بریڈ بگس نے ’ریچھوں پر 10 خیالات‘ ٹائٹنز کو 19-15 پیش گوئی نقصان – اور 53 افراد کی فہرست میں پیش گوئی – شکاگو ٹریبیون

بریڈ بگس نے ’ریچھوں پر 10 خیالات‘ ٹائٹنز کو 19-15 پیش گوئی نقصان – اور 53 افراد کی فہرست میں پیش گوئی – شکاگو ٹریبیون

بریڈ بگس نے ’ریچھوں پر 10 خیالات‘ ٹائٹنز کو 19-15 پیش گوئی نقصان – اور 53 افراد کی فہرست میں پیش گوئی – شکاگو ٹریبیون


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10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears closed out the preseason Thursday night at Soldier Field with a 19-15 loss to the Tennessee Titans at Soldier Field.

1. About 45 minutes after the game ended, while Matt Nagy was answering the final few questions in his press conference, Eddy Pineiro was walking the middle of Soldier Field with a confidant.

There were three security types on the field. A reporter from Nashville was shooting a standup in the Northeast corner of the field and grounds worker drove a John Deere near the hashmarks as Pineiro started on the North side of the field, pointing at what were certainly flight paths for kicks. Occasionally, he plucked some grass off the field and let it fall, trying to get a handle on the wind at the end of what had been a relatively windy night. The breeze was 23 mph and it was coming from the southwest when the game began.

Pineiro wants to become more comfortable with kicking at Soldier Field and, if you pay attention to what Nagy said, it sounds like he’s probably going to get that chance. Nothing is finalized. Nothing is guaranteed. I’ve got to think any chance Pineiro does get will be with a short leash. He doesn’t have the kind of financial security that kept Cody Parkey around last season.

But after hooking — he hooked the heck out of it — an extra point after the Bears’ only touchdown, Pineiro settled down and made three field goals from 32, 39 and 35 yards. There should have been a try from 48 yards on the final play of the second quarter, but a false start on center Sam Mustipher led to a 10-second runoff on the clock and that chance disappeared.

Pineiro’s pregame warmup started similarly. He badly missed a kick left from 33 yards, the distance of an extra point, on his first attempt. If you saw the extra point miss in the game, picture that — but wider. He settled down and went on to finish 10 of 14 in warmups, or at least that was how I scored it from a perch in the press box that doesn’t provide the greatest angle.

The Bears are putting a greater premium on the performance in the preseason games, which makes sense, and Pineiro finished 8 for 9 on field goals and 3 for 4 on extra points. Sounds like that might be enough to get him to the season opener against the Packers at Soldier Field.

Bears kicker Eddy Pineiro reacts after missing an extra point in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Titans at Soldier Field on Aug. 29, 2019.

Bears kicker Eddy Pineiro reacts after missing an extra point in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Titans at Soldier Field on Aug. 29, 2019. (Chris Sweda / Chicago Tribune)

“We’re going to continue to work through it right now,” Nagy said. “We have a couple days here. Part of that answer right now from what I’ve seen is I’ve liked what I’ve seen. He comes out and he misses that extra point. Right away, we all — one of those deals of, ‘Here we go again.’ But what I thought was pretty powerful was that he came back and made the next kick. And then made two more after that. We talk about it’s not how you start — it’s how you finish.

“For me, if he ends up being our kicker Week 1, then I will definitely have some patience. Because if you don’t — there’s that stat that I think I mentioned to y’all before, and I don’t know if you all went and dug up who those kickers were — but there’s some interesting numbers with kickers who have struggled coming out of the gates that are now Hall of Famers and Pro Bowl kickers. So if I don’t have patience at that position, I really think we’re chasing the cat’s tail. And that’s not what I’m all about, and I know our coaches aren’t about that. So there’s going to be a little bit of patience. But there has got to be a method, I think, in being able to build trust with him and him build trust with us.”

I think we should tap the brakes on Hall of Famers and Pro Bowl kickers for a minute, but I get the point Nagy is making. The Bears had patience with Robbie Gould when he joined them as a rookie way back in 2005 and Nagy realizes it’s a process, one in which he’s put a great deal of faith in special teams coordinator Chris Tabor.

