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    Quote Originally Posted by Bison 4 Life View Post
    The shitty thing is he's playing no better or worse than Conklin who gets all the benefit of the doubt.
    Big runs when they run to his side of the field. Seems to get down field and make extra blocks too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gully View Post
    The lower paid NFL guys don't really make that much when you consider how long the average NFL career lasts.
    By NFL standards no but when you graduate with no college debt and earn a few hundred grand as a rookie on a practice squad, it's certainly a good start to life.

    Once you get an actual full season contract you are good though.. I mean Ben Ellefson made 560k last year and this year it will be more.

    As long as they live within their means. The NFL has done a better job of educating players on money after you saw NFL stars go broke in the past. Can't buy family members houses or buy 9 cars until you have fuck you money. That's more reserved for after you've completed your 2nd or 3rd NFL Contract and have actual fuck you money

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEsocalledfan View Post
    I'd be so pissed to be an NFL player in CA. I know Kyle Emmanuel used to unload on Cole J. about that.
    NFL players as well as all other professional sport folks pay income taxes in whatever state they play, not just the state of residence. Don't know about CA but typically there is credit in your state of residence for taxes paid elsewhere. FWIW, the total tax burden (income, property, and sales/excise taxes as a percentage of income) in Minnesota is ~0.5% higher than that of California. https://wallethub.com/edu/states-wit...x-burden/20494

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    Unfortunately, Ellefson has a drop and just gave up a sack. Conklin had a great catch. It is what it is.

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    Billy Turner was fantastic today. Completely erased Sam Hubbard all day long.

    Jabril Cox just made a huge goal line stop on Daniel Jones...although they said he's from LSU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
    Billy Turner was fantastic today. Completely erased Sam Hubbard all day long.

    Jabril Cox just made a huge goal line stop on Daniel Jones...although they said he's from LSU
    Bob Sturm Twitter quote: J.Cox just vindicated the entire J.Smith decision there. That play is not made unless it's Parson's or Cox

    .....high praise..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
    Billy Turner was fantastic today. Completely erased Sam Hubbard all day long.

    Jabril Cox just made a huge goal line stop on Daniel Jones...although they said he's from LSU
    Well, that's the team from which he entered the draft. No different than some kid that transfers from community college to a D1 program. No one talks about the earlier stop. Just the way it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaOkie View Post
    Well, that's the team from which he entered the draft. No different than some kid that transfers from community college to a D1 program. No one talks about the earlier stop. Just the way it is.
    Hope someday as a starter, MNF....Jabril says THE North Dakota State

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbark View Post
    Hope someday as a starter, MNF....Jabril says North Dakota STATE
    FIFY 10char

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaOkie View Post
    NFL players as well as all other professional sport folks pay income taxes in whatever state they play, not just the state of residence. Don't know about CA but typically there is credit in your state of residence for taxes paid elsewhere. FWIW, the total tax burden (income, property, and sales/excise taxes as a percentage of income) in Minnesota is ~0.5% higher than that of California. https://wallethub.com/edu/states-wit...x-burden/20494
    This is not a profession specific thing, you generally pay income tax where you work.
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