Will Antonio Brown get his $9 million signing bonus?

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Eleven days ago, the Patriots gave Antonio Brown a $9 million signing bonus. But they’ve yet to actually give him any of it.

The contract requires the team to pay the first installment of $5 million on or before Monday, September 23. Per a league source, that payment has not yet been made. Brown will now wait to see whether the money arrives in three days.

If it doesn’t, Brown would have to file a grievance seeking payment. Under the labor deal, the team incurs no risk by refusing to pay it. If the Patriots lose, they simply owe him the money, without attorneys’ fees, liquidated damages, or even interest.

So would New England’s case to keep the money hold water? Based on the plain terms of the labor deal, Brown did not commit a “forfeitable breach” that would permit recovery of any portion of his signing bonus. That said, the Patriots could attempt to resist payment based on the notion that Brown and his representatives knew that Brown faced a potential civil lawsuit that would trigger NFL scrutiny and a possible suspension.

It would be a creative and unprecedented argument, but the Patriots have nothing to lose. That said, if there were any shenanigans associated with Brown’s efforts to gain his freedom from the Raiders — some believe he knew the Patriots were waiting to pounce — the Patriots may not want to give Brown any motivation to blow the whistle. But if the Patriots aren’t concerned about any such collateral consequences, there’s simply nothing to lose by refusing to pay the $9 million, forcing Brown to fight for it, and arguing that if Brown had disclosed the threatened litigation they never would have signed him.

Brown also has a fully-guaranteed base salary of $1.025 million. The same argument that could be made to avoid paying the signing bonus could, in theory, be used to avoid paying the balance of the salary. The team also could attempt to void the remaining guarantees. (Brown’s worst-case scenario would seem to be the recovery of four weeks of game checks as Termination Pay; he wouldn’t get the full year’s worth of salary because he wasn’t on the Week One roster.)

If the Patriots decide to take an aggressive stance with Brown, who knows what will happen? Given that he has become anything but a sympathetic figure in recent weeks, an arbitrator could be inclined to find a way to prevent Brown from profiting from his own apparent wrongdoing.

112 responses to “Will Antonio Brown get his $9 million signing bonus?

  1. They cut him days before the payment is due. Chances are the timing has something to do with them deciding not to pay him. $5 million can pay for a lot of massages.

  2. pay the man:

    guaranteed adjective
    guar·​an·​teed | \ ˌger-ən-ˈtēd , ˌgär-, ˌga-rən- also ˈger-ən-ˌtēd or ˈgär-ən-, ˈga-rən-\
    Definition of guaranteed
    1: assured with a guarantee (see GUARANTEE entry 2 sense 3) : protected or promised by a guarantee
    a guaranteed annual wage

  3. It seems unfathomable that any contract would not have some kind of clause like that in it, and even more ridiculous if the Patriots did not include one after what happened in Pitt and Oak. I think the Patriots will lose this one and (Tylaw) Trent Williams will not be going to NE.

  4. The Patriots cut Aaron Hernandez before he was convicted of anything. Other teams have done the same. Frisco cut Reuben Foster and Cleveland cut Johnny Football, even though neither was charged with any crime. So there is precedent that teams can cut players for misconduct even though there is no conviction.

  5. Every contract should have a clause on behavior. If a player is released due to legal problems or issues at their workplace, all money from that point forward should be forfeited and the player can move to their next team and contract.

  6. No worries, Robert Kraft is totally comfortable with paying people lots of money to make his problems go away.

  7. The Patriots are like the lawyers for a car company that discover a dangerous flaw in their car. Its all math – how many lives will be lost, do we have plausible deniability, how much money can we save by not issuing a recall? Its all about wins and dollars and there’s no room for integrity – the Patriot way.

  8. So let me see if I get it.

    If they pay him it’s because they were involved in the shenanigans surrounding his Raiders’ release and they want to buy his silence. It will have nothing to do with them actually owing him the money per the contract, but instead will be totally and 100% nefarious.

    Yeah, ok. I can see that.

  9. You can be guaranteed, that in his mind, he thinks he’s gonna get the money. What the Patriots decide to do, we will see soon. If they don’t give him the money, grievance city, I’m sure.

