged Frank Clark - $17
The main story of the day is that February 19 marks the opening of the two-week Franchise Tag window.
As we learned with Le'Veon Bell, a team & player have until July 15 to negotiate a multi-year deal, or the player has to sign a one-year deal under
Today at 4:00ET was the deadline for applying a franchise tag to a current player under negotiations.
Le'Veon Bell (Steelers)
Lamarcus Joyner (Rams)
Jarvis Landry (Dolphins)
Ziggy Ansah (Lions)
DeMarcus Lawrence (Cowboys)
Transition tagged: ($2 million less)
Kyle Fuller (Bears)
meaning he can
This is sure going to hurt morale at The Dak Prescott School Of Maturity, but Doug Martin has been cut by the Bucs.
Considering the average lifespan of a hamster is two years, it appears the muscled-kind can triple that span.
As predicted/feared, Rae Carruth is seeking custody of
It's a big day in sports today, for players, agents and the tax man, as 3:00 ET/12:00 PT is the NHL trade deadline, and 4:00 ET/1:00 PT is the deadline for teams to put franchise tags on players. It's also the day equipment managers hate, because they have to make