Posted July 24, 2012 on
The old saying about needing three years to prepare a quarterback to play regularly in the league? That’s, well, old-school. Len Pasquarelli examines the change in the culture of the NFL when it comes to on-the-job-training for young signal-callers and the recent success reinforces the change in philosophy.
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According to Len Pasquarelli of the Sports Xchange, there still hasnt been any progress made between the Seattle Seahawks and DE Chris Clemons. Clemons figures to be a holdout candidate if his contract isnt addressed at some point in the near future. As of now, hell make $4.5 million for the upcoming season, but is reportedly looking for a deal closer to the one that was signed...
The concept of short-term rentals is more prevalent in Major League Baseball, but also germane in NFL personnel circles, as several cases underlined last season. The big payoff on low-cost gambles could benefit the Chargers, Dolphins and Steelers, among others, in 2012, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Len Pasquarelli, senior NFL writer for The Sports Xchange, brings you all of the latest NFL news, including Marshawn Lynch's DUI, the signings of Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, and more.