  10. Belichick still fleeced the league. They only had to pay him like $150,000. Like what someone else posted here, having Brown on the Patriots was a luxury, not a necessity. It’s not too late for the team to acquire Trent Williams.

  11. I’m absolutely sure that the Pats structured his contract, including his signing bonus, to include behavioral contingency clauses. It might be worth explaining to fans (just a suggestion) what “guaranteed” means within the context of NFL contracts, because that one word has several completely different (and orthogonal) meanings that always get rolled together.

  12. The Pats made this bed and now they have to lie in it.

    Seems like everyone but them knew this was going to be a mistake.

  13. There has been language from his contract quoted elsewhere that includes a clause concerning behavior injurious to the Patriots brand. One look at the comments on the AB threads here is all the proof the Pats would need with an arbitrator.

  14. He doesn’t deserve the money if he with held information about the suit. Although, he will go after the money because it seems he’s going to lose the lawsuit and end up paying other potential victims too.

  15. “If Brown has even slightest chance at the $9 million, he’ll figure out how to ruin that chance.”
    _____________

    He’s probably texting Kraft and Belichick as we speak, threatening them and their families.

  16. The Patriots should be forced to pay this person as punishment for circumventing the rules over and over and over …

  17. From reading the quoted text – which is always risky without reading the rest of the contract – it looks like the payment clause cited merely specifies when a payment is made, not whether it is payable. Not unusual for a payment that has been earned in the first place – guaranteed, in other words – to actually be payable at a later date. Unless there is another clause saying the payment does not become guaranteed until the 23d, Pats may lose this one. All those Pats fanboys slobbering over their supposed cleverness may be in for a rude surprise.

  18. Brown withheld the fact he was about to be sued for sexual assault from the Patriots. That’s grounds enough to justify withholding his money and daring Brown to sue — and never get signed by another team for sure.

    In other news, expect “tylawspick6” to suddenly turn on Brown and call him scum. And lecture how cut-above the Patriots are for not tolerating such scum.

  19. radrntn says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:36 pm
    pay the man:

    guaranteed adjective
    guar·​an·​teed | \ ˌger-ən-ˈtēd , ˌgär-, ˌga-rən- also ˈger-ən-ˌtēd or ˈgär-ən-, ˈga-rən-\
    Definition of guaranteed
    1: assured with a guarantee (see GUARANTEE entry 2 sense 3) : protected or promised by a guarantee
    a guaranteed annual wage
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Raiders first…then you can talk.

  20. You gotta wonder if this dude just doesn’t want to play football anymore. Who in their right mind would send those texts just a couple of days before collecting $5 million dollars? It’s baffling.

  21. What’s really disturbing is the fact that you send a threatening text message to an accuser and under the NFL’s rules and guidelines that isn’t That one’s non-payment of a signing bonus

  22. One thing social media does is give you a window into the circle of “yes-man” that surrounds a professional athlete.

    I was reading AB’s social media comments after he posted about signing with the Pats and how many comments from stars were saying things like “good job” “chess not checkers”

    The man Lost a 30 million dollar contract to sign with a team for 9 millions. How is that Chess? That was more like crapping out in Vegas more than Chess. No pun intended.

    One would have to look real closely to find a sadder NFL story.

    This Steelers tolerated him.

    The Raiders loved and supported him unconditionally

    Yet he signs with a team that has no love and loyalty to any player not named Tom Brady. A team that will drop you right where they find you the second that you become a detriment to their dynasty. He signs with them for pennies on the dollar yet the pro sports athlete community was cheering AB on after he signed with the Pats calling that move “Chess not Checkers.”

    Amazingly sad.

  23. The more shocking is that his conduct isn’t deemed offensive enough that he He would get paid $9mill Bonus. Threatening an accuser in the middle of a lawsuit.wow

  24. Literally doesn’t matter what the Patriots do. In the minds Hatriot Nation literally everything is proof of wrong doing.

    Looking forward to their whining. As dependable as a service animal.

  25. Let’s be honest. Even if the Patriots are found to be guilty of some illegal conduct in signing AB, Robert Kraft will have the league bury it like his Jupiter massage issues.

