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Cowboys hold onto Brian Price

Posted by admin on March 29, 2018 in Oakland Raiders |

The Cowboys will bring defensive tackle Brian Price back for another season.

Denzel Perryman Womens Jersey Chuck Miketinac of KABB had the initial report of a new two-year deal for Price on Sunday and the Cowboys confirmed it on Monday. According to multiple reports on Monday, the deal is worth $1.35 million.

Price was set to be an exclusive rights free agent and, assuming he remains with the Cowboys, the new deal will take him to unrestricted free agency after the 2019 season.
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Entering the offseason, the New York Jets ‘ desire to sign free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins was not exactly a secret. Rumors of a guaranteed $60 million payment in Year 1 were floated, but Cousins eventually decided to spurn the Jets and sign with the Minnesota Vikings. So, the Jets quickly pivoted in another direction. They re-signed Josh McCown on a one-year, $10 million deal. They signed former Vikings passer Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal as well. Just a few days later, they sent three second-round picks to the Colts for the right to move up from No. 6 in next month’s draft to No. 3. It’s widely believed that they’re targeting a quarterback with that selection. And while this plan might be Plan B, Jets CEO Christopher Johnson says that doesn’t make it any less exciting.

Some would say that Cousins forced the Authentic Oscar Robertson Jersey team to move on to another option, because Cousins was unwilling to commit to the team. Cousins would say that the team failed to commit to him, opting to go one year at a time over offering him a fair deal that reflected his value and leverage.

Keep this fact in mind: When tagged by Washington, Cousins didn’t wait until Labor Day weekend to sign the tender. He signed promptly both years, and he didn’t stay away from the voluntary phases of the offseason program even though he easily could have. Instead, he was all in for 2016 and 2017; the team ultimately wasn’t sufficiently all in for Cousins on a suitable long-term deal.

So instead of tagging him for a third time, Washington will trade for quarterback Alex Smith, who is four years older but considerably cheaper. And Cousins will move on. He could be bitter, but it doesn’t sound like he is.

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