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While college players are mulling over unionizing to get money to for meals, management keeps making it rain. University of Kentucky coach John Calipari has signed a seven-year extension worth $52 million, making second to only Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski among NCAA basketball coaches. Calipari took to Twitter to thank everyone (as well he should).
Don’t Like Miguel Cabrera’s 10-Year Deal? Here’s A List Of The 7 Best MLB Seasons Over The Age Of 37
Before you start screaming at the Tigers’ twitter account, read this article. Miguel Cabrera may not be worth $30 million when he’s 40-years-old — but he won’t be useless. Check out these monstrous seasons his fellow baseball greats had in their golden years.
Vernon Wells’ Crazy Contract Should Convince All Two-Sport College Athletes To Choose Baseball Over Football
Vernon Wells was once a two-sport athlete who chose baseball, and he’ll make $21 million this year even if he doesn’t pick up a bat. As much as we hate to say it, should young football players look to make the switch?
TMZ Notified Gilbert Arenas That Yahoo! Ranked His $111M Contract As The Worst Ever, But His Response Was PRICELESS
Elvis Dumervil Is Now A Free Agent Because The Denver Broncos Couldn’t File The Paperwork On His New Contract In Time
If you go to ESPN.com right now, you’ll see this story: Broncos’ defensive end Elvis Dumervil has restructured his contract to remain with the team. Too bad that didn’t actually happen.
The “Is Joe Flacco Elite?” question actually means something now, because the Super Bowl XLVII MVP needs a new contract. It seems safe to assume he’ll get a fat one. But how much will he get, and how much does he deserve after producing perhaps the greatest quarterback performance for a QB of all-time? An investigation, after the jump.
Carmelo Anthony was pressed on the topic of Jeremy Lin recently, and he told Newsday that he thought his contract was “ridiculous.” Melo was, of course, taken out of context, as he was referring to the structure of the contract, and not the total dollar amount. But, to no one’s surprise, Twitter exploded.