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Matts4313


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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JShank wrote:
A little off topic but maybe someone on here knows. . . Under a rookie contract is there a threshold of games not played (i.e. Tapper) that kinda act as a "redshirt" year? Basically, I want to know if a player like Tapper can have an extra year under contract because he didn't play a whole year. Same goes with Jayl9n smith


Yes, but neither one of them are going to count from my understanding. I think you have to not be on the 53 at any point in the season and there are even some exclusions to that. Basically it can happen but it is difficult to trigger and I am not sure what the requirements are.
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