The NFL is facing an existential crisis.
The league is being sold off and its players are being stripped of the ability to make a living.
The problem is, there’s a new breed of star players who are willing to take a shot at the big leagues in a league that is not going anywhere.
A new breed The most famous of the new breed is quarterback Jameis Winston, who has been compared to Aaron Rodgers in his ability to run, catch and throw the football.
He is one of the most decorated quarterbacks in the league, and he is coming off a big season.
He’s a former Heisman Trophy winner, a winner of a Super Bowl and the Super Bowl MVP.
He signed a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team he joined before the season started.
He started for the Buccaneers for the first two games, but it was a disappointing performance in a loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Winston was sacked 17 times, threw four interceptions and fumbled seven times in the first half.
He had a bad day on Thursday night, throwing a touchdown pass to receiver Mike Evans and having two interceptions returned for touchdowns.
Winston is entering his fifth season and is entering the final year of his rookie contract.
He earned $19.5 million this season, with a $9.5-million salary cap hit.
He was also a first-round draft pick out of Clemson in the 2016 NFL draft.
The Tampa Bay Bucs are also a big seller with Winston, but they’re not in a position to compete with the salary cap for his services.
Winston’s contract with the Bucs runs through the end of 2019, and it is not guaranteed until 2021.
The team can release Winston, pay him the full amount or cut him.
Winston signed with the Buccaneers in February, and that team is owned by the Tampa owner.
Winston had four touchdown passes in his first two starts for the Bucs, but he threw two interceptions in their loss to Tennessee on Thursday.
It was a disastrous performance by Winston, and the Bucs were forced to make an adjustment to the offense.
The Titans, who are in the middle of a rebuild and are a wildcard playoff team, sacked Winston twice and gave up seven touchdowns in the game.
The Tampa Bay offense is a mess, and they lost in Tennessee, a team they won 14-3 in Week 3.
Winston has the best chance to make money in the NFL if he stays with the team that drafted him.
The Bucs have made several deals with free agents in the last few years.
It’s not a new trend in the industry.
Last season, the Denver Broncos released receiver Demaryius Thomas and drafted wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the third round.
Denver has made multiple deals with quarterbacks since the 2015 season.
In 2015, the Broncos signed Peyton Manning, who had two years remaining on his contract.
Manning signed a five-year, $120 million contract with $67 million guaranteed.
Manning made $13.9 million in 2015 and $14 million in 2016.
The Broncos had $45.3 million in cap space in 2017.
The next year, they signed Josh McCown to a five year, $85 million deal.
McCown was a first round draft pick in 2012.
The Denver Broncos signed quarterback Brock Osweiler to a three-year contract that included a $17.5m signing bonus.
Osweilers contract was one of several deals that resulted in the Broncos releasing Osweile.
Oswiler, who went 4-8 as the starter for the Texans last season, has a $18.3m salary in 2017 and is due $8.8m in 2018.
He will earn $10.4m in 2019 and $13m in 2020.
He has a guaranteed $30.7m in 2017, $30m in 2022 and $37.3 m in 2023.
The Texans have a cap space problem.
They can’t cut quarterbacks and receivers.
Oswayiler has $16.5 m in cap room, but the Texans can’t release him because of the salary-cap situation.
Oswaile’s deal is similar to Winston’s, which runs through 2020.
The Raiders have also had some deals with players, including wide receiver Amari Cooper.
Cooper was a third round pick in 2016, and has a contract that runs through 2019.
Cooper is a free agent in 2021 and he could sign with another team.
Cooper has a deal that runs out in 2022, and his deal is one that has a player option for 2021.
Cooper signed a two-year deal with $18 million guaranteed, with an option for a third year.
Cooper could be a free-agent target if he does not get the deal he wanted.
Cooper might be looking for a payday similar to what the Denver quarterback is making.
Cooper, a third-round pick, signed a contract worth $12.25 million with $5 million guaranteed in