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Philadelphia Eagles all pro running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy will be having plenty of happy days to celebrate besides Mother’s Day after inking a a five-year extension worth $45 million with $20.765 million guaranteed.
After posting 1,309 yards rushing and 17 rushing touchdowns Shady has placed in himself in the best back in the league conversation.
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LeSean McCoy became a rich man on Thursday, signing a five-year extension worth $45 million with $20.765 million guaranteed. That averages out to be just over $1 million of guaranteed money per touchdown McCoy scored in 2011.
Simply put, McCoy got paid because the man is money.
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In 2011, he put himself in the elite category...
From one Giant to another. Osi Umenyiora says he'll buy Lawrence Taylor's Super Bowl ring, but there is a catch.
Just as the New York Giants are receiving their spiffy Super Bowl XLVI rings, a former Giants legend is about to lose his from over 20 years ago.
Lawrence Taylor‘s ring from when Scott Norwood won the Giants Super Bowl XXV in 1991 has hit the auction block. You would think it’s because L.T. needs to pay legal fees, but it’s actually his son who put the ring up for auction....
Now that Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has received the long-term extension he was looking for–in an interview with the NFL Network (via ProFootballtalk.com), he made it clear that never even thought about holding out for a new contract.
“I just waited it out,” McCoy said. “I was never thinking about holding out, or never thinking, ‘Oh, this...
With the news that Lawrence Taylor’s son is auctioning off his Super Bowl XXV ring, New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora tweeted this morning that he’ll buy his ring in order to give it back to him if he can reach 1,000,000 followers on Twitter.
Attn:All L.T, NYG, NFL FANS! If i get 1million followers, i will buy L.T’s ring back and give it to him. The 1,000,000th will...
Osi Umenyiora of the New York Giants is on one heck of a self-promo tour based on one of his latest Tweets. According to Osi:
I am still undecided if this is a decent gesture by Osi, or if it is just a way to garner more Twitter followers. I’m inclined to lean towards the latter.
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Standout New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora has offered to buy and return Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor’s Super Bowl XXV ring if he amasses 500,000 Twitter followers by 10 p.m. tonight. Umenyiora, a British-born two-time All-Pro who … Continue reading →
Osi Umenyiora promised Saturday to buy back Giants great Lawrence
Taylor his Super Bowl XXV ring.
One week after Osi Umenyiora wished LeSean McCoy a Happy Mother's Day via Twitter, the NFL's 2011 leader in rushing touchdowns looked as though he might as well have been auditioning for the Lingerie Football League throughout most of this game.
McCoy finished the afternoon with 29 carries for 63 yards - a mere 2.1 YPA and a bad omen considering the five-year contract extension...
Lawrence Taylor's Super Bowl XXV ring sold for more than $230,000 at auction held by SBC. 30 bids were placed on the New York Giants Hall of Fame linebackers ring, with the winning bid being $192,001. After the buyer's commission was added, the final price totaled $230,401.20. Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora who recently joined Twitter had promised to buy the...
Lawrence Taylor's Super Bowl XXV ring eventually sold for more than
$230,000 at auction as Osi Umenyiora admitted defeat in his
unlikely attempt to claim the prize for the New York Giants great.
News came out during the week that Giants great Lawrence Taylor is auctioning one of his 2 Super Bowl rings. It was later confirmed that it’s LT’s son who is selling it. Well, current Giant star Osi Umenyiora is offering to buy the ring at auction and return it to LT. On one condition: It’s [...]