Qualifying Offers

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  1. Dr.Sens(e)

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    Please note that all qualifying offers for pending RESTRICTED free agents are due by Wednesday, July 5th, 2006, midnight EST.

    As a reminder, QO's are 1 year in length and must be as follows:
    Players earning $450,000-$1,000,000 will be entitled to QO at 110% of prior year's salary;
    Players earning >$1,000,000 will be entitled to QO at 100% of their prior year's salary.

    This date also represents the cut-off for offers for pending UFA's. All outstanding offers will be responded to in the next 24 hours
     
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    FREE Agency YAY!!!!!!!!!!

    Are all QO sent in to Reggie???

    ... and by the way... I'm looking forward to this free agency season.. anyone else????
     
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    Question

    How about players that made less than $450,000 last season? I assume they need to be qualified at 110% of $450,000 (new min. salary), but I may have missed this somewhere...
     
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    and another thought:

    Where RFA's have salaries below the new minimum (450K) - do we make the QO 450K (where the increase is more than 110%) - or do we make the QO 450K + 45K = 495K?

    Thanks

    Matthew
     
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    Great minds think alike, Matt ;)
     
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    Great minds? Where? I don't seem 'em... :propeller
     
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    Clarification

    Do teams need to submit Qualifying Offers to players that already have offers on the table?

    ie I've offered Scott Gomez a lot more than 100% of last year's salary earlier in the year. Do I have to submit a QO in this case? And is there any advantage/disadvantage in the QO being more than the minimum required?
     
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  9. Dr.Sens(e)

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    A few points of clarification...

    Send the offers to Reggie.

    For players making less than the new league minimum and where a 10% raise QO is still less than the league minimum of $450,000, a QO of $450,000 is acceptable (so you don't have to offer $495,000).

    And to clarifiy for past offers, they do not count as qualifying offers. Using Gomez as an example, he has not received a QO to date, because a QO must be one year in length.

    If you would like to tender a one year offer for MORE than 10%, that is fine and will qualify. The details of whether an offer will be accepted are on a case by case basis and depend on their current contract, production, years until free agency etc.
     
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    I'm sure we all are, to varying degrees, Matt. I know I've got a gaping hole on D I'm going to have to fill, somehow (damn you, Reggie!!!! :madfire: ;) )...

    Uunless I'm misinterpreting Reggie's note, the July 5th cut-off is for submissions to players whose rights we currently hold. The open market will presumably be a date that follows shortly afterwards, once Reggie has been able to update the lists to reflect people's final re-signing decisions.
     

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