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Old 12-28-2004   #5
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Originally Posted by BradK10
Thanks, I wasn't sure how that works.

So RFA means that the Niners can match any offer made right?
RFA means that the Niners have several choices, let him walk, or three levels of qualifying offers. Any qualifying offer gives them the right to match. The big deal is the level of qualifying offer gives them the right to compensation if they choose not to match--top qualifying offer carries a 1st round draft pick, mid gets the original draft pick and low gets a 7th. I may have that slightly goofed up but that is the framework.
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