NFL: Julio Jones Signs 5 Year/$71 Million Dollar Extension, Making Him Highest Paid Receiver In The League

The Atlanta Falcons didn’t want to take any chances with their franchise receiver in free agency so they made him the highest paid wide receiver in the NFL. Julio Jones signed a five year extension, worth slightly more than $71 million dollars. He was scheduled to be a free agent after the season but apparently the love between both sides is strong in the ATL.

NBA: Dwyane Wade Agrees To Stay With Miami Heat, Signs One Year/$20 Million Dollar Deal

Heat fans can rest easy. Your franchise player is keeping his talents in South Beach for at least one more season.

NFL: Cam Newton Signs 5-Year, $103.8 Million Contract Extension With Panthers

Cam Newton signed a five-year, $103.8 million extension which earns him $67.6 million in the first three years.

NBA: Report, Dwyane Wade Is Very Serious About Leaving Miami This Summer If New Deal Isn’t Reached

Dwyane Wade opted out last year, to give the Heat some room to pursue upgrades to the roster in part to lure LeBron James back. That didn’t happen, and Wade re-signed for two years, $31 million, giving the Heat some cap room but also giving him an option for next year. Everything seemed fine going into this summer and next year but hold up, there is a big problem now and that problem is money and Wade is set to walk away from South Beach if he doesn’t get what he wants.

NFL: Seahawks Fans Setup GoFundMe to Help Pay For Russell Wilson’s New Contract

GoFundMe was a great and simple way for people to raise money for worthy causes like cancer treatments and homelessness but now it’s taken a turn for the worst.  People started raising money for crazy stuff like financing Vegas trips and other ludicrous, unnecessary things.  The latest craze seems to be raising money for sports teams and players.  Recently, New England Patriots fans set up a GoFundMe to raise $1 million to pay the fine from the DeflateGate investigation.  Last time I checked they raised over $16,000!  Now their Super Bowl opponents are trying to use the service as well.

NFL: Report, Ndamukong Suh Agrees To HUGE New Contract With Miami Dolphins!

Ndamukong Suh is following in the steps of Lebron James and is taking his talents to South Beach, to join up with the Miami Dolphins. According to reports, Suh has agreed to a gigantic $114 million dollar contract with $60 million of that guaranteed. The Lions were in negotiations with Suh till the end, but just couldn’t match the Dolphins offer and the fact that Miami is a much nicer place to call home.

NFL: Marshawn Lynch Signs New Contract With Seahawks Which Includes Huge Raise

The Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch, signed a two-year extension Friday after meeting with Seahawks officials, including team owner Paul Allen. The extension keeps him under contract with Seattle through the 2017 season, but more importantly includes a massive raise for the 2015 season, when he will make $12 million, according to agent Doug Hendrickson. Lynch was scheduled to make $7 million for the 2015 season. Hendrickson said the deal includes an additional $24 million for the 2016 and 2017 seasons should Lynch, 28, continue his career into his 30s.

(Photo) NFL: Report, Marshawn Lynch Agrees To Stay With Seahawks

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Marshawn Lynch has agreed to stay in beast mode with the Seahawks and sign a new contract. There were reports Lynch was seriously considering retiring and he wasn’t really communicating with the team. After he did an interview in Turkey last week where he said he felt there possibly could have been a reason he didn’t get the ball to win the game in Super Bowl 49, it seemed the relationship may have been strained. This new report however appears to be good for Seahawks fans and keep them as a favorite for another trip to the big game. Check the gallery to see what Schefter said.

Boxing: More Fights? Floyd Mayweather Already Thinking Of Extending Contract With Showtime

There have been alot of rumors surrounding the possible end of Floyd Mayweather’s career when his current deal with Showtime expires. He has two fights left out of a six fight deal that has seen him continue to dominate while stacking some serious money. Is he going to retire after this deal? Is he going to pursue other interests? For the first time it seems like Floyd may be thinking he still wants to fight, and in turn make a ton of more money. Hit the jump.

NBA: Report, Lebron’s Teammates Believe He Is Staying In Miami

The biggest deal of free agency this upcoming summer in the NBA is not Carmelo Anthony even though the media in New York will have you think that. It is Lebron James and he has been very quiet on the matter. He can opt out of his contract this summer, along with Chris Bosh & Dwyane Wade, but the focus of course is on Bron. Fans around the league have their own opinions about what he might do, including for some reason that he will return to Cleveland, but his teammates seem to think otherwise.

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