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A rule in the NFL which allows teams to designate players as "Physically Unable to Perform" or "PUP". Once they are designated as such, they are prohibited from practicing with the team. They can, however, rehabilitate and participate in team meetings. If a player begins training camp on the PUP list, they can be moved to the active roster at any time, even after one practice. A player is not allowed to be placed on the PUP list if they start training camp on the active roster. NFL logo For other uses of the abbreviation NFL, see NFL (disambiguation). ...


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ICAO U.I. Web Library - Job Performance (608 words)
(j) Being physically or mentally unable to perform the work or unqualified to perform the work as a result of insufficient educational attainment or inadequate occupational or professional skills.
In cases where an individual quits because of physical or mental inability to perform the work because of domestic abuse, any award of benefits will be made in accordance with paragraph (r) of this subsection (4).
Also, the claimant can be awarded unemployment benefits if the claimant is either mentally or physically unable to perform the work, or if the claimant is unqualified for the job because of insufficient skills; there is no requirement that both must be shown.
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