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11-05-2012, 09:02 AM
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Originally Posted by chrisj View Post
No - teams don't know who is on what teams negotiation lists, and it puts the Esks in a bad position because...

"If a player listed in the story is out of college and pursuing pro opportunities ó for example, G.J. Kinne, who is with the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League, or Dennis Dixon, currently on the Baltimore Ravensí practice roster in the National Football League ó were to become free agents and notified the Eskimos they would like to play in the CFL, Edmonton would have just 10 days to make a contract offer. If that didnít happen, the player would come off Edmontonís negotiation list and be fair game for the other seven teams in the league"

Source: Eskimos GM Tillman leaves team in vulnerable position
How don't they know? If you want a player and someone else has him then what?

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