An Agent Perspective on Trent Richardson Signing with the Raiders and Some Raiders Thoughts

From my perspective as someone who, again, isn’t an agent yet, I find Richardson’s signing with the Raiders to be an interesting case study in some of the thoughts I have on different ways to look at player’s contract. Like with the Suh article I wrote yesterday, I don’t think I have all the answers […]

2020 Compensatory Picks Potential

With the deadline for placing the franchise or transition tag on players now in the past, we can take a closer look as to how teams could approach free agency with respect to gaining potential for compensatory picks a year from now. A few of the factors that come into judging potential for each team […]

Looking at the Browns Past QB Trades That Built The Roster They Have Now

Next week I will be appearing on my friend Jack Duffin‘s podcast titled, “The Paul Brown Show,” so I’m looking over some of his questions for the upcoming episode to prepare. I hope you’ll be able to listen, I love talking about the Browns and the process they’ve gone through over the last few years; […]

Aaron Donald Cashes In With Record Setting Contract

Aaron Donald officially became the highest paid non quarterback in league history today when he officially signed a six year, $135 million contract extension. The contract has nearly $87 million in guarantees and pretty much deserves every accolade that it is receiving today on social media. Mike Florio has the contract particulars over at PFT […]

Potential Teddy Bridgewater Trade Destinations

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 […]