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  1. Note: Not mandatory but should do it anyway if you are playing this week.
  2. today is the final day to vote.
  3. When a player signs a new contract, the guaranteed money on the first year is now considered a signing bonus, and is guaranteed on the team's salary cap for the first year of the contract. This means that if the player is then traded, the team he signed the contract with is on the hook for that signing bonus, but is not on the hook for anything past the first year. The team receiving the player in the trade will not have to pay any of the guaranteed money the first year, only the salary portion. The team receiving the player in a trade may offer to take on a portion of the signing bonus, up to 50%, in part of the trade. Example: Brian Brown signs a 5 year, 100 million dollar contract with Miami during the 2021 offseason: 5 years // 100.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:50.0 $//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:50.0 Total//20.0//20.0//20.0//20.0//20.0//Total:100.0 and is immediately traded to the Bills. Miami will be on the hook in 2021 for $10 million. The Bills would be on the hook for 10 million in salary for 2021 and the full amount for every other year. Miami could make a deal for the bills to take on 5 million of the guaranteed money, in which case Miami would owe Brown 5 million on their cap in 2021, and the bills would owe 15 million (5 mil of which is guaranteed). This does not apply to rookies. This will take effect immediately during the 2021 offseason.
  4. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIgzlkGz1Ie-jzk0kStvgNGDwTNBwtfhsJYrbaIy5DPOrKtw/viewform voting will end between week 16 and 17.
  5. New England Patriots and New York Giants did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2 Kansas City Chiefs: 2 New York Giants: 2 New England Patriots: 2 Arizona Cardinals: 1 New Orleans Saints: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 L.A. Chargers: 1 Washington Redskins: 1
  6. Arizona Cardinals and NY Giants did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2 Kansas City Chiefs: 2 New York Giants: 1 Arizona Cardinals: 1 New Orleans Saints: 1 New England Patriots: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 L.A. Chargers: 1 Washington Redskins: 1
  7. Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, and Washington Redskins did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2 Kansas City Chiefs: 2 New Orleans Saints: 1 New England Patriots: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 L.A. Chargers: 1 Washington Redskins: 1
  8. Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New Orleans Saints did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2 Kansas City Chiefs: 1 New Orleans Saints: 1 New England Patriots: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1
  9. New England Patriots did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 New England Patriots: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 Jacksonville Jaguars: 1
  10. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 Jacksonville Jaguars: 1
  11. Cincinnati Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars did not submit last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 2 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1 Jacksonville Jaguars: 1
  12. 49ers did not submit last week Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 San Francisco 49ers: 1
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  14. It will be due Saturday, June 3rd at 11:59pm EST: Thread needs to be titled [2020] Mid-season re-signings Once posted they are considered final, and can be processed at any time even if the deadline has not been reached yet, so don't make a post thats half done and expect to finish it before the deadline. You may only offer contracts to players that are currently on the FINAL YEAR of their current deal during mid-season re-signings. You do not pick up the 5th year option on players at this time, that will be done during the off-season. Format: DT Some Player 6-5 299 4 Michigan [1-Gap] 95 Old Contract: 3 years // 22 million // even 4 years // 40.0 million // 30.00% Guaranteed G//5.0//5.0//2.0//0.0//Total:12.0 $//5.0//5.0//8.0//10.0//Total:28.0 Total//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:40.0 Use the calculator on the interface: http://cfbhc.herokuapp.com/contract/
  15. Everyone submitted last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1
  16. Everyone submitted last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1
  17. Everyone submitted last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1
  18. Everyone submitted last week. Season violations so far: Cincinnati Bengals: 1 L.A. Rams: 1 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1
  19. Did not submit week 3: Cincinnati Bengals L.A. Rams Pittsburgh Steelers due by next TNF
