A team that drafts a player has one year to sign that player to a contract. If the team cannot sign the player because the player does not want to play for them, the team may trade the player to another team. If a drafted player has not signed a contract within one year of being drafted, that player may enter the draft again and be selected again.
No, a player does not have to sign with the NFL team that drafted him. He can choose to not sign the contract.
The NFL website offers viewing of NFL mock drafts for many season years. Other sites, including Big Blue View, CBS Sports, and Sports Illustrated have NFL mock drafts available.
An NFL salary is what a team pays a particular player.
The team of his choice.
That 'C' on a player's jersey indicates the player is one of the captains of the team. Almost always in the NFL, a team's starting quarterback is one of the captains of the team.
First create the team. Then create the player, and when you are asked what team the player will be on, choose your created team
He goes on waivers.
No a released player is free to sign with whatever team chooses to sign him. An nfl team cant trade them because they are no longer under contract
An NFL player has to practice because he gets payed to be on an team. Not only that if an player doesn't practice his postion on the team can be taken by another player. Also if the player doesn't practice he's not that different from an free agent.
70 is the limit