Originally Posted by Jackson Filth
if what you said is true, that's if they decide not to pick-up his option. otherwise (if the reported figures are correct) he's getting paid 5+ million. that's a lot for both a back-up and/or a specialist just for the wildcat.
you dont know much about a NFL contract do you?....its not like a basketball contract....out of that 6+ million dollars over the 2 years...only 3 million is guaranteed money....you have to do certain stuff for a team to get the whole contract....for example, it could be something like make it to the Superbowl....or statics...and when a player completes those requirements, then only they get paid...
and if you still think wild cat is a gimmick....you need to watch more football....