Contract Clauses Aug 24, 2014 12:51:03 GMT -5 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by Nucks/Jets GM on Aug 24, 2014 12:51:03 GMT -5 NTCA "No Trade Clause", grants a client the power to make a decision on waiving the clause in order to have his/her contract dealt to another franchise. Player can be placed on waivers.NMCA "No Movement Clause", grants a client similar powers to the NTC, but also cannot be demoted or placed on waivers.NWCA "No Waive Clause," grants a client to not be placed on waivers. but the player can be freely traded**If you have a Limited clause (list of 10 teams to accept a trade to) you must PM the PR prior to wanting to trade the player, or it will always be rejected. Waiving NTC/NMCIf you want a player to waive their clause, you must contact the PR and tell him where he is going and give him a reason why he is no longer needed on your team.Player RetirementsThe PR will decide when the player has decided to end his career. There will be a list of players that retired that will be posted before UFAs start.