  26. Bill turned out to be the GM that thought he was knew more than the two that cut him. That was a surprise. Brady offered his home to this guy sight unseen just because of football. The teammates called him a good guy and hard worker after 5 days and now we’re wondering if he’s going to get $9 mil?

  27. AB must have a lot of other stuff going on. BB can cover for rape but he must have done some real messed up stuff other stuff too.

  28. getyourownname says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:53 pm
    From reading the quoted text – which is always risky without reading the rest of the contract – it looks like the payment clause cited merely specifies when a payment is made, not whether it is payable. Not unusual for a payment that has been earned in the first place – guaranteed, in other words – to actually be payable at a later date. Unless there is another clause saying the payment does not become guaranteed until the 23d, Pats may lose this one. All those Pats fanboys slobbering over their supposed cleverness may be in for a rude surprise.
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    Maybe/maybe not. Players have an obligation/requirement to report things like the stuff Brown is dealing with.

    From the conduct policy: “Reporting – Clubs and players are obligated to promptly report any matter that comes to their attention (through, for example, victim or witness reports, law enforcement, or media reports) that may constitute a violation of this Policy. Clubs are expected to educate their employees on this obligation to report. Club reports should be made to NFL Security or Adolpho Birch of the Management Council legal staff. Questions about whether an incident triggers a reporting obligation should be directed to Adolpho Birch or Lisa Friel of the league office. Failure to report an incident will be grounds for disciplinary action. This obligation to report is broader than simply reporting an arrest; it requires reporting to the league any incident that comes to the club’s or player’s attention which, if the allegations were true, would constitute a violation of the Personal Conduct Policy.”

    I have not checked yet but IF there is something in the contracts section of the CBA or in the contract itself that states something similar then the team may have grounds to invalidate the contract outright.

  29. johngaltwho says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:42 pm
    The Patriots are like the lawyers for a car company that discover a dangerous flaw in their car. Its all math – how many lives will be lost, do we have plausible deniability, how much money can we save by not issuing a recall? Its all about wins and dollars and there’s no room for integrity – the Patriot way
    ——-
    Hmmm, seen that exact same story in Fight Club.

  30. Doesn’t it depend on what the guarantee was for? Injury, getting cut with no bad behavior, etc? If they put in the contract that any sort of legal issue voided the guarantee, and he signed it, it would void the guarantee. So, since nobody has seen the contract, how can anyone know if they can get the money back or not?

    Having said that, I am ready to move on and want this over. Incredible talent, really football smart and life stupid.

  31. Did you ever consider that BB signed AB just to keep him away from KC, knowing full well that he would be cut during the season. Now that AB is fully radioactive no other team will sign him = mission accomplished.

  32. frodoftw7 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:58 pm
    You gotta wonder if this dude just doesn’t want to play football anymore. Who in their right mind would send those texts just a couple of days before collecting $5 million dollars? It’s baffling.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    2 kinds of people, abject morons or people who think nothing bad will happen because nothing bad has happened before.

  33. I am really conflicted on this. On one hand, I do not want AB to see a penny. On the other I want to see the Patriots pay a price for thier arrogance.

    Can we just give the $9 mil to a charity.

  34. I hope the dirt bag organization that calls themselves the Patriots have to pay the full amount to Brown. Or hey maybe you can get Patrick Chung to kick in some of his cocaine to sweeten the deal, you know because that’s the Patriot way.

  35. Grigorio Fabrosi says:

    September 20, 2019 at 5:41 pm

    No worries, Robert Kraft is totally comfortable with paying people lots of money to make his problems go away.
    *****************************************************************************
    NOW that’s funny

  36. There has been language from his contract quoted elsewhere that includes a clause concerning behavior injurious to the Patriots brand. One look at the comments on the AB threads here is all the proof the Pats would need with an arbitrator.

    THE PATRIOTS BRAND…..you mean Hernandez….or deflategate….or spygate….or handj-bgate…etc. the Pats Brand….. give me a break.

  37. kalous2020 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 6:02 pm
    One thing social media does is give you a window into the circle of “yes-man” that surrounds a professional athlete.

    I was reading AB’s social media comments after he posted about signing with the Pats and how many comments from stars were saying things like “good job” “chess not checkers”

    The man Lost a 30 million dollar contract to sign with a team for 9 millions. How is that Chess? That was more like crapping out in Vegas more than Chess. No pun intended.

