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06-06-2012, 08:56 PM
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Have it set up something like this.

1st rounders
  • 1st overall gets $5.0 million ($1.5 million salary, $3.5 million bonuses)
  • 2-5 overall gets 4.0 (1.0 salary, 3.0 bonuses)
  • 6-10 overall gets 3.0 ($0.9 salary, 2.1 bonuses)
  • 11-20 overall gets 2.0 ($0.9 salary, 1.1 bonuses)
  • 21-30 overall gets 1.5 (0.9 salary, 0.6 bonuses)

2nd rounders
  • 31-45 overall gets 1.2 (0.8 salary, 0.4 bonuses)
  • 46-60 overall gets 1.0 (0.8 salary, 0.2 bonuses)

3rd rounders
  • 61-90 get 0.9 (0.75 salary, 0.15 bonuses)

4th rounders
  • 91-120 get 0.8 (0.7 salary, 0.1 bonuses)

5th rounders
  • 121-150 get 0.7 (0.65 salary, 0.05 bonuses)

6th rounders
  • 151-180 get 0.6 (0.6 salary, no bonuses)

7th rounders
  • 181-210 get 0.55 (0.55 salary, no bonuses)

then when it comes to roster size instead of having a 50 contract limit I would allow each team the following:
  • 35 Rookie Contracts (Including sliding ELCs) - I picked this number for the simple fact each team gets 7 picks a year to start, and each contract can slide for 2 years, meaning an ELC can essentially last 5 years.
  • 30 Veteran Contracts - I picked this number because it allows a team to fill their 23 man roster with veteran contracts if they so choose and have 7 spots available on the farm team for players not on rookie contracts.
I should also add teams would be allowed to exceed the 35 rookie contracts, but each contract over 35 takes the place of a veteran contract.

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