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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cOHnSbwIRc

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HoDaRUUGjY

 

 

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I often sit and wonder how much more awesome my life would have turned out had my parents named me Jericho.

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Cotchery's last four years:

2010 (age 28) - 433 yds with Jets
2011 (age 29) - 237 yds with Steelers
2012 (age 30) - 205 yds with Steelers
2013 (age 31) - 602 yds with Steelers
average: 369 yds

1st year with Jets: 60 yds
2nd year with Jets: 251 yds
1st year with Steelers: 237 yds
2nd year with Steelers: 205 yds
1st year with Panthers: ???

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And thus, the end of an era of McNutt jokes.


The only Mcnutt jokes I heard were references to Mcnutt jokes. Crack one for me.

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10 touchdown catches. I'll take that.

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It's good to see something positive this offseason. Can't be worse than LaFell.

 

Oh, but he is.

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@RavensInsider: Panthers make it official, announce their two-year deal for wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery
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And it begins. Do it panthers.

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Cool we have a legit number three again.

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this is what the Patriots gave LaFell (3-yr deal) per the Boston Herald:

2014:
Signing bonus: $3 million
Base salary: $800,000
Roster bonus: $200,000 ($12,500 per game on 46-man roster)
Cap hit: $2 million

2015:
Base salary: $1.8 million
Roster bonus: $400,000 ($25,000 per game on 46-man roster)
Cap hit: $3.2 million

2016:
Base salary: $2.4 million
Roster bonus: $400,000 ($25,000 per game on 46-man roster)
Cap hit: $3.8 million

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