“I just like where he’s at,” Nagy said. “We’ll discuss it and decide is the route we want to go. And if it is, then we just need to have a little bit of patience. But I’ll go back to: I want to see a great success story from this kid. Hopefully we all do. Hopefully he is somebody we end up going with and we stick with and he wins us games. But the next couple days here, a lot of stuff can happen. So you just never know. So I hate to say, ‘We’re going to do this,’ or, ‘We’re going to do that.’”

If you are in the neighborhood of Soldier Field early next week, keep an eye out for the stadium lights. Pineiro would like to get some more work at the stadium so plan your helicopter rides accordingly.

“I’d love to come down to the stadium and gets some kicks in and start getting used to the stadium,” Pineiro said. “It’s different than any other stadium that I’ve played in.”

More on potentially available kickers in a little bit, but right now it sounds like Pineiro has earned the job.

2. According to the final game packet, the Bears played the game with 43 players, meaning 47 players were onlookers.

A few of the healthy players that did not get action were interesting, including offensive tackle Cornelius Lucas and rookie running back Kerrith Whyte. I figured Lucas and undrafted rookie free agent Alex Bars were in the discussion for a spot on the 53-man roster entering the game. Bars played the entire game at left tackle.

I asked Lucas, who entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2014 with the Lions, if he considered it a positive that he was held out of the game. Lucas paused for 11 seconds before replying.

“I don’t have an answer for that,” he finally said.

Given how Matt Nagy has rested a lot of players, players everyone knows will be on the roster, is that a potential sign for Lucas?

“I don’t know how to feel about it,” he said.

In terms of Whyte, I’ve figured he would be in the mix with Ryan Nall for a spot on the 53-man roster. Nall played a ton on offense and on special teams.

Maybe it means Lucas and Whyte are good bets for roster spots. Maybe it means the coaches wanted to see more action from Bars and Nall to form a final judgment.

“I’ve been through (cuts weekend) a couple times,” Lucas said. “I’m experienced at it. The first time is always the worst. But it doesn’t get much better when you do it again. You just try to do everything in your power to make sure it doesn’t happen (you don’t get cut). See what I am saying?”

3. Different factors lead to different decisions every season when it comes to moves that shape the roster after the cutdown from 90 to 53.

Some positions keep the same number of players nearly every year and, with general manager Ryan Pace entering his fifth year, there is definitely some continuity. Here is a look at what the team’s roster has looked like at the 53-man cut the last four seasons under Pace (in terms of numbers at each position).

Quarterback: 2 in 2018, 3 in 2017, 2 in 2016, 3 in 2015

Running back: 4 in 2018, 5 in 2017, 4 in 2016, 4 in 2015

Wide receiver: 6 in 2018, 5 in 2017, 6 in 2016, 6 in 2015

Tight end: 5* in 2018, 5 in 2017, 3 in 2016, 3 in 2015

Offensive line: 9** in 2018, 8 in 2017, 8 in 2016, 9 in 2015

Defensive line: 5* in 2018, 5 in 2017, 6 in 2016, 5 in 2015

Outside linebacker: 5** in 2018, 4 in 2017, 5 in 2016, 5 in 2015

Inside linebacker: 4 in 2018, 4 in 2017, 4 in 2016, 4 in 2015

Cornerback: 6 in 2018, 6 in 2017, 7 in 2016, 7 in 2015

Safety: 4 in 2018, 5 in 2017, 5 in 2016, 4 in 2015

Special teams: 3 in 2018, 3 in 2017, 3 in 2016, 3 in 2015

*-Tight end Adam Shaheen was carried through to the 53-man roster before the Bears placed him on injured reserve in order to later designate him to return. The roster spot that was created was filled by a sixth defensive lineman – Nick Williams.

**-Center Hroniss Grasu was placed on waivers the day after the roster was made official. Khalil Mack, a sixth outside linebacker, was added after he passed a physical and signed his contract extension.

4. Projecting the Bears offense after cuts to the 53-man roster:

Quarterbacks (2): Mitch Trubisky, Chase Daniel

The Bears carried only two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster for the majority of last season. It would be a surprise if they decided to keep Tyler Bray, who was pretty rocky this summer until a nice final showing against the Titans with 334 yards on 28 of 40 passing. In fact, it’s been pretty evident when the team didn’t add a different quarterback to the mix early in the offseason that the plan would be to roll with two quarterbacks, a small measure that provides a little bit of flexibility at one other position.

