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The Lounge>Congratulations on your retirement Brock Osweiler!
Deberg_1990 04:00 PM 10-16-2019
Legendary!


Brock Osweiler's career earnings: $41,396,679

Never started a full season.
15-15 career record
37 TD - 31 INT
Won a Super Bowl
Retired before 30.

Legend.

— Carrington Harrison (@cdotharrison) October 16, 2019

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Tombstone RJ 04:51 PM 10-16-2019
Welp, there's your NFL today, folks... and no, I'm not mad at Brock for cashing in and hopefully he's not a dummy with his money, good for him
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Detoxing 04:51 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Iíve thight about making my posts here premium for-pay content
Great idea. Make your posts invisible to those who don't pay for it. You know, to make it exclusive.
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saphojunkie 04:56 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
Great idea. Make your posts invisible to those who don't pay for it. You know, to make it exclusive.
Iíd pay to keep them invisible.
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PAChiefsGuy 05:41 PM 10-16-2019
Nothing wrong with making money. Good for him.
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displacedinMN 05:51 PM 10-16-2019
If you are smart- 41 mill can last a long time.
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Frazod 06:08 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by BlackHelicopters:
Took 0 talent and turned it into millions. Brilliant.
Matt fucking Cassel says hello. :-)
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PunkinDrublic 06:20 PM 10-16-2019
Elway has drafted a slew of failed QBs but you never forget the first.
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Bowser 07:07 PM 10-16-2019
Stop lurking and post in here, Knowmo.
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JohnnyHammersticks 07:43 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Iíve thight about making my posts here premium for-pay content
Pretty smart actually.

If you save the money you make from that and put it somewhere where it earns decent interest, in less than 10 years you could probably pay for a small bottled water. Free and clear.
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MahiMike 07:48 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by Frazod:
Matt ****ing Cassel says hello. :-)
Best me to it.
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Rain Man 07:50 PM 10-16-2019
Originally Posted by displacedinMN:
If you are smart- 41 mill can last a long time.
I don't think you even have to be that smart.

I like thinking about what they really have, though. If he earned $41.4 million, then the agent takes 3 percent off the top, so that puts him at $40.1 million

Lose 45 percent to taxes, and his take home is at about $22.1 million.

He was in the league for 7 years, and let's assume that he lived comfortably but conservatively at $500,000 per year. Let's also assume that he did the traditional $500,000 or so in family gifts as a first-round draft choice. So that takes him down to $19.1 million.

Assume that he was investing that money wisely but conservatively at a 6 percent return. Making a few assumptions, he's now packing up his boxes and catching an uber home with about $24.1 million in the bank.

At this point he does the conservative retirement move, and he takes out 4 percent of that amount every year.

He'll be making about $965,000 a year for the rest of his life.

Good for you, Brock. You won at life.
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Mile High Mania 06:29 AM 10-17-2019
And, who knows... he can sit back, do nothing and with the state of QBs around the league, some team can always give him a call if they're late in the season and in a bind. He'll always have this.


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KC_Lee 06:53 AM 10-17-2019
Nice work if you can get it.
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ptlyon 07:01 AM 10-17-2019
Well, he didn't win a SB...
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redhed 07:02 AM 10-17-2019
That's a great ROI for Brock, nice.
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