Except most NFL teams have OTAs this week, don't they? I assume there's a reason for that?
Ya, I think it is just something they accept. Just like the rookies who aren't allowed to attend because their class has not yet graduated, even if they
So if the Packers knew about it, why schedule OTA's during that time - just move it a day or two. I guess they (the Packers)
I think the Packers knew about this when OTA's were scheduled. The league calendar often is set several years in advance.
Unbelievable they continue to schedule this in a way that conflicts with OTAs. No way the rookies want to miss any of these practices.
Ty Montgomery and Brett Hundley will miss part of the OTAs this week because they will be in Los Angeles on Sunday for the NFLPA's Rookie Premier event.
As best as I can determine, it is the percentage drafted. So, undrafted FA's aren't counted, but drafted players that are cut or never make it to the
The agent's math involved more than just the initial contract.
First was that as a UDFA, he can renegotiate after 2 years, a drafted player
OTAs begin this week. Anyone attending?
Organized Team Activities
May 27-29 (May 28 practice open to public)
I think it is measuring "professional", not MLB or NFL. There aren't a lot of professional opportunities in football other than the NFL. Hockey,
I failed that course
Sorry, I meant the SS crack to be a joke and didn't mean to get it all political in here. I'll go back to the Community Ed booklet and register for their
He'd probably have to be paid a lot more also.
I think we can all understand I had one too many.
I guess all of us that understand what SS is supposed to be.....
It's OK to get personal about personnel.
I was expecting an GIF of you biting the head off a crow, Ozzy style. This feel-good stuff was disappointing.
I mentioned this before, but they kept Driver at least a full year longer than they probably should have (ignoring off the field leadership and just looking
And here I thought you were going to apologize for giving the Bears a good offseason grade for signing Ray McDonald. That would be unfortunate.
High School players are also something like 6 times more likely to play in the MLB (0.5%) than in the NFL (0.08%).