How much money does an undrafted free agent in the NFL typically sign for?


Undrafted free agents in the NFL typically sign for the contract minimum, which varies by year. In 2009, this minimum amount was $310,000. In 2011 through 2014, it went up to $460,000.

Agents who represent NFL players say that finding jobs for undrafted free agents is one of the most difficult aspects of their job. Teams generally do not give out information about their budget or how many position players they plan to sign. They often ask agents to make quick decisions on an offer. Many undrafted free agents are signed by teams every year, and most end up on practice squads.

Q&A Related to "How much money does an undrafted free agent..."
I put in a link with an example from the Seattle Seahawks. Undrafted players typically receive just a few thousand dollars in signing bonus and are slated to make the rookie minimum
An Undrafted player in football simple means they were not picked for
Tough question,that depends on many factors, such as the potential value and demand for the player, the salary cap, team budget, amount of time on the contract. Check out the link
Albert Haynesworth in 2009 - $100 million with $41 million guaranteed over 7 years! In 2 years he has 6.5 sacks and 42 tackles credited. On top of that he is big negative force in
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014