The Bucs have offered Nnamdi the most money and plan to make him the highest paid cornerback in the league, apparently the deal goes through 6 yrs and is worth $75 million with $35-40 million guaranteed. This team could be a great fit for Nnamdi because Florida has no state tax, they are an emerging team that can win a very open NFC with key pieces like Josh Freeman and fellow CB Ronde Barber, and they have alot of salary cap space. If they sign Nnamdi, Aquib Talib would become expendable.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
The 49ers are in the middle, not offering the most money but they are offering more money than the Jets, they are also located in the Bay Area which is a location that he enjoys living in being that he's been there through the course of his career as a Raider. The team is starting a new era with Coach Harbaugh and has alot of young pieces that can make a decent playoff run under the right leadership. The 49ers might also be getting a new stadium soon.
The Jets have the best chance at a Super Bowl out of these 3 teams but have the least money to offer. New York is one of the biggest acting hubs of the world, something which he is interested in and it's not to far from D.C., our nation's capital where Nnamdi can talk about his philanthropic interests with politicians and donors. With his addition, the Jets would probably have the best secondary in the league.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
My sources on Twitter (I wish, lol) are telling me that the Ravens may lose Chris Carr because the Jags are very close to signing him, also, it looks like the Ravens are out of the Nnamdi sweepstakes, the Jets (because they are a SB contender plus NYC is an east coast entertainment hub), the Texans and 49ers (who are both willing to pay big bucks) are the three teams he's looking at. With the signing of Sidney Rice and coaching of Pete Carroll, the Seahawks are also a dark horse, and they have the money to make the splash, so they are a dark horse.
Big props to @incarceratedbob of Rotoinfo.com and GamblersFinalWord.Blogspot.com
In a move to bring more variety to the network, BET started a late-night talk show a couple of years ago with one of Black America's most outspoken celebrities but Mo'Nique has been anything but outspoken during the tenure of her show. Her ratings have been great but the show has now been cancelled according to MediaTakeOut.com due to disagreements on the direction the show was taking between Mo'Nique and management at BET.
In my opinion, Mo'Nique was too kind to her guests. We never got the kind of comedy and laughs we usually expect from late-night talk shows. She asked too many softball questions but I guess you can understand why because most of her guests were also personal friends. According to FreddyO.com, Kevin Hart, Charlamagne the God and Lil Duval are all being considered as replacements. Let's hope we get more laughs and less softness this time around, these 3 candidates are usually not afraid to say what's on their mind for a couple of laughs, even if it gets them in trouble.
COMING SOON: The Kevin Hart Show on BET?
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