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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #75 on: September 15, 2021, 02:56:25 AM »
All good. Harbaugh just forgot to tell them this year the preseason ended at three games, instead of four.  ;D
If Balty makes the playoffs they will lose another 1st round game.  Jackson can't get it done in the playoffs.

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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #76 on: September 21, 2021, 05:00:38 PM »
If Balty makes the playoffs they will lose another 1st round game.  Jackson can't get it done in the playoffs.

He won a game last year, and beat the chiefs two nights ago. But, I wonít completely argue with you in that he needs to get his act together. Iím glad Baltimore didnít extend him this offseason, although it could end up being a Joe Flacco situation which wouldnít be all that terrible.

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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #77 on: September 22, 2021, 04:33:12 PM »
He won a game last year, and beat the chiefs two nights ago. But, I wonít completely argue with you in that he needs to get his act together. Iím glad Baltimore didnít extend him this offseason, although it could end up being a Joe Flacco situation which wouldnít be all that terrible.

I heard someone say that he worked on his accuracy all offseason.  Didn't really see that in this game.  But he really is a weapon overall.

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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #78 on: September 30, 2021, 12:12:45 PM »
He won a game last year, and beat the chiefs two nights ago. But, I wonít completely argue with you in that he needs to get his act together. Iím glad Baltimore didnít extend him this offseason, although it could end up being a Joe Flacco situation which wouldnít be all that terrible.

They actually did extend him by picking up his 5th year option. He salary jumps to 23 million in 2022. The real headache is that he's being represented by his mother instead of an established agent. The NFLPA is begging him to hire an agent but he won't do it.

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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #79 on: October 01, 2021, 01:38:57 AM »
They actually did extend him by picking up his 5 year option. He salary jumps to 23 million in 2022. The real headache is that he's being represented by his mother instead of an established agent. The NFLPA is begging him to hire an agent but he won't do it.
His mom is a real piece of work.

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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #80 on: October 01, 2021, 11:26:36 AM »
His mom is a real piece of work.

It just doesn't make any sense to not have a reputable, experienced, and respected sports agent to represent you. He's going to be offered in the neighborhood of $250-300 million over 4-5 years and he wants to spare the expense of having an agent earn his 3-5%? It's just a stupid idea. There's specific language in those contracts that agents immediately understand and don't need to be explained to. Even though he'll have a lawyer present during negotiations, I'm sure the Ravens front office is thrilled to death to negotiate with Lamar's momma.  ::)


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Re: Officail Baltimore Ravens 2021 🏈 Superbowl thread
« Reply #81 on: October 01, 2021, 11:45:58 AM »
It just doesn't make any sense to not have a reputable, experienced, and respected sports agent to represent you. He's going to be offered in the neighborhood of $250-300 million over 4-5 years and he wants to spare the expense of having an agent earn his 3-5%? It's just a stupid idea. There's specific language in those contracts that agents immediately understand and don't need to be explained to. Even though he'll have a lawyer present during negotiations, I'm sure the Ravens front office is thrilled to death to negotiate with Lamar's momma.  ::)
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