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Colts make LS Luke Rhodes highest paid LS in the NFL

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Rhodes signed with the Colts in 2016 (as a LB) after spending training camp with the Buccaneers. 

In 2017 the Colts asked him to help with LS duties (he had done snapping in HS) and won the job. 

Rhodes signed his exclusive rights contract in March (1 year/$720,000)

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Long snapper would be awesome to play. Get paid handsomely to toss a few balls under your butt and hold your ground. Ez money.

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Just now, dtait93 said:

Long snapper would be awesome to play. Get paid handsomely to toss a few balls under your butt and hold your ground. Ez money.

I'd rather be Chase Daniel

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Just now, Forge said:

I'd rather be Chase Daniel

Nah cuz you actually gotta study the playbook. I’m chillin as an LS

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5 hours ago, Kiwibrown said:

How can they build a championship team by over paying he long snapper? smh

They have like, two billion dollars in cap space. If you're throwing out money, it's...

...yeah, I can't even fake this as some ground breaking signing.

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2 minutes ago, ET80 said:

...yeah, I can't even fake this as some ground breaking signing.

To be fair, he's a former LB so basically it's like having an actual extra defender that knows how to hit and tackle during punts. Two players in one and all that. 

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3 minutes ago, FinSting said:

To be fair, he's a former LB so basically it's like having an actual extra defender that knows how to hit and tackle during punts. Two players in one and all that. 

He had four tackles last season, so it's not like he's racking up the tackles...

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