Will Nick Bosa deal break the impasse between Chris Jones, Chiefs?
With the 49ers making defensive finish Nick Bosa the highest paid defensive participant in soccer on Wednesday, will that settlement break the impasse between the Chiefs and defensive sort out Chris Jones?
It will probably’t harm.
With Bosa at $34 million per 12 months in new cash and $31.4 million in common worth at signing, Rams defensive sort out Aaron Donald’s $31.67 million-per-year deal is now not an aberration or an outlier. Two defensive gamers have crossed the $30 million annual threshold.
Jones is on the lookout for $28 million per 12 months over three years, from signing. Donald is getting $31.67 million per 12 months over three years, from signing. Bosa is getting $31.4 million per 12 months over six years, from signing.
Whereas Jones, we’re advised, gained’t be growing his request given the Bosa deal, the Bosa deal makes it simpler for the Chiefs to justify blinking.
It’s seemingly too late for it to matter for tomorrow evening. The query turns into whether or not they can get him in the constructing and on top of things earlier than the Week 2 journey to Jacksonville.