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Thread: Greg Jennings wants $14 million per season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    Heelllll naw.
    JCane, I expect that your signature is more likely than Jennings getting 14M per year.
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    He won't get that much not even close ..who's his agent his sister..7 or 8 mill$ tops..
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    Jennings will get 2 million less than whatever Wallace gets. That's my opinion.
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    The only way he's getting $14m a year is if Old Spice is paying for half of it.
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    Forget it. With what these WR's are asking I would rather draft 3 in the first three rounds and let them grow with Tannehill.
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    Greg Jennings wants $14 million per season?

    good ruse by him... wants to be in MIA so he floats a huge price to hold other teams off while back door deal gets done... no tamper no foul
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    Greg Jennings wants $14M per season Source: Rotoworld

    Report: Greg Jennings wants $14M per season


    Tom Pelissero of ESPN Twin Cities "heard" at the Combine that free agent Greg Jennings is seeking $14 million a year.

    $14 million annually would make Jennings the NFL's third highest paid wide receiver behind Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. No one is going to pay that much for an injury-prone wideout entering his age-30 season. Per Pelissero, there is a "popular theory" among NFL front offices that wide receivers will "sit on the market" like inside linebackers did last year. In other words, they may price themselves out of the initial wave of free agency.
    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
    Feb 22 - 8:28 AM

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    Quote Originally Posted by daltoninnm View Post
    Report: Greg Jennings wants $14M per season


    Tom Pelissero of ESPN Twin Cities "heard" at the Combine that free agent Greg Jennings is seeking $14 million a year.

    $14 million annually would make Jennings the NFL's third highest paid wide receiver behind Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. No one is going to pay that much for an injury-prone wideout entering his age-30 season. Per Pelissero, there is a "popular theory" among NFL front offices that wide re
    ceivers will "sit on the market" like inside linebackers did last year. In other words, they may price themselves out of the initial wave of free agency.
    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter

    Feb 22 - 8:28 AM

    I guess someone does not want to take his talents to south beach.......have fun in Cleveland.
    My personal Draft:

    1st Round: Taylor Lewan(T)

    2nd Round: Gabe Jackson(G)

    3rd Round: C. J. Fiedorowicz(TE)

    4th Round: Christian Jones (ILB)

    5th Round: Daniel McCullers(DT)

    6th Round: Marqueston Huff(S/CB)

    7th Round:
    Jay Prosch(FB)


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    He'll get more than half of that but not much more. I find this hard to believe.
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