Running backs (4): David Montgomery, Tarik Cohen, Mike Davis, Kerrith Whyte

While the Bears carried a fullback a year ago, that’s not going to happen in 2019 — and I wouldn’t dismiss the possibility of only three running backs. In my mind, the decision at running back comes down to seventh-round draft pick Kerrith Whyte vs. Ryan Nall for a fourth roster spot if, indeed, the Bears elect to go with four. It will be hard for either one to get carries barring an injury. Nall probably has a little more upside in terms of special teams, but Whyte has draft status and elite speed. The Bears probably feel good about re-signing Nall to the practice squad and might feel similarly about Whyte if he’s exposed to waivers.

Wide receivers (6): Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, Anthony Miller, Cordarrelle Patterson, Javon Wims, Riley Ridley

This doesn’t look like a difficult group to size up after the handful of challengers at the bottom of the depth chart came up with little in training camp and even less in the preseason. Robinson should be more productive this season as he’s now nearly 24 months removed from the torn ACL that sidelined him in 2017 and he’s got a better understanding of the offense and chemistry with Trubisky. Gabriel and Miller could both be poised for bigger numbers too. Patterson will be an interesting matchup player for coach Matt Nagy and I think Wims has earned playing time in the regular season based on his offseason. Ridley’s summer was plagued by a hamstring injury and we have not seen a whole lot from him. He’s probably looking at being a gameday inactive, at least in the early portion of the season. If there’s once concern about this group it’s that with the exception of Patterson, there might not be a lot of special teams production.

Tight ends (4): Trey Burton, Adam Shaheen, Ben Braunecker, Bradley Sowell

While the team kept five tight ends at the 53-man cuts the last two years (Braunecker was placed on waivers shortly after the roster cutdown in 2017), it’s less likely they will go that heavy this year. Sowell provides a little brawn for the running game that gives him some value, and it’s basically a role he played last season as a tackle eligible. He’s slimmed down now and has a different jersey number. The Bears signed four undrafted rookie free agents at the position — and there have been some ups and downs from them. They could sign one — or perhaps even two — of them to the practice squad. Jesper Horsted made some nice plays the last two weeks and might be worthy of a longer look. Dax Raymond left Thursday’s game to be evaluated for a concussion.

Offensive line (8): Charles Leno, Cody Whitehair, James Daniels, Kyle Long, Bobby Massie, Ted Larsen, Rashaad Coward, Cornelius Lucas

Assuming Coward can return from his left elbow injury, believed to be a hyperextension, by Week 1 or shortly thereafter, he should make the roster — but I don’t think he blew anyone away this summer. Larsen is definitely locked in as the top interior reserve, and his position was cemented when he did not play against the Titans. The eighth spot on the roster is a real tossup for me, and I would not be surprised at all if before the middle of next week the spot is held by a player that has yet to be cut by another team. So the Bears have veteran Cornelius Lucas, undrafted rookie free agent Alex Bars and the mystery player behind Door C to choose from right now. I kind of like the idea of hanging on to Bars, now 12 months removed from an ACL injury that prematurely ended his final season at Notre Dame, and he can slide onto the practice squad. I think Bars has some upside and a little more time to return from the injury would benefit him before he has to prove anything on the field. Lucas has eight career starts dating back to 2014 but he’s bounced around for a reason — he’s not very good. I picked Lucas here because he’s got some experience, although I wonder if offensive line coach Harry Hiestand, who worked with Bars in school, would go the other direction.

5. Projecting the Bears defense after cuts to the 53-man roster:

Defensive line (6): Akiem Hicks, Eddie Goldman, Bilal Nichols, Roy Robertson-Harris, Jonathan Bullard, Nick Williams

Pretty straightforward here, but I would not be surprised if they parted ways with Bullard. As impressive as Nichols has been after only one year, Bullard has done the exact opposite since he was a third-round pick in 2016. The Bears can keep him because he’s on the final year of his rookie contract at $820,000, and it’s never a bad thing to stockpile depth you are comfortable with in the trenches. Williams is a reliable backup that held the role last season. In speaking to a scout from another team that was charged with turning in a report on the Bears heading into cuts, he told me undrafted rookie free agent Jonathan Harris has been interesting. The Waubonsie Valley product is coming from Division II Lindenwood and the Bears saw him at the Northwestern pro day.

“That kid has a chance,” the scout said. “I kind of like the (Abdullah) Anderson kid too and they’re both hard-playing (tough guys). But Harris is a better athlete. He’s a little tight-hipped but he’s got foot quickness for a big guy and plays with natural leverage and strength. He needs to play on his heels more and not his toes as much so he won’t get knocked off the ball but this kid looks like a solid practice squad guy to me.”

