NFL: lousy agent of the season 2019
NFL: lousy agent of the season 2019
Performance and earnings do not always go hand in hand - and that goes for the NFL as well. ran.de shows ten contracts that the clubs could soon regret.
With the Salary Cap, the NFL sets clear limits to the clubs in terms of salaries paid. Every dollar wants to be meaningful. Nevertheless, the responsible person slips through a contract every now and then, which they later regret. ran.de shows ten players whose contracts could hurt their employers in 2019.
NFL: lousy contracts of the season 2019With the Salary Cap, the NFL sets clear limits to the clubs in terms of salaries paid. Every dollar wants to be meaningful. Nevertheless, the responsible person slips through a contract every now and then, which they later regret. ran.de shows ten players whose contracts could hurt their employers in 2019.
Terron Armstead (New Orleans Saints)For the last six years, the O-Liner wears the Saints' jersey, but is constantly struggling with major injuries. For example, in 2018 a chest muscle blister put him out of action for weeks. Consequently, the protector of Drew Brees came only ten times in the regular season and was just under 57.3 percent of the snaps in the field. In the 100th NFL season he charged the Cap Space of his team with just over 15.8 million US dollars - which only outperforms the playmaker in his back. So it remains to be hoped for the team from Louisiana that Armstead's body does not go limp this time.
Vic Beasley (Atlanta Falcons)The 2018 season was not that of the Falcons - and certainly not their defensive end. In the end, Beasley had collected 20 tackles - the weakest of his 2015 NFL career - and five sacks. As the former first-rounder should increase again, because in his fifth year of contract, he deleted 12.8 million US dollars - exactly this amount is reflected in the Cap Space of the team.
Aaron Colvin (Houston Texans)An ankle injury threw the cornerback off track in its first season in Texas. Between Week 5 and 12 Colvin was disabled, then came only sporadically used. So he played ultimately not even 30 percent of the defensive snaps and 5.6 percent of the moves of the special team. Particularly bitter: In the playoffs, his services were not in demand. In 2019, he will block well over $ 8.6 million in Cap Space - the fifth highest value of the franchise. Colvin should better find the track quickly.
Mike Daniels (Green Bay Packers)The defensive end played only 39.4 percent of the defensive snaps and 9.3 percent of the special team's snaps last season. It was also due to a foot injury that ended his season after Week 11. So his statistics stayed with Daniel's meager 18 tackles and two sacks. In his upcoming eighth NFL season, his cap hit stands at $ 10.7 million - ranking fifth in the team hierarchy.
Jerry Hughes (Buffalo Bills)After all, the defensive end missed no game last season. But with 37 tackles Hughes came to the weakest since 2011, but made with seven sacks attention. But all in all there is a considerable gap between demand and reality. Because in 2018 he was just once ordered on almost a third of the defensive snaps and three percent of the snaps of the Special Team on the field. In the upcoming 100th NFL season his cap hit is just under 13 million US dollars - the highest value in the Bills.
Dre Kirkpatrick (Cincinnati Bengals)First the Achilles tendon, then the ankle - the Cornerback had to survive some injuries last season. All in all, he missed three games, came up with 41 tackles for his ratios and remained only for the third time seven NFL years without interception. Nearly eleven million US dollars of Cap Space eats his three-year contract on - surpassing only the multiple pro-bowler Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and Geno Atkins.
Paul Richardson (Washington Redskins)Basically none of the hopes associated with the receiver's commitment a year ago have been met. In 2014, the second-round pick of the Draft came in 2014 with 20 receptions and two touchdowns. Due to a shoulder injury Richardson came after Week 10 is no longer used. Ultimately, he had to deal with 36 percent of the offensive snaps behind his colleagues Josh Doctson, Maurice Harris and Jamison Crowder. With $ 7.2 million in 2019, he blocks a decent chunk of Cap Space.
Allen Robinson (Chicago Bears)Another receiver, who in his first year at the new club did not perform as hoped. Robinson, who nearly missed the 2017 season because of a cruciate ligament rupture, collected 55 receptions including four touchdowns for the Bears in 13 regular season matches, plus ten receptions and a touchdown in the playoffs. But this can only be the gallop: In the season 2019, the second-round pick of the Draft 2014 has the fattest contract. In numbers, that means Robinson is taking $ 15 million to Cap Space.
Sammy Watkins (Kansas City Chiefs)The clear number one among the Chiefs is also a receiver - at least as far as the coal is concerned. In his first year in "KC" Watkins missed because of a foot injury almost half of the regular season, which is why he was much less common in the field than Tyreek Hill and Chris Conley. With 40 Receptions including three touchdowns, the Draft's fourth pick in 2014 had its share in the sovereign draw into the playoffs, where ten more matches without countable followed. Whether he really worth the contractually agreed money, but still has to show. $ 19.2 million at Cap Space is a hefty house number.
Brandon Williams (Baltimore Ravens)Nearly half of the defensive snaps of the Maryland team completed the defensive end last season. In addition came 14 percent of the snaps of the special team. Williams remained with 34 tackles in the regular season far away from former values. After all, he also managed a sack in the playoffs, he recorded two more tackles. Not very outstanding. In contrast to his contract, for nearly 14.2 million US dollars to Cap Space go to the account of the third-round pick of the Draft of 2013. Truly a board that deserves to be earned.
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