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11-22-2012, 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Langdon Alger View Post
It's a last gasp at gaining negotiating leverage from the players. I doubt it goes that far.
Maybe, but they have to be careful about using it as leverage. NFLPA tried it and got shot down because the judge considered it a sham decertification meant as a negotiation tactic.

If the players do it, it has to be because its what they want, not as a ploy.

Originally Posted by massivegoonery View Post
A guaranteed contract isn't more complicated to draft than a non-guaranteed contract - in fact, it's basically the default in contract law. The question is whether a player would have the leverage to insist on one.
The stars would. 4th liners, 3rd liners? No.

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