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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by jessestylex, Feb 18, 2009.
Yes, but only one FAIL.
Glad to have him here for four more years.
Four more years! Four more years!
Well if for some reason we are stuck with Vince as QB we still have Bironas to put points on the board
Any idea how that deal ranks among kickers?
Is he the highest paid now?
I'm happy to have him, just wondering how 3 million a season compares with other teams.
I believe he is now among the top paid kickers considering if he would have been franchsied he would have made $2.48 million.
Robbie Gould is the highest paid I think. Making a little over three million a year but for 5 years.
SUMMARY: Rob Bironas has agreed to a four-year deal which makes him one of the highest-paid kickers in the NFL. He will receive $12 million over four years, along with $5 million in guarantees. Since entering the league in 2005, Bironas has become the fifth-most accurate kicker in NFL history (minimum of 100 field goals made) by hitting 84.5 percent of his attempts. He also ranks fifth in the NFL over the past four seasons with 59 touchbacks on kickoffs. "Rob has worked hard to establish himself as one of the best all-around kickers in the NFL," Titans GM Mike Reinfeldt said, "I would expect that to continue in the years to come."
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Bironas is awesome. If I had some money to blow I would buy his jersey. Hell, since he is so loaded, he might buy me his jersey just so I can wear it to the games... maybe I should write him a fan letter.
Only downside I see here are more of those horrible RJ Young commercials.
It is a 12M deal but with only 5M guaranteed. Sounds like it is very incentive laden. Nice.
MR does it again.