Boss Hawg

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  1. Boss Hawg

    Daks Agent wants $34m per year

    A lot of money is going to be tied up between Prescott, Elliot and Cooper. Plus add in Lawrence's $65 million in guarantees.
  2. Boss Hawg

    Is Tyreek Hill's career over?

    I don't know why, but all this stuff reminds me of when Reid and his wife were going through all that bull-ish with his druggie son.
  3. Boss Hawg

    Seahawks and Wilson agree to mega contract

    Wilson: Two Super Bowl appearances back to back and one win. Wentz: NOTHING!!!!! Where on Earth are people coming up with the idea Wentz should even come close to these guys in extensions.
  4. Your comment is arguable. Prescott is worth more than Wentz easily. He won rookie of the year and has taken the Cowboys to the playoffs twice already. Wentz shouldn't be making more than Prescott on a yearly basis. He hasn't done anything to deserve it......yet. Don't let Cowboy hate cloud your judgement. Prescott doesn't have Wentz's talent, but he's done much more.
  5. Yes they did. I liked Moose Johnston to.
  6. Boss Hawg

    How much are NFL contracts really worth

    Supposedly he has earned $129 million "so far." Not bad for being in 83 total games in 8 years.
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    How much are NFL contracts really worth

    I'll still never understand these ridiculous contracts baseball players get. I'm not saying baseball is an easy sport, but you hit a ball with a bat and stand around in a field for $30-40 million a year. Plus you play in nice weather and get to sit when it rains. A starting football player is putting his livelihood and his body on the line 16 games (more with playoffs) a year and gets paid a fraction of what a baseball player makes. Concussions, broken bones, and (God forbid) an injury that paralyzes a player for the rest of his life. Not to mention sub-zero weather, snow, rain, or temps that reach over 100 degrees on the field. Former players are still feeling the symptoms brought on by being an NFL player (RIP Andre Waters). Peter King wrote an article saying anything after two years on a football contract is window dressing. And @Bored is right. The only leverage a player has is to sit and boycott the game. The signing bonus seems to be the only thing that is worth it's weight once an NFL player and a team agree to a deal.
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    Saw Dallas signed Randall Cobb. If it were 5 years ago, I would care more. But he hasn't been the same since his ACL injury.
  9. Boss Hawg

    Ryan Tannehill traded to Tennessee.

    Most reports have the Fins tanking in hopes they land Tagovailoa or Herbert next year. Some go as far as the team pulling Fitz if they wind up winning TOO much.
  10. Boss Hawg

    Giants agree to trade WR Odell Beckham Jr to Browns

    I'm pleasantly surprised that this went down. At least it gets him out of the NFC.
  11. Boss Hawg

    Antonio Brown Saga

    Well Owens is his mentor. And he is a Rosenhaus client.
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    I never watched any of the ESPN games, but I heard they are all pretty bad announcers. Sometimes you get a Tony Romo, who is almost flawless and makes the game more interesting. But then you get a dud who knows a lot about football, but can't translate it to the booth. Witten will be like Gates if he does go back to Dallas. A touchdown here and there, but nothing game changing.
  13. Boss Hawg

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    At first I thought they meant he was part of the ring itself, which would have been a better story. All he did was what 1000's of men do everyday. Just that their names aren't linked with the most popular sports franchise in history.
  14. Boss Hawg

    Antonio Brown Saga

    It's amazing that the Steelers have only had 2 head coaches since Chuck Knoll (Cowher and Tomlin). I don't see that trend ending anytime soon. Especially since they haven't had a losing record under Tomlin since he took over in 2007. I do think they need new blood, but it's not the team's MO to dump a guy that quick.
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    Antonio Brown Saga

    James Washington looked good at times last year. Wouldn't shock me if he got the 2nd receiver spot. Seems the Steelers always do well once their top guy moves on.