Like sign a contract.
C.J. Wilson has been signed by New Orleans. Came in as a 7th round draft pick, spent 4 seasons in GB, contributed to a SB win, now looking to have a
I think it would be fair if you kept the criticism to his play at OLB the two and a half years prior to his move inside.
He is not a dominating
That's a silly comment IMO. The last two seasons he's been playing a lot of ILB. OLB is his natural position...that doesn't make him a "system"
I dont think the Luck contract prices Rodgers out of our range in 2 years. As a percentage of the salary cap at time of signing, Rodgers was higher than
As a percentage of the cap, Luck's deal fell short of the fleecing Flacco gave to the Ravens. There is still room to keep Rodgers should they want to.
That's what Hundley is for!
One thing he didn't get that was floated was a %age of the salary cap. Some pundits thought his agents were trying to tie his contract to that.
Yes. Not so much that the talent isn't there, but I think it could be a more of a David Carr/Tim Couch situation, taking too much of a beating early in
Anyone else feel like Luck has already plateaued as a QB?
With Luck's deal, we'll never be able to afford to keep Rodgers in 2 years, especially if he goes back to MVP form. It just may make more financial sense
Andrew Luck signed a new deal. Schefter and RapSheet disagree on whether its a 5 year extension or a new 6 year deal. But here are the particulars:
lol...exactly. i've ALWAYS hated the "system" label.
I think anyone can see that Clay is clearly a special athlete. He is very fast and seems to accelerate very quickly.
Would the guy prefer that Matthews be a "superstar" (whatever that means) but not function well within Capers' system?
For a few
That is pretty uninspiring since every player is part of an offensive or defensive system.
Now if the "veteran AFC West personnel man"
Aaron Nagler @AaronNagler 2h2 hours ago
From @BuckyBrooks. Wonder if the personnel guy is John Dorsey...
Basically the interview is a no-win situation for the player. An innocent player is dragged through the mud again, and guilty players either have to
Ok, but that Neanderthal causing shit doesn't count, he is also the one that said he wouldn't piss on Goodel if he was on fire! Shit disturber, but you
An interview gets everyone on record. So if there are subsequent revelations, all statements are in play. That is on pretty solid logical ground.