After watching the action unfold in National Football League free agency on Thursday, it's going to be tough not to get excited over the chain of events with this franchise.
Houston chose not to use the franchise tag on Bouye on the heels of the 25-year-old's breakout showing, and now will have to face him twice a year in AFC South battles.
There's a fascinating and ironic scenario playing out in Jacksonville, where Tom Coughlin is rebuilding the Jaguars defense through free agency, a year after he was denied the chance to do so as the Giants head coach.
I'm sure four years and $60 million also helped sweeten the deal a bit as well. Not as a team rehashing the issues from the Gus Bradley era. It is possible they add more depth at tight end.
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The organization said fiscal policy should be used to boost demand, especially if coupled with structural reform. Prospects will depend on the extent to which labour-market duality is reduced and wage growth picks up.
For Bouye, this is his first big-money deal.
When the NFL's legal tampering window opened Tuesday, teams were free to begin negotiating with free agents-to-be from other organizations, which includes players like defensive lineman Calais Campbell and safety Tony Jefferson.
The Jaguars have not made the playoffs since 2007 and have won just 11 total games since drafting quarterback Blake Bortles third overall in the 2014 NFL Draft.
According to ESPN's Chris Mortenson, Campbell could turn down an offer from the Jaguars worth more than $14 million per season, to take $13 million to play for his hometown Broncos. Barry Church is an upgrade from Cyprien and will add another veteran presence in the secondary.