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"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on NFL Live
"Is going to have something to say about that. I think we are in for. Maybe one of our best seasons because right now yes. The chiefs are the hands on favorite because they have the. Mvp offense in the attic. Clyde it was Allaire but would you be surprised. Who saw the forty niners? The Saint Seattle the Ravens. I to me when we do get this. Nfl season started. It's going to be outstanding. I like that. Glass half full vigor. We'll take it and you know what I would agree with you. All that continuity is always an advantage but never more so than right now given what we're dealing with still to come on. Nfl Live to Tunga Bilo announced. He'll be wearing number one for the Miami Dolphins. But will he be the first to speak of field? We'll talk about that and Odell Beckham Junior. Says it's going to be as best year yet. Baker Mayfield expected to bring the browns back. Last or Moore will take up. Cleveland do a ton of Iowa has a number in the NFL and it's one. He wore thirteen in college but Dan Marino's thirteen retired by the Miami Dolphins Tango. Tweeting this image of himself in the number one jersey adding for the audience of one. He's the first quarterback in dolphins history to sport number one other. Notables Include Oilers Legend Warren Moon Former Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in cardinals. Qb Tyler Murray Heat legend. Chris Bosh also wore one at his Jersey retired for the dolphins. It's been mostly specialists Matt Turkey and Cody Parkey. Among the most notable players to wear it are dame you like it you like the number one choice literally I do. I mean he's there number one bit lot of expectations for tool. I love it. I love you bringing a fresh new energy to the Miami. Dolphins and I actually think I think he's a great situation down there with the dolphins because you know this is not a situation where they need to learn to rush them into this and to the quarterback position they have Ryan Patrick as a bridge. Got Down there now also brought in chain gaily and now was the offer. The coordinator who Ryan Fitzpatrick had the most success with. So I think it's a great opportunity for two or to learn to see how Ryan Fitzpatrick works operates. And then you know maybe this year maybe next year where he becomes a starting quarterback so I think he's in a very good situation down there with the dolphins. Listen Dame I totally agree but how many times have we heard this. And how many times have we seen a team reverse course especially field when you look at the hype at this guy just picking a number you know. How difficult will it be to so so-called redshirt him for a season? You Know Wendy. I'm glad you asked it that way. Because they're probably people watching. Nfl Live right now. Saying I get it. It's may six spend. We're in the midst of a global pandemic but we really talking about uniform numbers. No the uniform number selection is emblematic of the fact that two is the most anticipated dolphin. I believe since Dan Marino and I'm not saying he's going to be an marina but the team has had a gap in starpower since that time specifically star power that has either met expectations or arrive with the expectations. That has now that being said I actually think Ryan Fitzpatrick is the perfect veteran to have front of two of for this reason? You know that Ryan Fitzpatrick can help you win football games. He did so during the last half of last season they went four and four down the stretch. But he's a veteran more importantly it's been there done that he's seen it all. There's going to be any EGO involved with Ryan Fitzpatrick. He starts the season as qb one and he gets yanked after three games going to be something. You have to massage week to week. Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to give you whatever he has and if the team is either not competitive. Enough or fits is struggling. Yes it's going to be. The urge the temptation right now to slow play too. But let's be honest as is the case almost every year a team change their mind. I was thinking about Blake Bortles. Who was supposed to redshirt for the Jaguars until we did? These things happen. But for right now I do believe that Ryan. Fitzpatrick gives them a good runway going into the season. I truly can't believe that we continue to have this conversation about to about red shirt and let me say this. If the Miami Dolphins doctors clear to a ton of law he needs to be on the football field. You talked about it earlier in the show. One of the most valuable things is not only having a franchise quarterback but having a young quarterback on rookie deal because it gives your team so much more flexibility where you got to put him on the field to get that franchise got rookie deal and actually get in plane in so the whole idea of red shirt. He's GonNa go through growing pains. It's going to be a learning curve. Why not do that one? Rather than a year too because sets all of your one you bring him back to your to essentially year two is his rookie year. So I'm not at all in favor of red shorting quote unquote to if to it is medically cleared by the Miami Dolphins Doctors. He needs to start sooner than later. And also Wendy. As far as him ran the number one. Listen when you're six foot and two hundred and ten pounds you can wear whatever hail number you want. So he's GonNa look good in single. Digit numbers only affect fat guys. And if you go back to college football when you see big defensive Lineman like Derrick Brown wearing number five. He looks massive. I am so glad at any. Nfl They do not allow big is to wear a single digit numbers tool will look outstanding in the number one. It's a matter of fact he might look a little taller which I know he would appreciate all the book. I can't believe you said that I know you. I know you look like a number one and then bucks uniform. Come on eight on the Big Dogs. Do much man they would. I would have loved to have won a single digit number but understand this single digits. Make you look water okay. That's just like when you're looking at fashion. There's a certain thing. Big never wear horizontal stripes. You always were vertical lines that way you look taller and you look leaner. Also in. That is don't wear single digit numbers right there. You go day you heard the man if nothing else. I all right. That's the last word on. I just left him speechless. Book All Right Fair Enough FROM FROM JERSEY NUMBER. One to a former number one overall pick to debbie on cloudy has yet to find a landing spot. He says though. He is healthy and ready to contribute. Here's cloudy. I don't know what people think I'm hurting. Because I went through coral or previous years a wedding. No but I'm ready. I'll be ready to go whenever coming us. I get best hurry through. The process of me is really just taking my time so I didn't know Russia Right Opportunity in the right time for me all right field. What the level of interest in. Where do we stand regarding potential spot for cloudy? Well Wendy. Let's be clear. Debbie and cloudy needs to let everybody know that he has interested in being with them right. Because he's unsigned that he wants a lot of money right now but a return to Seattle might make. Some sense actually might be unlikely as our own Brady Henderson. As reported that a source has told him. It's unlikely that cloudy does return to Seattle and a couple of pieces of context to keep in mind is at the beginning of the season in free agency. The seahawks would have liked to have cloudy back. But you know something. His stalling lead them to make a series of other moves including but not limited to resigning. Bruce Irvin former first round pick of the team Benson Mayo a free agent acquisition. Who quietly put together. A nice pass rushing season last year so it may be that the allocation of resources was put elsewhere and that the seahawks may have had more interest among and a half ago. But you know timing can be everything not just in life but in free agency. So clowning may be looking to change ZIP codes this off season and may need to take a one year deal to reestablish his value going into twenty twenty one. Well feel to your point if I'm dave on cloudy. I don't think there's any way I'll take a one year deal. He he was a number one. Overall pick he got franchise. He's already played six years. I think the biggest issue feel too windy that we perceived on cloudy as this force as a defensive. A pass rushing aspect. He's only got what thirty two or thirty three sacks and six years his and Sachs is not in the half and he had nine just past. Here you only had sex. I'll say this and people do. This may come as a shock to people to Debbie on. Clowney is a better run defender than pass rusher. I'll say that again. He's better run-defender then pass rusher. And what do we pay a premium for in our league is not run defenders otherwise will still be playing. I couldn't rush the passer. I talk a whole all day loan but I think the bigger issue is. He had to drop his price. He and his agent. We're sitting there saying okay. We want twenty twenty one twenty two million dollars a year we want Aaron Donald or Khalil. Mack money those guys are pass rushers. He is not a pass rusher therefore we saw him in his agent law the price anytime a player lowest price to me. That's a smoke signal. What nobody won't you at that price? And so I think for me beyond cloudy I would not take one year deal. I think he's going to have to find his situation and probably lower his price even more. Because we're thinking of him as a dominant defense event in the past aspect. He's not that he is a dominant run player. But run players are not what we pay eighteen thousand nine hundred million dollars a year. And I think that's the conundrum that's going on right now. Cloudy one team or one side is saying we won't twenty million a year as a pass rusher and the NFL is saying big. You're not that good of a pass. Rusher only thirty two sacks and six years. Well I'm bugging. The fish is the last noisy water. Sometimes it takes. It takes some time for that to sink in for him to understand the market. And that's where we are Perhaps Dak Prescott and Andy Dalton both in Dallas Carson Wentz and Jalen hurts are both in Philly which dynamic duo would we pick if we had to take one or the other? That's coming up straight ahead..
