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, the Houston Texans announced they had extended the contract of inside linebacker Benardrick McKinney for an additional five years. The run game clubbing, quarterback devouring blitzer is a very good football player, so it makes total sense for him to stay in Houston even after his rookie deal is completed. What wasn’t announced were the contract details. How much will McKinney be paid this year? How much will he count against salary cap in 2018 and going forward? When could Houston cut him if things don’t go right? How will the signing bonus be spread out? This morning Womens Kareem Jackson Jersey
, the contract details were announced on Over The Cap.The majority of McKinney’s bonus will be paid to him in 2018 in conjuction with the final year of his cheap rookie contract. If things go south, Houston can save cap space if they cut B-Mac by 2020, although the amount saved won’t be enough for this to be really a possibility until 2021. McKinney’s cap number for 2018 is $7.7 million. As plainly as possible http://www.thetexanslockerroom.com/authentic-stephen-anderson-jersey
, this is a good deal for a good player. It’s going to be fun to watch him mash against Derrick Henry and Leonard Fournette for the next few seasons. The Houston Texans are getting embarrassed on their home field.The Indianapolis Colts have marched into Houston and are putting a beatdown on the Texans, whipping them 21-0 at the half. It could easily be even worse than that; the Colts appeared poised to march toward a touchdown until a J.J. Watt batted pass turned into an interception, and the Colts ended the half in field goal range as time expired.The Texans had just one good drive Womens Natrell Jamerson Jersey
, but that ended with Deshaun Watson throwing incomplete into the end zone on fourth-and-1.Houston will get the ball first in the second half. The Texans are going to need to look a whole lot better. A 21-point deficit isn’t easy to come back from: During the regular season teams leading by 21 or more points at halftime were 23-0, and in NFL postseason history, teams leading by 21 or more points at halftime are 49-2. The two comebacks were led by Frank Reich in 1993 and Andrew Luck in 2014.