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Originally posted by genus49:
Originally posted by smithgdwg:
They really should make the rookie deals completely set in stone so that there is no negotiation.

I used this analogy somewhere else.

Say you get hired by a company. They tell you that your annual salary is going to be $1 million dollars.

Are you cool if they give you the full million on December 31st? Or would you want them to break it up into smaller paychecks?

Extreme analogy but the point is despite the overall numbers being locked in...you can still hash out the pay structure/timing and contract stipulations for worst case scenarios.

Right. $1 million all in year one of a five year contract. So you get hosed on the taxes. But hey just shut up and take the money because it's a lot. Why anyone ever sides with these billionaire owners/teams is baffling to me. Although there are a ton of poor people who continue to argue for trickle down economics, so I shouldn't be surprised. Lol
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DID HE SIGN YET??

really tho, why not just sign a deal early?
Originally posted by 9moon:
DID HE SIGN YET??

really tho, why not just sign a deal early?

This has been addressed numerous times. You're either not listening or don't care.
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I need some goddamn Bosa.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

he doesn't want to sign with the 49ers.
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

he doesn't want to sign with the 49ers.

Wants to be closer to his family.
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Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

I need some goddamn Mayo News!
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Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

I need some goddamn Mayo News!

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Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

I need some goddamn Mayo News!




The 49ers moved on from depth linebacker Brock Coyle during the offseason, largely hinging on his career-ending concussion, and inked former Carolina Panthers linebacker David Mayo as a preemptive move.
Mayo, 25 years old, hasn't earned his stripes as a starter. Yet with some of the Niners' injury concerns at the position, including Alexander coming off a 2018 ACL tear, Mayo could step in on a pinch, if need be.
https://ninernoise.com/2019/07/15/49ers-radar-additions-important-2019/
Originally posted by genus49:
Originally posted by 9moon:
DID HE SIGN YET??

really tho, why not just sign a deal early?

This has been addressed numerous times. You're either not listening or don't care.

Hes trolling....

Originally posted by frozen49er:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by mayo49:
I need some goddamn Bosa.

he doesn't want to sign with the 49ers.

Wants to be closer to his family.

[ Edited by mojave45 on Jul 18, 2019 at 8:30 AM ]
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NJ.com ranked the five players most likely to make a big impact at the pro level after this year's draft. They ranked Nick Bosa number one. Their reasoning? Along with his immense talent, it's easier for edge rushers to adapt to the NFL game.
It makes sense – they don't have the pressure to lead a team the way a QB does. And while they have plenty of techniques and defensive schemes to learn, they don't have as many formations to learn as offensive lineman entering the league.
While anything can happen once he gets to the professional level, Bosa gives the 49ers a lot to be excited about. Based on his athleticism, experience, skill set, and the position he plays, it seems like San Francisco fans will see quick returns on this particular investment
https://www.sportscasting.com/nfl/nfl-why-san-francisco-49ers-fans-are-going-to-love-nick-bosa/
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Originally posted by Furlow:
Right. $1 million all in year one of a five year contract. So you get hosed on the taxes. But hey just shut up and take the money because it's a lot. Why anyone ever sides with these billionaire owners/teams is baffling to me. Although there are a ton of poor people who continue to argue for trickle down economics, so I shouldn't be surprised. Lol

Finally! Someone I agree with lmao some
How corporations have convinced the poor to shut their mouth and just take what's given to them, never fight for yourself.

Also, who the hell actually thinks that giving the corporations billions more in money, who's sole job Is to reward the share holder and pay as little as possible to everyone else, is a great economic practice? It's never been sustainable.
Originally posted by tankle104:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Right. $1 million all in year one of a five year contract. So you get hosed on the taxes. But hey just shut up and take the money because it's a lot. Why anyone ever sides with these billionaire owners/teams is baffling to me. Although there are a ton of poor people who continue to argue for trickle down economics, so I shouldn't be surprised. Lol

Finally! Someone I agree with lmao some
How corporations have convinced the poor to shut their mouth and just take what's given to them, never fight for yourself.

Also, who the hell actually thinks that giving the corporations billions more in money, who's sole job Is to reward the share holder and pay as little as possible to everyone else, is a great economic practice? It's never been sustainable.

People who are brainwashed into thinking another group (most times racial) is the cause of their struggle, even though said group is poor/working class just like them.

Go Nick, go!
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Originally posted by tankle104:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Right. $1 million all in year one of a five year contract. So you get hosed on the taxes. But hey just shut up and take the money because it's a lot. Why anyone ever sides with these billionaire owners/teams is baffling to me. Although there are a ton of poor people who continue to argue for trickle down economics, so I shouldn't be surprised. Lol

Finally! Someone I agree with lmao some
How corporations have convinced the poor to shut their mouth and just take what's given to them, never fight for yourself.

Also, who the hell actually thinks that giving the corporations billions more in money, who's sole job Is to reward the share holder and pay as little as possible to everyone else, is a great economic practice? It's never been sustainable.

Bosa! Bosa! Bosa! Having said that,....

Your smart phone is an example of trickle down economics. If you price your video camera, phone, computer, digital recorder, pager, maps, snail mail, GPS, etc... by past standards (around 1990) that phone would be almost $20,000.

Today's typical smartphone replaces a wide range of equipment one would have purchased back in the early 1990s -- from computers to stereo equipment to cameras to clock radios. And, oh yeah, telephones.
Now, Bret Swanson of TechPolicyDaily.com has crunched some of the pricing behind these replaced items and more, coming up with an estimate as to what it would have cost to put together a high-functioning smartphone in 1991, comparable to today's iPhone: $3.6 million, versus the $100-$300 price tag (depending on deals) incurred when purchased with one of today's mobile plans.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/an-iphone-would-have-cost-36-million-two-decades-ago/
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