Fresh update on " million dollars" discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News
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"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Thursday against the best team internationally catalyze records the Los Angeles Dodgers. Let's it to fresh meadows, Kevin joins us these families up, Kevin Gerry. How're you doing tonight? Kevin, I'm doing well, what's happening dude. Quickening number one way, manage inbound going. Getting thirty five million is if he signs, a tweet a contract for thirty five million, you know, it goes on. But he's not getting thirty five million a year anymore. No way. No. How there's not gonna be team in baseball? That's going to overpay Bumgarner based upon past postseason performance. Now, does he have that resume? Yeah. Kenny still help a baseball team. They'll doubt if he had God, be interested in the New York Yankees, for sure. But this guy's been a major is going all the way back to two thousand nine phys all lot of wear and tear on that body, if you're thinking about what Bumgarner salary could look, I would say bomb going probably anywhere from the fifteen twenty one twenty two million dollar range. I think that even a lot. But I tell you what I'm doing. From Long Island. Tonight about the met. I'll tell you like. Talking about the Mets. They talked something going. Yeah. I know they're not playing gang bangers yet. Did not play in the world. But to win five minutes, six and four games. I believe it back my grits. Well, they walked it off today. They had Wednesday Thursday were in the eighth inning not in the ninth inning because you able to close those games out Wednesday. It was look era. Some Rajai Davis Thursday was Carlos Gomez with two run Homer. Well, if they've been finding ways to win it's been a bunch of different guys who've been shipping, and helping his team. It is the Washington nationals in a Detroit Tigers don't remember Kevin before this stretch of baseball. You had the Mets in Miami last week, losing three straight games. Everybody was talking about the managerial status of Calloway, and whether or not he was going to be here. So listen, I'm not pumping my chest with this team still under the five hundred Mark, but you hope that they have at the very least why did ship when they're going to stay phone? And at least have season beyond the all star break. You don't have to tell me about that Mon series three games. It was not a pretty weak it. I hope you were able to recoup some of those losses with take them here against the nationals. And the Tigers today was a big day. Let's just put it down. Here we go. Kevin. So it was a little extra gusto in Long Beach, not just from the common folk hanging at the beach, maybe having a couple of beverages and talk some baseball, but Kevin feeling good about himself because the Mets took care of business, and it was a big win for your wallet. That's what I'll talk about one hundred percent. And you have a great night, Kevin online, you have a wonderful, wonderful weekend. And I'm sure that weekend, Rodney high going into Sunday. And if you're walking off with a Tomas Nido walk off. The repel some winnings. Good feel good feel. Said to a story, speaking, a winning start. Good pal. Janis up next on a foul is Johnny. Hennessy. Now talking to John. Right. They're bored Gado Memorial Day weekend. Jersey shore Hennessy, and JJ after dark, what a beautiful mix. Clouds and Canada that fake wanna beat the Grassi rapper. The reason why the Toronto Raptors the NBA finals. Well, it wasn't that he was the lone reason for the raptors going to the NBA finals. But one of our callers wanted to give Drake a little bit more credit than he deserves..
Fresh update on " million dollars" discussed on Growth Marketing Today
"A poorly optimized funnel that works then spend six months or nine months making it at optimized if possible and reduce cost for acquisition fifty or seventy percent over those six months. That's kind of the the system. I've developed taking startups from anywhere up to sixteen million a year for one of them with that system took for years And kind of have now made my agency around the idea of i see so many good ideas for startups that fail because they never figure out how to get their idea up off the ground even to a million right ninety two percent of businesses ever make one million dollars and it's it's easy. It's not easy but it's simple to figure out the process that gets you there. I love it and then he kind of leading it into it already around that that playbook and equality the girl to market playbook was a play on words would would go to market. You also wrote an article about this on route tamer. So i'm going to link that on the show notes for people to check out if they wanted to read it but let's go through those by focus experiments and particularly one by one. The first one's really focused on key feature frustration. Can you talk a little bit about each experiment. And i can ask some. Follow up questions as you go so the idea at the very beginning as you have usually no real proof of how you want to go to market. You have an idea. You don't launch a product and go on. I was gonna buy this. But you don't have data and what i do to help bring that data in is there's a trade off you have to make in a startup where you decide to wish to spend money on wished to spend the time and the very earliest stages. The founder has no capital frequently. They don't have their own money if they do. They're already trade money for time if they don't they're waiting for an.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"So he hasn't even tried his shoulder. So I think they took will Greer who as you know, I really like second best quarterback in the draft. I think they took him not only as long term. I think they took him as potential short-term term is your he's an insurance, but he's he's an older drafty because he was that Florida First twenty four years of age he has a wife and daughter, so he's a more mature kid at this point. And again, I've said it from the start. He's got the it factor. He's got two of his siblings who are big internet stars. And he's a pretty big star in and of himself. He didn't have a good year last year. It was it was really good. It was thirty eight touchdowns to seven interceptions wing it. Well, I don't know. I just think he I think he's a little better than to do from what I've seen so far too kind of came apart. Stop is game became a part of the two hundred four to two and say, okay. Well, again, he was playing for Alabama. He's planning for West Virginia. Okay. But that shootout with Cuyler who that was a special game on a Friday night. I watched the whole thing that's one that was a classic. That's an instant classic fifty nine to fifty six. I believe. So the point is if we'll got thrown into the NFL fire week one and Charlotte, it wouldn't be too big for him. He would be able to stand up to it. He's that talented, and I think his his poise is that that strong. So he's got the right intangibles. He said the right things. Yes. Again, does he want to job this year, not not hugely? But I think he thinks he's position to have a long career. Charlotte in the fairytale. All this is he grew up just a few miles up the road from Charlotte and Davidson, so he's like Steph rooting for that team. It is a good fit. And there's going to be like you say he's a lot's going to be dependent on camps hill. How soon is kids place. I don't think he can be Cam out for job, but it came banged up and how much longer are we gonna keep playing a guy twenty one twenty two million dollars. And he's playing games twelve games season. Then that makes all real Greer. It's very much since his in the PC's, which was extraordinary cameras. Not quite lived up to that. So he's had a couple of rocky seasons. I just think you have like cauliflower body after a while like boxer does where you just get hit. So many times everything aches he is taking a lot of punishment. And I'm not sure how much more he can take going forward. So can they make him all pocket passer? Can he just exist? Because so much of what he does. It scares you. Ability outside of the pocket. Yeah. But I think the thing is what hurt him is that they call them quarterback hours you pull the garden tackling then have KM lead. I mean, really understand you call some some diagram run for the quarterback skip maybe a quarterback draw, but you're not running power with your quarterback. And he and he's gonna have to do a better job of getting rid of the ball to camera. Hold onto the ball. Ause those. Yeah. So he needs to know get rid of the football live to see another day. It's okay. Yeah. Interesting. How that competition will yet even cams leadership has been questioned because his body language doesn't always live up to being the leader of the team. He's had some off field issues with the media. So I don't know he's teetering a little bit. And this kid is in the perfect position to take them into the future campaign going. Not if he's healthy..
