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Is there a limit as to how many consecutive times you can franchise tag the same player? Is there a limit as to how many times you can franchise tag the same player in total?


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Good question cuz I know the

Good question cuz I know the Eagles are going to franchise Desean. They better not trade him either he's the fastest player in the NFL who the defense has to account for every single play even if he has no catches.

But to my knowledge you could theoretically franchise a player every year if a new deal isn't reached, but if that were to happen I'd imagine the player would just hold out. So when a player if franchised the teams are always either going to work out a new deal or trade them.

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Thanks man! To be honest, I

Thanks man! To be honest, I think we need to make a run at Randy Moss. I'm an Eagles fan.

We need a big athletic target for Vick to hit on 3rd and short or 2nd/3rd and goal situations. Brent Celek is our biggest guy offensively but he's not as athletic as a guy like Randy Moss. We already missed out on Brandon Marshall, Roy Williams and Plaxico Burress, we can't continue to miss out on guys like this. It's difficult when defenses out physical us, especially with our small receiving core:

  • DeSean Jackson; 5'10
  • Jeremy Maclin; 6'
  • Jason Avant; 6'
  • Steve Smith; 5'11

And I'm sorry but Riley Cooper is not 6'3. He's either 6'1 or simply unathletic enough to show-off his 6'3 physique.

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No Limit

There is no limit to how many times the same player can be franchise tagged.

From National Football Post/Andrew Brandt- If a player is coming off a season as a Tag player or had a very high salary number in his previous year, he is still protected, as the Tag will be 120% of his previous year’s number. And, although if a player is tagged three consecutive seasons he must have the highest Tag number available, there is no limitation on the number of consecutive uses of the Franchise Tag on the same player.

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