ESPN NFL News ESPN NFL NewsNFL franchise tag tracker: Who's getting paid for 2021; what's next March 6, 2021The Broncos became the first team to lock down their star with the franchise tag. Who's next?Bills give S Hyde two-year contract extension March 6, 2021The Buffalo Bills gave Micah Hyde a two-year contract extension on Friday, locking up the safety through 2023.Broncos' Simmons gets franchise tag again March 6, 2021The Broncos have placed the franchise tag on Justin Simmons for the second straight season, with GM George Paton saying the team is "completely focused on making sure Justin remains a big part of the Denver Broncos for years to come."Kelce holds off retirement, returning to Eagles March 6, 2021Eagles center Jason Kelce has agreed to a reworked deal with the Eagles that contains $9 million in guarantees and can be worth up to $12 million, a source told ESPN.Source: Ex-Seahawks C Britt signs with Texans March 6, 2021Former Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt has signed with the Houston Texans on a one-year deal worth up to $5 million, a source told ESPN.WFT releases QB Smith after comeback season March 6, 2021Quarterback Alex Smith, who helped Washington win the NFC East title while becoming the league's Comeback Player of the Year, has been released by the team.DA declines to charge Broncos LB Miller March 6, 2021No charges will be filed against Von Miller in regard to a criminal investigation by police in Parker, Colorado.NFL hires Chaka as first Black woman official March 6, 2021The NFL has hired Maia Chaka as a game official for the 2021 season, making her the first Black woman to join the league's on-field officiating staff.Bengals cut ex-Steelers, Seahawks guard Finney March 6, 2021B.J. Finney, who struggled to properly train last offseason amid the coronavirus pandemic, was released by the Bengals on Friday.Free-agency breakdown: Comings, goings and ideal fits for all 32 NFL teams March 5, 2021Who is under contract, who could hit the market and who might be a good free-agent fit for each team? ESPN's NFL reporters break it down.