Fresh update on " million dollars" discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"Because of it. Angela Caravella is her name. She's from Kansas City. She bought a few scratch offs to pass the time. After her flight was canceled. And guess what? Yep, she ended up the big winner here in Florida. She purchased the fastest road ticket to $1 million scratch off from a public and Brandon She chose to take a one time lump sum payment of $790,000 See, that's That's Angela's luck, Right? That's Angie. Her flight is canceled, right? She wins a million dollars. She's going to get 790 grand me. Uh, that that never happens to me Like my flight. My original flight is canceled. Then my next flight is can't and then the next flight is canceled. That's just me. This is going to pan out. Great for you with your trip coming up soon, right. Guys are going to get so many stories after next week's flight. No doubt CC. It's five 26th out. Wdbo one. Oh, 73 FM and am 5 80 Good Thursday morning to you a quiet start to the day.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"But how many players are willing to do what lady beyond Bill did this year sit out and miss out on that amount of money? But I understand this. There's no organization that will allow Russell Wilson to sit out in virtual can do that with a running back. Yeah. It would take a game or two and they'd be begging Wilson come back. Listen, I think and again, I'm chief's fan. Patrick, Mahomes is the most talented. He does have next. He's more talented than Russell was. But his resume despite having an MVP doesn't match. Russell wilson. I think if Russell Wilson holders powder here and does wait until next offseason. He's going to get a two hundred million dollar contract to you. He's going to get every dime that Patrick Mahomes gets. I really believe the guy's been in Peckham. He has he has his resume speaks for itself. I just don't see the Seattle Seahawks going down that same road that they're witnessing all these other teams and organizations experiencing with paying the quarterback. And then struggling because now we don't have enough to put pieces around you. So that we don't be success. That's actually a great point. She brought up because I do believe that part of it is true because you think about eras right in Rogers when they were when you guys on your run he he was around twenty one twenty two million dollars a year. So I think it would be smart for Russell Wilson to take that into account because you boys nation if the playoff it's been a while. Right. Matt Ryan struggles cousin. The pleasure. Jimmy garoppolo. We ain't even seen them. So I think there's something to be said about getting maybe more up front now guaranteed and keeping your base salary a little bit lower. So that teams can go pay the Reggie normally I would agree with you. I, but I think what Russell Wilson. And I think is his agent have figured out is the salary cap just keeps going up. The CBA is is nearing. Patrick Mahomes is going to set a market and the salary caps going continue to escalate and then if they get into a new CBA what Russell Wilson doesn't want to do is sign a contract. Like he did the last time that had him number two behind Aaron Rodgers for a short blip of and now he's all the way down to the twelve highest paid quarterback. Yeah. I think he's looking for a deal that will was stand for while new money, and he will this when he's thirty thirty thirty one. This is. Win you strike. And then on the back end, you may cut on some slatting. But right now, you got a cat, and he deserves it. I mean when we look at this list, we can't name three quarterbacks that are that. I at least I would name three quarterbacks that I would put above Russell Wilson here. Like, Matt Ryan, no cousins. Absolutely. Not Jimmy Garoppolo. No matter. No dare car. No. So is he worth it? Absolutely. Has he has he put up the numbers to say? I am worth it. No doubt about it. And he's done it when they had a bad offense. Yes. Still put up numbers if that doesn't say to team that I'm deserving money. Then I don't know. What does I think also he saying to the Seattle light? Look I played in the most conservative offense other than what they did in Baltimore for Lamar Jackson. We ran the ball. We still have never found a true true number one receiver..
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Like six years for one hundred thirty nine point two million dollars with eighty five point four guaranteed. A lot of. I think I read something that he wants Aaron Donald money Aaron Donald Tomase. The you know, he's he could play defense event. He can play defensive tackle. I mean, he's just a rare breed. So I think it's a combination of Khalil Mack money. And Aaron Donald Aaron Donald makes about twenty is still average about twenty three million a year. And so I understand that. And then you throw in this whole show shoulder surgery. You have you know, he's not going to report to off season workouts sees and he's not going to get the surgery. He's not going to do the surgeon, and it's actually three to four Hilling process and go through the rehab and everything. So it's just kind of this weird dynamic. That's kind of in turn turned us you. This course, let's start there. Then do you blame him for using that shoulder surgery as leverage? No, I don't blame him at all. But to me, it's it's it's kind of perplexing. Because again, the the team is going to use everything in their advantage to negotiate. And if you have a bad shoulder, and you need sold shoulder surgery. Then when we're gonna say, well, if you have the shoulder surgery on how we gonna know what you're gonna come back and be you know, right lane up to the level that we it. You did before the surgery was done. And what the surge I think it's a torn labrum of if I'm not mistaken. But so that's probably not going to be a bad deal. But the the given the fact that you know, that's that's part of the bargaining chip for the Cowboys. And then, you know, tanks thinking, okay, I'm gonna hold you hostage. Because now the sudden we're delaying this thing because I guess we signs a deal needs to go and have it now before the season. So we ready, correct? Yeah. I mean, and so let's just prolongs a whole the whole the negotiate and everything. And so the Cowboys they're trying to use that. And I think it all comes down to kind of waiting it out. And look I twenty to twenty one twenty two million dollars is a ton of cash. But I think that there's gotta be some common ground. But I'm always with the player. You gotta try to get as much as you can. But just on this injury in the surgery just adds a different rankle to it. I mean, it really really does. So this is where things could get really complicated if DeMarcus Lawrence decides to wait until July if a deal doesn't get done until July..
