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Old 07-22-2012, 03:58 PM   #1
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$28 million of that offer is guaranteed, which is the real number to focus on.
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:19 PM   #3
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True; also the word is he wants more than that, so we'll see what happens, if he will be franchised next year, etc.
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:19 PM   #4
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However, the league source said Clady and his agent, Pat Dye, are seeking a deal that would slightly exceed the contract of Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who received an extension last summer that averages $11.5 million a year, according to the NFL Players Association.
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:27 PM   #5
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the $10 million average annual value would put Clady with the NFLís top-five highest-paid left tackles.

Clady, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, is owed $3.5 million in 2012.

Per Klis, however, the offer isnít viewed as strong enough by Cladyís camp. Agent Pat Dye reportedly wants a deal worth more than that of Clevelandís Joe Thomas. Thomas signed an eight-year, $92 million deal last August and is the NFLís richest left tackle.

Clady isnít as good as Thomas ó and it isnít even close. So the fact that Clady wants more money than a player heís inferior to suggests no deal is imminent, barring a surprise increase in the Broncosí already reasonable offer or decrease in Cladyís unreasonable contract demands.

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Old 07-22-2012, 08:47 PM   #6
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the $10 million average annual value would put Clady with the NFLís top-five highest-paid left tackles.

Clady, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, is owed $3.5 million in 2012.

Per Klis, however, the offer isnít viewed as strong enough by Cladyís camp. Agent Pat Dye reportedly wants a deal worth more than that of Clevelandís Joe Thomas. Thomas signed an eight-year, $92 million deal last August and is the NFLís richest left tackle.

Clady isnít as good as Thomas ó and it isnít even close. So the fact that Clady wants more money than a player heís inferior to suggests no deal is imminent, barring a surprise increase in the Broncosí already reasonable offer or decrease in Cladyís unreasonable contract demands.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ion-extension/
this mother****er is smoking some serious weed laced with acid if he thinks this is gonna happen.
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:28 PM   #7
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:42 PM   #8
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The Broncos made a really good offer. Joe Thomas got $44 million guaranteed in an eight-year contract. $5.5 million guaranteed per year. This deal would give Clady $28 million guaranteed in a five-year contract, $5.6 million guaranteed per year. Clady is not as good as Joe Thomas, and a $10 million salary is a very fair offer. Let him play for his current salary, then give him a franchise tag next year. There is no need to accept Clady's unrealistic demands.
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However, the league source said Clady and his agent, Pat Dye, are seeking a deal that would slightly exceed the contract of Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who received an extension last summer that averages $11.5 million a year, according to the NFL Players Association.
He hasnt been as good as his rookie year. He is still living off of that season. Prove you are better than Joe Thomas or the other Top 3 O Linemen.
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He hasnt been as good as his rookie year. He is still living off of that season. Prove you are better than Joe Thomas or the other Top 3 O Linemen.
Agreed. This is a generous offer considering his level of play since the injury. If he wants more he should prove he can return to his prior form this season.
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:37 PM   #11
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Agreed. This is a generous offer considering his level of play since the injury. If he wants more he should prove he can return to his prior form this season.
Yep. He should grab the money because his recent play doesn't justify this offer or his perceived value. That rookie year has done him good.
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Yep. He should grab the money because his recent play doesn't justify this offer or his perceived value. That rookie year has done him good.
completely agree with this post..

He was great his rookie year then got hurt and is playing off rep since..

IMO tell him to sign or be tagged the next couple of years.. time enough to get a qualified replacement for him.. and with todays rookie contract we will save a ton of money over the next 4-5 years..

SOunds to me like he is not to smart..
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Wow can you say "overspending"? No way Clady is worth that much. Especially after this last season.
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However, the league source said Clady and his agent, Pat Dye, are seeking a deal that would slightly exceed the contract of Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who received an extension last summer that averages $11.5 million a year, according to the NFL Players Association.
He should try exceeding Joe Thomas' level of play if he wants that then.

Clady is a good LT but he's not a 5 year player with 5 pro bowls and 3 1st team selections and 1 2nd team selection.
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:56 PM   #15
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That's a high offer. Clady should accept it. If he doesn't, make him play it out. We'll see how good he really is trying to hold off a ferocious pass rush designed to get Peyton the only way he can be gotten -- quick pressure.
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manning is going to make Clady look like a HOF this year.....I won't be surprised if he test's free agency.
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Because he gets rid of it quickly? Offset by the amount of pressure to get at Peyton. Tebow had people actually not wanting to get to him, to make him throw it.

The pass rush will be amped up this year.

And "just get rid of it" is not always the magic answer. Yes, you can avoid a sack. But sometimes Peyton prefers to go ahead and have protection to allow a play to develop.
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Because he gets rid of it quickly? Offset by the amount of pressure to get at Peyton. Tebow had people actually not wanting to get to him, to make him throw it.

The pass rush will be amped up this year.

And "just get rid of it" is not always the magic answer. Yes, you can avoid a sack. But sometimes Peyton prefers to go ahead and have protection to allow a play to develop.

Do you actually believe that?
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Of course he does....
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Do you actually believe that?
FYI, this is factually true.

Multiple opposing defensive players talked about how they were being told repeatedly to keep containment on Tebow as the top priority, not attacking the QB.

New England, who did so well against us in both games, took this to the extreme and basically had their DEs spying the edges for Tebow to scramble around the end.

Teams significantly reduced their pass rush pressure against the Broncos late last season in order to take away escape routes for Tebow.
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FYI, this is factually true.

Multiple opposing defensive players talked about how they were being told repeatedly to keep containment on Tebow as the top priority, not attacking the QB.

New England, who did so well against us in both games, took this to the extreme and basically had their DEs spying the edges for Tebow to scramble around the end.

Teams significantly reduced their pass rush pressure against the Broncos late last season in order to take away escape routes for Tebow.
The sack rate doubled with Tebow in the lineup. Almost literally. The sack % ("Percentage of Time Sacked When Attempting to Pass") was 5.5% with Orton and exploded to 10.9% with Tebow. So, if teams were really toning down their pass rush for Tebow, it's pretty ominous that he was nevertheless getting sacked at twice the rate per drop back than the human statue Orton. That says more about Tebow's flaws than the quality of the blocking.
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That's ok....Clady isn't going anywhere.

Denver can franchise him next year if they aren't able to work out a new deal.
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Damn that's more than enough money he needs to sign that and kick back and smile
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:37 PM   #24
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Clady should sign that as quick as he can. He is banking on Manning making him look like a stud which will happen but none of Manning's LT in the past outside of Glenn were worth any amount of money at all.
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The position is a highly paid on (second highest paid position, last I heard). So there's not much to be saved there. Just amounts to a decision that he is the perennial starter.
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