By Andrew Sacher ESPN Staff WriterThe best team in the National Football League has been crowned.
The NFLPA, the union that represents players, coaches and the general public, has awarded the league’s teams the right to draft their own players, as well as a minimum of 50 percent of the league salary cap.
The winner will be announced on Sunday, Feb. 18.
The 49ers were the only team not to be included in the process, but the union said it expects the winner will come from other leagues in the league.
The NFL will be the only professional sports league to be awarded the draft.
The other 32 NFL teams are scheduled to make the playoffs.
The NFC East, the NFC West and the AFC South will also receive the draft as the winner is yet to be determined.
The NFC North and NFC South will receive the first round picks.
The league has had a draft lottery since 1998, and in that year, only three teams were selected, including the Rams and 49ers.
The Rams and Ramsons are the only teams that were selected before the first pick was even picked in the draft lottery.
A team that is chosen first will be eligible to compete for the first overall pick, which is held in a lottery for the next four years.
The next team to be selected first will go through the draft, where the draft pick will be awarded to whichever team has the highest projected win total.
The second pick is selected after the third pick in the first and fourth rounds of the draft and after the fourth pick in round five.
The third pick is awarded in the fourth round of the fourth and fifth rounds of a lottery, and the fifth pick is chosen at the end of the sixth round of a draft.
There are no guaranteed picks for the winners of the picks.
There is a cap of $2,958,000 per team in each draft, with the league raising the cap in the 2020 season to $4,848,000.
The winning team will have the right of first refusal in the free-agent market and the right for two additional years to sign players from other teams.
The winners will have five years from the date of the pick to negotiate a contract.
A winner will earn a $2.5 million signing bonus for the third and fourth years of the deal, plus $200,000 of guaranteed money, according to league sources.
The contract will be worth $2 million to the winning team each season, with $1.8 million guaranteed, according the sources.
The signing bonus and guaranteed money will be split between the winning teams.
After the third year, the winning franchise is eligible to match any remaining salary or cap savings from the previous two years.
After four years, the winner of the first two rounds of this year’s draft will be entitled to an additional $1 million in signing bonus, which will increase to $2-3 million after the fifth year.
A winning team can sign a player from another team for an additional amount if the player is eligible and the team signs him for the second-round pick, according league sources and the sources did not want to be named because they were not authorized to discuss the negotiations publicly.
The first pick in this year to be taken will be No. 12 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The other first-round picks will be taken in the 2017 NFL Draft, 2018 and 2019.
The last round of picks will not be determined until April 23, 2020, at which point the winner would receive a $50,000 signing bonus.
The franchise in charge of the franchise pick would receive $1,000,000 for each pick and $5,000 on each subsequent pick.
The winning team would then pick up the $50-plus million bonus.
The winner would not have to pay any taxes on the pick, and if the franchise owner fails to sign a long-term contract with the pick within five years, it would be forfeit.
The union has the right at any time to terminate the franchise, but it has the ability to do so before the last pick is picked.