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Top. Good morning, gentlemen. Let's go on. Allow man I'm out here back to work on my looker inside. But here's the thing. You know, AB we all have been to the grocery store and you see that kid. You know, they're having the phone because you want to candy. Yeah. And everybody in the store looking at him. You know, an mom gives to give them a chance. Shut him up. Basically what happened where you don't pay way? He was able to get out of here because I know it was first reported that he supposed to grow buffalo. I think shefty put that out there. And then they said, hey, be had threatened to retire that move was made. But you know, I think the right is made out just based on fact, you give up Cooper, you get all those first round picks for and now you get a player where AB. For the last six year a handicapped, you w the over yard. And he I mean, he's he's a writer player. He fits that mold. You know what I'm saying? So and if more was made for Vegas. So I really see I think that's a big part of it. I think the Vegas things a big part of that. And I moved to my car different pages. Right. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I hear you, man. Cream? We appreciate the call. Thank you. You know, productive player for the Oakland Raiders sugar. Look at a scenario where I mean, some people are going to say, well, you decide to pay Antonio Brown. Why wouldn't you pay Khalil Mack? Right. Yeah. A lot of people would say that. Why wouldn't you? I don't have the answer. A thirty one year old receiver and say, yeah, I want I want him. Now. I know Mayock is was not there was MacKenzie. There was there. It was really gruden's calls. Some would say there have been many published reports that say it was basically the owner Mark Davis. It may be a little bit of a tiff with Khalil max agent at the time saying I have no interest in giving Khalil Mack the contract that he wants and and him forcing the hand of that kind of a trade ties. But if you're gonna pay Antonio Brown, you're going say the guys at Le live, eat breathe football. Now. I know I was not there at that stage. Right. But why wouldn't you pay? Why would you look at Khalil Mack and say that's not a guy that I want to. That I that I pay and keep her. I know I only my only conspiracy are now if it's not the owner Davis, maybe just maybe it's Jon Gruden because he wanted to come came in. He smart sallow wacky. Maybe felt like he was inheriting this guy. That's the postal galley Brown ways. Bringing in the only reason I would say wasn't Gruden was because of that pep rally right before training camp. Remember that action? Remember that told the raider fans, we're going to get that guy. Max is he's a raider Scott about that. He did say that. Yes. I mean that would be the only reason why wouldn't take it was Jon Gruden but guys have been known to lie before. Yeah. And say one thing and do another. But I I do think it was Davis put that would be the only is. Okay. Yeah. Lizzy like that. It told me bribes a hell of a playmaker is a great player and as long as he's happy and always going to be a guy that on the football field going to make that offense a lot more dynamic. But you also trade a guy Khalil Mack is one of the better defensive players in the entire no doubt about that. Difference. Bank of Virginia talked to Christmas thing on radio dot com. Christian Taslima splits up. What's up, Chris? My thing is regardless if you own a hotdog stand on the corner you on the NFL team in the NFL. You gotta make sure you're in the people business. You gotta make sure people that you employ are happy. Now, the thing is they Tony Brown. All he wanted was a guaranteed contract. We all do that. They lost twenty one twenty two million dollars now towards the cab. While they had to do is give up we work his contracts where eight more of that money towards guaranteed money for him. And he would have been happy. All this would not have happened. I'm sure he went to owners his age, obviously, which arose out and said, you know, I won't guarantee money, and they're like, no sorry. You found a contract work at your contract. He wanted to guarantee money curse. I think it's more Chris hold on. I just I think it's a little bit more than the money that was going on with him. But the Steelers were Brown because I think a lot has to do with spruce. That's right. I think it was because he he I think brow felt like he was he was evolving into the into the young new hot receiver and the cohesiveness. Ness, what issues what what Rothlisberger and Brown that didn't help? I totally disagree on the money. I think all that was icing on the cake. And the reason it video when he was working on. He says if your cheese has guaranteed money, you said your team. So that means his team to not have guaranteed money for him. He wanted guarantee money. She did not want guaranteed. Surrealist guaranteed money. But they've all put a hold on a second. Hold on. He was taken care of. But they paid them already from a Steeler perspective. Bent over paid. Chris Chris they bend over backwards. If he can't get a loan Mike Tomlin, and you've got issues with Mike Tomlin who who's the ultimate players coach. Then then, you know, that's more. So on the player they. Else for the for the Steelers. This was more a case of. Yeah. Listen, they could have paid him to shut his mouth. But what we talk about bad messaging. What one message without set? They have not made it out of the first week about Tober ever with him. He's has all stars in other teach kids one of the best pitchers. He got three hundred thirty million a different sport, though. It's tough. Kgo radio versus another radio station. It's the same in the second. As Tonio is Antonio playing one hundred sixty two games in the regular season. Not the same no working out. They still work out. No, no, not playing. Stops. Doc. Not the same. It's not. It's not Patterson. Chris we appreciate the call. Chris. Your your guy. But that that's that's a stretch. What you just said there you realize here's let me ask you this in the next twenty four hours. Antonio Brown's raider jersey will be the highest highest selling jersey in not just in the NFL. But in sports, do I think it will be. Yeah. Yes. Probably. Yes. I think you'd think so I think it's gonna be up there. Yeah. I definitely think. So. Price was. Yeah. In the first twenty four hours after he announced the deal with the Philadelphia Phillies, Bryce Harper outsold. Lebron James when he made the decision to go the Lakers. I bet you don't think Antonio Brown's gonna do that. I disagree with you. And I'll tell you why one main reason, it's Reiter apparel. Raider apparel, sells, bro. It's the coolest callers bad ass logo people like that. But in the Phillies stuff, I gotta monitored us. Now, you got me out for a week. We're gonna monetised of twenty four hours. Okay. That's what I said. I send the first twenty four hours Harper's jersey as a Philly outsold. Lebron's is a Laker. Also, it's gotta be twenty four hours now. Correct fence on the weekend people on shopping online NOP stop, it doesn't matter. It's about the interest in the player about the interest in the player that was the point. And we know the point being we'll see it'll come out. It'll.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And I just wonder how many people are out there listening at this hour of the morning. I mean, a lot of people are still maybe celebrating. For the return of Frank Lu break after your vacation. I'm sure quite a few or happy to hear you back on the air. It seems like it was an eternity. But yeah, it was a great time off did nothing special a lot of people. Sometimes, you know, you're going, and you need a vacation after you come back. But in this particular case, I spent most of my vacation right at home. So I'm just a home body. I guess nice. How about this? You know, one thing I did do during my title. Of course last Sunday watch the football game and Lamar Jackson. This kid is just too much. I just hope he stays healthy doesn't become injured in some fashion. The way he runs is not that big guy, you know to begin with. I mean, you know as far as wages discern. But. There is the possibility now that going into the playoffs. Not just the possibility. It's a reality that he'll become the youngest quarterback ever to start a playoff game in national footballing history. Okay. He's twenty two I think going on twenty three you'll be twenty three soon. What he's right now. I think twenty two years of age I'll double check that. But I think I'm correct twenty two years of age. And and you don't he's six in one six wins and one loss, right? He took over and we're going to be playing the chargers this Sunday right Sunday, one o'clock, one o'clock, and we already beaten them once nice to Lamar Jackson. But who would have thought that Joe flacco with his twenty twenty one twenty two million dollars salary this year? I know there was an injury, and what have you? But who would have thought that if a beginning of the season that this young? Quarterback. Lamar Jackson as good as he was in college would have been leading the ravens to a turnabout. To now get them into the playoffs. I would never have bet on that at all. It's just amazing twenty two almost twenty three years of age. And you see how the team seems to respond to them differently than they did. Joe you. They responded us. They're playing differently. I don't know if you sat there like I said, this looks like a whole different team it does. And the thing is even when Joe flacco was playing there were times when he was settled the bench and looked like a zombie. Like, he wasn't really into it. Joe flacco. Yeah. He's a cool guy. Yeah. He he always looks like he's standing in line at the DMV. He's got that look on his face. That's that's flacco. But with Lamar Jackson. I it's like he's electrifying and the fans are into it right now. A lot of the fans who abandon the ravens because of what happened in London. Sort of knee and all that kind of stuff like that. And the fact that they were not not in the playoffs for what three or four consecutive years. I think a lot of people were losing interest in American America loves a winner man, they level winner. And they love somebody who is exciting to watch. But like you said, you worry about them having a short career, the only guy that I can remember, and I'm not a real big football guy at all. But the only scrambling quarterback that I can remember to finish his career. Scrambling was frantic Fran tarkenton. Well, a lot of people are comparing the Fran tarkenton because you never know never knew what? Fran Torkington he had to. I don't know. I don't know if I would compare them to tarkenton though, Frank Jackson really using scrambling around that much. He's running the ball obviously wanting alive. I don't think tarkenton scrambler, right, right? Ask you what you mean? Yeah. Go with that. Yeah. Well, you never know what he's gonna do. I like the way that he holds the ball as nobody's going to hand it off to someone. You know, he he just fakes every he's faked me out so many times, I can't believe it on camera. Right. It looks like it looks like Gus Edwards is going to have the ball. But then he keeps it in. And he's