In the past two years, the 30-year-old started 17 games and has a 71.8 completion percentage. Critics will say his dink-and-dunk passing inflates those numbers, but he unleashed some range on his throws with the Minnesota Vikings.
Unfortunately, a knee injury limited Bradford to two games last year. Head coach Mike Zimmer described the quarterback’s knee as “degenerative.”
McDonald offers experience as a veteran at safety, but it’s hard to justify cutting back on Bobby McCain’s snaps in the slot with his progression over the past year.
In 2017, the Dolphins extended McDonald’s contract four years, but the front office had no idea Fitzpatrick would fall to them at No. 11 in the draft.
College Football’s 2017 Defensive Player of the Year will show enough to replace McDonald, who’s only played eight games in Miami.
Schneider, and his wife, Jill, bought their current home in 2015 for just over $2.8 million. The house is currently on the market for $2.875 million.
According to property records , Schneider’s current home was last assessed at $2.98 million. Property taxes for the home were $47,560 in 2017.
Schneider and his family typically spend their summers in his native Massachusetts. They have two children.
The goalie still has four years left on the seven-year, $42 million contract he signed with the Devils during July of 2014. The deal pays him $6 million annually through the 2021-22 season and includes a no-trade clause.
Through his five seasons with the Devils, Schneider has a 106-114-44 record with a 2.41 GAA and a .917 save percentage.