The NFL's franchise tag numbers have been set

The salary cap is set at $155.27 million for 2016 and the franchise and transition tag numbers have been set accordingly.

The NFL Players Association confirmed on Monday that the 2016 salary cap is set at $155.27 million, a number that continues to climbeach year.

That number being set also allows the final numbers for franchise and transition tags to be set, with the deadline set for Tuesday.

FRANCHISE TAG NUMBERS

Cornerback $13,952,000
Defensive End $15,701,000
Defensive Tackle $13,615,000
Linebacker $14,129,000
Offensive Lineman $13,706,000
Punter/Kicker $4,572,000
Quarterback $19,953,000
Running Back $11,789,000
Safety $10,806,000
Tight End $9,118,000
Wide Receiver $14,599,000

TRANSITION TAG NUMBERS

Cornerback $11,913,000
Defensive End $12,734,000
Defensive Tackle $10,875,000
Linebacker $11,925,000
Offensive Lineman $11,902,000
Punter/Kicker $4,123,000
Quarterback $17,696,000
Running Back $9,647,000
Safety $9,116,000
Tight End $7,713,000
Wide Receiver $12,268,000

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