Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Cards_Campos, Oct 26, 2020.
I don't think he holds out, but I don't expect you would get his A game.
Of all the guys to play for the Cardinals, what Peterson actually thinks is an enigma. I really have no idea what he would do at all... unless you're Mitch and then you expect him to be a petty diva who is sucking this franchise dry lol
he’s not getting paid 18 million. If the cap goes down so will contracts across the board
I would bet Peterson will realistically get about 45 million over 3 years.
I dont know if it will be from us though. I think he wants to hit FA
That same logic has us paying Dj Humphries 15+ million when we could have had a better rookie for 1/3 the price.
At some point teams have to move on from players that are too expensive for what they bring to the table.
We should have offered DJ 10 million a year and said "Try to beat it on the FA market". With Peterson we should offer 13-15 million and say the same.
He's not signing a 1 year deal so he will get $18m. It will just be structured in such a way that it's a lower cap hit next year and higher in the subsequent year(s).
I’m talking 18 million a year
Really you're still trying to sell this line? Just admit you were wrong. Ya some guy on the street is going to be better than DJ...
I do have to ask tho who was this rookie that would be even equal?
Well yeah, so am I.
If he signs a 2 year deal it would be $16m next year and $20m the year after for example. So $18m average. Whatever the length, he will get what he wants on average.
And neither can hold a candle to Night Train Lane
The anti-Humphries takes aren't aging well.
He is easily earning his salary this year, and Stanley just signed for MASSIVE money that dwarfs Humps contract.
None of the rookies have been better than Hump, and it's not even close. Thomas has been awful (as I stated he would be), Becton and Wills have been solid.
I’m pretty sure he’s the only guy that’s left. DJ could make All Pro and he’d still call him overpaid, terrible , lazy, injury prone and knee deep. Some people refuse to admit they were wrong.
Agreed, it's nice to see a player who was projected as a project grow into his potential.
Humphries has looked like a top 5 tackle recently, but his paycheck isn't anymore.
Stanley got 22 mil per year. Humps 15 per is a bargain.
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