NFL Rumor Central: Who will play on the franchise tender in 2016?

Rams in no rush to get deal done with Trumaine Johnson (1:25)

Dan Graziano and Bill Polian explain that the Los Angeles Rams have no issue with letting CB Trumaine Johnson play out the season on the franchise tag and waiting on offering him a larger contract. (1:25)

Rumor Central

With the deadline looming large over players currently under the franchise tag, it appears as though several teams and tagged players won't be finding common ground before 4 p.m. on Friday.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, several big-time players are expected to hit the deadline without coming to long-term extensions with their respective teams.

As ESPN's Dan Graziano wrote last month, "Players who don't have long-term deals by that deadline must play the whole 2016 season on the franchise tender and can't talk about a long-term contract again until 2017."

If each of these players doesn't agree to a long-term deal, this is what they will make during the 2016 season: