The Tennessee Titans and kicker Ryan Succop have agreed to a Ryan Succop Jersey multiyear extension, the team announced.
Limited Youth Brian Urlacher Jersey The extension is for five years and $20 million, a source told ESPN. The deal includes $7.25 million guaranteed and will pay Succop $8.25 million over the first two seasons. He also gets a $3.5 million signing bonus, according to a source.
Succop, 31, was set to become a free agent in March. He expressed gratitude and excitement over the deal in a post on his Instagram account.
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When healthy, he’s a dynamic slot presence who can stretch the field and develop a strong rapport with a talented quarterback. He can thrive in the right situation 鈥?especially if he cuts back on the drops that have haunted him throughout his four-year NFL career.
Jeremiah Attaochu, LB, Los Angeles Chargers
Attaochu was only 21 years old when the Chargers made him the 50th overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft. He was primed for a breakout after notching six sacks in 12 starts in 2015, but injuries have derailed his upward rise. Georgia Tech’s all-time sack leader has only played in 38 games in his four-year career 鈥?albeit with a handful of healthy scratches last fall 鈥?and will be a major question mark for whoever signs him as a free agent this offseason.
Despite McCourty’s contention, one Patriots defensive starter reiterated to ESPN’s Josina Anderson on Monday that he definitely didn’t know that Butler wasn’t going to play in the Super Bowl. The starter and one teammate previously told Anderson on Feb. 5 that they weren’t made aware of the Patriots’ plan for Butler.
There are not highlight videos of players missing a bunch of shots or dunks in practice for a reason 鈥?it’s not exciting, but it’s more representative of how training and the real game goes than the highlights of someone making 10 shots in a row or doing a reverse-under-the-leg dunk. What we see all too often in All-Star Weekend is the truth.
Maybe there is a magical way to fix the weekend 鈥?a format that will make things more competitive, make players more potent from the three and more successful in their ambitious dunks. But as long as there’s nothing to play for and shooting from the three and dunking the ball creatively are still hard, then this unimpressive outcome will be the standard.