Tigers in the NFL....

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  1. Tygrr

    Tygrr Win the West

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    I thought it would be fun to take a look at how some former tigers are doing in the NFL (financially).....

    Rohan Davey
    -2003......$ 304,200
    -2002......$ 555,000

    Kevin Faulk
    -2003......$ 714,700
    -2002......$ 592,700
    -2001......$ 687,200
    -2000......$ 578,800

    Rondell Mealey
    -2001.....$ 223,675
    -2000.....$ 117,700

    LaBrandon Toefield
    -2003......$ 477,000

    Domanick Davis
    -2003......$ 559,000

    Josh Reed
    -2003......$ 368,150
    -2002......$ 1,891,000

    Jarvis Green
    -2003......$ 304,700
    -2002......$ 470,000

    Brady James
    -2003......$ 640,000

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  2. philter

    philter Freshman

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    DD is massively undervalued. I wonder when his contract expires? It's a testament to his character that he didn't hold out for more money after last year.
     
  3. MikeD

    MikeD Sports Genius

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    If Domanick Davis stays healthy, he should be in line for a nice raise in a few years.
     
  4. Tygrr

    Tygrr Win the West

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    There's no doubt DD will get a huge pay raise after his performance this year. I think coming out of college his size hurt him in terms of where he was taken and how much he received, but now he has proven himself and the future looks very bright for him.
     
  5. NoLimitMD

    NoLimitMD Freshman

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    It's actually a testament to the rules negotiated by the NFL and the NFLPA. Guys can't hold out for more money during their first contract in the league.
     
  6. TheDrunkenTiger

    TheDrunkenTiger Freshman

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    Yes Domanic was entirely underrated, but his talent is catching on practically everywhere.


    I still say Josh Reed is and can be something special. Ive seen the man make way too many ridiculously great catches to believe he is washed up, as his QB, Drew Bledsoe very much so is.
     
  7. saltyone

    saltyone So Mote It Be

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    Did anyone see what Davey did this last year in Europe. It's time this guy got his own team. He has gotten better year after year. I think we will see alot more of him in the next couple of years.
     
  8. Tygrr

    Tygrr Win the West

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    Washed up???

    I've never heard mention of Reed being washed up. He's way too young to be washed up.
     
  9. Tygrr

    Tygrr Win the West

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    BTW, does anyone know the latest on Mealey?
     
  10. Houma Tiger

    Houma Tiger Freshman

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    Maybe Saban will grab Davey and Reed.
     

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