    One would have to look real closely to find a sadder NFL story.

    This Steelers tolerated him.

    The Raiders loved and supported him unconditionally

    Yet he signs with a team that has no love and loyalty to any player not named Tom Brady. A team that will drop you right where they find you the second that you become a detriment to their dynasty. He signs with them for pennies on the dollar yet the pro sports athlete community was cheering AB on after he signed with the Pats calling that move “Chess not Checkers.”

    Amazingly sad.

    ========================

    Maybe you think money is the only factor. Some can see the advantages of playing for the Patriots. Some can judge those advantages to be worth the hit to the wallet he experienced, especially given the money he’s already made. Had he played it right and kept his nose clean, he could have possibly made more money from his Patriots time than with the Raiders, and been much happier and more satisfied as well. Say what you want, the Pats know how to play football, and they are arguably the best in the world at it. Hard to criticize someone of AB’s talent for wanting to be there.

  38. It’s amazing ….. people complained about the Patriots signing Brown, they trashed the team.

    Now that the Patriots have released Brown, they’re STILL trashing them.

    People just love bit@hing about the Patriots. They can never win in some people’s minds.

  39. lemmetalkwouldya says:
    It’s amazing ….. people complained about the Patriots signing Brown, they trashed the team.
    Now that the Patriots have released Brown, they’re STILL trashing them.
    ==

    I look at it this way: If I tell you not to commit armed robbery and you do it anyway then I’m going to trash you.
    I’m not going to stop just because you eventually got around to turning yourself in.

  40. FinFan68 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:58 pm
    radrntn says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:36 pm
    pay the man:

    guaranteed adjective
    guar·​an·​teed | \ ˌger-ən-ˈtēd , ˌgär-, ˌga-rən- also ˈger-ən-ˌtēd or ˈgär-ən-, ˈga-rən-\
    Definition of guaranteed
    1: assured with a guarantee (see GUARANTEE entry 2 sense 3) : protected or promised by a guarantee
    a guaranteed annual wage
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Raiders first…then you can talk.
    – – – – – – – – – —

    Its a bit difference. While on the Raiders, he refused to play because of a helmet. Didn’t show up for practice. Based on the contract , the Raiders were able to void the contract because he was suspended for the first game. Antonio Brown then threatened to punch Mayock in the face, and possibly called Mayock something to do with a saltine. Then he requested his release.I guess it all comes down to the contract…but keep in mind Antonio Brown never played a game for the Oakland Raiders. Something tells me Drew Rosenhaus told AB to just show up and play, and get paid.

  41. Vasteelerfan says:
    September 20, 2019 at 6:25 pm

    THE PATRIOTS BRAND…..you mean Hernandez….or deflategate….or spygate….or handj-bgate…etc. the Pats Brand….. give me a break.
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    “Hernandez” – patriots cut AH the same day they found out without regard for the contract.

    “deflagegate” – science will always say that it was cold weather and rain. The NFL is still hiding the PSI data from the 2015 NFL season because science can’t lie.

    “spygate” – a poorly written memo was not followed and, for 1/4 of one game, a camera with a telephoto lens was 30 feet closer to the field then the memo said the camera could be. Pretty sure that when a camera has a decent telephoto lens it makes 30 feet difference irrelevant. Sad that some people can’t let it go even after 12 years.

    A Brown – signed him before knowing about a civil suit and cut as soon as they knew about the text messages.

  42. lemmetalkwouldya says:
    September 20, 2019 at 6:32 pm
    It’s amazing ….. people complained about the Patriots signing Brown, they trashed the team.

    Now that the Patriots have released Brown, they’re STILL trashing them.

    People just love bit@hing about the Patriots. They can never win in some people’s minds

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    The impression I’m getting is the same people who complained that the Pats signed Brown, are now saying “Told you so.”

    They are not complaining that Brown got cut, they are making fun of the Pats for arrogantly thinking they could change Brown.

  43. Mike Florio,

    Is there any way you could do an informative in-depth piece about Antonio Brown please, from his high school days through his college days?

