LeGarrette Blount’s contract carries $2.5 million in bonus potential for TDs , yards and playing time, but they’re all considered not likely to be earned. He rushed for 766 yards and two TDs, playing 31.3% of snaps in 2017. Benchmarks are higher than those.
Houston Texans News
JJ Watt wants Texans to rock Oilers Columbia – Houston Chronicle
JJ wants the Baby Blues!
Oilers reunite at Eddie V’s – Houston Chronicle
Dan Pastorini and Warren Moon were among those at the event.
How Tyrann Mathieu got his Honey Badger nickname – Houston Chronicle
See how the Honey Badger came to be.
VIDEO: Deshaun Watson updates his rehab progress – HoustonTexans.com
Hear from Deshaun himself on how he’s doing.
Carolina Panthers’ bidding reaches $2.5 billion – ESPN
We could be in for a record here.
Broncos to buy back portion of minority stake in team – NFL.com
Broncos are also looking to shake up their ownership.
Adam Schein can Gee Tee Eff Oh with this latest prediction of the playoff teams in each conference. Not only are the Titans not in his predictions, THEY AREN’T EVEN A BUBBLE TEAM. ARE YOU SERIOUS???? He’s got the Browns and Bills on the bubble (neither have a good QB) and to add injury to insult he’s got the Raiders, who have certainly regressed this offseason in the playoffs. I don’t get it, but please blow up Schein’s mentions. This is stupid.
John Clayton takes some time with Jim Wyatt to speak about some Titans topics.
Deion Sanders is the Adam Schein of former players.
Cam Wolfe thinks that the Titans addition of Malcolm Butler will pay off. I completely agree. It’ll be a fun secondary group to watch.
Suh will not be going to Oakland for a visit, and instead will return home to Portland to mull his options.
The Bengals managed to lure Preston Brown back home to Cincinnati from the Bills in free agency.
The only down side seems to be it is on a one-year deal. Interestingly, the Eagles signed wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to a one-year deal last offseason as he was hoping to prove himself and eventually get a longer contract when the one-year ran out.
Last season the Eagles gave Jeffery, the top free agent wide receiver, a huge payday in order to get him to join their team. He actually signed a one-year, $14 million deal in the offseason, but after playing well in the early part of the season, the Eagles signed him to four-year extension in December worth $52 million.
The 2017 season was effectively an audition for both sides.