deceived. I think a lot of defensive players to. What else going? Well. This'll be interesting to the chargers have seen it. And now here's a team playing him for a second time. But it'd be interesting to see, you know, within come up with the put a spy on him, whatever it is. Speed is speed. Sometimes it just you can you can scheme. It all you want, and he can just run away from you know, you're a big sports guy. Rob. What prediction right now? I hate to say it. But I I gotta go chargers. I gotta go chargers you'd be wrong. I don't know. I think we know enough about Philip rivers right now are defense. Remember, our defense is the one that shut down rivers. Now the the way the defense played last week. The the charges probably would beat them. But if they come back and play the way they did against the chargers, I think they will beat them. Well, one thing to consider is just organization the ravens tend to win. They've been out of the playoffs now for a while. But the ravens organizationally historically tend to win games. Like this. The chargers tend to lose games like this. So I'm taking. I'm taking the Los Angeles chargers. But you know, it wouldn't surprise me at all of the ravens win. Okay. Just to be honoring. I'm gonna take the ravens. I don't think it's going to be any more than about a six point win. But I'm still gonna take the ravens. I just I'm looking at the headlines here today, and we're going to get into a lot of different things, especially local things. Can you believe it that Baltimore had more homicides? The New York in two thousand eighteen more homicides in New York and New York has eight point six million people Mortimer city has like what six hundred twenty five six hundred and thirty thousand people and that population, by the way, he continues to decline and here on the third day of two thousand eighteen you already had it in the news this morning, rob about Baltimore already. Seeing.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Well, I do think we part of what I said earlier that you've got to elevate these issues to the C suite, whether it's you actually have a diversity, including the reports to this video or there's some other structure, I think it is really important to have responsibility and accountability for these issues residing at the very top of the organization, and whether that's through your corporate governance committee on the board taking a look at these issues. Whether if your CEO COO having someone that reports to them have this in their portfolio. I think that is very key both for the signal that it sends unimportant this is but also to manage it. I mean, we have not managed to these issues. You know, historically, what your HR department was doing. And this is by no means to be critical. This is what everybody's because we all thought it was best practice. Employment cases were to be handled and contain employment costs were to be. Contained. So you took the case that came in you settled it as quickly as you could. And you moved on you dealt with at least that quickly as you could. And you can take your cost and you moved on. Nobody looked at patterns, you know, I sort of understand the Weinstein company's did what they did. Because no one had a practice of looking to see. Oh, we've now done ten settlements right for the same issue for the same guy or in the same sales office to see that I've got a pattern happening, especially if you're running a large organization was cost to doing business, and that was how it had been treated. But now now, and that's lead. Now, not toxic work cultures. And the business case for addressing toxic. We're culture in your businesses. People aren't going to come work for you. Millennials. They're looking at the values. They're looking at the news reports I've had people tell me once they've been in the news. They've had. Prospective employees say I'm not coming anymore. I don't wanna come. And you are in a war for talent. We're on a tight labor market talent. In information economy is the business investment you need to make. So I'm suggesting a different paradigm instead of employees clasping ones that we have to control and limit. It's time to make an investment, you know, it's time to extend yourself. You know, invest in what your culture should be take it as a C suite treated, just like a business imperative on the latest technology. You're investigating you're r&d. What is your business investments you need to succeed in the future? And I think it is having a better and more talented workforce. Having a more diverse workforce. Not just because it's right thing to do. And your consumer base is diverse. But you've got all this research, including from lots of business journal's that say diverse teams make better right? So that you need to have diverse. We're going to go to questions in just because the time is tight do each of you been involved in fascinating endeavors tied to current events. And. I want to ask you Lisa who are on legal team for Dr Blasi Ford. So can you share with us how she's doing? And what you think the impact has or hasn't been long-term of those signature historic hearings. Well, I can say that she's doing pretty well and trying to get back to normal life. She's still not living at home. She's fearful well, she's receiving threats. It's not safe yet to be back in her home. She still has a security detail that goes with her everywhere. I think the impact of what she did is significant. And I think it came on the heels or approximately a year after the Weinstein matter exploded in the metoo movement began, and I think what she did was incredibly courageous and a women who had been coming forward in the workplace looked at her and said, wow, what courage to come forward on a national stage. And I think she took the conversation and made it national in a way that it hadn't been before. And moved us forward. And I think that's important, and I think that will resonate with the country and move us forward. As a society and Tina you're involved in this time's up defense fund. And can you tell us this is for for people who need help legal health bringing bringing their concerns foward? How what are you learning and not experience? Yeah. We started the legal defense fund and last January first when the whole time is up movement was out of the lead by the women of Hollywood an illegal times. One was the first tangible effort by that movement to provide some structural change, and some assistance in this area. It's housed at the National Center here in DC and administered by them operates twenty one twenty two million dollars in counting at this point that much. It's not that was not as I keep saying this room while appreciate it. I keep saying we have thirty eight hundred cases, which is what has come forward. Since January one twenty for those of you pay legal bills. You know, twenty two million dollars isn't gonna go real far. So we're still increasing that effort, but it was intended for anyone who is a victim of workplace harassment sexual harassment to find legal help. And also anyone and this has happened on several occasions, if you are somebody who has spoken out about being a victim of sexual harassment, and you're being sued by the person that you have accused which has happened now one of the money station. I was Brett Ratner the director who sued now any call. Our who is a young production assistant years ago who wrote a blog post in response to make to the defamation case, she's got no access to legal fees defence fund is there for that. But it turns out, you know, low income women at the Taylor is targets achieve thirds of those three eight hundred are low income. Restaurant and bar markers hotel workers who it turns out not despite the efforts of Lisa and her colleagues in the plaintiff's employment bar on low income workers actually don't have enough access because they're the recovery is so low on the wages, and therefore the attorney's fee recovery is always economic relations. Exactly. And it turns out which we didn't expect. There are just dozens of low income workers have no access to help. So that's what the legal defense miles. Therefore, thanks for sharing that let's go to questions, and if you can please identify yourself. From earlier today at the Wall Street Journal CEO council annual meeting Tina Chen and Lisa banks moderator is Jamie Heller with the journal. Yes. Tell us who you are. Hi experiments at Oppenheimer funds. Thank you very much for these fascinating comments. All of us are are navigating through a changing world a lot of these issues, and we're trying to do the best. We can my question has to do with the double edged sword of what is literally affirmative action. So I'll give you the example, I'll tell my executive recruiter firms you need to give me. More diverse candidates. You need to start. Putting some of these resumes that represent diverse individuals at the top of the pile, and that's an entirely legitimate thing for for me to say, but upon hiring a person who happens to satisfy those criteria that person certainly doesn't want to hear that they got special preferences because it devalue their talent and skill if they know that their skin color or their gender was a factor in hiring. So how do in terms of creating a culture, how do you having an affirmative action culture where people as the company becomes more diverse? People may feel. Like there's criteria other than talent or qualifications being brought into these are the kinds of issues resonating far beyond business and the Harvard college case and Tina please try to try to try to take that what? It does this goes back to the top. Anything is setting a culture to say. You know, we want to have a diverse workforce, we value it at for all the reasons that business reasons the way, we want to reflect our consumers, and the culture that we're in and then you set criteria because we're not asking for going to the top of the piles fine. I should say that. That's the thing to do is what you're saying. Which is to present a diverse lake. Make sure all your people are hiring are looking from a diverse slate. But then set the criteria the same. I asked him for different criteria to be set you want everybody still to be touched by the same here. But I will say after he's made sure the criteria themselves are gender neutral. Because remember there's a lot of criteria out. There is this somebody can take to the board is this someone who is aggressive enough. You know that are actually not necessarily true gender neutral actually criteria that are relevant to actual performance of the job. They are in. Mm cells fused with bias. So you wanna make sure that you're setting criteria that are truly neutral criteria. But then you should apply that criteria issued letting people know we're applying the criteria across all of the slates. But would you want the slates to be diverse? And I think if you have diverse lights at the start end and let people make their own decisions at the back end on what you will over time become more diverse. And I think if you're salons you're sending a message, we're holding everybody to the same standards because we've also made sure our standards are fair to everyone. That's that's a message that will resume. Other questions. Yes..
