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Report: Chargers' Jackson, McNeill preparing for long holdout

San Diego Chargers restricted free agents Vincent Jackson and Marcus McNeill are reportedly making financial preparations not only to sit out for the first 10 weeks of the 2010 season, but also to sit through all of 2011 without getting paid if the owners lock out the players.

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Jackson and McNeill have made financial preparations in case a lockout wipes out the 2011 season.

Jackson and McNeill both declined to sign their one-year tender offers before midnight last night, which means both will have those offers reduced from more than $3 million to about $600,000. But if they both play only six weeks (which is the minimum needed to earn an accrued season toward unrestricted free agency), Jackson will make $206,000 and McNeill $212,000 in 2010.

Obviously, there are lots of people reading this who will make less than $212,000, total, in 2010 and 2011. So it doesn’t exactly seem like a Herculean feat for Jackson and McNeill to make the financial preparations necessary to live on that much money for the next two years.

But when Jackson and McNeill have both turned up their noses at more than $3 million for 2010, living for the next two years on just over $200,000 seems like a stretch. In any event, it’s wise for every NFL player to make financial preparations for the possibility of missing paychecks in 2011. On that front, Jackson and McNeill are apparently leading the way.

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  1. steely devil hab says: Jun 15, 2010 10:46 AM

    Fully support these poor, underpaid professionals. Maybe they should consider never playing again to get their point accross…

  2. This is not news says: Jun 15, 2010 10:49 AM

    2 down, only 1694 more players to go.

  3. DonTerrelli says: Jun 15, 2010 10:50 AM

    Idiots! Gosh!
    /Napoleon Dynamite voice

  4. Cro-Mags says: Jun 15, 2010 10:52 AM

    “living for the next two years on just over $200,000 seems like a stretch”
    Aww cry me a river while you’re sitting on your ass NOT WORKING.

  5. Trips Right, 68 Slant, D Slant says: Jun 15, 2010 10:54 AM

    Urrrr Ahhhh….
    Too bad there, HumBolt and fantasy footballers.
    ‘Guess you guys have to settle for Malcolm-In-The-Middle.
    ‘Nation……….

  6. AlphaQ2 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:00 AM

    Wow that is ballsy! Why not just take the three plus million, play your ass off, and get paid the next time around in either 2011 or 2012 if the lockout occurs? IMHO, they are receiving terrible advice.

  7. HarrisonHits says: Jun 15, 2010 11:00 AM

    Screw the greedy bastards, hope they get into trouble while they’re holding out and never get back on the field.

  8. bigbolt says: Jun 15, 2010 11:02 AM

    These two guys are either MORONS or are getting awful advice from their weasel agents, or both. And who’s to say that the new CBA is going to make these guys Unrestricted FA’s? The new CBA could just as easily put these guys right back in the same situation they’re in now. It’s a gigantic gamble on their part.
    Just goes to show that this game is all about money. These guys play for a team that has a Super Bowl quality roster, yet they turn down over $3 million for one year in the prime of their lives, in a terrible economy, when there’s also no guarantee there will be football in 2011 either. They are playing russian roulette with their careers. It’s amazing how dumb these guys are around the league trying to play hardball about getting new deals when there is no friggin’ CBA in place for next year!!!

  9. downwithdansnyder says: Jun 15, 2010 11:02 AM

    They need to learn to live off of that so they can A) Save some of their NFL pay and B) continue to live off that saved NFL pay so they don’t have to try and get a “real” job later in life, that they are more often than not (NFL players) not prepared for.

  10. ChargerDillon says: Jun 15, 2010 11:04 AM

    As a Charger fan let me say this….
    The Chargers didn’t win a superbowl with them, so what damn difference does it make, underperformers in big games
    Although with McNeil I make this observation. What happens in Week 1 Philip Rivers gets hit and injured for the season coming from his blindside. How much is McNeil worth then when Rivers is gone for the season…..probably a lot more than any amount of money in a contract he was asking for…..
    As for VJ he’s a douche who cant keep his head out of a cop car, so he doesnt deserve a big deal

  11. stiller43 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:05 AM

    # HarrisonHits says: June 15, 2010 11:00 AM
    Screw the greedy bastards, hope they get into trouble while they’re holding out and never get back on the field.
    ___________________________________
    Eh, what are the chances of Jackon getting ANOTHER D.U.I.?…

  12. EShine says: Jun 15, 2010 11:07 AM

    It must be difficult to walk around with those huge brass balls hanging between their legs.

