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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Feb 3, 2020.
taysom Hill is pretty accurate and has a canon? My god
#Arizona Cardinals why did I think he was terrible for u guys? Or was that just with Arians who hated him
He was never terrible but he also was never on the field. Last year his first he played all 16/didn't end up on IR. He was average but 16 games of solid average play at LT is worth 15 million. If he's healthy he's worth that but we'll see on the health factor
Sounds like we’re in on him if his price is good.
So Washington and buffalo offered more money, but no one to throw him the ball. I can understand....
Do the Chiefs make the super bowl without the bye this year?
Lol we’d have played a scrub and won 52-10
Never realized Henry had Boo Mfer chicken legs
More mediocre teams in the playoffs is exactly what we need.
I agree, but that Bills/Texans game was delightful.
If this guy knows, everyone and their agent already did. Nothing quiet about it. Clown tweet.
Guys had to of had 10 concussions at this point
He’s 6 months from his last one and still not cleared.
Tbh he should have called it quits years ago
Seems like a bad deal
That’s a garbage offer, man owners suck so hard
If they were to go with the proposal I saw that included an extra game with a cap on salary adjustments at a quarter mil players on the high end would take huge per game paycuts...which is probably why Watt says hard pass.
For example Rodgers is the highest projected base salary in 2022 at $25,000,000. That’s a game check of $1,562,500.
It would be adjusted up to account for the extra regular season game to $25,250,000. That’s a game check of $1,485,294.12.
So basically a 5% paycut with a 6% increase in workload each season.
Can’t see that going over well with the guys that are at the top of the pay range.
Sorry pal but without owners there’s no football so they deserve our utmost respect
I really hope the players say no. There are so many reasons to do it too, but namely the length. Fuck giving the owners 10 years.
feels like the Bucs change their uniforms every 3ish years.
They've undergone serious changes once in the last 18 or 19 years.
The instances in between were stupid things like the collar.
I don’t want a 17th game. I’d actually like them to trim a preseason game, expand the active roster, and move week one into the last preseason week to add a second bye. Bye 1 weeks 6-9, bye 2 11-14 or something along those lines.
Kick thc tests all together.
That's great. More players to split that $25,250,000
I think they wont move up the regular season up a week so CFB can have their kickoff weekend
Yea. Players need to say no to this deal
Should have never changed from the super bowl uni’s
Agree, but if it’s between that and the creamsicles, give me the creamsicles
In case you were curious about the representation:
This process is really confusing. Who is negotiating this if the executive committee is voting no? How does something that clearly doesn't have much support on the player side get to the point where both sides are voting on it?
Holy shit if true...
Oh no nfl wat r u doin?