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Can a player decline a franchise tag? As Bell displayed last year, a player can simply refuse to sign the franchise or transition tag tender. However, that player is not able to play in the NFL unless the tender is signed.
Only one player per team, per season, can receive a franchise tag. In order to tag a player for the year, the team must tender a qualifying one-year contract offer. The "non-exclusive" tag is just that. other teams can negotiate long-term contract offers with the player until July 15.
As Bell displayed last year, a player can simply refuse to sign the franchise or transition tag tender. However, that player is not able to play in the NFL unless the tender is signed.
Exclusive franchise players cannot negotiate with other teams. The player's team has all the negotiating rights to the exclusive player. Consecutive franchise tags are allowed. however, for a player to be tagged two straight years, the team must pay 120 percent of the player's previous salary.
Only one player per team, per season, can receive a franchise tag. In order to tag a player for the year, the team must tender a qualifying one-year contract offer. Based on the amount of the offer, the tag is either "exclusive," "non-exclusive" or a "transition" tag.
The most common explanation for why players hate the franchise tag is the lack of security it offers compared with a long-term deal.
The most common explanation for why players hate the franchise tag is the lack of security it offers compared with a long-term deal.
As Bell displayed last year, a player can simply refuse to sign the franchise or transition tag tender. However, that player is not able to play in the NFL unless the tender is signed.
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