RFA Tenders

dolphan39

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from http://www.gopbi.com/sports/football/dolphins/02/27.html
Noteworthy: The Dolphins will make tender offers this week to tight end Jed Weaver, who is a restricted free agent, and safety Trent Gamble and defensive end Adewale Ogunleye, who are exclusive rights free agents. Weaver's tender will be worth $563,000, and Gamble and Ogunleye will receive $387,000 tenders.
Not sure exactly what compensation we would get if these guys are signed elsewhere, if any

maybe it is in here: http://nflpa.org/members/main.asp?subPage=CBA+Complete#art18 ;)
 

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From what I can figure out, it means we have right of first refusal or draft compensation in the round where those players were originally drafted. That means we would get a 7th rounder for Weaver if the Fins decide not to match an offer he receives from another team. From what I can find, I think Gamble and Ogunleye were college FA's so we wouldn't get any compensation for them.
 

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EFAs Ogunleye and Ganble are exclusive property of the Fins....nobody can even talk to them until they are RFAs

Jed Weaver: if he was drafted by any team, the compensation is the rd he was drafted in. If he came into the NFL as a rookie FA, no compensation if another team signs him to offer sheet and Fins fail to match

If the qualfying offer was $1.227 million, his compensation would be a #1 regardless if he was drafted or not.
 
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