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tom 02-20-2007 04:04 PM

interesting question
 
If you have a player like Corey Redding, who played both DT and DE for the lions, and considering that many teams will look at him in either position, if he were to hypothetically get franchised, who picks the tender? When you consider that DTs get 2 million less, and many teams could look at him as a DE, should he get 9 or 7 million (aprox.)? And who would decide? The team? The player? The union? His playing time throughout his career? or in the last year of his career?

Borat 02-20-2007 04:26 PM

I read something about this yesterday. It's based on the position he logged the most time at.

ricky bobby 02-20-2007 04:29 PM

I hope he doesn't get franchised, as a Giants fan. He'd make a great pass rushing DT for us.

princefielder28 02-20-2007 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Borat Sagdiyev
I read something about this yesterday. It's based on the position he logged the most time at.

That would make the most sense

Xiomera 02-20-2007 08:53 PM

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Originally Posted by ricky bobby
I hope he doesn't get franchised, as a Giants fan. He'd make a great pass rushing DT for us.

He will get franchised. He will not be playing anywhere but Detroit next season. I can assure you of that.

ckr50702 02-20-2007 09:56 PM

Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.

jetsfan3 02-20-2007 09:59 PM

Re: interesting question
 
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Originally Posted by edge_V
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Originally Posted by tom
If you have a player like Corey Redding, who played both DT and DE for the lions, and considering that many teams will look at him in either position, if he were to hypothetically get franchised, who picks the tender? When you consider that DTs get 2 million less, and many teams could look at him as a DE, should he get 9 or 7 million (aprox.)? And who would decide? The team? The player? The union? His playing time throughout his career? or in the last year of his career?

good question. and i don't have the answer.


And people continue to bash me for being a post *****.

BigDawg819 02-20-2007 11:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........

Damix 02-20-2007 11:53 PM

I'm pretty sure the team decides, though I'm sure there is a way to keep them in check in case they try to franchise a QB as a kicker.

P-L 02-21-2007 12:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.

Why would it be a waste?

dcrls 02-21-2007 12:09 AM

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Originally Posted by BigDawg819
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Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

niel89 02-21-2007 01:50 AM

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Originally Posted by dcrls
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Originally Posted by BigDawg819
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Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

its funny because it still might happen. :lol:

Mr. Stiller 02-21-2007 06:09 AM

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Originally Posted by niel89
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Originally Posted by dcrls
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Originally Posted by BigDawg819
Quote:

Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

its funny because it still might happen. :lol:

Even more funny is the fact they SHOULD do it.

I think Cory Redding is good, but he's not elite. Making him the franchise is paying him more than Co-DT Shaun Rogers makes.. and who's the better player?

njx9 02-21-2007 07:47 AM

Re: interesting question
 
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Originally Posted by jetsfan3
And people continue to bash me for being a post ***********.

*shrug* you started the trend. that said, that kind of crap response typically gets deleted out of hand now.

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Originally Posted by niel89
its funny because it still might happen.

it isn't really all that funny nor has it been for the last two years. it's like the "raiders should take super-fast athlete X" joke.

dcrls 02-21-2007 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by niel89
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Originally Posted by dcrls
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Originally Posted by BigDawg819
Quote:

Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

its funny because it still might happen. :lol:

it's not going to happen :evil: quit with the receiver jokes, they're really ******* annoying and old.

dcrls 02-21-2007 10:48 AM

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Originally Posted by niel89
Quote:

Originally Posted by dcrls
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Originally Posted by BigDawg819
Quote:

Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

its funny because it still might happen. :lol:

it's not going to happen :evil: quit with the receiver jokes, they're really ******* annoying and old.

Splat 02-21-2007 11:22 AM

NFL teams have until Thursday to place franchise tag

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...v=st&type=lgns

They need to get on it if they are going to tag him I know the Chiefs and a few other teams are high on him.

tom 02-21-2007 11:25 AM

What I find to be ridiculous, is how teams love to low-ball players, then get in scuffles and end up franchising them and paying them even more money than they would be under a new contract. If Redding were offered, say something along the lines of 5 million a year, or 4 with a plump bonus, he'd surely take it.

BigDawg819 02-21-2007 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by dcrls
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Originally Posted by niel89
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Originally Posted by dcrls
Quote:

Originally Posted by BigDawg819
Quote:

Originally Posted by Microphon200
Franchising him would be dumb and a waste.


And thats exactly why Millen will do it! Oh and draft Calvin Johnson........


oh wow another dumb receiver joke :roll: good one buddy

its funny because it still might happen. :lol:

it's not going to happen :evil: quit with the receiver jokes, they're really *********** annoying and old.

So is the fact that the Lions retain Millen as the GM after making a mockery of the franchise. Don't hate on us making fun of the worst team in the league, try using your time productively. Get a hobby, take up a craft, volunteer in the community, or ROOT FOR A TEAM THAT HAS A CLUE!

asmitty45 02-21-2007 07:24 PM

to answer the question asked at the begining, he will be tagged as a DT, he played DT this year and was drafted as a DT. The rule, i believe, is that the player gets tagged at the position that they played in the year previous to having the tag. Therefore he will be a DT.


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