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Darren Fells Jersey , the quarterback market stagnated. From 2017 through now, the quarterback market has exploded.Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers enjoyed an extended stretch as the highest-paid player in the NFL, with a new-money average of $22 million per year, until Colts quarterback Andrew Luck finally leapfrogged Rodgers in 2016, with $24.6 million per year. An NFL player finally reached the $25 million mark on June 22, 2017, when Raiders quarterback Derek Carr signed a deal with five new years and $125 million in new money.In less than 22 months since then, the high-water mark has increased by another $10 million per year.From Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford ($27 million per year) to 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo ($27.5 million) to Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ($28 million) to Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan ($30 million) to Rodgers ($33.5 million) to Wilson ($35 million) T. J. Carrie Color Rush Jersey , the market has gone higher and higher.That will continue, as more quarterbacks move toward new deals. While some, like Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, won’t beat Wilson’s average, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield seemed destined to do so. (It’s hard to get a feel for where Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz will land on that spectrum.)As the cap continues to increase and, in turn, franchise-tag amounts continue to grow, quarterbacks whose contracts are concluding will have more and more leverage. And multiple quarterbacks will eventually be making more money than Wilson.The last time Wilson signed a long-term deal , his $21.9 million per year new-money average was close to the top of the market. As of Monday, his annual average landed in the middle of the pack. Within the next four years, Wilson could be right back there. More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTCleveland Browns:“Same old Cleveland Browns? Life has changed for Haslam ownership” (Pluto) - “While listening to Cleveland Browns owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam at their training camp press conference Sunday, I thought back to a year ago.”“Odell and Baker Are Clicking—But They Know They Haven’t Won Anything Yet” (MMQB) - “After a couple weeks of the quarterback hearing that it was going to happen, then that it wasn’t, then that it was again, Odell Beckham was Cleveland-bound.”“Owners say Hunt’s Browns future ‘up to him’” (ESPN) - “Jimmy and Dee Haslam said Sunday that running back Kareem Hunt “has work to do” and that his future standing with Cleveland will be “up to him.””“Baker Mayfield: Odell Beckham does things I’ve never seen before” (PFT) - “Mayfield has learned that Beckham can make plays with defenders ‘draped all over him’ and those plays lead to Mayfield returning the compliment in the wide receiver’s direction.”“Chad Thomas gets in fight, causes teammates to run sprints Browns Customized Color Rush Jerseys , gives fans the finger” (C-T) - “The final act of Thomas’ meltdown Sunday was giving the middle finger to heckling fans while running sprints toward the bleachers.”NFL:“A.J. Green’s injury on ‘subpar’ Bengals practice field will cost wide receiver up to two months” (CBS) - “Green is in the final year of his contract, and there was some debate about what the Bengals would do with Green.”“Ezekiel Elliott hosted Cowboys RBs at his home and went over plays, rookie says” (USA TODAY) - “He’s just doing his business, more than half a dozen have said, as Elliott remained absent from the second day of Cowboys training camp practices.”“CBA talks originally scheduled for Monday postponed” ( - “Monday’s collective bargaining session between the NFL and the NFL Players Association has been postponed, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Sunday.”


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