With Danny Amendola set to make $7.7 million dollars in 2017 (Julian Edelman is supposed to make $5.7 million this upcoming season), it seemed inevitable that the New England Patriots were going to ask him to take a pay cut, and he is reportedly open to the idea. It hasn’t always been great since Amendola signed with the Patriots in 2013, who was supposed to be a replacement for Wes Welker. Amendola couldn’t stay healthy that season which thrust Edelman into the No. 1 receiver role. Despite struggling with different injuries during his time with the Patriots, Amendola has developed great chemistry with Tom Brady, and has come up huge in the postseason. During this season, Amendola missed four
There is nothing better in sports than an old former star riffing on an aging former superstar. Colin Montgomerie is a European Tour legend (No. 4 all time in wins), and he recently talked Tiger Woods (a lot of Tiger Woods) with Michael Bamberger of Golf.com. The topics were bountiful, and all of them were interesting. It is one thing for those of us in the media to wonder what might have been (and what was) with Woods. It is an entirely other thing for somebody from inside the ropes (really inside the ropes) to let it fly. You should go read the entire piece, but the part that stuck out most to me is that Montgomerie said Woods would have 20 or more majors if golf equipment had not changed.
Barcelona are in the last 16 of the Champions League, the final of the Copa Del Rey and they are just one point behind Real Madrid in the title race. On the surface, there does not seem to be a crisis. These facts, however, disguise the struggle that the Bluagrana have been facing in this campaign.