I don’t think I have ever heard of this, but I found a smms script that works on the free agent market.
This script is simple.
It uses the free smmcntr.com and smms.ca websites to determine if a player is eligible to sign with a team.
This can be used by any team and is a good way to determine eligibility.
The script uses a formula to determine a player’s eligibility.
It looks up the player’s salary, the age of the player, the number of games he has played in the last season, and his age relative to the next-highest-paid player on the roster.
Then, it takes into account his contract status, and the age relative of the next highest-paid team.
The script then calculates how many games he played in each of those years, and then compares the value of that to the salary cap and the team’s cap space.
In this example, the script uses the cap space for a team to estimate how much cap space is available to sign a player to a contract worth $1 million per year, or $6.5 million in salary cap space over the next two seasons.
For a player who has a $2.5M cap hit, the formula would calculate that $6,500,000 is $3,500 per game played.
For a player with a $3M cap charge, the cap charge would estimate that $2,500 would be $2 per game.
For a $6M player, it would estimate $6 per game of $3 per game, $6 = $2 x $6 x $3 = $5.25 per game in cap space, which is $6-3.25 = $8,000 per year in salary, or roughly $12,000 over the two seasons that the player will play.
If a team does not have cap space to sign the player for the amount that the formula estimates, it will take the player in the next round of the free agency process.
The formula is a simple, simple formula that will work.
I have no doubt that this script will work, as it is not overly complicated and it works for every team that has a player eligible for free agency.
If the team does have cap room, the player could still sign for less than the cap hit that the script estimates.
It would be a smart move to use this method to determine whether or not a player has earned the right to a long-term contract, and to evaluate whether or the team should be able to offer the player a contract with a long term.
The value of this script is a small sample size, and I do not know whether it will work as well for teams that do not have the cap to sign their player.
However, the free script is worth a look if you have any questions or concerns.
Here is the link to the script: https://smmcntro.com/smmcnrscript/free-smm-agency-script/ Posted by Chris Bickel at 10:16 AM