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UDFA signings confirmed
Duke LB Joe Giles-Harris
UCF WR Michael Colubiale
Alabama CB Saivion Smith
Appalachian State DB Tae Hayes
Boston College WR Michael Walker
Marshall WR Tyre Brady
Washington DL Shane Bowman
Ole Miss S Zedrick Woods
UCF WR Dredrick Snelson Jr.
Minnesota OL Donnell Greene
Kentucky OL Bunchy Stallings
Boston College LB Connor Strachan
Boston College WR Jeff Smith
North Texas DT Roderick Young
Oklahoma TE Carson Meier
Michigan CB Brandon Watson
One of six children, Allen grew up under-privileged in Montclair, New Jersey and once got sent home from school for hygiene issues as Allen didn’t have hot water leftover being the youngest of his siblings to take regular showers. Allen would also come home crying after being bullied for having a speech impediment and had to work hard to overcome a stuttering problem in his youth to get to where he is today.
Allen was actually a first-team all-state wide receiver in Alabama and continued to play wide receiver as a senior
In his first year learning how to play defensive end as a high school senior, Allen led the entire state of New Jersey in sacks while also having 23 catches for 500 yards and 5 TDs, including an 80-yard touchdown catch.
Do you think Telvin Smith realizes that the $4 million signing bonus he was paid is refundable to the Jaguars, so he will owe back about $2.4 million. Also since he converted the 2018 $8 million roster bonus to a signing bonus he has only earned 25% of that, as it covers another three years – so he’ll owe back an additional $6 million. I am betting that he has no idea that the Jags can and will financially come after him to the tune of $8.4 million!!! I see an un-retirement or return to the club/field in his short term future.
With Smith’s “semi-retirement”, the team is likely to not owe him the $9.75 million he was due in salary for ‘19 and are likely to receive some cap relief. He will still be owed a portion of his guaranteed money, though it is unclear at this time if the team will be proactive in attempting to recoup those funds as well.
Former Buccaneers' DT Gerald McCoy wants to sign with a playoff contender, and of course make money. But he wants to win. Spots that would make sense include the Browns, the Patriots, the Chargers, the Jaguars, and the Cowboys amongst others.
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