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  1. Marcus Allen may be put on IR freeing the spot for Joseph else I would think UG3 if cut.
  2. Conner signed a one year contract for $1.25 million plus a $500,000 signing bonus for a total deal of $1.75M - all fully guaranteed.
  3. Now this - "Deshaun Watson's attorney: Sexual encounters with massage therapists were consensual" https://theredzone.org/Blog-Description/EntryId/14902/Deshaun-Watson-s-attorney--Sexual-encounters-with-massage-therapists-were-consensual
  4. and since 2009 Tomlin and/or Colbert attended the Pro Days of ever player they drafted in the first round. The entire coaching staff did attend a Zoom meeting with Collins.
  5. Here's a scouting report on Ballage from WalterFootball for the 2018 NFL Draft - https://www.walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2018kballage.php
  6. Total Cap Liabilities: $185,225,969 Top 51: $159,198,842 Team Cap Space: $8,692,586 Offense: $83,302,313 Defense: $76,433,196 Special: $6,723,333 https://overthecap.com/salary-cap/pittsburgh-steelers/
  7. According to Spotrac, Dallas now has the league's second-highest-paid quarterback, tied-for-second-highest-paid running back (Elliott), fourth-highest-paid wide receiver (Amari Cooper), three of the league's 40 highest-paid offensive linemen (Zack Martin, Tyron Smith and La'el Collins) and one of the NFL's six highest-paid defensive players (DeMarcus Lawrence). Ten percent of the 31 NFL players making $20 million per year or more reside on the Dallas roster.
  8. From Ian Rapoport - "The breakdown: — $12.925M signing bonus. — $1.075M base salary — 4 voidable years to spread out the cap hit (technically a deal through 2025), voiding after the season. So, 1 year, $14M with a greatly reduced cap hit." From Tom Pelissero " #Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's new contract for 2021 utilizes a signing bonus, minimum base salary and voidable years to free up about $15 million of cap space, per source. Big Ben takes a $5M paycut, from $19M to $14M, giving the team much-needed breathing room."
  9. I agree. According to several reports the 2021 salary cap will have a one time jump of 25 to 35 plus Million due to several factors - new tv contracts, a 17th game, two more playoff teams and players percent of revenues increasing from 47% to 48.5%. IMO teams will have a difficult time determining what a top tier FA should be signed for in 2021.
  10. Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said "things are fixing to heat up" in contract talks with impending free agent Dak Prescott. "I know he wants to get his contract in the rear view mirror and we want it too," said Jones Thursday. "We are going to have a real urgency to get this done." It seems Prescott, who turned down an extension that would have netted him $33 million annually last offseason, is prepared to play hardball with Dallas, implying he could hold out if the team assigns him the franchise tag. Jones said the Cowboys don't feel any added pressure with Patrick Mahomes likely to reset the quarterback market on his upcoming extension. The Cowboys have their work cut out for them with Dak, Amari Cooper and top corner Byron Jones all coming off the books this offseason. SOURCE: Fort Worth Star-Telegram Feb 7, 2020, 9:00 AM ET
  11. He had 51 interceptions - the most ever by a strong safety in NFL history. He also had 19 fumble recoveries. Well deserved election to the HOF.
  12. Richard and Kitna not being retained. "David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports the Cowboys will not retain DBs coach/passing-game coordinator Kris Richard. It's been a rough start to 2020 for Richard, who in a matter of weeks has gone from being a head-coaching candidate with the Giants to out of a job entirely. The Cowboys are also moving on from QBs coach Jon Kitna as new coach Mike McCarthy plans to bring in his own staff. Richard, a six-year NFL vet who began his coaching career under Pete Carroll in Seattle, shouldn't be out of work for long. Perhaps he'd be a fit for the Vikings, who recently fired long-time defensive coordinator George Edwards. McCarthy is expected to tap Texas A&M's Maurice Linguist as his new secondary coach."
  13. From Peter King article - "One last point: Is it not interesting to you, or glass-ceiling-breaking, that McCarthy, in his next organization (if there is one) wants to create a 14-person Football Technology Department, has found new plays to add to his playbook by watching every snap of 2019 football, or wants to hire two coaches who would exclusively study trends and propose ideas during the season that position coaches and McCarthy do not have time to look for?" https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/01/06/nfl-wild-card-tom-brady-fmia-peter-king/?cid=rotoworld
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