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NFL Players Contract Years Remaining (1 Viewer)

Sol D

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I tried using the seach function but could only find links to sites showing players past and current salaries.

Could someone please provide me a site that tells how many more years a player has remaining on his current contract. Even defense and offensive line guys.

Thanks in advance!

 
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Sol D

Footballguy
try using a + in search when using two words like offensive+line

http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...howtopic=225254

and right on the front page is a free agent thread
Thanks.... I appreciate your response. I did use + in my search... "players+contract+years+remaining" And I did see the thread you are talking about. But the nflpa.org and the other site with an ip address/salaries mentioned in that thread both only show what a guy has made up through 2005. I want to know how much longer into the future a guy is under contract.

I am looking to sign some offensive linemen that are RFA in my league... but want to know how much longer they will be with their team without trade or cut. Having a Chiefs OL is great but if his contract is up in 2006 and gets signed by the Texans... that might not be so good.

 
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Sack-Religious

Footballguy
try using a + in search when using two words like offensive+line

http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...howtopic=225254

and right on the front page is a free agent thread
Thanks.... I appreciate your response. I did use + in my search... "players+contract+years+remaining" And I did see the thread you are talking about. But the nflpa.org and the other site with an ip address/salaries mentioned in that thread both only show what a guy has made up through 2005. I want to know how much longer into the future a guy is under contract.

I am looking to sign some offensive linemen that are RFA in my league... but want to know how much longer they will be with their team without trade or cut. Having a Chiefs OL is great but if his contract is up in 2006 and gets signed by the Texans... that might not be so good.
I will add the functionality shortly
 

Sol D

Footballguy
try using a + in search when using two words like offensive+line

http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...howtopic=225254

and right on the front page is a free agent thread
Thanks.... I appreciate your response. I did use + in my search... "players+contract+years+remaining" And I did see the thread you are talking about. But the nflpa.org and the other site with an ip address/salaries mentioned in that thread both only show what a guy has made up through 2005. I want to know how much longer into the future a guy is under contract.

I am looking to sign some offensive linemen that are RFA in my league... but want to know how much longer they will be with their team without trade or cut. Having a Chiefs OL is great but if his contract is up in 2006 and gets signed by the Texans... that might not be so good.
I will add the functionality shortly
Awesome! Much appreciated.
 

AB in DC

Footballguy
But the nflpa.org and the other site with an ip address/salaries mentioned in that thread both only show what a guy has made up through 2005.
Last time I did an "Active Player Search" on nflpa, it showed the years remaining on the contract.... :confused:
 

Sol D

Footballguy
But the nflpa.org and the other site with an ip address/salaries mentioned in that thread both only show what a guy has made up through 2005. 
Last time I did an "Active Player Search" on nflpa, it showed the years remaining on the contract.... :confused:
My bad. You are correct. I guess the 3 or 4 players I looked at i.e. Jeff Backus had contracts expiring after the 2005 season. So that was the last year displayed. I just looked at Randy Thomas and his salary is listed through 2009.Thanks abrecher.

 

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