OK, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. There’s no reason to wait anymore.
Jimmy Garoppolo got $27.5 million per year in February.
Kirk Cousins got $28 million a year in March.
It’s time for Rodgers to top them all.
Trump’s vast outlay of cash, tracked through public records and totaled publicly here for the first time, provides a new window into the president’s private company, which discloses few details about its finances.
It shows that Trump had access to far more cash than previously known, despite his string of commercial bankruptcies and the Great Recession’s hammering of the real estate industry.
Why did the King of Debt, as he has called himself in interviews, turn away from that strategy, defying the real estate wisdom that it’s unwise to risk so much of one’s own money in a few projects?
The new eyes belong to Giants offensive coordinator Mike Shula and tight ends coach Lunda Wells, who is new to the position after playing and coaching offensive line. The playbook looks familiar, however.
Pat is calling the plays, so it’s very similar, Carter said. He has changed some things up, some words around, some plays around. This is his baby now.
The Vikings boasted one of the best offenses in the NFL last season, with receivers Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, tight end Kyle Rudolph, and running backs Dalvin Cook, Jeremiah McKinnon and Latavius Murray.
In Minnesota, we had a lot of talent. I feel like the receivers and tight ends here can do the same things, Carter said. Like he did in Minnesota, there is a lot of multiple tight ends and multiple formations to keep people on their toes.
If Carter has an upper hand, he isn’t banking on it.
Griffin’s tale is an incredible one, as the linebacker with one hand has seen his story sweep the globe since the Seahawks made the pick. Expectations will likely keep ballooning given the hype, but the Seahawks themselves simply expect a linebacker with superb speed to consistently be around the ball and offer some quality blitzing in sub-packages.
The guy with the biggest impact on the Seahawks this year is going to be Penny, even if he’s seeing some of the spotlight shine elsewhere.
New Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Vita Vea gets to keep doing what he does best after hearing his name called at No. 12—clog lanes.