    We seem to know nothing about him other than his bizarre behavior over the last few weeks, and that one report that said his life and personality began to unravel over the last two years.

    He is certainly a puzzle, and I’m wondering if he has been so his whole life or if something has triggered his bad behavior in the last two years. This is a very strange story indeed.

    Do us all a favor and get to the bottom of this will you? Thanks.

  44. igotgamenj says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:45 pm

    where are all the Pats fans that loved this move.
    ___________________________________________

    Who said we loved this move? It was more like “alright, let see how this goes”. We’re still in the same position we were before him.

  45. That comment about Kraft taking a dump in a box is the funniest thing I’ve ever read on this site lololololokokol

  46. commentawaitingdeletion says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:48 pm
    There has been language from his contract quoted elsewhere that includes a clause concerning behavior injurious to the Patriots brand. One look at the comments on the AB threads here is all the proof the Pats would need with an arbitrator.

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    Exactly.

    Patriot Hater helping the Patriots out….who would have thought?

  47. Last week, Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson reported that the language in Brown’s contract around his guaranteed money said that if the receiver “takes any action that materially undermines the public’s respect for, or is materially critical of, the Club, the Player’s teammates or the Club’s ownership, coaches, management, operations, or policies” then all guarantees will be null and void.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    If this report is true, it looks like New England has covered their butts.

  48. Wow! The Steelers got 6+ productive years from this guy, the Raiders not even 1 game, the Pats 1 game. Tell me again how Tomlin and the Steelers organization were incompetent idiots…

  49. I hope Jaylen Ramsey is taking some notes on what not to do when you act like an idiot and try and leave your team.

  50. Last week, Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson reported that the language in Brown’s contract around his guaranteed money said that if the receiver “takes any action that materially undermines the public’s respect for, or is materially critical of, the Club, the Player’s teammates or the Club’s ownership, coaches, management, operations, or policies” then all guarantees will be null and void. I guess this means no bonus payment.

  51. I think the Patriots would have a stronger case to withhold payment on the basis that Brown didn’t disclose the potential civil suit had they cut him as soon as it became public. The fact that they not only didn’t cut him immediately but let him play after they became aware of the civil suit suggests it didn’t matter that much to them. If they lean on the fact that there is now a second accuser that apparently has texts implicating Brown in harrassment has no bearing since he was already signed and played.

  52. “(Brown’s worst-case scenario would seem to be the recovery of four weeks of game checks as Termination Pay; he wouldn’t get the full year’s worth of salary because he wasn’t on the Week One roster.)”
    _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Please, please, please tell me this IDIOT didn’t take the Raiders $16 million as termination pay!!! I mean, between Rosenhaus & AB one of them (Rosenhaus) has to be smart enough to know to take that money, right? If he took OAK’s termination pay at $16 & then takes whatever from NE (I think he gets the $9, like Hernandez’s family eventually got his [class acts up there in NE]) he would have had a $25 million year (if he stuck around it woulda been $30+)… damn near if not his best ever. Please tell me this greedy, money money money, me first idiot isn’t that dumb (and I’m talking about Rosenhaus)!!!!

  53. “I have not checked yet but IF there is something in the contracts section of the CBA or in the contract itself that states something similar then the team may have grounds to invalidate the contract outright.”

    No, you cannot invalidate a contract when both parties have at least partially performed. You can terminate a contract by negotiating a settlement, but money earned is still payable. If a team were to just invalidate a contract that team would be sued blue.

    The league is powerless regarding his salary or bonus because the contract is between AB and the Pats. If the league put him on the exempt list he would still be entitled to his $$$.

    My guess would be the Pats negotiated the termination with his agent and they will pay the $5M portion of the bonus plus the week 2 salary due and will call it even. That should buy AB’s silence, too.

  54. “Patriots brand”? Huh. That needs to be protected after the Tuck Rule, Spygate, Murdergate, Deflategate, Handygate, Cocainegate and Tampergate? I guess ol’ Bobby just needs his $9 million to de-stress down in Jupiter and plot some more…

  55. Find it pretty hard to believe that the pats didn’t have themselves covered including for situations like this. Maybe they are this stupid but I doubt it.

