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L’Jarius Sneed’s jam heard ’round the NFL of Tyreek Hill didn’t escape the attention of Miami Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel. As the dust was still settling after the Dolphins’ 26-7 Wild Card round loss to the Chiefs in frozen Kansas City, McDaniel called out Hill during a team meeting. He cued up now-famous footage of Sneed pile-driving Hill to the ground before he could even begin his route on one of many failed Dolphins plays in that game.

What Miami Dolphins’ Mike McDaniel Said About Tyreek Hill

“Everybody see the play against the Chiefs that the [explicit] jammed me to the floor?” Hill said recently on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, “He called me out. He was like, ‘Reek, bro, you’re supposed to be [explicit] best player in the [explicit] league, and you got this guy putting hands all over you like that. We pay you all this money, for what?'”

Kudos to McDaniel for speaking an uncomfortable truth. Hill, aside from his 53-yard touchdown catch, was invisible against his old team on that frozen January evening.

 

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One of the most notable contracts recently is that of Jared Goff, who has just become the Detroit Lions’ highest-paid player in history. Adam Schefter reports that Goff agreed to a four-year extension worth $212 million, with $170 million guaranteed, translating to an annual income of $53 million. 

Despite the rising salaries around him, Allen has been known for his discretion and preference for handling contract discussions privately. Yet, with the quarterback market exploding, there’s little doubt that private discussions might be ongoing regarding a deserved pay increase.

 

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The Buffalo Bills and veteran wide receiver Marquez Valdez-Scantling have reportedly agreed on a one-year contract to bring the two-time Super Bowl winner to the AFC East, according to multiple reports.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the deal could be worth up to $4.5 million and comes with a $1.123 million signing bonus.

 

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The NFL has not been shy in its pursuit of making its games as widely available as possible. On Wednesday, the league took another step toward its goal by striking a three-year deal with streaming giant Netflix.

The NFL's 2024 Christmas Day doubleheader will be available exclusively to Netflix subscribers at no extra cost. The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the reigning two-time Kansas City Chiefs in one of the two holiday games, according to Bleacher Report.

The Christmas Day matchups will be officially announced when the NFL releases its full schedule on Wednesday evening.

 

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It's getting a bit ridiculous, all the various places you have to go to watch a damned football game. But to subscribe to Netflix for it? Goodell can stick that in his ass. 

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This is pretty awesome:

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In case you're wondering, the second one is on his other wrist. 

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