Report: David Johnson expected to have contract extension before season
David Johnson missed 15 games last season after injuring his wrist on his 17th touch in the season opener. It has not changed his value to the Cardinals.
The running back is worth more than the $1.88 million in base salary he is scheduled to make this season. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media expects Johnson to have a contract extension before the start of the season, with Johnson and his representation considering, What’s our number? What do we want to get?
After six months of streaks, showdowns and social media mayhem, it’s time for even more drama. With intriguing storylines from top to bottom, the 2018 playoffs are shaping up to be must-see TV.
Here’s why each of the postseason’s 16 teams will leave you on the edge of your seat during one of the most binge-worthy NBA playoffs ever.
Anthony Davis is worth watching every game just to see what spectacular line he will put up next. New Orleans has surprised many with an inspiring playoff run after losing DeMarcus Cousins to a season-ending Achilles injury. After Cousins went down on Jan. 26, the Pelicans lost five of six games but recovered by going 20-8 since Feb. 10, riding Davis’ MVP-caliber play.
Oliver and I share the same vision and passion for reimagining the game of football, said Vince McMahon, XFL Founder and Chairman. His experience as both an athlete and executive will ensure the long-term success of the XFL.
Luck, the father of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, gives some credibility to the upstart league that plans to begin play in 2020. Luck once served as president of NFL Europe in addition to his time as a player and college administrator and is generally well liked and respected in football circles. McMahon wanted someone with credentials in the football world, and that’s what he’s found.
Shazier made appearances at Heinz Field for games against the Patriots and Browns in December and visited his teammates at practice in January during his recovery. His father, Vernon, said his son reclaimed feeling in his legs last month.
Shazier, who suffered a severe spine injury that required stabilization surgery in early December, stole the show at the Pens’ home game Tuesday against the Golden Knights when he was shown on the video scoreboard at 16:01 of the first period, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
A well-deserved STANDING ovation for this guy, the Penguins tweeted, along with the video.