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Q: Is an NFL player placed on the injured reserve list out for the entire season?
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Can a player on injured reserve return for playoffs?

As long as there is nothing in the player's contract that forbids it, a player can be traded while on injured reserve. I can say that I can't remember that ever happening but it is within the rules since the team trading for the player would know of the injury.


Can a player on injured reserve play in the postseason?

No. Once a player has been placed on the IR, his season is over including the post-season and Super Bowl.


What happens to a player's money or salary when he is put on IR in the NFL?

IR means that a player is on a injured resreved list and that player isnot going to be able to finish the current seasion.A torn acl can be a result of a player becoming on the ir list.I hope this helped if you have any other qestions don't hessitate to ask or you can look on this websote for a more detailed explantion http://www.answers.com/topic/injured-reserve -JordanThe IR list is Injured Reserve. When a player is placed on the IR, it means they have suffered a season ending injury. In order to free the players spot on the roster, a team places the injured player on the Injured Reserve list. The player is still under contract with the team, unless an injury settlement is reached and the player is released, but cannot be placed on the active roster for the rest of the season/year.


Does a player have to be injured to go into injured reserve?

if it's not a publicity scam


What does NFL injured reserve mean?

A player on injured reserve remains on the team but cannot participate on the active roster for the remainder of the season.


In the NFL can a player return from injured reserve for the postseason?

No!


When can a player on injured reserve play again?

Once they are on the injured reserve list, they remain there for the remainder of the season. They can play again the following season if they are not injured and the team resigns their contract.


Can a player on injured reserve be on the field?

It depends on the injury. Most will be in rehab.


Will Tom Brady play in week seventeen?

No, Tom Brady was placed on the Injured Reserve roster after he was injured. When a player is placed on the IR, he is no longer eligible to play in any games for the remainder of the season. In addition, Brady is still going thru rehab, and is not ready to play ball just yet.


What is an injured reserve waiver in professional football?

'Waived injured' means the team is releasing the player but the player is injured. The team is responsible to pay the player until his injury has healed. This is usually done by reaching an agreement for a specific amount of money, called an injury settlement. Other teams are allowed to pick up players on the waived injured list but they are forewarned that the player is not in condition to play. Sometimes, if a player on the waived injured list is not selected by another team, the team will retain the player and place him on its injured reserve list.


How does the injured reserve work in the NFL?

The injured reserve is a list of players who are injured and unable to play. NFL teams use the reserve so they can keep a player on the team but not take up a roster spot. A team is allowed 53 players on the roster.Currently, the NFL's injured reserve rule restricts a player from returning to play during the season that he's placed on the list. For further information on the rules concerning the contract status and compensation for injured players, see the Collective Bargaining Agreement (or CBA).This represented a rule change which, I believe (I'm still researching this), was instituted when the current CBA was ratified.Prior to that, the injured reserve rule distinguished between a player going on the list before the final roster was set (in pre-season) and after that. A player going on injured reserve in pre-season was, like now, lost for the season but a player going on the list during the season only had to sit out for a minimum of four games.Apparently, the NFL owners pushed for this rule change in an effort to police themselves. I've read that some, unnamed, owners (the NFL owners' meetings are private) felt that some teams were illegally using the injured reserve list to stash players who weren't really injured to circumvent the rules on roster limits (to gain a competitive advantage).


Does a player on ir receive his salary?

how does IR for an NFL player affect his salary