While there is still plenty of football to be played this season, some NFL teams will already be planning for 2019.
Of particular concern will be the players in the final year of their contract and, as such, what they decide to do with them - sign them, franchise tag them, or release them?
Given the NFL expertise in the Sky Sports studio on Sunday night, we asked those very questions of former NFL coach Rob Ryan and Super Bowl-winning safety with the 1985 Chicago Bears, Shaun Gayle.
Click on the video above to watch as Ryan and Gayle discuss some of the players below, all of whom are in the final year of their deal with their current team, and say whether they should be signed, tagged or let go.
Teddy Bridgewater (New Orleans Saints)
Tyrod Taylor (Cleveland Browns)
Josh McCown (New York Jets)
Jay Ajayi (Philadelphia Eagles)
Mark Ingram (New Orleans Saints)
Tevin Coleman (Atlanta Falcons)
Le'Veon Bell (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Wide receivers & Tight ends
Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals)
Randall Cobb (Green Bay Packers)
Tyler Eifert (Cincinnati Bengals)
Jared Cook (Oakland Raiders)
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