My Father,My Friend,My teacher,and now My Angel~ 04/21/1956-03/21/2011 You will always be missed. I hope to learn half of the stuff you knew.
~Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted~
I am very happy a pick my Giants made, while many are saying "who is Pugh?" Very happy.
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
"The Greatest Obstacle to Discovery is not Ignorance -- It is the Illusion of Knowledge" ~ Daniel Boorstin
Packers picked "Twotone" Jones, or something like that.
Stan b & Elvis
I see that Aaron Rodgers just signed his contract extension. No details on the money though. Has to be 21m-23m a year. What's the deal RK?
""President Trump was a chaos candidate and apparently intends to be a chaos president. Stability, it would seem, is out the window. The White House will lie without hesitation when it serves its perceived interest." The American Conservative
Looks like Rodgers got $110mil over 5 years. Riches deal in NFL history!
Our Aaron, Aaron Nola is pitching tonight against S Carolina.
Nola, who leads the SEC with 82 strikeouts, has lowered his ERA to 2.15.
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Packers signed QB Aaron Rodgers to a five-year, $110 million extension through 2019.
The front-loaded deal pays Rodgers $40 million in year one, explaining why GM Ted Thompson was so conservative with his 2013 cap. It's a savvy deal by Thompson, but we've come to expect nothing less. Rodgers is now under control through his age-35 season. Theoretically, he can hit free agency in 2020 at age 36. Because Rodgers had two relatively cheap years remaining on his old deal, the new contract is worth $130.75 million over seven seasons, for an annual average of $18.68 million; Joe Flacco received an annual average of $20.1 million. The Rodgers deal is widely being pumped up as the richest in NFL history, but in actuality it's very much not. Another steal by Thompson.
Source: Tom Silverstein on Twitter
Apr 26 - 4:51 PM
Charlotte Kaiser: " The Problem Lies In The Talent."
Awesome 2nd pick by the Packers in getting La. RB via Bama, Eddie Lacy. He ran right through ND in the BCS Champ game.
Last edited by Franco; 04-26-2013 at 07:53 PM.