The NFL’s salary cap has been set at $177.2 million per team in 2018, up from $167 million last Authentic Patrice Bergeron Jersey year, using a calculation based on the league’s revenue, sources told ESPN’s Field Yates.
This is the fifth straight year the salary cap has increased by at least $10 million. The 6.11 percent increase is the smallest percent increase for the cap from year to year since 2013’s 1.99 percent jump.
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You may not be aware, but Young is a pioneer. Now in his 11th season in the NBA, averaging 12.1 points and 6.0 rebounds for the pleasantly surprising Pacers, Young was part of the initial draft class affected by the league’s age-limit rule. He was one-and-done before we had a name for it.
Did someone say RBBC? That’s what it looks like we are headed for in Green Bay, where coach Mike McCarthy mentioned they’ll need all three guys. He did specifically say that Ty Montgomery is a running back, but praised his versatility and, reading between the lines, I expect to see Montgomery lined up all over the place. Speaking with a source close to the team, however, I’ll have Aaron Jones ranked highest among the Packers’ runners. All three are talented, but my sense is he has the best chance to take the job and — wait for it — run with it. Thank you. Thanks. I’ll be here all week.
Kids A.J. Derby Jersey Initially, I totally supported the players in what they were doing, Ross said. It’s America, and people should be able to really speak about their choices.
But Ross told the newspaper he came to the standing decision because he felt the message being sent by kneeling players was unpatriotic and anti-military, an interpretation that was taken by President Donald Trump.
When that message changed, and everybody was interpreting it as that was the reason, then I was against kneeling, Ross told the Daily News. I like Donald [Trump]. I don’t support everything that he says. Overall, I think he was trying to make a point, and his message became what kneeling was all about. From that standpoint, that is the way the public is interpreting it. So I think that’s really incumbent upon us to adopt that. That’s how, I think, the country now is interpreting the kneeling issue.
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the anthem in the 2016 season. He and other players have said they knelt to raise awareness about racial injustice and police brutality.