Zay Jones is with family and is going to be fine, the Buffalo Bills receiver’s father said Wednesday, two days after his son was arrested following a naked, bloody argument with his brother.
Robert Jones posted a note on his Twitter account saying Jones is with me and his mom, while adding he’s going to be fine!
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The Bills, on Tuesday night, said in a statement they were aware of an incident involving Jones and Shaquille O’Neal Jersey were still gathering additional information.
It remains to be seen if this video has any bearing on the financial investment the Giants will make in the 25-year old Beckham, who is coming off surgery to repair a fractured left ankle and is looking to become the highest-paid receiver in NFL history. Mike Evans signed a five-year extension Friday worth $82.5 million, an average of $16.5 million per year, with the Buccaneers. Antonio Brown of the Steelers last year signed a four-year, $68 million deal, an average of $17 million per year. Figure Beckham wants to exceed those contracts.
Given his eventful, turbulent four years in the NFL, filled with record-breaking production and what at times were bizarre controversies, this video is another reminder of what Beckham brings to the table off the field.
Jermaine Gresham Kids Jersey Vincent said the competition committee will propose that the league eliminate the going to the ground rule, which NFL Network reported as a possibility last month. Also to be proposed for elimination will be the rule that slight movement of the ball in a receiver’s hands should negate a catch.
We worked backward, Vincent said. We looked at plays and said: Do you want that to be a catch? And then we applied that to the rule.
Slight movement of the ball, it looks like we’ll reverse that. Going to the ground, it looks like that’s going to be eliminated. And we’ll go back to the old replay standard of reverse the call on the field only when it’s indisputable.
According to the Washington Post, the proposed rule changes could be finalized soon and will be presented to team owners at the annual owners meetings next week in Orlando, Fla. Giants owner John Mara, a member of the competition committee, told ESPN last month he thinks the group is unanimous that the catch rule needs to be changed.