As the Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers continue to not make any obvious progress toward fixing a contract that desperately needs to be adjusted to reflect his status as the best quarterback in football (or, at very worst, second best 鈥?that should keep the Patriots fans from having a Saturday morning conniption), plenty of creative terms have been bandied about in order to protect him from further changes in the market.
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And that’s really the lesson for all quarterbacks to learn, as a result of the Rodgers deal from 2013. When committing for seven years, the market will at some point pass you by. So, you know, don’t commit for seven years.
The league’s basic explanation of the rule is, It is a foul if a player lowers his head to initiate and make contact with his helmet against an opponent.
Most significantly, the league says players will be ejected if a hit meets the following standards: The player lowers his helmet to establish a linear body posture prior to initiating and making contact with the helmet, the player delivering the blow had an unobstructed path to his opponent and the contact was clearly avoidable because the player delivering the blow had other options.
There’s still some David Andrews Jersey room for interpretation here 鈥?two different officials might look at the same hit and have different ideas about whether the player delivering the blow had other options 鈥?but there’s at least some more clarity now than there was previously.
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