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id pay him now, he certainly deserves it more far more than other recent qbs on rookie contracts who got extended...eg, Carr, GoffMahomes is cost-controlled for 2 more seasons if the Chiefs want (final year of his rookie deal in 2020, 5th year option in 2021), although some believe that he'll sign a mega-deal sometime this off-season once he's allowed to
team has a out on Juszczyk. Paying $5.2M for a FB is dumb when its more than the next 2 FB's combined. can save like $4M cutting him then resign him at a lower rate.Manny Sanders and Armstead are their biggest priorities, surely?
Did I miss a chargers lead press conference to announce the parting of ways with one of the franchises best players ever or are they genuinely just a shit organisation who didn't do one?The Chargers announced Philip Rivers will enter free agency.
"I've said before that Philip can still compete at a top-starter level and, in a perfect world, number 17 is your quarterback forever," GM Tom Telesco stated in his press release. "Obviously, we live in an imperfect world where the only constant is change." The Chargers have a lot of moving pieces to address this offseason, but Rivers was always expected to be on his way out given the circumstances. The veteran closes his 16-year tenure with the organization as the franchise's all-time leader in completions (4,908), passing yards (59,271), and passing touchdowns (397), having started every game for the Chargers since 2006. The Buccaneers and Colts have both popped up as potential landing spots for the 38-year-old signal-caller this offseason.
Los Angeles Chargers on Twitter
Feb 10, 2020, 1:03 PM ET
Seattle seems a nice landing spot, teaming up with Ed Dickson again.NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent Greg Olsen is expected to sign with a team by the end of the week.
It's been a hectic few days for Olsen, who announced an XFL game for Fox on Sunday before traveling to D.C. for Monday's meeting with the Redskins. His free-agent tour will continue Wednesday when he visits the Seahawks. The former Panther also held a sit-down with the Bills last week. The veteran expects to make a decision on his next team by the end of the week. A 13-year vet with three 1,000-yard receiving seasons on his NFL resume, Olsen turns 35 next month.
Ian Rapoport on Twitter
Feb 10, 2020, 9:10 AM ET