Additional points: McCoy, Kamalu, Sanders


Lesean McCoy had the least productive year of his career last season, but will not hang up on his crampons. Even though it has been reported that the Chiefs will not bring him back, McCoy still plans to play in 2020, he confirmed in a recent interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio (Twitter link). McCoy said he was in talks with a few teams and wanted to go into a “winning franchise.” When asked by the hosts how long he wanted to continue, McCoy replied, “I really want to play two more years,” but then added that he would not put a cap on it.

Interestingly, McCoy said it was the amazing Frank Gore who gave him this last piece of advice. McCoy, who had just 465 rushing yards in 13 games with Kansas City, will turn 32 in July. His role fell in the final stretch and he was a healthy scratch for the Chief Bowl’s Super Bowl victory. Six-time professional bowling player, McCoy was recently named to the NFL All-Decade team in 2010 and had the highest number of yards of any player in the decade.

Here’s more from all over the league:

  • Defensive end Ufomba Kamalu was released by the Ravens two days ago, and now we know why. Kamalu has been arrested for domestic violence, according to a statement from Baltimore County officials. Police spoke to a woman who “suffered a visible injury” after an argument from Kamalu and issued her an arrest warrant. Miami’s undrafted free agent in 2016, Baltimore removed him from the Patriots’ training team in October. Kamalu will likely face a discipline from the league if his legal situation is resolved and another team is interested.
  • the Saints got their number two behind Michael Thomas when they signed with Emmanuel Sanders a few weeks ago, and we now have all the details on the deal. Sanders Secured $ 16 Million Pact Over Two Years, No Money Guaranteed Second Year, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network tweets. 2020 and 2021 have base values ​​of $ 8 million, and there are reception incentives of up to $ 1.5 million each year. They also added a third year that automatically cancels the allocation of the cap, so its number of caps for 2020 is only $ 4 million. The Saints are clearly preparing for a final Super Bowl game with Drew Brees, and they can end Sanders’ contract after this season if they wish. Sanders has remained productive in recent years, but turned 33 last month.


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