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founder of wide receiver training site, First Down Training, a stylistic change to the way the game is being played — brought to the fore by current San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan — has helped facilitate a change in the way teams value wide receivers. “The offenses have changed. Everybody’s moving to that air raid, throwing the ball 40, 50 times a game,” he told Sport. “So they need athletes out there to be able to have success because like in an air raid system, you’re trying to stretch the field. “You have four or five receivers on the field the entire time, so you’re going to be getting a lot of one-on-one match ups. That’s just how it’s going to go because you’re trying to stretch the field, so if you got guys who can win those match ups and you have those guys who can create separation… “And so I think that’s why you’re seeing such a push nowadays because everybody’s trying to find that guy who can, for the best value possible, they don’t have to drop $100 million and get Davante Adams, they can draft a guy who runs good routes and gets separation. And that’s why I think the offenses are evolving and I think that’s what people are constantly looking for: those receivers who can win and win in one-on-one match ups.” Adams catches a pass during the team’s first fully padded practice during training camp. Cash Money, money and more money — it’s been an offseason of spending on those whose job it is to catch the ball. Outside of Adams’ monster deal, top-level receivers have been on the move, getting paid as they go. After
Adams, the biggest and possibly most shocking move was Tyreek Hill swapping Kansas City for Miami’s South Beach, traded from the Chiefs to the Dolphins before signing a massive four-year extension worth $120 million with $72.2 million guaranteed — the new highest paid contract for anyone at the position group. In the following weeks, DeVante Parker left the Dolphins to go to the Patriots, Marquise Brown was traded from the Baltimore Ravens to the Arizona Cardinals and the Tennessee Titans traded A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles. The latter agreed to a four-year extension worth $100 million with $57 million guaranteed shortly after. Not only that, but other receivers were tied down with their own monster deals. After a Super Bowl-winning season, in which he won the receiving triple crown — leading the league in receptions, yards and touchdowns — Cooper Kupp signed a three-year extension worth up to $80 million with the Rams. Stefon Diggs agreed to a four-year, $96 million contract extension with the Buffalo Bills, Terry McLaurin signed a three-year extension worth up to $70 million with the Washington Commanders and D.J. Moore signed a three-year extension worth $61.9M with the Carolina Panthers. Stefon Diggs makes a catch during Bills training camp. Caraway says the swathe of high-paying contracts this summer comes in part down to agents sensing
a change in the environment. “If they want that solid receiver one, they got to pay for it,” he said. “And I think that the guys who negotiate the contracts, the agent and all that stuff, they probably know that and they probably come at the organization with that kind of like: ‘OK, listen, if you want this caliber of a player on the team, you’ve seen what he’s been able to do for other teams’ — like Davante Adams in Green Bay. “That was their guy. That’s like the best receiver in the league, everything he does looks so easy, it almost seems like he’s head and shoulders above the other receivers on the team. So going into that contract negotiation, they’re like: ‘Hey, listen, if you want this type of player on your team, what he can do for your team, you got to pay the man.'” And Drew Lieberman, founder of the Sideline Hustle and personal wide receiver coach to numerous NFL players, believes that an “NBA mindset” — with players happier to move teams more frequently in the search of a better fit — has creeped into NFL players’ psyche. “It used to be in the NFL that guys tried to stay on one team for as long as possible,” he told Sport. “And there are a few guys who decided that the No. 1 thing they wanted to
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Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
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- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
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- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
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