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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

RT @globejimmcbride: #Patriots have signed TE Rob Housler to a futures contract.

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

"Ben is an incredible player and he’s been that way since 2004 when he came into the league." #Patriots notes:… https://t.co/MGARefrGH4

“Holy Tuck: An Oral History of the Raiders-Patriots Tuck Rule Game” by Michael Weinreb https://t.co/iK5zr2FbrQ

@JasonEscabi @pfwpaul yup. My wife's been worried about kids getting it. Paul doesn't seem to believe in it.

For some strange reason, that strikes me as really funny.

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.

RT @JMastrodonato: Farrell: 'Eyes will go to' Dustin Pedroia to replace David Ortiz's leadership ability on Red Sox https://t.co/rYjcmCCu7B…

RT @JMastrodonato: Will Mookie Betts raise his voice? "I try. I’m only 24 so it’s kind of hard to tell some 30-year-old man, Lets go." http…

RT @murphmj: Without Ortiz, Farrell looking toward Dustin Pedroia: "He’ll be a steady force for a lot of our young players.” https://t.co/h…

Nope. Reports are 15 guys dealing with it. https://t.co/3EfVKjbPeg

RT @leahysean: John Farrell praises Pablo Sandoval, but promises competition in camp https://t.co/4ga0Oppu7K by @JMastrodonato https://t.co…

@MoeMroue92 "Pittsburgh has the highest rated offense, seventh overall, they'll have faced"

@RobertoCFG @WEEI Hahaha....had a few people react like that.

@OjPats4 we discussed that this week. Much different playing a terrible colts team that upset Denver

RT @Patriots: Brady & Belichick prepare for NFL-record 11th conference championship game appearance: https://t.co/H1iN2K9mwC

B/c that would mean owners splitting their money either 1 or 2 more ways ... And I don't think they're particularly… https://t.co/1mVBYpBqwL


Technology coming to the NFL

Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by rochrist, Jul 31, 2014.

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    I thought this was interesting, and I haven't seen it mentioned here anywhere. The NFL is going to have players start wearing RFID tags.

    http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014...oaches-rejoice-nfl-players-to-wear-rfid-tags/

    The NFL said the technology will be used in 17 stadiums for the 2014-2015 season. The teams include: Atlanta, Baltimore, Carolina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, New Orleans, Oakland, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington. For the moment, however, NFL teams cannot access the in-game data for competitive reasons to allow the league a chance to examine its integrity.

    Counting down till the inevitable BB is hacking the RFID chips outcry begins....
     
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