Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Corner on the market

Seattle Seahawks All-Pro Richard Sherman’s reign as the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL lasted less than one week after Joe Haden reportedly agreed to terms on a five-year, $68 million deal with the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday.
Haden’s deal — which includes $45 million in guaranteed money compared to Sherman’s $40 million — comes one day after fellow All-Pro Patrick Peterson said he believes his upcoming contract negotiations with the Arizona Cardinals should result in a larger extension than the four-year, $57.4 million agreement Sherman signed on May 7.
“We’ll see,” Peterson said when asked if he was worth more than Sherman. “… I mean, I think I am but at the end of the day both sides have to agree to terms and we’ll see what those terms are.”
Meanwhile, the bottom 99% scrounge for a living...even as back-ups.

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