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Franchise, transition salaries set

Mar. 1, 2013
 
Joe Flacco. (Gene Puskar/AP)
Joe Flacco. (Gene Puskar/AP)

NFL.com has reported the franchise and transition tag salaries for this year. These are for the non-exclusive tag, which means the team can match any offer its franchise player signs or receive two first-round draft picks as compensation. The exact amount for the exclusive-tag figures won’t be determined until April and are based on the average of the top five salary cap figures at that position for 2013.

Here are this year’s non-exclusive and transition tags:

Quarterback: $14.896 million, $13.068 million

Running back: $8.219 million, $6.97 million

Wide receiver: $10.537 million, $8.867 million

Tight end: $6.066 million, $5.194 million

Offensive lineman: $9.828 million, $8.709 million

Defensive tackle: $8.450 million, $7.039 million

Defensive end: $11.175 million, $9.151 million

Linebacker: $9.619 million, $8.358 million

Cornerback: $10.854 million, $9.095 million

Safety: $6.916 million, $6.002 million

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