Outside linebacker (5): Khalil Mack, Leonard Floyd, Aaron Lynch, Isaiah Irving, James Vaughters

The first four have clear roster spots and then it’s about making a decision between Kylie Fitts, the sixth-round pick from 2018, and Vaughters. If the Bears are weighting performance in preseason games ahead of other factors, it’s probably an easy decision for them to keep Vaughters, who found a way to get to the quarterback with some regularity. Fitts wasn’t as productive and, while draft picks are generally tough to knock off the roster, he just wasn’t around the ball as much as Vaughters. I doubt the Bears will dress five outside linebackers for a game during the regular season.

Inside linebacker (5): Danny Trevathan, Roquan Smith, Nick Kwiatkoski, Joel Iyiegbuniwe, Josh Woods

The Bears could easily go with four inside linebackers, but I would be surprised if Woods hasn’t earned himself a job. In fact, I think Woods could be active for regular-season games as he can help the special teams unit. It was a really strong preseason for all three reserve inside linebackers and my bet is special teams coordinator Chris Tabor counts on this position to provide real strength for his unit.

Cornerback (5): Kyle Fuller, Prince Amukamara, Buster Skrine, Duke Shelley, Kevin Toliver

I think the Bears will be keeping a close eye on offensive linemen that come free — and I also believe they will be looking at cornerbacks that project as a possible fit for what defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano wants to do. Toliver had some struggles in the preseason, and depth could be challenged quickly if one of the starters on the outside goes down. Keep a close eye on cornerbacks because I think Toliver is in a tenuous position.

Safety (5): Eddie Jackson, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Deon Bush, Sherrick McManis, DeAndre Houston-Carson

The Bears have been using McManis at safety and he’s a bit of a Swiss Army knife in the secondary. They don’t want to lean on him as a starter, but he’s done a little bit of everything and can get them through a game at any position on the back end. Houston-Carson will be a core special teams performer.

6. Projecting the Bears special teams after cuts to the 53-man roster:

Special teams (3): K Eddy Pineiro, P Pat O’Donnell, LS Patrick Scales

This is cut and dry unless the Bears make a move at kicker in the next 24 hours.

7. If a move is going to be made at kicker … get ready for a game of musical chairs involving some of the league’s 32 kicking jobs.

The preseason came to an end with 12 clubs carrying two kickers. Some of the situations are not — and have never been — legitimate competitions. There could be teams with only one kicker on their roster making a move. Think the Jets, for sure, when wondering about teams seeking an upgrade. Here’s a look at the teams with two kickers to get an idea of what options might come free by Saturday afternoon. They are listed with their field goals and then extra points made and attempted:

Atlanta: Giorgio Tavecchio (4 for 9 field goals, 7-7 extra points), Blair Walsh (1-2 FG, 1-1 XP)

The Falcons became uneasy enough with Tavecchio in preseason to add Walsh to the roster earlier this week. Walsh reportedly had a rough go of it during practice and had a 46-yarder blocked Thursday night while also making a kick from 46. Adding to the intrigue, the Falcons are reportedly bringing back 44-year-old Matt Bryant for a tryout on Friday, meaning the veteran could win his old job back. In fact, bet on Bryant to be the man here.

The Falcons' Giorgio Tavecchio kicks an extra point during the first quarter of a preseason game against the Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field on Aug. 29, 2019.

The Falcons’ Giorgio Tavecchio kicks an extra point during the first quarter of a preseason game against the Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field on Aug. 29, 2019. (Julio Aguilar/Getty)

Baltimore: Justin Tucker (7-7 FG, 4-4 XP), Elliott Fry (2-2 FG, 2-2 XP)

Nothing to see here. Tucker is the best in the league and the team added Fry, the ex-Bear, in order to give Tucker the night off against the Redskins on Thursday.

Buffalo: Stephen Hauschka (3-5 FG, 7-7 XP), Chase McLaughlin (3-3 FG, 5-5 XP)

McLaughlin, an undrafted rookie free agent from Illinois, has made the most of his opportunities, including a 54-yarder Thursday. But if there were any questions about Hauschka’s standing, they were erased on Wednesday when the Bills signed Hauschka to a two-year extension worth $8 million.

