If Rob Housler did indeed sign a Minimum Salary Benefit rule his 2017 salary will have the same cap hit as Derby's would have - $615K
He looks totally different from when he was on Kings. https://t.co/Z9Bufnr1uF
Now have the Patriots 2017 cap commitment after the Housler signing as $113,470,742 with 54 players signed or tendered.
Actually Seahorses are the horses of the ocean buddy. https://t.co/zbG9kIV2GN
Thursday's NFC Championship Game injury report: https://t.co/VHAKQc6SV0
After the Housler signing now have 54 Patriots on the 2017 roster. That presumes tendering the 3 ERFAs and signing the 10 ps players.
This definitely looks like it could be the hat of responsibility. https://t.co/dpNIMTaaiK
“Holy Tuck: An Oral History of the Raiders-Patriots Tuck Rule Game” by Michael Weinreb https://t.co/iK5zr2FbrQ
My guess is that Rob Housler signs a similar deal with the Pats - 775K, no signing bonus or gtd money. Cap = 615K. https://t.co/qwul5InHkG
Jaws on PTI just now said that Ben Roethlisberger has to wear the "hat of responsibility" this weekend against the Patriots.
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Nope. Reports are 15 guys dealing with it. https://t.co/3EfVKjbPeg
@MoeMroue92 "Pittsburgh has the highest rated offense, seventh overall, they'll have faced"
@OjPats4 we discussed that this week. Much different playing a terrible colts team that upset Denver