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James Reynolds

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Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit

Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit

The Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit.

Green Bay Ignores Sound Contract Structures in Free Agency

Green Bay Ignores Sound Contract Structures in Free Agency

The Packers free agent signings suggest that the team wants to win now. 

Avoiding the Albatross

Avoiding the Albatross

How to Avoid the Albatross Contract.

Salary Cap Increase Reportedly will be Less Than Anticipated

Salary Cap Increase Reportedly will be Less Than Anticipated

Ian Rapoport has reported that the NFL salary cap will rise to $188.2 million for the 2019 season.  Many pundits had expected it to rise to $190...

Are Free Agents Overpriced, Under-Performing Additions?

Are Free Agents Overpriced, Under-Performing Additions?

Signing free agents makes sense for a team that needs talent

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the right unicorns in free agency.

Eric Reid Signing Could Negatively Impact the Packers

Eric Reid Signing Could Negatively Impact the Packers

Eric Reid's new contract may make signing a free agent safety more expensive for the Packers.            

NFL Contracts Dead Money – Is It Really All  Bad?

NFL Contracts Dead Money – Is It Really All Bad?

Dead money happens.  Sometimes it is unavoidable, such as when it is due to career-ending injuries, which are usually not foreseeable.  More often...

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