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I wanna hear from you eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six and we've got a lot of reaction and understandably so on this blockbuster deal at is nearing the finish line between the Seattle mayonnaise and the New York Mets where it looks like Ravi bow the outstanding windy s on their way to flushing. Jack calendar. This done swore Zach Bruce top five prospects. But didn't that mess system? Probably on their way to Seattle. That's my issue at the move, you'll have prospects like that. And is no given when it comes to prospects met fans notice from Alex Escobar the last things millage to Alex Showa, the husky. Yes, we have seen many top net prospects flounder the big league level. That said I'm moving on from. Top prospects. Want star quality in retire when the star quality closer. But it's the most volatile position that you're gonna find. And you had only relief bucket that you could adapt NFL. Men and Mets better. Hope they won the as is the good. And they better hope that he's going to be, you know, a guy that is the top reliever in his sport. They also better hope that either one of these prospects doesn't turn out to be an absolute star. Now one note, Patrick Corbin? Yes. Patrick Corbin down years. Fifteen coming back from Tommy John. Sixteen was terrible five and thirteen with a five one five zero Ray better in four seventeen with a fourteen thirteen record four three IRA, not great Corbet last judo's terrific. And as we are looking at seven five Ray two hundred innings pitched two hundred and forty six strikeouts. Mrs bats twenty nine years old. Prime years of his career and wants to pitch here. That's why shouldn't surprise you the Yankees, Iran. Patrick corbin. Let's head to queens Vinnie joins us on the fan any. Hey, JJ Hawaii Vinnie. I'm all right, buddy. What's going on? I'm going to relieve some doubts with this trade. Let me say some things, and then you can come sure first of all the Mitchells every year, they stink. You don't think the bandwagon? This proposal to for real you'd only probably hung up on him every year the met guy, schedule gleyber Torres. They're not guys. You know, these guys come up whatever was supposed to be jewel. You couldn't get a guy out. Just they don't develop players nature's end up stinking. So the odds are that. These guys aren't gonna make it not that they're going to think that's crazy Vinnie. Except for the fact that you're taking a guy was a top ten pick in the draft last year. And he has a lot of value. You talk to stats around baseball. They send it out tweets. And all the guys that covered. A sport a send out tweets. I how Kelly is a can't miss that. He's got it. Everybody's in love with. So it's fine. If you're not a believer. Okay. Well, then why not use the prospect like that to go get a real star not a relief pitcher? Well, I'll tell you what I think one of the things that the show is more than anything. Even with the trade is that brody's able to do some things now that the wilpon Knicks thirty million dollar money trade book, sandy had betrayed mate. So evidently, they're letting Brody have a little leeway. We're taking money which is a good song. I agree with that Vinnie. Take. Here's the problem, though, when you're taking money, and that is a good sign for the Mets did something they need to do. More of I'm taking on money. I'm taking on a thirty six year old player coming off steroid suspension trade. In a limited minor league system to your point Mets. Don't have a great minor league system. So the few guys that have high claim if moving my friend, I am moving them for a real difference maker in the everyday lineup. But that's why I think that social the money's awash because if you went out and got a four year paying this kid nothing Diaz who is audible in two years better than than the Boston, closer and Britain. They both they're both not see about that. I mean, we see it again. I like what it cost what it cost you forty to sixty minutes. I'm one of those guys and I come in for less than four years. Okay. So that's sixty million shitting, Bruce and swore back. That's another thirty five million. So right there that's ninety million. You're not taking over the next four years for reliever they wanted Bruce added, it's a logjam. So you save ninety million. And you know, what I can't imagine that they're not for low paying half of contract. Not with these, you know, waking and one thing he's not an idiot. He's the money guy. These guys a money guy. There's no way that the Mets opinion more you'll see tomorrow morning. I don't think it will be ten, but I don't think it's going to. Knows coming here. Taking on twenty one twenty two million dollars a year. Well, probably. Eighteen twelve guys out there that make seven million extinct. So, you know, something, but if I have to pay Robbie canal eight to eleven million for the next three years and eat the next two years, which everyone does on every contract anyway in a long contract, you know, what can eight to eighty next year, and he's still so much better than what you had. And you're getting a star reliever in not even in his mind yet, look what chatting got Chapman. Gotcha gleyber Torres. What happens if the Mets wants to flip this guy in two years? Yeah. But I don't wanna take about that. I'm not thinking about flipping Edwin Diaz. I'm just trained forum. I'm thinking about right now. And when I have a limited minor league system. Forget about Schwartz. Zach forget about Bruce. I have a whole lot of top prospects. The Mariners a desperate to get rid of canal, desperate. They are begging anybody. Please take him. Get him off my hands. I'd rather take the contract all of it. Keep my prospects. Would. Because now your system is depleted that much more by making this steel. That's why I'm not in favor of it. You told me can always thirty two. Not coming off a PD suspension. Make a little more sense. You made your case. I just happened. Not to agree. That's all. I said to Manhattan David is up next on a foul. Is that David? I love this stray. Let's go Mets. Wow. Fan. Now, the Kuei drink and methane is coming out at three in the morning, David. So I want to hear what go ahead Robbie could. No, he can you trust me. And you wanted to come to New York. Conforto out another lefty back. Now, I think the Mets have to trade Senegal hold on. Now. David. Let me stop you. Right. There. You going all in on this team? You brought in a thirty six year old second baseman, you just acquired Edwin d you ship it out to your top prospects. Now, you're gonna take one of your best starting pitchers and trade 'em away for what? The only trade. For another superstar. No. Stop making that deal. Well, what are you insane? You'd think Colorado is gonna take Syndergaard straight off aeronautical father Miphan, I drive a meta rocky mountains to go get that guy. Ben, I go give no one out of ten million ten years at three hundred million dollars. He's better than Manny Machado. I've told people as he's better jazz. Give me who I'd rather have on my team next year for the next five years aeronautical shadow out. I love that guy. The Rockies making trade come on. Bayside, mike. He's up next on a foul. Something like j you know, why I'm here. Mike, always pro. But he got our hanging in there. I just wanna say this is one of the worst trades. I've ever seen the rich made. It's been polarizing, Mike. I would say most of the Mets fan is in your camp. The last couple have been far more supportive of what van wagon is trying to do. I'm with you. I don't know the logic here guy. About this like everybody around baseball. No Seattle's trying to dump province. It could all and I get it there. You gotta win that trade JJ. You've got to win that dream trade, but taking on the salary, you probably get in return, and you're not in Utah prospects. This is talking about it ain't taking on salary dishes. This is utter buffoonery giving up. Two young controllable talents fan that's nineteen twenty four guy that teaches one inning and a thirty six year old second baseman, one hundred twenty million dollars attached to I don't care. How much you eat? You can move in another deal with a Anthony k or scam skiing or or Mariano Marucci, whatever his name is some of the other guys they have in the system to move push to take this big of a risk and now they're handcuffed for the rest of the off season. Watch you think they're gonna sign Harper Machado. Absolutely, not they're not signing, Patrick Corbin, and they're gonna trade syndergaards recruit prospects. Well. Course say gonna be the way they handle this off season. Thank shame on New York bets. You can't make this deal in our foot Noah Syndergaard for a bunch prospects. I'm sorry. So I'm going to try to make some sensitive steal not e halts going to check in on correspondent from the record. He's been all of this broke a couple of days ago. The Mets were in Aachen a lot of people call them crazy. Guess what? He.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer
