Tag: Contract

Will Lacy Become Dead Weight for Seahawks Fanatics? 

As reported on Monday, newly acquired Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy has cashed in for a total of $55,000 for weighing in under 255 pounds. This was all part an incentive put within Lacy’s contract, as multiple of these similar milestones have been placed upon the veteran throughout the year. In fact, in the

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Impact of Charles in Denver?

Two-time Pro-Bowler and former Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles was cut by the franchise on March 1st, and two months later, Charles is now playing with the rival Denver Broncos. The veteran signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the team on Tuesday.  This is a weird situation, as Denver already has a

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Paul Makes Verbal Agreement With Clippers 

According to Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders, the Los Angeles Clippers and superstar point guard Chris Paul have agreed to a verbal long-term contract extension. The extension will be official once the NBA’s new collective bargaining agreement is in effect.  The deal is reportedly worth more than $200 over the next five years, but Paul

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Osweiler Burning Holes in Pockets of Texans Organization 

In the offseason of 2015, the Houston Texans reached out to Broncos backup quarterback Brock Osweiler, inking him to four-year, $72 million deal. Eleven games into the regular season, Osweiler and the Texans find themselves at a 6-5 record.   While many may speculate that being in first place at this stage in the season is

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Steelers, Antonio Brown Restructure Contract

With negotiations of an extension likely coming soon, the Pittsburgh Steelers have gained some brownie points from franchise wide receiver Antonio Brown. The franchise has taken $4 million of their 2017 salary owed to Brown and placed it into his 2016 salary. This winds up making this years salary $10.25 million as opposed to $6.25

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Russell Westbrook And Oklahoma City Agree On A New Deal

Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder agreed to a new deal to keep him in Oklahoma City, the deal is for 3 years worth 85.7 million dollars.  Westbrook was set to become a free agent next offseason, now with the new deal, Westbrook has a chance to option to test the free agent in

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