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Free Agency Instructions


Send all Bids to me via PM with your TEAM NAME as a title. Send ALL BIDS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY FIRST NAME.

MLE and LLE
*Each team over the salary cap has a mid-exception and a low-exception that it can offer players. The mid-exception is a one-season contract for $4,500,000. The low exception is a one-season contract for $1,200,000. For teams under the salary cap, if you have less than $4.5m in cap you still have a MLE. You only have one MLE and LLE per year but you may offer it to as many players as you want.

Bird Years
*If a player has gone three full seasons without changing teams via free agency, they are considered to have Bird Rights. A player with Bird Rights may be resigned by his previous team without any restriction from the salary cap. The number of seasons a player has gone without changing teams via free agency is reflected in their Bird Years. You can find your bird years on a player by clicking their personal player profile.

Rights On Players signed to MLE Last Season
If you signed a player last season to a MLE or LLE contract you have rights on them. You may offer them a multi-year deal increasing %10 from last year's salary. So, if you signed someone to MLE last season the max you can sign them the first year is 5.4m and then it increases every year after that. Same with LLE and whatever. The max years you can offer is 6.

^ This doesn't apply to anyone this season...


Player Contract Rules
How much a player can be offered by a team is determined by a number of rules.

If a player is signing with a new team:
1) The contract can be for up to 6 seasons.

2) The player can receive a raise each year of up to 10% of the value of the first year of the contract.

3) The maximum value of the first year of the contract is the smaller of the amount of cap room the team has and the maximum salary the player can receive based up his experience in the league(see table below).

If a player is resigning with his previous team and has 3 or more bird years:
1) The contract can be for up to 7 seasons.

2) The player can receive a raise each year of up to 12.5% of the value of the first year of the contract

3) The player can receive the larger of the maximum salary based on his experience and 120% of his previous salary in the first year of the contract.

If a player is resigning with his previous team and has less than bird years:
1) The contract can be for up to 6 seasons.

2) The player can receive a raise each year of up to 10% of the value of the first year of the contract.

3) The player can receive the larger of the team's salary cap room(up to the maximum salary) and 120% of his previous salary in the first year of the contract.


Salary based on experience:

Exp Min

0 $332,817

1 $465,850

2 $540,850

3 $565,850

4 $590,850

5 $653,350

6 $715,850

7 $778,350

8 $840,850

9 $965,850

10+ $1,000,000

No matter if you're over or under cap you may always offer a player a min contract, the min scale is on the left. You also may offer any player a max contract but it isn't worth much if you're over cap and don't have bird rights. If you're over cap and have no bird rights the min is the same as the max. You may only offer up to 2 year minimum deals, can't do a 3 year min deal. You can offer up to 6 year max deal.

PLEASE SEND ALL BIDS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY FIRST NAME.

No more than 20 bids per team....if you feel you need an exception PM/IM me and ask for it and then it'll be granted or declined.
 

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I don't know, you'll have to ask the FBB creator on that one. You can re-sign them up to a 10% multi-year deal after the one season though so its not too bad.
 

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Soo can we offer the MLE to more than one person incase one doesn't accept it or gets a higher bid?
 
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