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Golic: I have a bit of hate for QBs

After Mike Greenberg revisits a quote from legendary coach Buddy Ryan about "pompous, overpaid quarterbacks," Golic's disdain for QBs resurfaces.


Schefter: Never seen a deal like Luck's

Andrew Luck's extension is for five years and $123 million. enough to buy an MLS franchise. Adam Schefter breaks down the financial significance.


Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Perception around the league from people I've spoken to is that people are surprised that the Andrew Luck deal isn't bigger.

Concerns about Clowney

Jim Trotter and Herm Edwards investigate Jadeveon Clowney's questionable health and examine what is at stake for Clowney in the upcoming NFL season.


Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

$43,241: Minimum amount of money the Colts will pay Andrew Luck PER DAY through December 2021.

Linda Cohn @lindacohn

You can make an easy case that nine QB's right now are better than Andrew Luck. That contract is for what the Colts expect Luck to become.

Linda Cohn @lindacohn

After historic deal for their franchise QB, Do the Colts have any money left for the OL to keep Andrew Luck upright and healthy? #luck

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Andrew Luck contract details: -$32 million signing bonus -$12 million 2016 salary -$3 million 2017 roster bonus, fully guaranteed at signing. -So, a total of $47 million guaranteed at signing and $44 million cash paid out in 2016. -$40 million more guaranteed against injury. Of that, $13M becomes guaranteed in March 2017, $21M more in March 2018 and $6M more in March 2019. -Luck will make $75 million in the first three years of the deal.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

A review of Andrew Luck's contract shows $47 million guaranteed at time of signing, $60 million guaranteed by start of 2017 league year.

Andrew Luck's 6-year deal is big time

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the deal is worth $87M in guaranteed money, which is $22M more guaranteed than any other player (Eli Manning and Philip Rivers each have $65M guaranteed in their current contracts).

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