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Old 14.06.2019, 10:26 AM
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Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has died aged 75.
It might seem odd to some to say this, but I never realised how successful the Broncos had been under his ownership.

7 SB appearances, 3 SB wins, a winning percentage of. 596 (354-240-1) and a league-high 199 regular-season home wins. Very impressive.

RIP.
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Old 14.06.2019, 08:36 PM
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based on numbers supplied by Albert Breer/Field Yates Carson Wentz cap numbers will be

2019 $4m
2020 $18.5m
2021 $34.6m
2022 $31.2m
2023 $34.2m
2024 $32m

also no guaranteed money after 2021.
The new CBA, or lack thereof, might have something to do with that too?
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Old 14.06.2019, 11:30 PM
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The Texans are ending their interest in Nick Caserio as their GM, with the Patriots dropping their tampering charges in return.
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Old 14.06.2019, 11:53 PM
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The Texans are ending their interest in Nick Caserio as their GM, with the Patriots dropping their tampering charges in return.

so it worked out well for everyone, well apart from Nick.
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so it worked out well for everyone, well apart from Nick.
Think the Texans have made an embarrassing mess of their whole GM situation tbh. It’s a good thing they’re not us, or they’d be in for the mother of all media s***storms...
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Think the Texans have made an embarrassing mess of their whole GM situation tbh. It’s a good thing they’re not us, or they’d be in for the mother of all media s***storms...
Why can the Patriots stop Caserio from interviewing for the Texans GM post anyway?

Surely it's a promotion going from Director of Player Personnel to GM? Doesn't that mean he can interview for it?
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so it worked out well for everyone, well apart from Nick.
I am sure Nick is doing very well and when he does finally leave he will become very rich over night,he has turned down a few offers to leave in previous seasons so he must be more than happy in Foxboro.
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Why can the Patriots stop Caserio from interviewing for the Texans GM post anyway?

Surely it's a promotion going from Director of Player Personnel to GM? Doesn't that mean he can interview for it?
evidently there is some "contract language" in his deal that once the Texans became aware of it they immediately dropped there pursuit.as with lots of front office employees there contracts are not made public so we can only speculate on what was the stumbling block.

maybe Caseiro can only interview during a certain time frame or maybe its linked to vacancies with full control over the 53 man roster which the Texans last GM supposedly didn't have.

rumour that the Texans may just go without replacing there GM until the next off-season then go back in for Caseiro.
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OJ Simpson joined Twitter today with a video message. I hope he’s got his notifications switched off.
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