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Are Huge Quarterback Contracts Hurting Teams?

Are Huge Quarterback Contracts Hurting Teams?

In this past offseason, Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks Joe Flacco and Dallas Cowboys Tony Romo received similar hefty paydays through contract extensions at $120 million and $119.5 million, respectively. These high figures weren’t anything new, just the latest ones representative of a quarterback contracts trend that has been rising in total value as well as guaranteed

Woodson Still Awaiting Interested Teams, Romo Just Needs to Perform

Woodson’s Phone is Not Ringing After getting cut by the Green Bay Packers last month, veteran cornerback/safety Charles Woodson is a man without a team. Age is not on his side and Woodson said of this on Friday’s NFL AM, “I’m 36, so of course I’m considered ancient in the game right now, and teams

Cowboys in Talks to Extend Romo’s Contract, Bears Not Doing So for Cutler

On Wednesday, the Dallas Cowboys and representatives for quarterback Tony Romo have started “informal” talks for a contract extension. Romo, 32, is in the final year of his deal with $16.8 million counting against this year’s salary cap. The Cowboys have discussed the possibility of Romo as “partner” while team looks to cut its $20 million

Geno Smith Will Throw at The Combine, Cowboys Wants Romo to Have L-T Contract

Just one day after USC quarterback Matt Barkley said he’s feeling the pressure to perform at the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith’s agent said the player will go all out. According to NFL.com’s Gil Brandt, he tweeted on Tuesday morning, “Spoke w/ Geno Smith’s rep, Jeff Nalley. Says Geno will do

Flacco’s Agent Thinks He Should Be Highest-Paid QB, Three NFL QBs Top Most Disliked List

Now that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has his Super Bowl ring and MVP award, he’s ready for his payday. Flacco’s agent thinks he should go big and become the highest-paid quarterback in the league. Rumors have been swirling that Flacco wants a $20 million paycheck. On Tuesday, his agent Joe Linta had been asked

Redskins Clinch NFC East, Cowboys Miss Playoffs Again

With their seventh straight win, the Washington Redksins (10-6) defeated the Dallas Cowboys (8-8) 28-18 and grabbed the NFC East title after a 13-year drought. The game’s MVP was Redskins rookie running back Alfred Morris. He ran for 200 yards and three touchdowns. For the season with his 1,613 yards, he surprassed Clinton Portis’ 2005 record

NFL Roundup: Panthers Shock the Falcons, Cousins Leads Win over Ravens, Late Dallas Win

There’s lots of interesting wins on this NFL Week 14 from the first set of games. The Carolina Panthers stunned the Atlanta Falcons with a win; Washington Redskins backup quarterback Kirk Cousins led the team to an OT victory over the Baltimore Ravens and in another team facing a dark day, the Dallas Cowboys won