do n f l players get paid at all during lock out
The NFL said they would pay all players $200,000 but that won't matter because the lockout is supposed to end very soon according to ESPN
The NFL lockout was started because the players and the coaches wanted more money. the NFLPA is still determining whether to give them the money or not, due to the tight economy. If the NFLPA does not give the players and coaches the money, there will not be a 2011-2012 NFL season.
Yes it is
90 players post lockout
yes because they still practice
Typically, NFL players don't get paid to play basketball.
No, they still make their base salary no matter how they perform
football players get paid more
A lockout is where the owners "lock" the players out of their facilities. A strike is where the players refuse to enter the owners facilities. same concept works for any job related labor disputes.
NFL players get paid after each game or season. The contracts are based on the teams and players agent agreement. Minimum salary per year in the NFL is $300,000.
Yes, they do.
Football players get paid every week, the amount depends on the players' salaries.
They get paid $5,000 a week
NFL players don't get paid to play in the Probowl, but some have it written into their contracts that the get bonuses for being chosen.
It depends. Some players in the nfl are paid higher than the players in the mlb. Some players in the mlb are higher paid than players in the nfl. It all depends on the player.
It depends on how good you are at the sport