  13. PurplePower says: Jun 15, 2010 11:16 AM

    If you look at it from their perspective, their performance on the field has helped expand the Chargers brand and in turn make the owners more profits. So they do deserve more than the $200,000 that they will get. Are the vastly overpaid to play a game? Yes. Do they really need all that money? Probably not. But is it fair that the owners won’t give them a bigger chunk of the pie that they helped bake? No. So they should go out and try and get that cash while they still can.

  14. QJ1984 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:16 AM

    Cro-mags
    That had to be the dumbest comment ever made. They have to do some work to earn that 200k. More specifically, they have to play 6 games this year to earn it. Which means they will have to stay in shape, even while not playing the first 10 games. Thats hardly sitting on their asses doing nothing.
    Its not like the Chargers are just handing them that money.

  15. DEMOLITION says: Jun 15, 2010 11:16 AM

    Cry me a Phillip Rivers

  16. texasPHINSfan says: Jun 15, 2010 11:18 AM

    you know, these guys are spoiled. I doubt they’ll find much sympathy from the fans.
    We, the fans, have been subject to the economy’s ups and downs (mostly downs of late). We’ve had to deal with decreased wages, unemployment, everything.
    Meanwhile, these overpaid “athletes” have gotten raises every year – just look at the draft’s increases year over year and how contracts in the future are always more than they were last year or a few years ago.
    Sorry, but until the football salaries reflect the markets and fair value, I can’t empathize with these overpaid babies. Value is relative, but the scale they’ve been using has been way out of whack for a long time now.

  17. BoltsFan says: Jun 15, 2010 11:19 AM

    Agree completely with those of you on here that says “to hell with these greedy idiot players.” It’s not like most of them are Phi Beta Kappas to begin with, and it definitely isn’t like they could decide to quit football and pursue careers in other fields that would pay them anywhere near as much money. I hope they end up losing their arses.

  18. QJ1984 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:21 AM

    AlphaQ2
    If there was chance that you could get what you want by holding out and there was zero chance you could get what you want by signing, what would you do?
    They want long term deals. The best way to accomplish getting that long term deal is by calling the Chargers bluff. They are technically not under contract, so they are not losing any money.
    My bet is eventually the Chargers will fold. These are two of their best players. There is no way they go far this season without them, especially Jackson.

  19. TheBengal13 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:26 AM

    Can’t wait to see the Chargers implode this year. December 26th, Bolts fans–you’ll get trounced in the snowy “Jungle”. Book it.

  20. Nobi says: Jun 15, 2010 11:39 AM

    Who the hell is Marcus Mcneill?.
    And @texasPHINSfan
    I understand where you’re coming from about player salaries, but just remember, the owners are the ones making the real money (ticket sales, merchandise), and it is only fair that they have to split what they make with the players at a fair proportion.
    Now if we want to drive down salaries and ticket prices and stuff like that, how about we stop buying their insanely priced PSL’s, and their over-priced jerseys.

  21. OntBoltFan says: Jun 15, 2010 11:41 AM

    I think the players concern is more to do with getting hurt than the $. If they get hurt they jeopardize the $8M/yr that they will likely get in the likely upcoming long term deal. Both are probowlers now so they already qualify for the big $.
    Their contracts are up with SD. If the new CBA keeps the 4 yr requirement to be an UFA, they can sign their big FA deals to start in 2011 with any team they want.

  22. RaiderChile says: Jun 15, 2010 11:42 AM

    Raiders need to get Jackson. Come make a bigger splash. The cherry on top of the off season.

  23. bigbolt says: Jun 15, 2010 11:45 AM

    @QJ1984
    My bet is eventually the Chargers will fold. These are two of their best players. There is no way they go far this season without them, especially Jackson.
    ___________________________________
    AJ Smith doesn’t fold. The guy is the most STUBBORN G.M. in the NFL. AJ Smith has already said that Antonio Gates is 1st in line for a new contract….and the Chargers haven’t even started negotiations with Gates yet! So how in the hell do McNeill and Jackson think they’re going to get new deals when the Chargers haven’t even sat down with Gates yet?
    AJ Smith will play the entire season with inferior players at WR and OLT before he caves in to greedy players and their weasel agents. And Jackson’s 2 DUI’s and looming suspension doesn’t exactly scream long-term contract.

