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Jennings, a New Millionaire in Green Bay Packers

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 25 June 2009 22:39

Green Bay Packers announced the signing of receiver Greg Jennings open for the next three yearsThe Green Bay Packers announced the signing of receiver Greg Jennings open for the next three years without the need for the player is absent from work as a pre-season pressure.

He had his best year.

Jennings, 25 years old and playing his fourth season in the league, has accumulated 43 games (39 as owner), which caught 178 passes for 2.844 yards and 24 touchdowns.

In 2008, Jennings reached their personal best marks with 80 receptions, 1.292 yards and nine touchdowns, which earned him being chosen as reserve for the Pro Bowl behind Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan boldinations, Steve Smith and Roddy White.

"We do not think there was a need to sit down and decide not to participate," said Jennings, regarding a possible boycott not to train and push the directive to his new contract. "It was not the route you wanted to take."

It was reported that the contract could reach $ 31 million if Jennings met and achieved all the objectives set out in clauses. For the 2009 season, will earn nearly $ 16 million signing bonus and base salary.

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2009 22:46
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Maualuga & Rivers, Hope in Cincinnati Bengals

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 20:37
keith rivers and rey maualuga

Training sessions and fitness training camp prior to the final of the Bengals have brought together two of the young supporters who have created more expectations in recent years: Keith Rivers and Rey Maualuga.

Injuries, their enemies.

Both have been recruited in the past two Drafts after being stellar players on the defensive from the University of Souther California. Rivers was the first selection of the "Bengali" in 2008, but suffered a broken jaw in his rookie season in which a blocked him from Pittsburgh receiver Hines Ward on October 19.

Maualuga, meanwhile, who was one of the prospects for 2009 to be recruited in the first round, finally fell to number 38 to be taken in the second round by Cincinnati.

Both players were very consistent as to miss school only 11 games between them with the Trojans (Maugaluga 6, Rivers 5) and now they are both part of the resurrection of the dreadful Bengals, who have had only one winning season in the last 18 years .

After his injury in 2008, Rivers lost 20 pounds when his jaw had to be traded. Already recovered in health and weight and now asked to be moved inside to outside supportive.

For its part, the first Samoan Maualuga has a season to adapt, but his trainer is confident that the process is complete.

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Starks, Over 4 Years with Pittsburgh

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 22:00
Max StarksChampions Pittsburgh Steelers signed until the 2012 season to his offensive tackle Max Starks, in an operation that gives them more space to meet the salary cap.

Twice champion.

The left tackle for 27 years of age, had since February 20 last franchise player tag, which the directive is placed just three weeks after winning the Super Bowl XLIII. After the contract for four years, no longer bear such a designation.

For that reason, had initially accepted a salary of $ 8.45 million for 2009. Before the 2008 campaign, was named "player of transition (" Transition pleasure ") and paid $ 6.9 million even though it was not the holder. However, he won the post after it was Marvel Smith missed most of the season by a back injury.

The directive gave him a generous signing bonus, which brought down his annual salary, however, it allows the "steel" to have more space to stay within the salary cap. For purposes of regulation, the signing bonuses are prorated according to number of years of the respective contract.
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Three Cowboys, Really Heavy

Written by Gaby Varji   
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 20:13
Freereign-Ronniebaker

Three players from the offensive line of the Dallas Cowboys, David Leonard, Marc Colombo and Cory Procter, signed a contract to integrate a heavy metal rock band, which alternate with his career in the NFL.

More "heavy" than "metal".

The group you join is called "Free Reing" and next fall during his first album will be released for the signature of Riot Entertainment Australia.

"More heavy (heavy) than the metal" is one of his sentences for these three men advertising that exceed the 300 pounds (136 kilograms).

Davis is the offensive guard number 70, with eight years experience in the NFL the last two with Dallas after playing his first six with the Arizona Cardinals.

Colombo to tackle is the uniform number 75, who has played seven seasons, the first three in Chicago, before being moved to Dallas in full 2005 season. Since 2006, has been owned in the past 48 consecutive games.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2009 20:31
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