Joey Bosa & some barnstorming team called the Chargers have agreed to a 5-year, $135.0 million contract extension.
It has $78 million guaranteed at signing, and $102 million in total guarantees.
Whatever helps impoverish the Spanos family & helps facilitates a Chargers sale has to be a
Michael Bennett has retired.
It's a combination of the 11 years he's already played, the COVID issue, and the fact that he discovered he liked spending time with his family during the lockdown.
He leaves with three Pro Bowls to his name and a Super Bowl title.
Today is all about getting paid:
The Chiefs and DT Chris Jones agreed to a four-year contract worth $85 million.
$60 million is guaranteed.
Proving there's some money left in the kitty after Mahomes got paid.
Actually, Mahomes' extension left the salary cap flat for the next two
So, aside from today being someone's special day,
I figured why not remind all the [DFO] readers about the gloriousness that is "The Twelfth".
July 12th commemorates two great victories in the "War of the Two Kings" (if you don't want your car blown up), the Williamite War (if you do), or
Julian Edelman, noted by nfl.com as "one of the few active Jewish NFL players", has offered to take DeSean Jackson to the Holocaust Museum in DC to help educate each other.
In exchange, he wants Jackson to take him to the African-American Museum of History and Culture so
Well, it looks like the Chargers will pick up Roger's mantle & at least possibly maybe consider Colin Kaepernick for their bench.
"I haven't spoken with Colin, not sure where he's at as far in his career, what he wants to do, but Colin definitely fits the style
Apparently, Todd Gurley passed his physical with the Falcons.
He signed with them a couple of months back, but had to wait until this week to take his tests due to Corona restrictions.
It is a one-year contract that includes a $2 million signing bonus, $3.5 million fully
The Chargers are cutting Travis Benjamin.
In order to stay with the team last year, he agreed to a pay cut & a team void option for 2020.
He responded by playing in only five games and caught only six passes for 30 yards.
Two Monday Night Football rumours
Welcome to my last post of the year.
I asked Seamus if he wouldn't mind switching with me, and he readily agreed since it's taking longer than he expected to get the squirrel piss out of the carpet. #thoughtsandprayers
I will be away from the #content mines for a couple of weeks.
What Florio is already calling "Spygate 2" (Electric Boogaloo) involves the Patriots "Not the football operation" film crew filming the Bengals sideline for eight solid minutes from the press box.
Belichick claims no involvement in the affair:
"I'm really focused on getting ready for the Bengals here."
The only major NFL news of the day is about the Tyreek Hill hearing with the NFL's investigation team.
This is in response to police being called to Hill's home twice in March when Hill's 3-year-old son suffered a broken arm.
The meeting took about eight hours. And Mike
February 26, 1919 - The Grand Canyon Becomes A National Park
First afforded Federal protection in 1893 as a Forest Reserve and later as a National Monument in 1908, Grand Canyon did not achieve National Park status until 1919, three years after the creation of the National Park Service in 1916,