Patrick Mahomes cashed in with a $503M contract. He’s already proven he’s worth it too:


Author: Jon Kuzma

Golf Avenue Trade-In Program

The Kansas City Chiefs made sure that Patrick Mahomes will spend most of his career with them. The team just signed Mahomes to a 10-year $503M contract. That deal is worth more than any other agreement in the history of the NFL. It also means Mahomes will be around until at least 2031. So Mahomes will be 36 years old when it’s time to sign his next contract. Obviously this is big because the Chiefs are close to becoming a dynasty. They’re the reigning Super Bowl champions and the favorites to win it all again this year. So this is a huge victory for Kansas City and it’ll have a positive impact on their locker room. Everyone loves Patrick Mahomes and they know he’s the key to their success.

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Is JuJu Smith-Schuster ready to move on from the Pittsburgh Steelers?


Author: Jon Kuzma

Golf Avenue Trade-In Program

There’s been a lot of speculation that the Steelers could trade JuJu Smith-Schuster.
However that doesn’t seem likely because Pittsburgh wouldn’t be very competitive at the receiver position. But what if it’s actually Smith-Schuster that wants to move on from Pittsburgh? We know he was born in Long Beach, California and then he attended the University of Southern California for college. So it’s clear that Smith-Schuster likes to be close to home. And maybe that’s why the Steelers drafted Chase Claypool. Was the writing on the wall that Smith-Schuster didn’t want to re-sign with Pittsburgh? And don’t be surprised if Smith-Schuster ends up on Los Angeles’ roster next year. They need another receiver after losing Sammy Watkins and Brandin Cooks the last couple of years. So the Rams would make sense.

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The Los Angeles Chargers need to start Justin Herbert in week one if they want any shot at making the playoffs:


Author: Jon Kuzma

Golf Avenue Trade-In Program

The Los Angeles Chargers need to start Justin Herbert right away. They can’t afford to play Tyrod Taylor and lose two or three games at the beginning of the season. The AFC West is way too competitive and it’ll kill the Chargers hopes of making the playoffs. The gap between Herbert and Taylor is that big and Los Angeles drafted Herbert in the first round for a reason. They already see the rookie as their franchise quarterback. So it makes sense to get his development underway and there’s a good chance Herbert will seize the moment. He performed very well at the NFL Combine. You can tell that the next level won’t be too much for the former Duck to handle. And he’s the Chargers best shot at making it to the wildcard. Therefore it makes sense for Los Angeles to play their top option at quarterback. Which is hands down Herbert even if he’s still a little green.

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It’s the right time to change the Washington Redskins name. It’s also the right thing to do:


Author: Jon Kuzma

Golf Avenue Trade-In Program

Once again the Washington Redskins are facing pressure to change their name. Most of us know that many Native Americans are uncomfortable with the term Redskin because it was a racial slur against their people. There’s so many changes happening in our country in order to combat racism. And it would make sense if Washington decided now is the time rename the team. With the betrayal that’s been committed against Native American’s it’s the least we can do. You have to remember Native American’s were 100% of the population at one point. But now they’re less than 2%. So because of the suffering they’ve had to go through. If changing the name can help Native American’s feel more comfortable moving forward. Then Washington owes them that support. Especially since they’ve profited off a racial slur since 1933.

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Baker Mayfield could be heading for a big season. The Cleveland Browns rebuilt their offensive line to ensure that happens:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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Last year Baker Mayfield was playing with a lackluster offensive line. Everyone wanted to blame Mayfield’s struggles on his off the field behavior or the fact that he shot too many commercials. But the truth is he was sacked 40 times and Mayfield was constantly running for his life. Now with the additions of Jack Conklin and Jedrick Wills to their offensive line. Cleveland’s pass protection will improve tenfold. And who will benefit the most from better blocking up front? It’s Baker Mayfield. With a clean pocket Mayfield will be able to show off why he was the number one overall pick just a couple of years ago. We know that means Mayfield will use his arm strength to attack the middle of the field. Which has been where he does most of his damage. Hopefully with more time to let the play develop. Mayfield will also be able to take more shots deep. That was one area that was lacking from his game in 2019. But that’s expected from a quarterback that can’t get through his progressions. All of these things will change when the season arrives. And it indicates Mayfield could recapture his top form.

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