|2006 Franchise/Transition Salaries
A player that has the franchise tag placed on him receives the average of the top five salaries at his position. A player that has the transition tag placed on him receives the average of the top 10 salaries at his position. Below are those salaries for 2006.
|Quarterback||$8.8 million||$8.327 million|
|Running Back||$6.085 million||$5.153 million|
|Wide Receiver||$6.172 million||$5.160 million|
|Tight End||$3.327 million||$2.718 million|
|Offensive Line||$6.99 million||$6.391 million|
|Kickers/Punters||$2.468 million||$2.045 million|
|Defensive End||$8.332 million||$7.075 million|
|Defensive Tackle||$5.656 million||$4.463 million|
|Linebacker||$7.169 million||$6.144 million|
|Cornerback||$5.9 million||$4.744 million|
|Safety||$4.1 million||$3.592 million|
Franchise and Transition Salaries
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