  24. Sourdough says: Jun 15, 2010 11:52 AM

    Playing football in the NFL is a privilege, not a right.
    Raiturds suck!

  25. DB26 says: Jun 15, 2010 12:10 PM

    It is awful it has come to this. I do not put a whole lot of blame in the way of 2 players that have produced for their team for them to get to the point they are, which is an annual winner. When it comes to the 5 guys the Browns had holding out, different story, only 1 deserved paid. Both these guys deserve a check.
    Here is why they don’t play on that salary:
    1) What happens if they play on a 3 mil salary and have a career ending injury? No guaranteed money there to live on for guys that have earned such.
    2) The greed part comes from all of these agents, most of the players don’t even think about the contract, especially if they are good and produce.
    3) Most all of these players have followed bad advice leading to the point we are at now. Guys not getting a check because teams don’t have to pay them.
    Look for Vincent Jackson to be traded to a team that has the cap space available under what terms they will likely play with next season, if they play next season. Cleveland needs a receiver and signed most FA’s to frontloaded bonus type contracts leaving plenty of potential cap space.

  26. VegasBronco says: Jun 15, 2010 12:18 PM

    That a way Jackson and McNeill, how dare your employer tell you that you did not deserve a raise!
    Maybe if the Chargers figure out that the players are running this organization then something positive may happen!
    Hey Meriman, ‘roids are OK again.

  27. sdffa11 says: Jun 15, 2010 12:21 PM

    I can’t believe the general public is against the players. it’s the owners who are being greedy because they’re billionaires and profiting like crazy from the NFL but they refuse to pay their good players.
    players=millionaires
    owners=billionaires
    and to the idiot who doesn’t kno Marcus mcneill, it show u kno nothing about football and u must only watch sportscenter

  28. pftfanboy says: Jun 15, 2010 12:21 PM

    i dont have a problem with these dudes or any other players in the nfl sitting out to get what they think is fair value. it is their business.
    personally, having a 300 lb behemoth slam me into a november grass that is more like concrete is not worth any amount of money.
    the teams and owners use these dudes as investments and nothing more.

  29. green&bold says: Jun 15, 2010 12:22 PM

    Wonder why so many coming down on players that want fair market value? Just because it is more money than I’ll ever make doesn’t mean they don’t deserve it.
    If McNeil is worth 6-8 mil per year in current NFL structure, why should he accept 3? This is awfully similar to person who makes 50K per year and during a contract year the boss says, we are going to pay you 15K this year because we can. If its me, I work the last 1/3 of the year (half-assed of course), take my 15 K and tell em to #$*@# off.
    Anyone under the delusion that $ isn’t the top motivator in pro sports (for most anyway), I’d like to live in your fantasy world.

  30. clint says: Jun 15, 2010 12:33 PM

    I think they did the same thing w/ Fred Dean. He wanted more money, Chargers would not cave so he decided to win the SuperBowl without them.
    Jackson is a alcoholic idiot.. 3 mil should have been good enough for him.
    McNeil is an ass-kicking LT that has been underpaid for several years. (thats what you
    get for being a 2nd round pick). He’s prolly inline
    for something closer to 8 mil per season.

  31. Doctor Doom says: Jun 15, 2010 12:50 PM

    Heading to the UFL in 2011.

  32. myeaglescantwin says: Jun 15, 2010 12:55 PM

    philip rivers chokes in big games.. more than any other QB in the league. (dmac included)
    this team will be a powerhouse right into the playoffs River will bomb on teams and ru his mouth.. then playoff time comes around and his rating drops to 50.3
    why dont we ever hear about this??

  33. nflhof says: Jun 15, 2010 12:56 PM

    I wonder who is leading these two players and do these agents have any other players in the NFL who have signed their tenders? VJ and MM can wait this thing out for 2 years that is a long time to be an inactive NFL player. I really think this has something to do with the collusion issue for the players. They both deserve new long term deals because they earned them but shouldnt they be pissed at the NFLPA for agreeing to these uncapped rules?

  34. A_MAC says: Jun 15, 2010 12:56 PM

    it’s all al davis’s fault for taking care of his players.
    sourdough sucks!!!

