Wize1

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  1. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Thanks, you're right, technically. He can't sign a contract immediately, but they can agree on an extension that technically can't be signed until after the last game of the season. So there is a situation where they can go, look, come back under the tag, and we're paying you XYXYXY at the end of the season.
  2. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    They can still negotiate an extension if he agrees to return and signs the tag for 2018.
  3. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Well, there is one thing they can do. Pay him what he wants.
  4. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Pouncey signed a contract in 2014 that at the time, made him the highest-paid center in the NFL. Who is he to lecture Bell on his own contract status? What a hypocrite.
  5. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    It's a bad look for the offensive line. Most players don't get involved in fellow teammates' contract business. That goes for pretty much all sports. Guys hold out all the time and it's really nobody's business but their own. Emmitt Smith held out for 2 months, came back and the Cowboys won a Super Bowl. So yeah, let's not be reactionary and make this into more than it is.
  6. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    No bouncing back from what, exactly?
  7. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    This is all much to do about nothing. I think Bell will report soon, well before week 10, and he'll still be a stud the majority of the season. Conner seems like a fine player, but he's not Lev Bell. Unless Conner has a huge Week 1, the pressure is going to be on the Steelers to get Bell into camp.
  8. Christian McCaffrey 2018 Outlook

    I'm not being fooled by this preseason workload. Based on Ron Rivera's history, I have no doubt CJ will be heavily factored in once the real games start.
  9. Peyton Barber 2018 Outlook

    This RB situation sounds like it's going to be a headache to deal with all year.
  10. Michael Gallup 2018 Outlook

    Not only had the TD, but he got wide open on another deep play and the backup QB couldn't hit him.
  11. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    He's not a "sexy" pick, but he's a workhorse who just beasts, and he's going to get a ton of opportunity. Really excited about him in a new offense. He's going to have a monster year. Current ADP is an insult.
  12. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    In the words of Stephen A. Smith. This guy needs to STAY. OFF. THE. WEEEEEED.
  13. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    New Browns starter Antonio Callaway was cited for marijuana possession on Sunday morning Browns rookie receiver Antonio Callaway was promoted to the team’s starting offense on Monday. The day before, Callaway was stopped in his vehicle for a traffic violation at 2:59 a.m. by Strongsville police and cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license. Callaway came to the Browns with a checkered past. He was suspended his last season at Florida for involvement in a credit card fraud case. After declaring for the draft, he tested positive for marijuana at the NFL scouting combine in February. According to the police incident report obtained by ESPN Cleveland, Callaway was driving his vehicle and was stopped at 2:59 a.m. on Aug. 5 when officer Eric Schubert observed him failing to yield to oncoming traffic while turning onto Howe Road.
  14. Derrius Guice 2018 Outlook

    What part of that is confusing you? Both were productive under Gruden in limited roles, before injuries and/or more talented players came aboard, but Gruden used them well and neither of them have even a fraction of the talent that Guice does.
  15. Tavon Austin 2018 Outlook

    Personally I wouldn't touch this guy. I find it hard to believe the Cowboys' "brain trust" -- and I use that term very loosely -- is going to be able to get anything out of him that Sean McVay was unable to.