The minimum salary in the NFL is decided by how many years the player has played in the league.
For the 2010 season, the minimum salary for rookies was $320,000. One year players minimum was $395,000, two year players minimum was $470,000, and three year players minimum was $545,000.
For players that had 4-6 years in the league the minimum was $630,000. For players with 7-9 years in the league the minimum was $755,000 and for those players with 10 or more years the minimum was $855,000.
None. They must be a minimum of 20 years old.
there's no minimum, in fact most minor league players retire before even reaching the majors.
The 2011 season is his 18th as a major league player.
The average player in the NFL makes between $300,000 - $600,000 a year. Contrary to popular belief, most NFL players are not signed to the lucrative multi-million dollar contracts that NFL superstars receive. Many players make league minimum. The minimum salaray in the NFL is different for some positions; also, the base salary increases the longer a player remains in the league. Therefore, it is cheaper to replace an aging player who makes league minimum with a rookie at the same position.
Premier League Teams: Barclays Premier League: 38 Games per Season Carling Cup: Minimum of 1, Maximum of 7 FA Cup: Minimum of 1, Maximum of 8 Champions League: Minimum of 6, Maximum of 13 Europa League: Minimum of 6, Maximum 15
12 years minimum
That depends on your league's rules. Many leagues give a one-game minimum suspension to any player who is sent off.
He was in the league for 4 years
As many as they want- there is no minimum or maximum
15 years minimum