- Tom Pelissero reports that Dolphins DE Cameron Wake actually agreed to take a pay cut in 2016 as part of his new “extension.”
- Wake’s 2016 salary has been reduced from $8.4 million to $7.125 million. Although, he can earn the difference back by reaching sack incentives.
- Pelissero adds that Wake is due another $7 million in 2017 with $3 million of that figure fully guaranteed. He’ll also get another $2 million guaranteed if he records 15 sacks this season.
Session is being asked to pay nearly $382,000 in child support for his daughter, who has has cerebral palsy and is blind. Session could face six months in jail for failing to pay.
Session apparently gave his parents $5 million and told the court that it was a gift that he no longer has access to. However, the lawyers for the mother aren’t buying this.
Jets WR Eric Decker says he was surprised by the team’s decision to draft Christian Hackenburg in round two.
“Honestly, we have certain needs,” Decker said, via NJ.com. “But again I’m not in the war room, I don’t scout and say, ‘Hey, this is what our five-year projection looks like.’ Because of what we did last year with [Ryan] Fitzpatrick and … to get a quarterback in the second round, that’s a big decision. You’re saying a lot about him and what he means to the franchise.”
- Paul Kuharsky of ESPN takes a look at five Titans’ players who need to prove themselves to varying degrees this season.
- Kuharsky’s list includes first-round picks, G Chance Warmack, WR Kendall Wright, QB Zach Mettenberger, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson and WR Justin Hunter.