Carolina: Graham Gano (0-0 FG, 0-0 XP), Joey Slye (7-8 FG, 4-4 XP)

Originally, the Panthers signed Slye in order to allow Gano to rest his sore left, plant leg. But Slye, who has no regular-season NFL action after coming out of Virginia Tech after the 2017 season, has impressed on the practice field and in the games with a big leg that has proven to be accurate. He projects to be Carolina’s kicker and he hit a 59-yarder Thursday while finally missing with a 48-yard try blocked. The Panthers guaranteed Gano $1 million of his $1.95 million base salary for this season, money that would be offset if he joins another team. It would be surprising if the Panthers have not already floated the possibility of trading Gano to other teams. NFL Network reported Thursday there is a possibility Gano could open the season on injured reserve.

The Panthers' Joey Slye attempts a field goal during their preseason game against the Steelers at Bank of America Stadium on Aug. 29, 2019.

The Panthers’ Joey Slye attempts a field goal during their preseason game against the Steelers at Bank of America Stadium on Aug. 29, 2019. (Jacob Kupferman/Getty)

Cincinnati: Randy Bullock (1-1 FG, 3-4 XP), Tristan Vizcaino (4-7 FG, 3-3 XP)

The veteran Bullock was considerably better than Vizcaino, an undrafted rookie free agent from Washington, in practice and is expected to retain his job.

Cleveland: Greg Joseph (1-2 FG, 2-3 XP), Austin Seibert (6-7 FG, 6-6 XP)

After an uneven start in training camp, Seibert, a fifth-round draft pick from Oklahoma, settled down. The Browns were planning on him winning the job and it appears he’s done just that.

Green Bay: Mason Crosby (1-1 FG, 6-7 XP), Sam Ficken (1-1 FG, 5-5 XP)

The Packers sought to create competition for Crosby this summer and achieved that goal. It will be interesting to see what direction Green Bay goes in. Crosby has a base salary of $3.2 million, so the Packers could save considerably by going with Ficken if they are similar. However, reports are that Crosby has been far superior in practice. GM Brian Gutekunst was asked earlier this week if he’s considered one of the kickers could wind up kicking for the Bears on Sept. 5 against Green Bay.

“Those discussions have been had,” Gutekunst told reporters. “I think this time of year, I think learning from Ted, you’ve really got to focus on what’s best for your team and not worry too much about anything else.”

Mason Crosby stands on the field prior to a preseason game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on Aug. 15, 2019.

Mason Crosby stands on the field prior to a preseason game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on Aug. 15, 2019. (Todd Olszewski/Getty)

Ficken doesn’t have a lot of experience. He’s 3-for-6 on field goals and 14 for 15 on extra points in brief stints with the Rams the last two seasons. The 34-year-old Crosby has plenty of experience at Soldier Field. He’s played 13 career games there, including postseason, making 19 of 27 field goals and all 32 extra-point attempts. Crosby has been better recently, hitting 10 of 11 field goals in his last four games at Soldier Field.

Indianapolis: Adam Vinatieri (1-1 FG, 2-2 XP), Cole Hedlund (6-8 FG, 3-3 XP)

Vinatieri has recovered from a knee injury in time to be ready for the season. Hedlund, an undrafted rookie free agent from North Texas, has done well for himself.

Minnesota: Dan Bailey (3-3 FG, 6-6 XP), Kaare Vedvik (1-4 FG, 4-4 XP)

With Vedvik leaving coach Mike Zimmer uneasy, it would be surprising if the veteran Bailey doesn’t stick around as the kicker. The Vikings could always have the multi-talented Vedvik serve as the punter.

Pittsburgh: Chris Boswell (2-2 FG, 4-4 XP), Matthew Wright (5-6 FG, 3-4 XP)

The Steelers brought in competition to put pressure on the former Pro Bowler Boswell and so far it’s worked. Boswell has been more consistent than Wright, an undrafted rookie free agent from Central Florida. It appears the veteran is the leading candidate here even with a $2 million roster bonus hanging in the balance.