  20. Due Tuesday April 18th at 8pm EST. Rules: You may only restructure up to three contracts. You may not do a restructure of a player who is on their rookie contract. You cannot move money into the current year (2020). Only 2021 and beyond. 2020 salaries are already set. You may not change the amount of guaranteed money on the deal (50%) or the remaining salary, but you can move it around however you like. You cannot re-structure a deal that was signed in the 2020 offseason, as we already had the current system in place for those deals. Only GMs posts will be counted. If you don't want to restructure any contracts, post that you are not doing so in this thread. Format: Current deal: QB Sample Player 6-2 200 4 Temple [Pocket] 99 // Total years // Years Left (starting 2021) // Total Money // Contract type Restructured deal: QB Sample Player 6-2 200 4 Temple [Pocket] 99 3 years // 30 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//10.0//5.0//0.0//Total:15.0 $//0.0//5.0//10.0//Total:15.0 Total//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:30.0 ex: Current deal: QB Nick Hall 6-2 221 5 Syracuse [Pocket] 97 // 5 years // 4 years // 105 million // even Restructured deal: QB Nick Hall 6-2 221 5 Syracuse [Pocket] 97 4 years // 84.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//16.0//15.5//7.5//3.0//Total:42.0 $//5.0//7.5//13.5//16.0//Total:42.0 Total//21.0//23.0//21.0//19.0//Total:84.0 Post your restructured deals IN THIS THREAD. DO NOT UPDATE YOUR CAP SHEETS TO REFLECT THESE CHANGES UNTIL I HAVE GIVEN YOU APPROVAL TO DO SO. Useful Links: http://cfbhc.herokuapp.com/contract/ Completed: LAC MIN GB CHI WAS ARI LAR BUF SF ATL PHI NYJ TB MIA OAK HOU PIT BAL
  21. Everyone submitted again. Good job guys! Have until thursday's game is posted to do your headline.
  22. Have until thursday's game to post yours. everyone did theirs week 1.
  23. Have until thursday's game to post your headline.
  24. General Rookie Contract Changes All picks will have 4 year contracts with a 5th year option being available for players picked in the 1st round. 5th year options work similar to a franchise tag, in that the player cannot refuse it, but their salary goes up depending on position for that year. 5th year options must be decided on by the end of the players 3rd season. The value of the 5th year option will be the “Above average starter” value for the players position from this table: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=NFLHC#Free_Agency If the player is already making more than that, then they will get their current salary + 15% for the 5th year. Players that are drafted in the 6th and 7th round have non-guaranteed contracts. This means they may be cut at any point prior to the start of the regular season without penalty. If you cut a player with non-guaranteed contract mid season, they take the normal cap hit penalty for the current year, and no penalty for remaining years after that. After the 2017 season, 5th round picks will also have non-guaranteed salaries. After the 2020 season, 4th round picks are only 25% guaranteed. All UDFAs will also have non-guaranteed contracts. 2017 Draft Salaries 2018 Draft Salaries 2019 Draft Salaries 2020 Draft Salaries 2021 Draft Salaries
  25. Free Agency Comp Pick Changes Compensatory draft selections will be awarded for players lost in free agency the year after they are lost. The first draft that will use this new formula will be the 2018 draft, so players lost in 2017 free agency will use this new formula. Round picks will be added according to the overall value of the player lost as follows: 92-99 - 3rd Round Pick 89-91 - 4th Round Pick 85-88 - 5th Round Pick 81-84 - 6th Round Pick 77-80 - 7th Round Pick However, if you signed any players 77+ the previous year, they count against your pick calculation. This will work as follows: Player Signed Round Penalty 92-99 -5 89-91 -4 85-88 -3 81-84 -2 77-80 -1 So if you lost a 91 overall player, and signed two 76-80 players, you would receive a 6th round pick because each of the players you signed carries a one round penalty for the 91 player you lost. If you lost an 82 and a 77 player, but signed only a 79 player, you would get 2 7th round picks, because the 79 player you signed knocks the 82 player you lost down a round. If you lost an 85, 80, and 77 player, but signed a 96 players, you would get no compensatory picks because the player you signed completely negates the players you lost. If the player you lost was only on your team for one year, they will not award a compensatory pick. A single team may only earn a maximum of 4 comp picks per season. If they lose more eligible players than that, they count towards giving you better picks. Kickers,Punters, and Fullbacks always award the 7th round equivalent compensatory pick, regardless of rating. Additionally, if a player is cut and you sign them, they do not count against you for compensatory picks in any way. Starting in the 2018 draft, there will be a maximum of 32 compensatory picks in the draft.