Greg Jennings encourages Dez Bryant to take a pay cut

Four days after the Cowboys’ season ended, wide receiver Dez Bryant was asked about his contract situation and if he would be willing to take a little less money to play for the Cowboys.

Hell, no, man, Bryant told reporters. I believe in me.

When they start using words like, ‘We’re looking at the full body of work,’ those are tell-tale signs that…you’re going to take the pay cut, Jennings said. We’ve got to look at the full scope of what’s going on around us and so for me, I didn’t take the pay cut initially…I was no longer in that Vikings uniform because they decided to go with Mike Wallace.

Bryant has two years left on his deal worth $25.5 million. The Cowboys could cut him and take less of a cap hit now than they would have after 2016, or even 2017. Cutting him could make sense for the Cowboys if Bryant is not willing to restructure his contract. Jennings urged Bryant not to put himself in that situation.

Dez… Dez… just take the pay cut man.

It wouldn’t be fair to judge Hue based on his record after just two seasons because few NFL teams have put themselves at such a disadvantage in order to save assets and focus on winning three or four years down the road, Thomas wrote for Sports Illustrated.

This season, the Browns became only the second NFL team in history to go winless over a 16-game season. General manager Sashi Brown was fired and John Dorsey took his place. It seemed only a matter of time before Jackson was fired, too, but Thomas said owner Jimmy Haslam had to remember why Jackson was hired in the first place three years ago.

He was the hottest coach on the market for several years, developed QBs like Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton and went as a head coach in his only full season, Thomas said. He’s a great leader, a great manager of coaches and a great X’s and O’s football guy. Firing him based on the record wouldn’t have been the right move.

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He covers a lot of ground. He is long and athletic, but he has good self-awareness, so he can get to an empty spot before the next guy and be there in time for a block or a rebound. He has that kind of natural intelligence about playing in space. A lot of young guys don’t have that.

I think Miami knew what it was getting with him, and that is a player who needs to add one or two things to make him serviceable offensively. He has a long and inconsistent release on his jumper, and he has to be able to fix that, or else you can ignore him on that end.

His footwork. He got a lot of attention for the dunks, but he is in position for those dunks because of what he does with his feet. He always has a solid base, and he does not waste a step. He runs the floor, he gets to offensive rebounds and he is very good in the paint. That’s all footwork.

You have to wonder about where he fits defensively. He is probably going to guard 4s, but he did not show that he’s ready for that. He’ll make a lot of mistakes, the question is, how does he learn from them?

Stats don’t encompass careers, but consider these numbers. LeBron is better than Kobe (regular season and playoffs) in the categories of… points per game, assists per game, steals per game, blocks per game, field-goal percentage, effective field-goal percentage, true shooting percentage, box plus/minus, value over replacement player and player efficiency rating.

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