"Because if you're not gonna start him now and he's going into a contract year, a probably won't resign with the unless you make some sort of give them some sort of a sheri- as in start twenty nineteen. Like why would you give up draft capitals, go and get him. So that's the problem is not as he's not worth a second or third round pick. I think he absolutely is. There's just, I mean, it's almost like you're gonna need another catastrophic injury for there to be a team out there. That'll that'll make that move because the league so stable the position and look at tyrod. I mean, tyrod was to me that will be the comp. He got the the Brown's got high third round pick for him. And I think Teddy's probably at his peak a better player than tyrod. He's making less money than tyrod, but tyrod was traded in March when there were a lot more open spots. And I think in the time since we've come to a place where the NFL's very, very stable quarterback. Finally, Cleal MAC, you know, my understanding is. Is that the teams that have called the raiders about Cleal Maccabi met with a pretty much flat? No. And I think it's going to be difficult for the raiders to value for this reason. Again, it's contract related. He's going into a contract year if you're going to if you're going to trade for you want him signed to a long term deal. And so for a trading team, you're not only going to have to be willing to give a first round pick and then some, but also you're gonna have to be willing to shell out probably what twenty one twenty two million dollars per year full year teed. Now, some people I'd say, oh, you can franchise him. Is he going to report like if you trade for him and his contract situation isn't resolved, it's gonna report. So because he hasn't made like, how can you just to me, I, I look at the whole thing and it's. It's a lot for another team to give up. It's not just the picks. It's also the money, and it can be very, very difficult to find a trade partner under those circumstances. When team getting the player doesn't have any contract contractual control over him. He's got one year left. So if you trade from your trading for one year of him, a guy who might not report unless you're willing to give him a market shifting contract. Okay. Those the five news items for the week. I'm happy to answer anything on that. Anything on anything else I see about one hundred of you guys are left, so thanks for hanging out. I'm going to answer every question that you give me now and then we'll wrap up. Anything you guys got. Out on Jeffrey update. I don't think that he's any shirt thing to to play in the first month of the season or so I to me, it's, you know, it's being careful and being judicious with the players. They're, they feel that they've got a very deep roster. They've got good players across the board, and so they're going to be careful with all of them any news on Dez from Brian j Lefort the part of the issue with Dez right now, again, up until now, at least was rejigging expectations. I think he's done that. A lot of players make. A lot of players get to a point financially, get to a point and like on the field where they're used to make a certain amount of money, they're used to certain role. And when you wind up with Lah when you wind up getting cut, that doesn't change like your expectations for what it's going to be. And so I think for a lot of players that get in that situation member, Adrian Peterson, sat in the market forever. Last year part of it is all right. I got a kind of reassess what my value is to everybody else around the NFL and maybe it's not what it was two or three years ago. I think desert come to grips with that. It's just now you gotta find a teen as willing to live with some of his deficiencies, which is, can we run routes? Does he have the head to pick up your offense in short order? And is he going to be a disruption? That's those are the questions..
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"That if you're going to look at free agents who are out there right now and you'll get the needs for this team and just what you generally want us around lebron around shooters and that's when he's been his most successful and the guy to me that makes the most sense who's out there jj rettig jj rettig is a guy that the lakers if they can't boogies probably not going to take as we discussed twenty one twenty two million dollars on a one year now maybe probably not because he can secure the bag somewhere else particularly new orleans approach years yeah so i think that jj rhetoric is a guy that you don't that won't cost you that much money he got the one year twenty three million from philly that's not happening again right he's the type of guy that you need on this roster at dead i knocked down shooter which as much as the lakers have some shooters of this team none of them of the caliber of someone like you have to be care because we're on the problems with the cuban roster was that has specialist and jason real bill air he's not just a specialist they have specialists jj is a specialist your tire description of here was was that to shoot it you didn't mitch his deepest once and there's a reason why but he's a team defendant admits phrase particular reason because he's a specialist as a shooter and the problem with that roster as lebron has learned is that you need more to guys so he's willing to give up a little bit of shooting for a lot more defense which explains why you have casey p land stevenson squad right now both can knock down the shot but if they can't they're the ground little bit and more importantly they can play good intimidated defense i think jj is i think that he gets he got a bad rap on defense mostly because of his time in orlando when he was young but he was a fine he was okay defensively as far as team defense with the clippers and last year he was an excellent team defender as he's gotten older he's become more savvy and understanding kind of angles and things like that yeah i i don't don't like like it it i think is the perfect complement for what they've got now because they don't have that guy that you know can shoot forty percent from outside they don't have a forty percent three pursuit of loss to right now let's go to ken in downtown la what's up ken morning say good morning i've been a laker fan the very late fifties in the kinda reminds me of when we gave away junior bridgeman dave myers elmer smith in brian winters just to get kareem that listen safe of course when dray west put everything online and it got shack and this is a mazing getting the braun you put lebron assigned him a hundred between him let's say durant i'd give away about an eighty two there such a difference between him and everyone else in the league in that playoff series that he just if you look at everything kinda like jerry west you go back to sixty five sixty six he was he just carried that team and he is so sensational and yes can legal on time but he's still got a lot of miles on him so i'm real that we got the king i appreciate we're here at times urban and live get ready for kickoff between clinton the national anthem come hang out with us rosh coming out with us and we celebrate lebron's arrival in los angeles as well coming up next what if this is the team what is their ceiling we asked even a smith people are weighing in all around we'll get your thoughts on it but we'll give you hours in just a second here georgia nosy
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And ten million dollars stadium yeah in nineteen ninety dollars but again that just for comparison say now speaking chris davis jim jim palmer has really come down hard on him he's been quite the critic yeah he said you know something's gonna change here and chris has got to do something and he says right now he's killing this club and here's aunts have been saying that for two years somebody you do i mean to me it's if you want loading when you're gonna get for him who's gonna put who's going to absorb his salary at twenty one twenty two million dollars a year maybe nobody but you gotta if he's hurting the club and he's in the lineup and he's not putting the bat on the ball he's not advancing runners if he i mean he's got a great glove he he's a great defensive first baseman and you and that that that weighs a lot but he's not paying paid to be a defensive first baseman and he's he's being paid the drive in runs and driving in the runs the answer is no he's not putting the bat on the ball he's not advancing runners he's not hitting the ball out like he has shown flashes of brilliance over the years he's had you know homerun not doing that a series of questions here view one load chris davis but more importantly do you unload the front office like dan duquette and maybe even macho water that's that's a big question their contracts are up this year i hear a lot of criticism about buck but when buck arrive that's when the orioles turned around so i'd hold onto buck but dan duquette he's gotta go he he really had to prove himself after the debacle with the toronto blue jays him flirting with the president's job up there and with him staying in the position here after that he had to prove himself and i don't think he's done that and i think it's i think it's shown that i don't know his mind isn't well the other thing is now switching gears here a little bit but.