Based on the information below, the franchise tag for Bakh is likely to be about 18 million this coming year. The following year (120% of the previous year) would be just under 22 million. The third year (144% of the previous year) is when it would become prohibitive at about 32 million.
If the Packers wanted to play hardball, you'd get him for the next 2 years at 40 million. That's less per year than what he's asking for.
From NFL.com and bleacherreport.com and sportrac.com
Non-exclusive franchise tag: This is the most commonly used tag. When commentators colloquially refer to the "franchise tag" they are generally talking about the non-exclusive version. This is a one-year tender offer for an amount no less than the average of the top five salaries at the player's position over the last five years, or 120 percent of his previous salary, whichever is greater. The player can negotiate with other teams. The player's current team has the right to match any offer, or receive two first-round draft picks as compensation if he signs with another organization.
Teams can continuously franchise players, but it'll cost them to do that. As had been the case previously, a player tagged a second straight year would have his number set at 120 percent of the previous figure. A third straight year? That's where things change, and the percentage goes up to 144.