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Cardinals rookie using his NFL money to pay off his sister’s student loans
As the 134th overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft, Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds got a $452,359 signing bonus. He already knows what he’ll do with $80,000 of that: Pay off his sister’s Authentic Hau’oli Kikaha Jersey student loans.
Edmonds hatched a plan when he was 10 years old for how he was going to help out his family: First by getting a football scholarship, then by paying off his older sister Morgan’s schooling when he got his NFL contract. I love my big sister.
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Turner was scoffed at earlier this spring when he suggested that Newton could push his completion percentage into the high 60s.
Scott Turner, the Panthers’ new quarterbacks coach, said part of the team’s plan is to get Newton to make quicker decisions with the ball this year and not hold out for the big play.