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  1. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    True but he isnt worried about that. He is worried about one more contract with the most guaranteed money he can get which he believes with be a lot more than 14.5 million.
  2. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Minimal. I can't imagine many or even any other players would sit an entire year like he just did especially when he just gave up 14.5 million guaranteed in hope's of maybe 30 million guaranteed. If it was some QB who could get a 200 million dollar deal I suppose they could sit rather than make 20-25 million or whatever it is, but the team would just keep tagging him. Bell is a special unique case for a unique individual. I don't see what he did changing much of anything other than showing other players how silly it is to give up a ton of money. Imagine if Bell were to sustain a major knee injury or Achilles inury or something before he is able to sign his deal. He would be a poster child for why you should sign the tag.
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    FFPC 12 team PPR, 1.5 ppr for TE Leveon Bell, Elijah Mcquire, David Njoku For Dalvin Cook, Chargers Defense Teak getting Cook has no real RB-2 and is currently one victory point away from a 1st round bye.
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    38 now Assuming nothing super major I could fully retire at social security age. I plan to semi retire at 50-55 which is basically just working part time. I will probably never 100% fully retire unless I am unable to work. I plan to always have some sort of earned income for fun stuff. Nevr know though. My dad retired at 48, is 70 now, and hasn't worked a day since 48.
  6. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Guessing he came to Pittsburgh to make the Steelers think he would sign, hoping they badly didn't want him to sign, hoping they would rescind the tag.
  7. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    You should take Joe Thomas off that list. And that's a pretty short list when you consider almost 2,000 players
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  9. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    How many players suffered career ending injuries last year?
  10. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Say Bell gets the same contract David Johnson got. Had he played this year and got hurt, he would only need like 8 million guaranteed next year to "break even". He could have torn his ACL in the playoffs and easily still gotten that next year.
  11. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Poor logic. Even if he got hurt it would 99% likely be non career ending, so he would still get a contract, and probably still a decent one. Plus the fact he could easily get hurt outside of football. Unless of course he isn't training, in which case there is no way he gets a huge deal if he is out of shape. So in your example, I EASILY take the 14.5 million now with the 70% change of 30 more million because that 35 million in the future is absolutely NOT a 100% guarantee.
  12. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Thank you for even more clearly pointing out that you have no idea what you are talking about.
  13. ghostguy123

    Le'Veon Bell

    Its beyond obvious he is going to the highest bidder with the highest guarantee no matter what. He just passed up 15 million for one year on a super bowl contender for crying out loud.
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    So if the season ended today we would have the #5 pick?