The 95th edition of the National Football League or NFL will be kicking off next September 4th, 2014 as quite a few teams are still negotiating transfers and extending or terminating contracts. A good example of this is the recent pact between the San Francisco 49ers and Colin Kaepernick.
The Cincinnati Bengals have intensified their talks with quarterback Andy Dalton in order to find a middle ground in the negotiation that will benefit both parties. Dalton´s contract expires after this season and he seems interested in sticking around with the Bengals a little longer.
One major obstacle that could cloud these talks is on Dalton´s performance as he has not improved much or pushed other players around him. So the question remains whether the Bengals think Dalton could do a better job in the coming seasons. Some rumors state a contract ceiling has been set at $15 million per year, but this has not been confirmed entirely.
“I think the biggest thing is it got done,” Dalton said. “That’s one thing that you see — they took the time and were able to find a middle ground and get it done. I’m hopeful that’ll happen for me soon.”
On the other hand, the highest-paid defensive player in football Julius Peppers is now part of the Green Bay Packers and will be playing opposite Clay Matthews. It is no secret the Packers have high hopes for Peppers, a player like him in his prime certainly can play outside linebacker, even inside or defensive end depending on the distance.
Here is a quick video on what the experts have to say about Peppers and the Packers: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000357088/article/julius-peppers-excited-to-play-with-clay-matthews
Furthermore, the most recent news is on Clemson´s wide receiver Sammy Watkins whose contract with the Lions is still being worked on according to media reports. His original four-year deal at $19.9 million value could change a little adding to it some other signing bonuses.
The following are a couple of videos on the contract extensions and terminations: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000356255/article/colin-kaepernicks-49ers-contract-is-teamfriendly-deal
Lastly, but not least important is the recent diagnosis of Houston Texans David Quessenberry. The team´ spokesman announced Quessenberry was diagnosed with lymphoma and he is currently seeking medical help to get back on track. “I´m gonna kick the crap outta this thing and come back even stronger! I will win this fight!” Quessenberry told CSN Houston.
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