An in depth look at the NFL salary cap,
negotiating concepts and how player
contracts are structured within.
Rookie Pool Allocation
Final League Year
Non-Football Injury/Illness List
Proven Performance Escalator
Compensatory Draft Selection
Performance Base Pay
Adjusted Salary Cap
Unadjusted Salary Cap
An Inside Look At The Salary Cap And Negotiating Player Contracts
Crunching Numbers is the perfect book to gain insight into sports most unique accounting system. It explores how the National Football League (NFL) operates and continues to define success.
Crunching Numbers goes into great detail to explain key concepts from the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) such as signing bonuses, dead money, free agency, salary guarantees, franchise tags, forfeitures, grievances, and many more. By using practical case player examples to illustrate the concepts within the CBA, readers will learn how to calculate a player’s salary cap number and the ways in which teams manipulate those numbers to work within the NFL rules. In addition, the book will explore ways to benchmark contracts and the roles contract negotiators play in today’s NFL.
Whether you are a student with aspirations of working in an NFL front office, a sports agent, a sports writer or just an avid fan, Crunching Numbers will help you better understand the intricacies of the NFL’s player’s contracts, the salary cap, and salary cap management.
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“Crunching Numbers fills the void that has existed for years when it comes to understanding NFL contracts and the rules regarding the salary cap. An insightful read that will help anyone understand the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement and its impact on front office decision making.”
“Jason and Vijay have taken a complicated subject and have broken it down in a way anyone can easily understand. A MUST read for all who want to learn about NFL contracts and the salary cap.”
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