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NFC Notes: Leaders, Randy Gregory, Cowboys, Eagles, Giants

NFC Notes: Leaders, Randy Gregory, Cowboys, Eagles, Giants

leaders

Agent Alan Hermann and his client former leaders DL Matthew Yoannisallegedly the senior vice president of the Washington Department of Football Rob Rogers He lied to them at the Combine, saying they wouldn’t cut Ioannidis.

“We don’t particularly care that we lie to our faces,” Hermann said, via News agency. “They have taken him out of the free agent market now for two days. This now puts us at a disadvantage as other teams have pushed other defensive line contracts, and [Ioannidis] He was not able to take advantage of it. That’s not how you run business in the NFL.”

  • Adam Shifter The reports that the leaders did not initially provide JD Mikic Deal even agreed to one with bills. Once Makic discovered that Washington was willing to match Buffalo’s offer, he wanted to stay with the leaders.

Cowboys

  • About ex-cowboys and new Broncos DE Randy Gregorycontract status in dallas, Dan Moore in the Dallas Morning News You mentioned that the language that Gregory objected to is standard language except for every player on the team Duck Prescott.
  • Moore notes that the clause gives the Cowboys the right to void or withhold funds if a player is fined by the league.
  • Mor sources “Stress” That Dallas did not invoke the contractual clause.
  • According to NFL Media’s Jane Slater Gregory’s acting was frustrated with the Cowboys after the contract language got “I fell back at 11.”
  • His agent, Eric Shaffer, gave more details to Professional football debate Their side of the story. He says he basically negotiated a deal with the Broncos on Monday night, then on Tuesday the Cowboys made a big push with the owner. Jerry Jones Intervenes.
  • Dallas increased his offer to match the Broncos but when the actual contract came along, it included the language of voiding fines guarantees, to which Schafer and Gregory objected: “No other teams have this language in their contracts. No other teams. I have never seen this language in 30 years.”
  • Schafer says they gave Dallas a chance to remove the language, but the cowboy hat specialist Adam Brasivka The Executive Vice President told him Stephen Jones Schaefer previously told that this language would be in any deal. Schaefer told PFT that this was not true and that Jones directed him to deal with Brasivka rather than negotiate with him. So in the end Gregory signed with Denver.
  • Cowboys de De Marcus Lawrence He says he was offered a one-year deal worth $10 million and felt disrespected, told EVP Stephen Jones He wanted to be released. Cowboy owner Jerry Jones Lawrence then made a fully guaranteed three-year, $30 million deal to stay with the team. (Kevin Gray)
  • Cowboys S Hooker ownerA two-year, $7 million deal that includes a maximum value of $8 million, a signing bonus of $1.7 million, $1.3 million in salaries for 2022, and $3 million for 2023. He can also earn up to $500,000 in bonuses per game. Each year, $1 million in incentives. (Todd Archer)
  • according to Calvin Watkinsthe cowboys are interested in re-signing DE Dorrance Armstrong.
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the Eagles

giants

  • Sports Illustrated Albert Breer It is reported that the giants already toured when signing QB Mitchell Trubesky before pivoting to Tyrod Taylor After Trubsky signed with the Steelers.
  • NorthJersey.com’s art stapleton Reports that the Giants held an official meeting with Georgia RB James Cook at the NFL Combine and fascinated by his skills.
  • Stapleton adds that New York will likely host Cook in the top 30 visits.
  • Ryan Dunleavy Reports giants Do not offer a free agent offer for exclusive rights to QB Jake Fromm.
  • Adam Shifter LS . reports Casey Crater Resigns with the giants.
  • Dan Duggan Report that giants saw Matt JunoA one-year deal valued at $1.1875 million, which includes a guaranteed $175,000 and a $75,000 signing bonus.
  • Taylor’s two-year deal, worth $11 million with the Giants, includes an additional $6 million in incentives, $10.9 million guaranteed, $4.2 million signing bonus, and a void year to reduce cap fees. (Dogan)
  • giants saw John Feliciano He had wanted to play center for a while and said this was taken into account in his decision to sign with New York: “I believe in myself, and I think the center position is where I would be the best.” (Zach Rosenblatt)

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