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Tyrann Mathieu has agreed to signing a four-year $3.052 million contract with the Arizona Cardinals. According to reports, he has already been entered into the NFL’s drug-testing program and could be subject to up to 10 tests per month, according to a source close to the situation. Mathieu’s agent, Pat Lawlor, told Rapoport that “both sides understood the issues we were dealing with.”

As it was reported earlier, Mathieu did receive a portion of his signing bonus up front, $265,000, with the rest coming to him over the remaining three years — granted he doesn’t fail a drug test.
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Do you want to know if TM has matured? Just find out what he did with that $265K. If he went all "minority" on us and bought a Escalade SUV then with "Quwanty-ate" inch rims.........he won't be in the league 2 years. Guy is a GD loser IYAM.
Reply46 months
What a way to make 3+M ??? Does he have to make the team ?? have some playing time ??
Reply46 months
TenTex you're a moron. Nothing about pot is addictive.
Reply46 months
Pulling for the guy.....but I'll be pleasantly surprised if he gets deeply into the regular season without incident.
Reply46 months
Pot meets Kettle! No room for immature, stupid BS choices! Can HB be a real man or just another washed out drug addict?
Reply46 months
Essentially he is getting paid extra every time he passes a drug test. Pretty sweet gig.
Reply46 months
Of course he is going to agree with it, he wants to get paid right?
Reply46 months
how perfect is Arizona for him?
Reply46 months
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