Contract Situations That Must Be Addressed Prior to NFL Training Camp

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Contract Situations That Must Be Addressed Prior to NFL Training Camp
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NFL training camps are approaching quickly, but there is still enough time to take care of contract situations with star players. Teams and players each have incentive to lock-in franchise players before training camp begins, as teams want to install their systems and players want to avoid $30,000-a-day fines.

Let’s take a look at the five contract situations that need to be reconciled before players report to training camp next month. To qualify, players must be considered one of the best at their respective position in the league and be rumored to be a potential camp holdout.

 

All stats used are from Pro Football Focus' Premium Stats (subscription required) or sports-reference.com. All combine and pro day info is courtesy of ESPN.com. All contract information is courtesy of Spotrac.com.

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