Can a franchise player be traded?

Answer A franchise player can be traded. It is not uncommon for NFL teams to designate a player their franchise player at the end of the season with the intent of trading him. Placing the "franchise tag" ... Read More »

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What does it mean to franchise an nfl player?

National Football League teams may tag one player every year as the franchise player. Franchise players must earn the average salary of the five highest players at the position or receive a 20 perc... Read More »

What does the term franchise player mean?

In the National Football League, teams can choose one player each year as their franchise player. The player must negotiate only with that team and in return is guaranteed a competitive salary. The... Read More »

What Detroit Tigers baseball announcer was traded for a baseball player?

Detroit Tigers announcer Ernie Harwell broke into the Major Leagues in a unique way. In 1948, he was traded to the Brooklyn Dodgers from the minor league Atlanta Crackers for catcher Cliff Dapper. ... Read More »

Why are stocks traded in eighths?

Although the stock markets no longer trade stocks using eighths, the United States was the last country to switch stock trading to a decimal system. The use of eighths of a dollar as the minimum pr... Read More »