49ers' Richard Sherman Is Not Too Happy Off About Cam Newton's Contract
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QB Cam Newton signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots on Sunday worth up to $7.5 million in incentives. Meanwhile, the QB who replaced him in Carolina, Teddy Bridgewater, got a three-year, $63 million contract only a few months ago. 49ers DB Richard Sherman is not too happy about this...

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KCT
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What are you really implying, Sherman?
Reply9 hours
Cam's alternative is to not sign a contract and receive $0.
Reply17 hours
He is such a nagger.
Reply3 days
KCT
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Naggas gonna nag.
9 hours
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frick the NFL.
Reply4 days
I can’t even believe he got a job! Should be thankful! And $7.5 Mill!!!
Reply4 days
If he’s not happy with the money... I’ll gladly sign the 7 1/2 million dollar contract to play ball for 20 weeks!
Reply4 days
He should've not signed it and stuck to his guns and DEMANDED more money. Then the Pats could've said NO. And we would be done.
Reply4 days
KCT
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I'm done, anyway. Screw them all.
9 hours
Who the frick cares what Richard Sherman thinks? Asking for a friend.
Reply4 days
no one
4 days
The Patriots are notoriously cheap any way, but he didn't have to sign the contract if he didn't like it.
Reply5 days
Was Cam forced to sign this contract?
Reply5 days
He wants to win. And everyday he will be the news. In Boston especially. It is brilliant.
Reply5 days
Is he referring to his qb as the “less talented, overpaid” qb?
Reply5 days
WEll Richard, nothing prevents you from giving him some of your salary if you're so concerned.
Reply5 days
Amen!
4 days
Thats a great contract for a female. What’s he talking about?!
Reply5 days
I guess it must be racist. More money or you're a racist.
Reply5 days
He's got at least $180k as a nest egg. He'll be fine.
Reply5 days
Solid post. I laughed.
5 days
As they say, Richard....... it's an ongoing investigation ;)
Reply5 days
I don’t recall hearing about anyone forcing Newton sign this contract. He signed it now go earn those bonuses and have another team offer big cash next year.
Reply5 days
I hate to lump Cam and Kaepernick together because I like Cam, but the NFL is big money. If you can help a team win, you’ll be there. Green doesn’t segregate.
Reply5 days
Well considering that Forbes has Cams net worth at 45 million dollars, I'm sure he will be fine! This is the kind of shite that will kill all professional sports! Greedy athletes asking for more, more, more, and more! But don't quote me, I'm just asking for a friend!
Reply5 days
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