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Date d'inscription: 05-04-2017
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We were on a mission," Yankees GM Brian Cashman said.

Cashman took Naerhing's recommendation and, in a three-team trade, dealt pitcher Shane Greene to acquire Gregorius.Gregorius has replaced Jeter. In fact, he did Jeter one better. Jeter never hit two home runs in a playoff game. Gregorius is suddenly doing what Jeter did so many times. He is leading the Yankees toward a possible championship.
Gregorius, however, is the reason the Yankees are going to the ALCS. The Yankees homed in on Gregorius during Jeter's final season in 2014. Gregorius had already bounced around a little, having played for the Reds … ERSEY.html and Diamondbacks. That's when Yankees super scout Tim Naerhing thought he could be special, even though Gregorius wasn't playing every day for Arizona.
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins haven't come close to working out a long-term deal, and there are no indications that anything has changed. Washington could place an unprecedented third consecutive franchise tag on Cousins this upcoming offseason, but it would cost close to $35 million. 
If that price becomes prohibitive for the Miles Wood Authentic Jersey Redskins, Cousins could hit the market and become one of the few productive starting quarterbacks to ever reach free agency. Before diving into why Cousins might (and might not) fit with the nine teams most likely to have starting QB needs in 2018, a quick word on the teams that did not make the cut. Rams coach Sean McVay was Cousins' offensive coordinator from 2014 to '16, but Jared Goff's improved performance makes L.A. a less likely match.
Likewise, four teams with aging quarterbacks -- the Steelers, Chargers, Saints and Giants -- could become more viable candidates as circumstances evolve. Denver? The Broncos like Trevor Siemian and still have Paxton Lynch, but with John Elway as GM, nothing ever seems off the table.
You know how it goes: The best NFL players almost never make it to free agency. It's rare for even an average quarterback to get there.
We could see exceptions to both rules in the spring of 2018, based on a relatively monster list of players whose contracts are set to expire. Some of them could sign contract extensions during the season or before the market opens with their current teams. Others might receive the franchise tag, and a few could retire.
Cousins is playing under the franchise tag Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Adidas Jersey for the second consecutive season. There is unlikely to be a third, given the enormous cost of nearly $34 million in cash and cap space. Conventional wisdom suggests that Cousins, having come this far, will test free agency to find out his true market. That deal, from the Redskins or someone Chris Tillman Authentic Jersey else, should break NFL records.
After turning down a long-term offer this summer, Bell is playing on a $12.1 million franchise tag. It would cost the Steelers around $15 million to franchise him again in 2018. Would they really pay him so much? That figure is nearly twice the highest average salary for a running back other than Bell (Devonta Freeman, $8.25 million). A word to the wise: Free agency is often a disappointment for veteran running backs. By next spring, Bell will have five NFL seasons' worth of wear and tear on his body. … mp;t=16713 … mp;t=52331 … amp;extra=

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