The deadline has now passed for teams to give either the franchise or Transition Tag to one of their players. Each team is only allowed to use them once per offseason.

Players who received the non-exclusive Franchise Tag can negotiate with other teams while the team who tagged them have the right to match any offer. If the player moves on, his new team must give up two first round picks to his old team.

The only player to receive the exclusive franchise tag was Le'Veon Bell. That means the only team he is allowed to negotiate with is Pittsburgh.

Kyle Fuller received the transition tag. He can negotiate with any team, but Chicago can match any offer. If they were to decide not to match, they would not receive any compensation.

Here are all the players this year who received the tags. They have until July 16 to try to work out a long-term deal with their respective franchises.

Franchise tag

  • Ezekiel Ansah (DE) - Detroit Lions

Ansah was given the franchise tag by the Lions which will pay him $17.143 million if he plays on it next season. He finished 2017 tied for eighth in the NFL with 12 sacks while also recording 44 tackles in 14 games. He had 14.5 sacks in 2015 and has 44 over five seasons. The exceptional pass rusher turns 29 on May 29.

Bell’s franchise tag will pay him $14.544 million in 2018 if he plays on it (has repeatedly said he wants a long-term deal). He was named a First Team All-Pro for the second time in his career in 2017 as he rushed for 1,291 yards and nine touchdowns while also catching 85 passes for 655 yards and two touchdowns.

He has averaged nearly 129 yards per scrimmage in his 62 career games.

  • Lamarcus Joyner (S) - Los Angeles Rams

As a safety, Joyner will make $11.29 million if he plays on the franchise tag next season. Joyner played and started 12 games last season recording 49 tackles and three interceptions (returned one for a touchdown). It was his first year as a full-time starter after starting just 14 of his 40 outings over his first three seasons.

  • Jarvis Landry (WR) - Miami Dolphins

The franchise tag pays out $15.982 million to the wide receiver position. While Landry signed it, the team is still looking to possibly trade him. The 25-year-old led the league with 112 catches last year and finished with 987 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns. His 400 career receptions are the most in NFL history by a player in his first four seasons.

  • DeMarcus Lawrence (DE) - Dallas Cowboys

Lawrence signed his franchise tag on Monday. Like Ansah, if he plays on it he will receive $17.143 million. He played all 16 games last year and had 58 tackles and 14.5 sacks (tied for second in the NFL). He sacked the quarterback eight times in 2015 but was suspended the first four games of 2016 for violating the wellness policy.

Transition tag

  • Kyle Fuller (CB) - Chicago Bears

Fuller was the only player to receive the transition tag which is set at $12.97 million for cornerbacks. After missing the entire 2016 season due to injury, he started all 16 games last year finishing with 69 tackles, two interceptions, and 22 pass defenses. He has eight career interceptions in the three seasons he has played.