  56. People are saying that AB and his agent were unable to disclose the information without breaching a confidentiality agreement. The mere fact that a confidentiality agreement was even signed with a potential plaintiff recently establishes intent not to disclose sensitive information. Rosenhaus and AB look like they tried everything possible to cover and misrepresent the situation before re-signing.

  57. $9 million is a drop in the bucket of an NFL team. The Pats already have a reputation for being “frugal”. Could they be petty and fight the payment? Yes. But they should also think about how it looks to the other players on the team, many or all of them who didn’t have a problem , or actually got along well with AB. $9 million to an NFL team is peanuts.

  58. aarons444 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    So this is the cap hell ty is always referring to…
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    No, if there is cap hell it is the $20 million+ the Steelers are still laboring under this season for having enabled and encouraged for almost a decade the erratic behavior of AB, and then cutting him. But at least the Steelers managed to win 0 Super Bowls with the ‘Killer B’ trio. Some group of killers.

    At worst the Pats have a dead cap hit of $9-10 million to spread over two seasons with AB. Not cap hell.

  59. biggs13 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 8:53 pm
    How many black eyes does this franchise need before they get smacked down for good?

    14 18 Rate This

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    0 sbs and numerous wasted opportunities galore

    that’s how they wasted it

  60. The impression I’m getting is the same people who complained that the Pats signed Brown, are now saying “Told you so.”

    They are not complaining that Brown got cut, they are making fun of the Pats for arrogantly thinking they could change Brown.

    32 15 Rate This

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    Yes, the horror of trying out a free agent to see if he wanted to play ball and be part of the team. The horor!

    Listen yourself

    Your jealousy of NE acting like they should be treated differently, is the arrogance

  61. whywerule says:
    September 21, 2019 at 8:01 am
    aarons444 says:
    September 20, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    So this is the cap hell ty is always referring to…
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    No, if there is cap hell it is the $20 million+ the Steelers are still laboring under this season for having enabled and encouraged for almost a decade the erratic behavior of AB, and then cutting him. But at least the Steelers managed to win 0 Super Bowls with the ‘Killer B’ trio. Some group of killers.

    At worst the Pats have a dead cap hit of $9-10 million to spread over two seasons with AB. Not cap hell.

    1 0 Rate This

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    The deal has been voided and he won’t get his 5 million Monday or anything else, but yes the cap hits are about 4.5 the next 2 years.

    That said, BBs drafting and development has been so good, it won’t matter much.

  62. NFL should have made old sell the team for what he did. It’s ironic he’s taking the moral high ground.

  63. Pat’s are hypocrites. This organization is always pointed to as a class act and one other teams should pattern themselves after.

    I know all teams have skeletons in their closet but the Pats seem to always be one up. The owner gets caught up in a human trafficking and prostitution. Seems to have paid his way out of publicity for now. The league has done nothing. No fines or penalties at all.

    The AB fiasco. We are supposed to believe that they magically obtained AB in less than 24 hours; signed, sealed and delivered for the exact $9M dollar bonus spread over two years and a base of $1M this year; then $15M next year. You got what you deserved. The only thing left is when will CLE come with the poop scooper and sign him?

  64. AB knowingly signed a contract while withholding information, that in itself voids the contract. All this “its guaranteed” is just talk. Say a player has an injury guarantee in his contract and he gets injured outside of football, that guarantee is voided. If any of you think that specific language was not included in the contract, I would like to do business with you. You also probably think that if a player gets a signing bonus he gets it as soon as he writes his name. Just because you looked up a definition doesn’t mean you know it.

  65. Signing a FA is simple when that FA wants to play for a certain team. Ask Mccoy when he signed with the chiefs so quickly. Or ask Benenoch when he signed with the Patriots. When you have already made a choice you do not walk around in a confused state. Probably is confusing to you though… I understand.

  66. I like how you fans of other teams think you know about the “Patriots Way”. Because we Patriots fans don’t. It’s a game to game, match up system in order to win that game. Tell me, are the Patriots a pass oriented team or a run oriented team? Will Danny Shelton get more snaps than Adam Butler this week? How about next week?Will Brady throw for 400 yds or will the RBs rush for 200 yds? Quit trying to know the blueprints, people who are more qualified than you don’t even know.

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