2 Reasons Josh Jones Hired Drew Rosenhaus: INFOGRAPHIC

Posted by  Brady Augustine   in  ,      3 months ago     19 Views     1 Comment  

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When Josh Jones hired Drew Rosenhaus, it raised some eyebrows. Most players make such changes after they have played in the NFL…not just after they got drafted. Why would Jones make this move, especially when the rookie salary is so determinate. The question could further be asked…why have an agent at all if the rookie contracts are set by the salary cap and a rookie pool. Well, we have taken a brilliant graphic from the actual 2015 rookie salaries and done a little scribbling…now that Kevin King’s contract details have come out, the difference between the beginning of the second round and the end is easily seen (in this graphic) as a precipitous dropoff. We scribbled on the graphic to show the two reasons that Josh Jones wanted Drew Rosenhaus to represent him even for his rookie contract. 

With the backdrop of the 2015 rookie salaries, Kevin King’s numbers appear about right (it’s 2017 after all). Those numbers are roughed in with the red lines (S.B.= signing bonus, G=guaranteed). But take a look at where the numbers are between King (pick one of round two) and Jones at the end of round two…pretty striking, right? 

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Not only is there a big difference in the overall numbers, there is a huge dropoff in the amount of signing bonus and guaranteed money. This is the heart of the matter and the reason that Josh Jones decided to bring Drew Rosenhaus on board. While the totals are not fluid, that red and blue bar can be moved around and that makes getting the toughest negotiator on your side right out of the gate is good policy. Of course, the big deal for Jones will be down the road and if Jones performs he will make his real money there. But there is no guarantee that Jones even makes it that far. So Jones has done the smart thing. He wants to trade out some of that green, “non-guaranteed” money for a little more of the red and blue, and those are two good reasons for the move he made.

Let us know your thoughts back on the Facebook fanpage or in the comments section below and we will watch as these rookies continue to come on board with their new contracts. Congrats to them all!

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Brady Augustine is co-owner and content creator for www.greenbaypackernation.com. He currently resides in Tennessee and also conspires with brother, JR on www.cheesnewswire.com

1 Comment

  1.   July 13, 2017, 2:28 pm

    Good read Brady, my opinion on the subject is Ty Montgomery will be a nightmare for teams trying to plan for him, If you look at the tangibles between him and the best to play for the Packers of late, Ahman Green aka Batman, they both have the same body type with two differences, One Monty is a tad faster and two he is a better threat in the passing game. Now it’s only my opinion but I think before his career is over he will be known as one of the best RB’s in the NFL, he is a smart young man who like most Stanford players are considered book/film worms, meaning they dive into the playbook and everything else available to become the best at what they do, with a full off season and training camp under his belt he could be a surprise to everyone right out of the gate.

    Jamaal Williams reminds me of Starks with his running style, he like contact like Lacy which can be good or bad depending on how you look at it, he does take risks which can lead to injuries which he is know to get, hence the reason he wasn’t drafted earlier but as a alternate back he could make the team as the #3 back.

    I said #3 because I believe Devante Mays will take over the #2 spot before camp and preseason is over, going back to similarities he is built like Lacy with out the fat and he is faster so between him and Ty I believe the Packers run game will be a nightmare for offensive coordinators this season.

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