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Raiders quarterback Derek Carr‘s new deal raised the bar for quarterbacks earlier this offseason, the extension that Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford signed on Monday did it again and there will be other deals for other quarterbacks at some point in the future that pushes the price tag even higher.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is likely to be one of those quarterbacks, but the new deal for Stafford hasn’t changed his tone regarding the timing of such a deal. Rodgers is currently signed through 2019 on a deal that looks a lot less impressive than it did then, especially when taking into account what Rodgers has done in the NFL compared to players like Carr and Stafford. While that might lead some to think that he’d have greater desire for a new deal, that wasn’t the message Rodgers sent on Tuesday.

“How it affects me? I think we’re a couple of years away,” Rodgers said, via Alex Marvez of Sporting News. “I know how this team operates. They take care of the guys who are their core guys. I think I’m one of those guys. … You negotiate based on what you’ve done, what other people have done. I don’t handle that. My agent handles that. I don’t worry about that stuff. If it’s meant to happen here, it’s going to happen here. I think it is and I want it to. But again, that stuff takes care of itself. You play well enough, you get another contract.”

The jump in the cap in recent seasons has been a major driver in the rise in quarterback salaries. Rodgers figures to cash in on that at some point soon, but he hasn’t made a stink about speeding up the timeline in the past and it doesn’t look like Stafford’s deal is going to change that approach.

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Jacksonville Jaguars fans will have to wait at least another week to catch Leonard Fournette in game action again.

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone announced Monday that the fourth-overall pick will be among the player who won’t suit up for Thursday’s preseason contest against the Carolina Panthers. Fournette sat out last week’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because of a foot injury.
Marrone may be taking the safe route with his budding star of a rookie running back. Fournette told reporters last week he could have played against the Bucs if it were necessary and said he was confident he’d be ready to roll by the Jags’ Sept. 10 season opener against the Houston Texans.

Fournette isn’t the only player who’ll be sidelined for the Jaguars this week. Marrone also ruled out running back T.J. Yeldon (hamstring), wide receiver Marqise Lee (leg) and tight end Mychal Rivera (wrist) and cornerback A.J. Bouye (undisclosed) also won’t play against the Panthers.

Here are some other injuries we’ve been tracking on Monday:

1. Cleveland Browns teammates Isaiah Crowell and Nate Orchard did not play against the New York Giants as they continue to deal with groin injuries suffered in Thursday’s practice.

Linebacker Tank Carder suffered a knee injury and did not return.

2. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown (quad) returned to practice.

3. Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph (knee) said veteran running back Jamaal Charles will play against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday.

4. Tight end Eric Ebron remains out for the Detroit Lions as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury.

5. Giants wideout Odell Beckham, Jr. jogged to the locker room after taking a low hit during the second quarter of Monday night’s game against the Browns and did not return. The team said he suffered a sprained ankle.

Wideout Brandon Marshall is getting x-rays on his shoulder.

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OK, I’ve tracked down my favorite stupid beef of the preseason. It’s AJ McCarron v. Cardale Jones. The subject? Casual dining, baby.

As you may be aware, McCarron just opened Ajian, a build-your-own-sushi restaurant on the campus of his alma mater, Alabama. Ajian is an absurd name — we’re all aware of this — but that’s not what got on Cardale’s radar.

For Jones, the Chargers’ new backup quarterback, the sin lies in a dearth of originality in McCarron’s business portfolio. During his glory days at The Ohio State University, Jones became familiar with Fusian, a sushi restaurant with several locations in the state. And that’s where we begin …

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Does anyone else find it funny that Jones knows exactly when Fusian debuted in Ohio? Indeed, the first Fusian opened its doors in 2010 — seven years ago. Also funny: McCarron responded to Jones’ criticism today at Bengals camp.

“To Cardale, I guess, that’s how things [work],” McCarron said, per ESPN.com. “Somebody comes up with something and then that’s how it spreads throughout. I’m pretty sure that’s how fast food works. McDonald’s was probably the first one and people came up with other ways to do it.”

Who’s side you on here? AJ or Cardale? Alabama or Ohio State? Ajian or Fusian? Both serve good, stupid beef.

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Rams defensive end Dominique Easley might have sustained a knockout blow to his playing career.

Having already suffered a pair of torn ACL injuries in college, Easley made it through 16 games (no starts) with the Rams in 2016, logging 3.5 sacks, 24 solo tackles and a pair of forced fumbles. It was by far his best year in the NFL after two seasons with the New England Patriots.
But his luck was short lived. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Easley is done for the season with yet another torn ACL — his third.

Easley was a surprise first-round pick by the Bill Belichick in 2014 and perhaps an even more surprising cut in early 2016, though his career appeared to find a new direction in Los Angeles.

The list of players who have recovered from three different ACL surgeries is short. Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is the best known example, while former Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas also made it back on the field after a third surgery.

Both of their comeback stories could potentially buoy Easley as he begins the long slog through rehabilitation, though the odds are not in his favor. This is unfortunate given how electric the pass rusher was on tape throughout his stellar collegiate career at Florida.