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LaFell Playing For His Next Contract

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“I definitely want to stay here,” said LaFell, who will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. “I wish they would have extended me already but they haven’t. It is what it is. I’m going to keep going out here and busting my tail every week, keep helping this team win games and hopefully at the end of the year they offer me another deal.”

“I don’t believe LaFell is a system guy,” Smith said. “That’s why I say that he’s done everything because he’s adapted. There are very few guys, in my personal opinion, that in a short amount of time he’s been in the league have been able to handle change and be able to be successful at the same time as he’s done.”

Read the full article by Jonathon Jones here

http://buzztap.com/-uL1882

Good article IMO.

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Id like to keep ole #11 wouldn't feel the same without em and his big drops

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Best he should get is #3WR money.

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I'd love to keep him

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

for the vet minimum

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I'd keep Him.

For 3rd wr money.

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6 years 13 million? Sure.

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I can only think of 4 drops this year by LaFell, could be wrong though. At Tampa, at San Fran, at Zona and at New Orleans.

Last year Dallas and KC come to mind. I know we've had a ton of LaFell threads already but it's a good article that points out his numbers and how they stack up against other 2's and comments from Rivera and Smitty, so I thought I'd share.

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