  35. hotchick says: Jun 15, 2010 1:07 PM

    Purplepowder…
    You post acts as if they were only offered $200,000.
    Let’s not leave out the facts that don’t fit your point.

  36. Jagerbolt says: Jun 15, 2010 1:12 PM

    # big bolt
    “AJ Smith doesn’t fold. The guy is the most STUBBORN G.M. in the NFL.”
    ___________________________
    Came here to say this pretty much. They won’t win this one.
    Jackson I am okay with not being there. We have other capable WRs, including the former 1st round pick Buster Davis who at this point must be desperate to shed his bust label after being always injured his first couple of seasons.
    McNeill not being there is more of a worry, but Rivers has amazing pocket presence and knows how to get rid of the ball before being hit. And last season he was under pressure constantly with our o-line missing 3 starters at one point.

  37. AlphaQ2 says: Jun 15, 2010 1:12 PM

    QJ1984
    If there was chance that you could get what you want by holding out and there was zero chance you could get what you want by signing, what would you do?………………………
    I would take the three million rather than but heads with AJ Smith. Also, everyone wants things they can’t have. Why would the NFL be different than the rest of life?
    They want long term deals. The best way to accomplish getting that long term deal is by calling the Chargers bluff. They are technically not under contract, so they are not losing any money…………………………………….
    You obviously do not understand how the front office of the Chargers works. AJ Smith is not bluffing….Uh, 3mil vs. 200K, I’m no rocket scientist but that seems like a bit of a loss to me.
    My bet is eventually the Chargers will fold. These are two of their best players. There is no way they go far this season without them, especially Jackson………………………….
    I would love to take that bet. If AJ were to fold (which he has proven that he won’t) it would be on the blind side tackle who keeps his franchise QB standing on two legs, not the receiver.

  38. hotchick says: Jun 15, 2010 1:16 PM

    So if you are a billionaire you are greedy and if you are a millionaire you are not?
    Or are you less greedy?
    Is greedy measured by how much money you have?
    Maybe the general public understands greed better then you and that is why it seems they are against the players.
    Was Jackson never offered a long term deal?
    Do you think all he could make was $3mil this year? $3 mil is not paying him? Do you think the player and team never spoke about a contract beyond one season? Think maybe Jackson turned down a deal that would have paid him more, maybe even market value and he turned it down? Do you think players never over estimate their own worth? Do you think a guy who is facing a long term suspension for off the field behavior might not be worth the risk of the large signing bonus involved in long term deals?

  39. bigbolt says: Jun 15, 2010 1:19 PM

    @green&bold
    Your argument is idiotic. McNeill and Jackson made somewhere around $500,000 last year. Accepting a $3.2 million contract is a massive pay INCREASE! They aren’t taking pay cuts, moron!
    If McNeill was worth 6-8 mill in the current salary structure how come NO other team offered him a contract as a RFA??? Even a team like the Colts, who have a dire need at OLT and picked at the end of the 1st round, didn’t even offer McNeill a contract.

  40. Trips Right, 68 Slant, D Slant says: Jun 15, 2010 1:23 PM

    Sour-Bro,
    “Playing football in the NFL is a privilege, not a right.
    Raiturds suck!”
    Tsss Tsss Tsss….. What do we have here? Sour-Bro throwing more tantrums and contradicting his very own code (as revealed in the link below).
    ‘Guess that “credibility” that you mentioned and care so much about is nothing more than a full-fledged facade.
    LMFAO!!!
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/13/raiders-don-rose-colored-glasses-for-heyward-bey/
    ‘Nation……..

  41. Mark0226 says: Jun 15, 2010 1:32 PM

    This is a really stupid move. First, they must realize that AJ Smith will not cave, so they WILL miss 10 games, and the Chargers have NO obligation to put them on the field for the 6 remaining games. Keep them on the inactive roster. Ask Mike Williams how much his value increased after sitting out a year without playing.
    Oh wait, they may actually be sitting for two years. Yeah, that should really increase your value. Two years without playing, means any team that signs you will be taking a risk. With no game film, who knows if you two are still in shape and capable of playing at the same level. You’ve already proven to be anti-ownership, so what owner is going to take this risk?
    A player’s career is short, maybe 10-15 years maximum for elite players. Do you really want to lose 13-20% of your career earnings? Why? So you can get a big pay day? But, you’re putting that payday off 2 years, and it may not even come (see above). The better financial decision is to take the easy $3 mil now, play and prove your value, and hit the market next year for the big payday.

