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«They didn't know,» Cameron said. «I want to say wholesale jerseys I hope they didn't know the serious implications of these things. I feel like it was just starting, just on the brink of this coming to light and all the seriousness of these things. Now I feel like seven years later people know how serious this can be. Unfortunately it takes people dying to figure that out. That's the saddest thing in the world to me.»
Cameron credited his family for the support he received while playing and dealing with brain injuries, calling that support vital. He also said he regularly visited and talked with Dr. cheap jerseys china Michael «Micky» Collins at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sports Medicine Concussion Program. He feels good, he has no symptoms and he said he's in the best shape of his life.
«The main things they would say cheap jerseys from china is they're treatable,» Cameron said. «That what people don't realize.»
Cameron has no immediate plans for his future. He did well enough in the NFL that he can take time off and ponder the best path. He feeds his competitiveness by playing a lot of basketball near his home in Newbury Park, California. He might start coaching high school players or perhaps go back to school to become a teacher. He also knows that Tristan has approached him about playing football.
«Let's be cheap nfl jerseys real here,» he said. «Football is the greatest sport. I really believe that. It's the most difficult. You learn the most about yourself in football. It's a hard sport. You have to be very comfortable with being uncomfortable.
»All that being said, I really do not want him playing. If he's playing the right way and he's playing in pee wee and high school, that's fine. But I know what goes on and the hits you take. Everything past the high school level gets more serious, and it's not as much, cheap jerseys I would say, fun anymore after high school."
Takeaways from Day 2 cheap jerseys from china of NFL free agency…
1. Analytics win again: The Browns were spot-on on their assessment of the free agent market for receiver Terrelle Pryor. They offered him $8 million a year, per a source, with $17 million in guarantees. He turned it down. cheap jerseys The Browns wasted no time in giving the deal (four years, $32.5 million) to Rams free agent Kenny Britt. Pryor moved on to the Redskins and accepted a one-year “prove it” deal for $6 million, with another $2 million in incentives. That had to be a blow to Pryor’s pride. Some reports had him asking the Browns for upwards of $14 million a year. The Browns thought the gap was too wide to negotiate further and revisit a one-year deal. This isn’t the first time Pryor has been humbled, of course. His career as an NFL quarterback came to an end, forcing a transition to receiver, and then no team signed him after the Browns released him in 2015. Now, Pryor can pick himself up again in Washington and follow up his 1,000-yard receiving season and post bigger numbers with Kirk Cousins at the helm of Jay Gruden’s offense for the third consecutive season. With Pierre Garcon (49ers) and DeSean Jackson (Buccaneers) bolting the Redskins, Pryor looms as Cousins' No. 1 receiver and will divide targets with tight ends Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis. Pryor can then revisit free agency in 2018. As for the Browns, this played out similarly to their negotiation with tackle Mitchell Schwartz in 2016. They won the negotiation, and lost the player. Pryor was one of the hardest workers on the team last year, played with the most passion and was one of their few elite physical athletes. The Browns quibbled with Pryor over a few million dollars, yet had no problem bailing out the Houston Texans and paying $16 million for a second-round draft pick in 2018.
2. RG one and done: The Robert Griffin era in Cleveland started with the ground moving beneath the feet of Hue Jackson, cheap jerseys china so stated in the definitive NFL.com story of Griffin’s two-day workout with the Browns’ coach a year ago. It ended with a four-sentence statement from the Browns terminating Griffin’s contract with a year left. Griffin started the 2016 opener, broke a bone in his left shoulder when he collided with an Eagles defender running out of bounds, missed the next 11 games and started the final four, posting the team’s only victory in Game 15. Of the 26 Browns quarterbacks who started a game since 1999, Griffin joins a group of five with one career win for the Browns: Griffin, 1-4; Seneca Wallace, 1-6; Doug Pederson, 1-7; Jason Campbell, 1-7; and Josh McCown, 1-9.
3. Whither Brock Osweiler?: Griffin’s release leaves the Browns with a quarterback roster of Brock Osweiler, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan. Whether Osweiler even makes it to the beginning of the club’s offseason program next month is a question mark. After completing the salary-dump trade with Houston, the Browns told two national reporters that they hoped to trade Osweiler, if not release him. A trade may still be possible but it’s doubtful after those news leaks. Then, in the team’s confirmation of the trade, EVP Sashi Brown chose to de-emphasize Osweiler when he said, “We’re really excited to acquire a second-round draft choice in this trade.” He added at the end that he looked forward “to having Brock come in and compete.” Unless the Browns have another plan to acquire a veteran quarterback, bringing Osweiler to camp wouldn’t be the worst idea. Osweiler, who is 6-foot-7, 240 pounds, won five of seven starts subbing for Peyton Manning in Denver’s 2015 Super Bowl season. Afterwards, he spurned GM John Elway’s three-year, $45 million offer for a whopping $72 million deal over four years from the Texans. He bombed in Houston — winning 8 of 14 starts with a great defense and laying an egg in a playoff loss to New England and causing the Texans to trade a second-round pick wholesale jerseys to wipe his salary and cap number from their books. Since 1999, Cleveland has been the NFL city where quarterbacks go to die. But usually they get on the field, first.