[adsenseyu1] I wanted to take a look today at Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys, who is entering the final year of his contract and more or less proclaimed that he is a top five receiver in the NFL. I find Bryant a pretty intriguing contract negotiation since there are arguments that could be made […]
With two solid showings in the preseason under his belt, Teddy Bridgewater has become a trade target for teams seeking a temporary upgrade that can provide a bridge to their next franchise quarterback… or at the least a reliable backup. The New York Jets have made it clear that Sam Darnold is their guy come […]
The franchise tag window officially opened on Tuesday and surprisingly the Dolphins are already prepared to place the tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry. It made for some interesting twitter discussions last night and I thought was worth exploring a little bit further.
1. Markus Wheaton, Bears Cap Saved: $5 million; Cash Saved: $5 million This was one of the worst signings of 2017. The Bears likely expected some upside of a higher 2 and instead got the performance of a practice squad player. Wheaton had 51 yards in 11 games, finishing the year 4th in snaps despite […]
One of the hot topics in the NFL is always the concept of guaranteed contracts and when it comes to questions I receive it’s near the top after things like what is team X’s cap space or what might player X get on a new contract. I’ve written about it before but I wanted to […]
The season is only two weeks old, but already there are a number of contract questions I am getting about next year, so I thought it might be worth recapping the players I’m being asked the most about as it pertains to releasing/trading the player. If there is enough interest I can try to do […]
I was talking with a friend of mine the other day about receivers and potential salaries in free agency which reminded me of my dominator index for receivers. For those who don’t remember the dominator index, basically it’s a measure of how much of the offense a receiver accounts for. We break down each receiver […]