  42. texasPHINSfan says: Jun 15, 2010 1:34 PM

    “Nobi says:
    June 15, 2010 11:39 AM
    Who the hell is Marcus Mcneill?.
    And @texasPHINSfan
    I understand where you’re coming from about player salaries, but just remember, the owners are the ones making the real money (ticket sales, merchandise), and it is only fair that they have to split what they make with the players at a fair proportion.
    Now if we want to drive down salaries and ticket prices and stuff like that, how about we stop buying their insanely priced PSL’s, and their over-priced jerseys. ”
    ————————-
    The only problem is the teams aren’t always making money – in fact some surely lost money in 2008 with the economy decline and people weren’t spending as much. The other reality is it doesn’t matter what the owners of a company make – it’s not the business of the employees.
    A company can be immensely profitable – but that doesn’t mean it has to share all those profits with the employees. How many publicly traded companies do NOT pay a dividend? Many! That’s not profit-sharing. It’s also standard practice.
    The company I work for doesn’t pay me more every year when they make more money. I also value the fact I even have a job and won’t hold out or strike.
    The reality is they have been overpaid for a long time (the players). We all want long-term deals, but how many of you guys get them from work? The athletes have no perspective and are spoiled, point-blank. Have them talk to the NFL hopefuls that flamed-out after college and are now stuck finding regular work at $45k/year like the rest of us. Perspective, man.

  43. texasPHINSfan says: Jun 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    “green&bold says:
    June 15, 2010 12:22 PM
    Wonder why so many coming down on players that want fair market value? Just because it is more money than I’ll ever make doesn’t mean they don’t deserve it.”
    ———–
    *sigh
    It’s not fair market value, the perception of what athletes are worth is immensely skewed due to the prior labor agreement and NFLPA. 3-5% annual increases were expected, and the gradual increase in the salary cap (negotiated by the players union) has increased the allowable spending by the teams over the last decade+. That doesn’t mean the teams HAVE to spend the money, and that doesn’t mean the players are worth more.
    The owners of the teams are business people that have invested a lot of time, sweat, and money to get to where they are today (inheritance owners aside). The owners have been most likely spending their entire lives toiling in some business or industry to earn that wealth – I mean how many owners are lottery winners? I think they deserve to have a right to earn a profit.
    Thinking that they should not earn a profit and instead share all profits with the employees (who, by the way, agreed by *contract* to play for a certain value) is a socialist ideology at it’s core – denying the venture capitalists & investors to earn a profit.
    When the owners are allowed to break contracts & fire players without paying them out contracts due to poor performances on the field, THEN i’ll empathize with the players. Right now the players have all the rights – they can hold out, they can skip workouts, they have guaranteed contracts. If they suck the next year, they still get paid. The owners do not have these advantages and cannot decrease contracts, have to pay out guaranteed money when cutting players, etc.
    The players have more cards than they’re willing to admit – but the problem is most of the players today have had these benefits for so long, they don’t appreciate what the players 20 years ago had to go through & deal with.

  44. GOVIKES|GOVIKES says: Jun 15, 2010 2:17 PM

    God these comments get filled with morons. Being able to play in the NFL is a very specific skill. A skill that has a value to it. At the end of the day, only one person gets to decide what your skill is worth, YOU, it’s what you’re willing to work for.
    I imagine many of you work for more than minimum wage. If you were to become unemployed, would you instantly accept a minimum wage job, or would you hold out for something you think was more in line with what you consider your value to be? Does that make you greedy? Or does that mean you have the self-esteem to insist that your employer compensate you at a level commensurate with your ability?
    At the end of the day there is no such thing as a “correct” price. The only price that is “correct” is when a willing buyer and willing seller agree to terms, which can be wildly variable. Compare ticket prices to those around you next time you are on a plane.
    Most of the people on this forum are so jealous that someone could turn down 3 million, they have no ability to have any other reaction than to call them greedy.

