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Hold the Mayo? Not in Foxboro, buddy. The New England Patriots have signed inside linebacker Jerod Mayo to a five-year contract extension. One of the few bright spots on the current New England defense, Mayo will probably be spying St. Tebow on Sunday. [Adam Schefter]
Why aren't Jason Pierre-Paul and Victor Cruz of the New York Giants on the Pro Bowl ballot despite their outstanding seasons? Because the system is broken. [New York Daily News]
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson added insult to injury after his Falcons team spanked the Jacksonville Jaguars 41-14 last Thursday night. "They haven't had anyone decent since Jimmy Smith," Robinson said, speaking of the last Jags receiver with a 1,000-yard season. Smith retired in 2005. "Those guys couldn't get a [bleeping] receiver if it hit them in the head," Robinson said. Hard to argue. [Florida Times-Union]
The NFL hasn't changed its concussion policy since the Colt McCoy incident, but at lea...
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We learned earlier this morning, that Patriots LB Jerod Mayo has just signed a five-year contract extension that will keep him in New England through 2017. But terms were not available at the time.
We have some now. How much will Mayo earn?
I’m told Mayo will earn $50 million over five years, with $27 million guaranteed. He has $4.5 million guaranteed in 2015, which no other NFL...
We told you about the new contract signed by Patriots LB Jerod Mayo, and about some details of a five-year, $50-million extension.
After the Patriots 41-23 win over the Broncos yesterday, we got some reaction from some key participants. What did coach Bill Belichick and Mayo think?
“I feel fortunate to be here another five years,” said Mayo, who made eight tackles. “I want...
It looks like linebacker Jerod Mayo could be a Patriots lifer, and New England head coach Bill Belichick would have it no other way. Mayo reportedly agreed to a five-year contract extension Saturday. Mayo's five-year rookie deal was set to expire after the 2012 season, and if his new contract begins in 2013, he'll be under contract through 2017, which would keep him with...
By Tim BrittonDENVER -- Jerod Mayo had a few reasons to celebrate this weekend.
The linebacker was all smiles decked out in his AFC East champions gear following Sunday's 41-23 win over the Broncos. That, in turn, came on the heels of a five-year extension Mayo worked out with the Patriots on Saturday.
"I'm very grateful, just for my family, Mr. Kraft, Coach Belichick...
New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo agreed to terms on a five-year contract, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Saturday.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but the 25-year-old Mayo was set to make $750,000 in the final year of his rookie deal in 2012.
A Pro Bowler in 2010, Mayo has collected 68 tackles and two interceptions this season.
The 10th overall pick of the...
Adam Schefter from ESPN is reporting that the New England Patriots have signed LB Jerod Mayo to a five-year contract extension. Mayo is in the fourth year of his five-year rookie contract and would have been a free agent after next season. Monetary details have yet to be released, but Mayo was set to make $750,000 next season before signing this deal. Last season, Mayo set a career...
Jerod Mayo, the New England Patriots star middle linebacker is now destined to be a Patriot after they signed him to a five-year deal, which he certainly deserves. He is a tackle machine, totaling almost 200 tackles last year. This year he does not have as many tackles, but he has developed a much more rounded game that includes two interceptions and a forced fumble. The question...
The New England patriots have signed linebacker Jerod Mayo to a five year extension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Mayo’s is currently in his fourth season in the NFL and has proven to be one of the only consistent players on a horrific Patriots defense. Despite missing some time due to injury, Mayo has 68 [...]
Linebacker Jerod Mayo has signed a five-year contract extension with the New England Patriots, reported Comcast SportsNet New England.
New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo has reportedly received a five-year contract extension.
The Patriots used the build up to the Broncos game to do more than prepare for Tim Tebow. They also secured one...
The Celtics announced today that Jeff Green has been diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm, and will miss the 2011-2012 season. He is expected to make a full recovery and is expect to be ready to play next season.
Here’s some reaction to the news:
What Green’s loss means to C’s – Chris Forsberg, ESPN Boston.
JEFF GREEN WILL MISS THE 2011-12 SEASON – Paul Flannery, WEEI.com...
At the end last week’s win over the Redskins, the entire Patriots defense celebrated LB Jerod Mayo’s interception. But CB Devin McCourty could only give a half-celebration. I noticed how McCourty couldn’t lift his right arm above his shoulder, and mentioned it to him yesterday.
He denied it, which was both wrong and kinda cool. He doesn’t care how hurt he is, just how he’s...
The Broncos ran all over, around, and through the Patriots defense in the first quarter. They pummelled the Pats to the tune of 167 rushing yards. Not pretty, and we hadn’t even reached Tebow Time yet.
But then, the Broncos rushed no more. Or at least, the gaping holes that existed in the first quarter, closed up. After Andre Carter went down to injury on the final play of the...