League announces $208.2 million salary cap for 2022 season

On Monday, the NFL officially notified clubs that the salary cap for the 2022 season was set at $208.2 million.

In addition, the league also announced the 202 season team franchise tag contract salary. The franchise tag will allow teams to negotiate long-term contracts with players until 7.15. Here are the contract salaries for each position tag:

Quarterback: $29.703 million

Running back: $9.57 million

Wide receiver: $18.419 million

Tight end: $10.931 million

Offensive line members: $16.662 million

Defensive end: $17.859 million

Defensive tackle: $17.396 million

Linebacker: $18.702 million

Cornerback: $17.287 million

Safety guard: $12.911 million

Kicker, punter: $5.22 million

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Privilege tags must be used by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday. Starting at 3.16pm ET at 4pm ET, each team’s total salary cap must also be at or below cap space.