#1 That would put Jones at an average of $14 von linchao 17.01.2020 08:37

Jason Witten’s first year off the playing field and in the broadcast booth hasn’t always gone smoothly. Witten acknowledges that.Witten has been mocked for https://www.thecowboyslockerroom.com/authentic-leighton-vander-esch-jersey , among other things, saying Aaron Rodgers “pulls another rabbit out of his head” and suggesting that the NFL had become “left wing” with its increased emphasis on player safety, and he said on an ESPN media conference call that he understands the criticism.“Yeah, there’s been some flubs,” Witten said. “I mean I made mistakes. You try to own it, you embrace it. Hell, I’m not perfect, I’ve certainly had my fair share of mistakes on live television and more than anything else you try to embrace it, you laugh at it Taco Charlton Jersey White , you smile at it, I had the remark on Twitter that you don’t try to deny it. You know, I got a few texts from my wife and it’s good to see her laughing at it when I get home the next day and talking about it. So it’s a transition, I try not to take it too serious, I really try to embrace it, and focus on improving. I understood when I took this job that it was going to be hard, it was going to be a transition.”One of the reasons Witten takes criticism is that he suffers in comparison with his old teammate Tony Romo, who went directly from the Cowboys to the CBS booth with rave reviews. Witten’s transition hasn’t been as smooth.“Certainly with Tony and the success that he had, I really try not to live in that world and fully embrace it and continue to get better and evaluate it Amari Cooper Jersey White , but I think with the flubs I certainly do not deny it, I don’t try to hide it and as you said, that’s really all you can do in those moments is self-deprecate and move forward. So over time I hope to improve and get better at it, but yeah, that’s kind of my approach with it,” Witten said.Publicly, ESPN has been supportive of Witten. Privately, they probably thought they were getting something closer to Romo. The Cowboys corner will be a free agent after this season. How much is he worth?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsDallas Cowboys GeneralIs Cowboys cornerback CDTShareTweetShareShareIs Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones worth $14 million a year?Troy Taormina-USA TODAY SportsOnce the Dallas Cowboys decided to move Byron Jones back to corner on a permanent basis in 2018, his career took off. A first-round pick in 2015 Womens Michael Gallup Jersey , Jones had started out as a corner but was shifted over to safety where he stayed for a few years. His time at safety was marked by inconsistency as his instincts and skill-set never quite matched up to the position. Kris Richard took one look at his size and skill-set and knew that corner was the place for Jones in his defensive secondary. It turned out to be the right move. Jones had a Pro Bowl year in 2018. The first two thirds or so of the season he was playing among the best cornerbacks in the league. The final third saw his play drop off a little as he started to give up more catches and touchdowns, while accumulating penalties. Turns out Jones had picked up an injury that was affecting his play.Not only did it affect his play, but it had a two-fold impact on this offseason. One, the major one for the short-term, is he had hip surgery which will likely keep him on the sidelines throughout the offseason. His being available for Week 1 is still in question. The other result of the injury is the Cowboys are in no hurry to extend him. He was already in line behind some of the other stars the Cowboys need to sign, but he’s now likely pushed until the 2020 offseason for a new contract.With that in mind, Jones shows up in an article about free agents who are likely to cash in during the 2020 offseason. Of course a lot can happen between now and then. How Jones recovers from his hip surgery and plays in the 2019 season will obviously have a lot to do with the money he can make when he hits free agency. Bleacher Report went ahead and took a stab at what kind of contract Jones could get.That would put Jones at an average of $14 million per year. He would be tied for fifth among corners with Kyle Fuller, trailing Josh Norman ($15 million), Trumaine Johnson ($14.5 million) Demarcus Lawrence Jersey , Xavier Rhodes ($14.02 million) and Patrick Peterson ($14.01 million). The Cowboys will have some decisions to make about their corners in 2020 if they don’t extend Jones before that. He will be a free agent, as will Anthony Brown. After that, Chidobe Awuzie and Jourdan Lewis will be free agents the following year. So BTB, would you give Byron Jones $14 million a year for five years?

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