New Coach, New offensive system, same old underachieving!
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Never heard of him but I’m not too concerned with a lowly TE coach.Hastur said:The Lunda Wells hire has me scratching my head a little.
I basically just remember him being crap in Washington, not expecting much.Clinton-Dix is younger than Heath & so far has been a better player.
Ha Ha is a former 2nd-team All-Pro (& Pro Bowler) who could get to that level again under the right circumstances.
Hard to invest in a guy with no production and lots-o-injuries. Plus I think were finally gonna get our Hog in the middle.Collins got 1 year 6 million with the Raiders...gotta think that would be doable for the Cowboys. Makes me think they don't value him like I thought they did.
A source on #Cowboys negotiations with QB Dak Prescott wouldn’t describe a contract resolution as close but said discussions not contentious and Prescott will emerge as highest-paid NFL player. Fact April 6 offseason start postponed is factor in that it eliminated team deadline.
I don’t suspect that’ll be a big issue with a pass-rusher. If Smith is even remotely close to what he was, it’s highway robbery salary-wise.Hasn’t played football in i believe 4 yrs
2 mil in salary and 2 mil in sack incentivesI don’t suspect that’ll be a big issue with a pass-rusher. If Smith is even remotely close to what he was, it’s highway robbery salary-wise.
I’m assuming he’ll start out as a situational pass-rusher & go from there. These are the type of players you take chances on (as long as the contract is reasonable).
More on Aldon Smith's contract: He will earn a $910,000 base salary and $40,625 every time he is on the active gameday roster, totaling $650,000. He has incentives totaling $2 million. If he reaches eight sacks, he will get $500,000, 10 sacks will earn him $1 million, 12 sacks equals $1.5 million and 14 sacks would net him $2 million. In addition to the bonus money, it equals a one-year deal worth up to $4 million.4 mil is free?