So Mister Baller, U Can Stay The Whole Week Then?

Well looks like the worst is happening…
I know these groupies must be having a moment of prayer.
Especially the pregnant ones.

Barefoot, pregnant, and about to be working at Wendys.

Foxes this may just be good times for us…

When NFL owners read the opposing defense, they see an obvious soft spot in the line: the free-spending, high-living ways of more than 20 percent of the league’s players.

Though a lockout has been threatened for years — and despite an apparent rise in the number of football stars safeguarding their millions — roughly 380 of the NFL’s near 1,700 players still live paycheck to paycheck, according to financial experts familiar with the league.

“Therein lies the leverage these owners have to potentially use as an excuse to force the Players Association … to sneeze first,” said Reggie Wilkes, a 10-year NFL linebacker and now a financial adviser who preaches “lifestyle management” to more than 20 NFL clients. “If (union chief) DeMaurice Smith doesn’t have guys saving their money, it’s going to be difficult for them to withstand a potential lockout.”

Many players are “going to be hurting,” agreed New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott, 30, a Wilkes client. Scott, who stands to earn, or lose, $6 million next season, is frugal by NFL standards, driving his 2002 Lincoln Navigator “into the ground” and purchasing a $700,000 home — relatively modest by football star standards. Scott said some “young guys” in his locker room “see what the older guys have, and they’re not there yet. They’re trying to catch up and keep up with the Joneses” by buying $2 million mansions.

There is a wide variation in NFL players’ salaries. The average player salary for the 2009-10 season using USA Today’s numbers is $1,870,998. But the number isn’t particularly meaningful since superstars can earn far more and second- or third-stringers far less. The league rookie minimum salary is $320,000.

Barring a late agreement between the union and owners, players could be locked out of NFL facilities as soon as Friday.

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Well on lighter news, looks like half of them will be free to fuck all week.
But…. you may end up coming out of pocket for them to visit, eat, and get gas money.

Um, aren’t you suppose to be the trillionare?

All this free time
means more working out and bodies getting super hulk-like.

I’m getting hungry already.

And why are they having these potentials at the Combine if they won’t be playing next year. Can someone explain to me?

Author: jamari fox

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6 thoughts on “So Mister Baller, U Can Stay The Whole Week Then?”

  1. You know why they have them at the Combine. They want to see perfection personified up close just like the rest of us.

  2. IMO, These are the same types of men who watched oiled up male slaves (‘bucks’ i think they called them) because they lived for their amazing bodies and skin. So even if they aren’t playing next year… they still wanted to get their fix. And the rookie minimum salary is 320k? Over how many years? There is most definitely an income disparity in the league because, well, some player are worth more and bring in revenue.

  3. UrSoVain :
    IMO, These are the same types of men who watched oiled up male slaves (‘bucks’ i think they called them) because they lived for their amazing bodies and skin. So even if they aren’t playing next year… they still wanted to get their fix. p>

    True.

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