The Bills missed out on the bigger names in the free-agent quarterback merry-go-round. Cousins landed a massive contract with Minnesota. Case Keenum got a nice payday with the Denver Broncos. Sam Bradford landed with the Cardinals.cheap customized nfl jerseys
And that might be for the best.
From a financial standpoint, it’s hard to argue Buffalo didn’t get a good deal when it signed former Cincinnati Bengals backup AJ McCarron to a two-year, $10 million contract.
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis told Tim Graham of the Buffalo News that the team got a winner.cheap nfl custom jerseys
“AJ’s always been a really confident player in himself and his abilities,” Lewis said. “He’s had a great deal of success, and he believes that he will always continue to have success. That’s part of him.”
Just about everyone believes the Bills will still make a push to trade up in this year’s draft to select a quarterback—$5 million a nike nfl jerseys cheap year isn’t a contract that shows a ton of confidence in McCarron long-term.
But the Bills don’t have to sell their souls to do so. If the price is too high for them to move up, they have a Plan B. The 27-year-old McCarron has shown (albeit in a small sample size) the ability to have some success as a starter at the NFL level.
From the moment that Ndamukong Suh landed in Los Angeles, pundits have been breathlessly forecasting how formidable the Rams will be with Suh joining Aaron Donald up front.
Minnesota’s signing of Sheldon Richardson to a one-year, $8 million contract may not have generated the headlines that Suh’s move did, but it could wind up being every bit as impactful—or perhaps even more so.
Richardson, who had 44 tackles and one sack for the Seattle Seahawks in 2017, isn’t a huge numbers guy. nfl jerseys cheap nike He piled up eight sacks and made the Pro Bowl with the Jets in 2014, but he has just 7.5 sacks in the three seasons since.
However, the numbers don’t tell the whole story. In his first year in a four-man front last season, Richardson showed the potential to be a disruptive 3-technique in the mold of, well, Suh.