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Odell gonna get seventy okay we're going to get about eighty guaranteed averaging about twenty one twenty two million dollars a year raiders do not have the salary cap space bar cooper doesn't have paid right now he's on a rookie contract making six seven million dollars odell has to get paid eighteen million right now on top of khalil mack that you have to pay ichiro guy like that's part of the deal it's part of the nfl so i would not do that like part of the good part about when you hit on draft picks on separate years is they're not all on the same timetable like i like having a guy on the second year in a guy in his fifth year so if you have to pay the guy this fifth year you're still a couple years away from paying the guy in the second year or third year like that's the way that you keep the turnover in the salary cap you know in a good spot oto beckham junior if he was a second year player under a rookie contract even if it was you know he was draft in the first round you would be pretty easy to trade for first round pick i think the part of the problem why this is difficult to trade for them in why you're not seeing nfl teams just knocking down the door to get them is because of that contract that he's gonna ask for and demand and rightfully so he's got a good argument he's also coming back from a major injury at a position that's very predicated and just his ability and his skill set on explosion on just top speed on just special athleticism broke his foot or ankle i mean that's a big issue now just following on social media he looks healthy he's young he'll probably be fine but the still the point remains is opec junior since i've been watching football if you go giants best players the last thirty years obviously l the best player ever then you probably go michael strahan ally manning had a couple unreal postseason runs but oto beckham probably just.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Really think the bears weren't going to match that maybe they're just getting to to pay it i mean why not do it it doesn't hurt it's like asking it's like asking for a raise i think it's a reason you don't see the transition tag used very often at all because the reactions by everyone or kind of just like excuse me it is crazy though and the fifth year option thing i i really think if you're keeping a player on your oster give him the fifth year option there is so little downside kyle fuller would be on their team for a third as much this season as he will wind up being i think he's getting twenty one twenty two million dollars this year now speaking of prove it deals sheldon richardson has found a home it is with the star studded minnesota vikings minnesota nounce friday that the former seahawks jets defensive lineman sunday one year eight million dollar pact worth up to eleven million incentives to join a stack defense defense in mid sota mark the rich get richer and richardson who still just twenty seven years old gets a chance to really reestablish his value on a great defense from viking standpoint reminds me a little bit with the seahawks up until before this off season where they were adding these big name defenders to what they thought was a team still in its super bowl window and keep adding strength on strength or the vikings right now have sheldon richardson lindvall josefa tackle everson griffen and donell hunter that is an incredible defensive line if they stay healthy and they're basically saying are super bowl window is wide open we're going to keep adding these guys and the one thing for all the quarterback chatter mike zimmer and rick spielman did talk about we cannot lose what is the heart of our team which is our defense we have to keep these guys around for the extent of this run.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Then the jets going okay we're we're gonna move into the top three because we like all these quarterbacks all of them have flaws so none of them are perfect but also all of them have some strengths center certainly encouraging for the future of your franchise and they can make plays and i think the jets have made this move because they realize listen we don't know when we're going to be in this position again to get a franchise changing face of the franchise type of quarterback so they make that move now with with a guy like we talked about teddy bridgewater on the roster who's we're not even sure where he's at physically obviously he's good enough to pass a physical but it's a five million dollar one year deal basically what it looks like josh mccown only ten million dollars that's fifteen million dollars at the quarterback position that's nothing that's at the bottom of the nfl so to get a third pick of the draft at the quarterback position you're talking about twenty one twenty two million dollars total i just think this is what it set up to be make the move or the quarterback but chris how do you reckon inside i know resigning josh mccown and adding teddy bridgewater and you have christian hackenberg and bryce petty and you have joel stave on the roster and you're gonna draft a quarterback number three overall i thought the moment they had of bridgewater the what they decided to do this year start with mccown if and when they're out of contention evaluate bridgewater because maybe he's the guy maybe he can become the player of the vikings hoped he was going to be in two thousand sixteen when he suffered that devastating knee injury in late august and if he can be healthy if he can be effective we had vikings players rave about bridgewater the week that we were in minnesota prior to the super bowl air kendricks stefan digs maybe bridgewater can be there guy he's still fairly young and you don't have to go all in at the top of the draft you might be.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And i am discussed it would no doubt you're happy to have adrian gonzalez's look plus what are your duly dominic smith seve you're you're still let them go dominic no no no no we're where adrian is going to mentor and tudor at be his his older brother he is going to help out dominic smith don't you think evernote don't wanna start enroll steve i don't think he wants to listen to summary happened to pick out what was left heavy net land is going to pay most of the twenty one twenty two million dollars it is do a gonzalez's the mets only after pay of five hundred and thirty five thousand dollars and i think he really wants to retire but there was one team that was willing to pick up some money and and give them something to do during the summer time apparently as no retirement plans dear clay he listen all right so this first phase is cover right now the just manageable touching this got treated to uh the giant that's another missed opportunity honestly i think that the match should they went after the mech like to way they like to way emily we await the seeds whose values cool down but if they wait in wait steve all player's gonna be gone they're hoping for where he just waiting until somebody else signs of valuable player and the offseason and of course a lot of teams not just the metropolitan's but it's add thanks justin for your call this lot achieves that are just holding odds a lot of it has to save money this year so they can spend some money next year on all the free agents don't want overpay they know those lab many years and many mood trillion dollars is not day usually the best way to go with the with the bell overpaying for a free agent jumping the gun at this point when there's still some time before the veges and catchers report but i don't expect too much more if anything of from the new york metropolitan so at was rumored some time ago about adrian gonzalo sowa nobody should be all that surprised that they went bottom barrel he's thirty six thirty 70s over the hill is game is all said and done and they had gotten of several years ago that's a different story but now you know it's a case said dominic smith and.
"twenty one twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fans forget our madhar because guess what it's a what have you done for me lately business that's the way sports works and he's not doing his job listen five and a half year ray for guy has all this hype and all these expectations that's not what they sat down for not real honor and getting out of alarming i agree who should once in a while no one who are meeting great great killer instinct and i'll stop wrong and great and the barnum are you would harbor your maiden had maybe might have been in the swampy monarch little problem but i have no i would have no problem flip in america the yankee rotation steve and i think we'll see that day my friend and i appreciate the call i do not take you will ever see they were mad harvey's wearing a yankee uniform ideal now future man harvey is very much help india but not all the wants that big deal at the end of the two thousand eighteen season it he wants to get back into good graces of the met fan or the baseball fan and he wants to make twenty twenty one twenty two million dollars a year start stringing together performances like the one we saw on sunday night against the pittsburgh pirates now we'll get into mad harvey in the mets in a little bit probably after the three o'clock hour it is a very encouraging start and i've been very dismissive a a couple of these harvard performances like the idea that mad harvey should be getting praise giving you five innings to run baseball against the lowly san diego padres i mean give me a break give me a break you're gonna tell me that progress you can tell it as a step in the right direction that is nonsense sunday's start against pirates for the first time in a long time if felt like mad harvey had the swagger had the confidence found the way to legal a chance was all kate was changing speeds it's the best i've seen him walking quite some time but now we'll see if sunday night was meraj against well a subpar offensive teen or is it the beginning of that harvey getting his career in getting his season back on track hey seven seven thirty thirty seven sixty six sixty six.