Over the last two decades, Alex Rodriguez has probably made enough money to start his own team. A-Rod signed the first of his $200 million contracts in 2000 as a member of the Texas Rangers. Apparently dissatisfied with the biggest deal in sports history, A-Rod opted out in 2004 and signed a new contract worth an estimated $275 million. With a resume that boasts nearly 650 home runs and three MVP awards, it’s understandable that Alex can write his own ticket. Still, the Yankees might as well have made him an owner.
The football world hasn’t seen this much hype around a pair of rookie quarterbacks since Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf broke into the league in 1998. The first-year phenoms will each take control of a struggling offense and attempt to establish both themselves and their teams as legitimate NFL commodities.
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