  45. Sourdough says: Jun 15, 2010 2:24 PM

    @Trips Right, 68 Slant, D Slant: I’m still waiting for you to explain why you believe the Raiders “are going to win the AFC West AND walk through the playoffs”, after posting their seventh (7th) consecutive season with at LEAST eleven (11) losses…… Your quote/prediction, not mine.
    As for your claim of a “Raiders Nation.” How in the world is it called a Nation serious when the Raiders finished dead last in home attendance last season!? Team can’t even fill a stadium, let alone find enough fans to remotely resemble a nation. The Raiders are a joke, guy.

  46. Mike Daly says: Jun 15, 2010 3:07 PM

    Is there a team where some important player ISN’T involved in a holdout right now?
    GOVIKES – You make some valid points, but the fact remains that these players are dealing with monetary amounts most fans can never dream of seeing and it does because at least somewhat absurd for them to turn down a $3 million contract. I agree about there not necessarily being a “correct” price, but there is also that a price can be above a player’s objective value.

  47. texasPHINSfan says: Jun 15, 2010 4:33 PM

    GoVikes – what you say (in theory) is true, but the example you use is a little extreme.
    I mean, minimum wage? Not even considering Jackson & McNeil – but every other holdout that is getting millions, just wanting a few million more. That isn’t the same as those of us who went to college and graduated legimitately making $45k/year “settling” for minimum wage, come on now.
    Not to mention the players union is charging the owners with collusion to not spend. Uh, if what you say is true, how come the owners aren’t allowed to pay what they deem fair? The players union is charging that the owners shouldn’t be allowed to NOT spend, and should be forced to spend.
    That right there doesn’t mesh well with your argument for capitalism (which I agree with).

  48. Trips Right, 68 Slant, D Slant says: Jun 15, 2010 4:49 PM

    Yo Sour-Bro,
    Since the moderators of this ‘site chose not to post my comment; where I found and posted every single post you ever posted on this ‘site and some on other ‘sites; and then called you out on them – this will have to suffice:
    “Give us examples and proof as to why we should believe your nonsensical gibberish of the Raiturds making a run at the AFC Championship.”
    Proof? ‘So idiotic (expected though). What can you or anyone prove in the pre-season regarding the prospects of an NFL team? Wow!
    If you haven’t seen our gradual improvement towards the close of the ’09 season, our 2010 FA moves, our draft, our new stability in the coaching staff, the coaches’ newfound autonomy, our schedule, etc; then you are the most clueless sap to ever click a Profootballtalk.com link. Matter of fact; you must walk through life totally oblivious and virtually unconscious.
    “Simply calling people names is easy, especially behind the safety of your computer.”
    You mean like “Raiturds” you lame? And safety from what? Not too many cats can get-down with ex-Infantry soulja. You seem to be so damn keen – How ‘bout you trace my IP, triangulate & confirm my location, then come test your manhood….. Tough guy.
    “But what you are really doing is ruining what little credibility you brought to the table.”
    Credibilty? Credibility? LMFAO!! Surely you jest… Right? What freakin’ credibility moron? Is that what you care about “in the comment section of a website (continually LMFAO)?”
    Get real.
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/13/raiders-don-rose-colored-glasses-for-heyward-bey/
    Oh yeah……..
    “Judging by Chris Johnson’s poor grasp of the English language, I’d say he and Trips Right, 68 Slant, D Slant must be related.”
    Yeah thats right – The U.S. Army employed an illiterate for 21 years, the Atlanta Police Department for 1 year, and the Annapolis Fire Department for the past 1-1/2 and still counting.
    I’m Buckwheat and Mushmouth from Fat Albert and tht Gang all rolled into one. Ohhhhh-Tayyy! Heybee man-bah; we-bah still-bah gone-bah kick-bah the-bah ‘Bolts-bah ass-bahs this-bah season-bah.
    What a damn simpleton.
    You can’t fade us.
    We’ out!
    ‘Nation…………

  49. OntBoltFan says: Jun 15, 2010 5:44 PM

    I don’t think this was going to be SD’s year anyway. More like BAL or NE or even the NYJ’s who are a little more stocked, especially on D.
    We know the O can score. Merriman may sit out, new CB, S questions with Ellison, avg Dline does not add up to a top D.

  50. Ryan35 says: Jun 15, 2010 11:56 PM

    Anyone that receives a lump sum of a million dollars or more and cant live off that is an idiot. I dont care what your contract pays you or anything else if you cant live for the rest of your life off a million dollars “YOU ARE AN IDIOT”

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