Tampa Bay: Matthew Gay (5-6 FG, 3-3 XP), Cairo Santos (2-2 FG, 2-2 XP)

The Bucs made Gay the highest-drafted kicker in Gay back in April, selecting him in the fifth round, and he’s performed well enough to win the job. Santos will be an option with ex اختیارات پر غور کرنے والی ٹیموں کی صلاحیت۔ p>

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لینو کی بنیادی تنخواہ اب اس سیزن کے لئے 30 930،000 ہے اور اسے 7 ملین ڈالر کا آپشن بونس موصول ہوا۔ اس سیزن کے لئے اس کی ٹوپی کی تعداد کو $ 3.3 ملین سے بھی کم کردیتا ہے اور ، ٹوپی مقاصد کے لئے ، دو ڈمی سالوں کو 2022 اور 2023 کے معاہدے میں شامل کیا گیا تھا۔ اگر وہ اب بھی 2022 میں بیئرز کے ساتھ ہے تو ، یہ ایک نئے معاہدے پر ہوگا۔

لینو مارچ کے بعد سے ٹوپی مقاصد کے لئے اپنے معاہدے کی تنظیم نو کرنے والا تیسرا کھلاڑی ہے ، اس بات کا اشارہ کہ ریچھ کے سامنے مستقبل میں ٹوپی کے معاملات ہوں گے۔ یہی ہوتا ہے جب آپ اعلی سطح کے کھلاڑیوں کی ایک اچھی تعداد جمع کرتے ہیں تو آپ کو رکھنے کے لئے ٹاپ ڈالر ادا کرنے کی ضرورت ہوتی ہے۔ بیئرز انتہائی آرام دہ اور پرسکون حالت میں تھے جب 2015 میں جنرل منیجر ریان پیس نے اقتدار سنبھالا تھا اور وہ کئی سیزن تک اسی طرح برقرار رہے تھے۔ اس کی ایک وجہ یہ ہے کہ ان کے پاس بہت سارے اسٹار کھلاڑی موجود نہیں ہیں جنہوں نے بڑی رقم کا حکم دیا تھا۔ یہاں تک کہ مفت ایجنسی میں کمی محسوس کرنے کے باوجود ، پیس اور ان کے معاہدے کے مذاکرات کار جوئے لین نے سودے بازی کا معاہدہ کیا ہے لہذا ٹوپی پر طویل مدتی اثر کی راہ میں کچھ زیادہ نہیں تھا۔ لینو کی ٹوپی کی تعداد اگلے سیزن میں بہت زیادہ بڑھ جائے گی جب یہ 10.3 ملین ڈالر ہوگا اور 2021 میں یہ 11.3 ملین ڈالر ہوجائے گا تاکہ آپ دیکھ سکیں کہ یہ اس کے ساتھ ایک عارضی طے شدہ ہے۔ p> div>

باہر لائن بیکر خلیل میک نے مارچ میں اپنے معاہدے کی تنظیم نو کی۔ اس کے پاس million 4.3 ملین روسٹر بونس کے ساتھ 2019 کی بنیادی تنخواہ 11.3 ملین ڈالر تھی۔ دوبارہ کام کرنے والے معاہدے میں ، اس کی بیس تنخواہ $ 2.3 ملین رہ گئی تھی اور اسے 13 ملین ڈالر کا آپشن بونس دیا گیا تھا ، جس سے نقد کی تعداد 15.3 ملین ڈالر رہ گئی تھی۔ جس نے اس سال کے لئے اس کی ٹوپی کو ہٹ کر $ 11.9 ملین کردیا اور اس سال کے لئے 10.4 ملین ڈالر کی جگہ پیدا کردی۔ میک کی ٹوپی اگلے سال 26.6 ملین ڈالر پر چڑھ گئی۔ p>

آخر کار ، دفاعی معاملے میں ایڈی گولڈمین نے بھی اپنے معاہدے میں ہلکی سی موافقت پر اتفاق کیا ، 3 conver کا تبادلہ کردیا۔ ملین روسٹر بونس ایک آپشن بونس میں ، cap 2.25 ملین کیپ اسپیس بناتے ہیں۔ جس نے اس سال اس کی ٹوپی کو 5.3 ملین ڈالر تک کم کردیا۔ یہ 2020 میں 8 10.8 ملین پر چڑھ جاتا ہے۔ ایک بار پھر ، ایک عارضی طے شدہ۔ p>

