Jameis Winston has had an eventful offseason.
The Buccaneers quarterback took to Twitter on Sunday to announce his engagement to longtime girlfriend Breion Allen.
If it turns out Jones is looking for significantly more money or an extension, then the Falcons should play hardball. Teams simply don’t renegotiate with players who have so many years remaining, and the Falcons have all the leverage — a season-long holdout would cost Jones $12.9 million.
So expect something to get done in the next few weeks. The Falcons would be wise to avoid anything negative happening this summer and defer any real contract extensions to the future.
Los Angeles’ current roster now stands at 90 players.
Brady has two years remaining on a $20.5 million-per-year deal that will him $15 million in salary and roster bonus this season. Matt Ryan is making more with his recently signed $30 million-per-year deal, as is Brady’s former backup, Jimmy Garoppolo, with his $27.5 million-per-year deal.
Brady in the past has had his contract addressed with two years remaining, and on principle, he surely doesn’t want to be so far below Cheap Pro Jerseys the highest-paid QBs. His agent Don Yee probably wouldn’t mind his 3 percent commission to come off a higher salary, either. With something in the $25 million-$30 million range, the team would still get Brady at a discount.
Perhaps Brady will show up soon with a new deal. Or maybe, extension in hand or not, he will gather all his skill-position teammates for a passing camp independent from the team and then report to camp later this summer.
The NFL is all about investigating lately, too. The question that has haunted that league for most of the past decade is who knew what, when, how and why. Deflategate, Spygate, Bountygate, Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, Adrian Peterson — just to name a few, and just to remind all that a couple involved allegations of violence against women. Still others involved the Patriots of Patricia, and Bob Quinn, the Lions Cheap Reversible Jerseys For Basketball general manager who hired him and who paid his dues under Bill Belichick in New England.