Details of newly signed Saints DL Mario Edwards' 2-year deal

Mario Edwards, who signed with the Saints on Friday. Edwards played last season with the New York Giants after playing his first three seasons in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders. He signed a 2-year deal with the Saints. It includes a $950,000 signing bonus, which is the only guarantee. Here is the breakdown on the rest of his contract. 2019 $935, 000 (base salary) $50,000 workout Up to $816,00 in sacks incentives 2020 $2.259M (base salary) $50,000 workout $250,000 roster bonus (due on fifth day of 2020 league year)

Group Of NFL Agents Urged To Stay Solid And United After Reading NFLPA Memo

There are two sides to every story. That is apparently true with regard to a meeting held between roughly sixty National Football League players and six certified Contract Advisors a couple of weeks ago in Key Biscayne, Florida. As I reported on March 16, the NFL Players Association had followed up the meeting attended by certified agents Peter Schaffer, Christina Phillips, Jayson Chayut, Steve Caric, Pat Dye Jr., and Adisa Bakari with a memorandum calling the session one that “was clearly not as productive as it could have been” and stated that “the agents came into the session grossly underestimating our players’ understanding of complex CBA/negotiating issues.” The NFLPA memorandum went o

Saints sign Gautier native Mario Edwards Jr.

GAUTIER, MS (WLOX) - The son of a former Pascagoula standout is coming back to the Gulf South to play professional football. The New Orleans Saints announced Friday (March 15) they have agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent DE Mario Edwards Jr. on a two-year contract. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not released, but ProFootballTalk places the deal at two years, $5 million with up to $1.5 million in performance bonuses for sacks. If the name sounds familiar to Coast football fans, it should. Edwards was born in Gautier, and is the namesake of former Pascagoula standout Mario Edwards Sr. After a stellar career with the Panthers, the elder Edwards played collegiately at Florida

Massive Group Of NFL Agents Discuss Unifying, Because ‘Nobody’s Making Money’

Hundreds of NFL Players Association certified Contract Advisors come from all areas of the United States to Indianapolis on an annual basis for the NFL Combine. They are in town primarily to support their clients, communicate with NFL personnel and attend an NFLPA meeting to satisfy their certification requirements under the union’s regulations. But this year included another event that is not typical for agents to attend. They came together in a convention center room, not large enough to host everyone who wanted to join, to discuss how they, typically competing against each other with vigor, could possibly band together to lobby the NFLPA in changing the way that they are regulated. They t

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