تینوں تنظیم نو کو مکمل کیا اور ریچھوں نے مجموعی طور پر 18.25 ملین ڈالر بنائے۔ اس موسم میں ٹوپی کی جگہ میں۔ این ایف ایل پی اے ریکارڈز سے پتہ چلتا ہے کہ کلب اس وقت تقریبا cap 26 ملین ڈالر کیپ اسپیس پر بیٹھا ہوا ہے۔ یقینا، ، اس سیزن کے ل un کسی بھی غیر استعمال شدہ ٹوپی کی جگہ کو 2020 تک پھیر دیا جاسکتا ہے۔ ریچھ کے کچھ کھلاڑی ہوتے ہیں جو اس سیزن کے بعد ادائیگی کرنا چاہتے ہیں – اور وہ جو آنے والے وقت میں ادائیگی کرنا چاہتے ہیں۔ جب ٹیم کی کیپ کی صورتحال آتی ہے تو مستقبل قریب میں رہنے کے ل.۔ تنخواہ کی ٹوپی ہر سال مستقل طور پر چڑھتی جارہی ہے اور یہاں اچھ theا ریچھ کی انگلیوں کی انگلیوں کو عبور کرلیا گیا ہے کہ جب کوئی نیا اجتماعی سودے بازی معاہدہ ختم ہوجاتا ہے – موجودہ معاہدہ 2020 کے سیزن کے بعد ختم ہوجاتا ہے – تاکہ اس ٹوپی کو ترتیب میں ایک بہت بڑا فروغ ملے گا۔ ان کے لئے چیزوں کو کسی حد تک آزاد کرنے کے لئے۔ p>

9. اگلے چند دن میں ادا کرنے والے کھلاڑی کو کوڈی وائٹ ہیر چھوڑ دیا جاتا ہے . h5>

ٹیم نے وائٹ ہائر کے ساتھ توسیع مکمل کرنے کی خواہش کا کوئی راز نہیں چھپایا ، جو اپنے آخری سال میں داخل ہو رہا ہے معاہدہ. اگرچہ اس ہفتے کے آخر میں روسٹر چالیں حاوی ہوجائیں گی ، لیکن حیرت کی بات نہیں ہوگی کہ اگر ٹیم اگلے ہفتے کے آغاز میں وائٹ ہائر کے ساتھ کچھ کرلیتی ہے۔ یہ جارحانہ لائن مین چارلس لینو اور کائل لانگ اور دفاعی لائن مین اکیم ہکس اور ایڈی گولڈمین کے لئے حالیہ توسیع کے وقت کے مطابق ہوگا۔ وہائٹ ​​ہائیر اپنا معاہدہ انجام دینے کا فیصلہ کرسکتا ہے اور مارچ میں اس کے لئے مارکیٹ کا کیا خیال رکھتی ہے ، لیکن میرا عقیدہ ہے کہ وہ نیا معاہدہ کرنے کے لئے کارفرما ہے۔ p>

ہلال ہال میں ، بدھ ، 29 مئی ، 2019 کو مشق کے دوران جارحانہ لائن مین کوڑی وائٹ ہیر کا سامنا کرنا پڑتا ہے۔

بدھ ، 29 مئی کو مشق کے دوران جارحانہ لائن مین کوڑی وائٹ ہیر کا مقابلہ ، 2019 ، ہالس ہال میں۔ (برائن کیسیلہ / شکاگو ٹریبیون) p>

“ہاں ، میرا مطلب ہے… جیسے میں نے بتایا ہے ماضی میں آپ مجھے اس سے پریشان نہیں ہیں ، “وائٹ ہیر نے جمعرات کے پیش نظارہ کھیل کے بعد کہا۔ “یہ خود کی دیکھ بھال کرے گا۔ اس ہفتے ہمارے پاس ایک بہت بڑا کھیل رہا ہے اور اسی جگہ میرا دماغ ہے۔ ” p> div>

وائٹ ہیر جی ایم ریان کی توسیع کی ٹائم لائن سے واقف ہے پاس اور میں نے پوچھا کہ کیا قرارداد کی طرف پیشرفت ہوئی ہے۔ p>

“میں اس سے پریشان نہیں ہوں ،” انہوں نے کہا۔ “میں اس سے پریشان نہیں ہوں۔ یہ کام ہورہا ہے اور میری مرکزی توجہ گرین بے پر مرکوز ہے۔ ” p> div>

ایک ایسا شخص لگتا ہے جیسے اسے جلد ہی اجر ملے گا۔ p>

10۔ اگر ریچھ لات مار کر چلتا ہے ، اور یہ آواز نہیں آتی ہے کہ قریب آنا ہے تو ، اس میں کتنا وقت لگے گا ٹھوس ورکنگ ریلیشنشن حاصل کرنے کے لئے ایک ہولڈر اور ککر؟ h5>

بہت ساری ٹننگ ہے جو اس آپریشن میں جاتی ہے اور ہر ایک ہولڈر پیٹ او ڈونیل نے کہا کہ ککر تھوڑا سا مختلف ہے۔ p>

“مجھے نہیں لگتا کہ یہ ایک بہت طویل عمل ہے۔” انہوں نے کہا کہ ہم او ٹی اے کے بعد سے ساتھ ہیں اور سیکڑوں نمائندہ ایک ساتھ مل چکے ہیں۔ میں ایک نئے لڑکے کے ساتھ ، کم از کم ایک ہفتہ ، دو ہفتے محفوظ رہنے کے لئے کہوں گا۔ یہ سب انحصار کرتا ہے کہ آیا یہ تجربہ کار لڑکا ہے اور وہ مختلف لوگوں کے ساتھ کام کرنے کا عادی ہے۔ ظاہر ہے ، ایڈی چھوٹی ہیں لہذا اس میں انھیں تھوڑا زیادہ وقت لگ سکتا ہے۔ p> div>

“ہم اس پر بات کرتے ہیں اور اس پر ایڈجسٹمنٹ کرنا میرے بس کی بات ہے۔ ہولڈ اس پر میرا کنٹرول ہے۔ یہ سب ہوا پر منحصر ہے۔ اگر ہم ہوا میں جا رہے ہیں تو ، میں اسے تھوڑا سا آگے جھکاؤ۔ اگر یہ دائیں سے بائیں ہے تو ، ہم اسے دائیں طرف جھکاتے ہیں۔ یہ کھیل کے اندر ہی کھیل ہے۔ یہ گولف میں ایک اچھی کیڈی بننے کی طرح ہے۔ آپ خود ہی سیکھتے ہیں اور بہت سارے لڑکے یہاں آئے ہیں۔ ظاہر ہے ، رابی (گولڈ) یہاں ایک طویل عرصہ سے تھا اور ہوا چل رہا تھا اور اسی طرح کی چیزوں کو کھیلنا ، میں نے اس سے بہت کچھ سیکھا۔ ” p> div>

سابق لانگ سنیپر پیٹ مینیلی خاص ٹیموں میں شامل ہر چیز کا ماہر ہے لہذا میں نے بھی اس سے یہ سوال کھڑا کیا۔ p>

“ایک مہینہ ،” انہوں نے جواب دیا۔ . “میں ایک مہینہ کہوں گا اور آپ کافی آرام دہ اور پرسکون ہوسکتے ہیں ، اس میں پورا سال لگتا ہے جہاں آپ کو صرف اس قسم کا پتہ چل جاتا ہے کہ سنیپر کی یاد آتی ہے یا ہولڈر کی کمی ہوتی ہے۔ لیکن اس میں ایک مہینہ لگ سکتا ہے جہاں آپ پیشہ ورانہ طور پر راحت بخش ہوں گے۔ نیز ، اگر یہ جوان لڑکا ہے تو ، اس میں تھوڑا سا زیادہ وقت لگے گا۔ اگر آپ تجربہ کار ہیں تو ، آپ نے کچھ زیادہ سنیپرس اور مختلف ہولڈرز دیکھے ہیں۔ نوجوان لڑکے ، انہوں نے ابھی کچھ زیادہ نہیں دیکھا۔ میں ایک ماہ کہوں گا۔ ” p> div>

اگر کسی مقام پر کوئی حرکت ہوئی تو یہ بات ذہن میں رکھنا ضروری ہے۔ p> div>

ایک سال پہلے اس کی 40 سال تھی۔ اس کے مقابلے میں ، جے کٹلر کے 2016 میں 60 ، فرنچائز کے ساتھ اس کا آخری سیزن اور 2015 میں 80 تھا۔ فرق کیا؟ ایک عام سیزن گیم عام طور پر 60 سنیپز کے آس پاس ہوتا ہے ، ہوسکتا ہے کہ کچھ اور بھی ہو۔ بنیادی طور پر ، ریچھ نے صحت کو یقینی بنانے کے ل front فرنٹ لائن کھلاڑیوں کے لئے پیش قیاسی کارروائی کا ایک پورا کھیل پیش گوئی کیا ہے۔ ایک سمارٹ تجارت کی طرح لگتا ہے۔ p>

10b۔ باقاعدہ سیزن میں آپ کا استقبال ہے۔ b>

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