Chuck Clark gets 3 year $19 million extension.

It's nice to see Hokies get paid in the NFL.

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i've seen differing values reported -- this is a bridge deal for him and there's a good chance he outplays it and justifies another bigger deal before it comes due.

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

Time to see how the Fuller brothers especially Kendall being a potential FA I think do.

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Kendall is up for a new contract. It will be interesting to see what happens. He had a bit of an underwhelming season with a couple nagging injuries this season, and finished his year with a very strong playoff run... playing as a deep safety by necessity with their secondary injuries. So it's hard to know what will happen with him.

Kyle has already locked up a bomb ass contract.

Yep meant more on the field name recognition pro bowl. We don't have a lot of Hokies in the league the ones we have we need to stand out.

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Nice to see a Hokie make it past his first contract in the league, hasn't happened too often lately

I just sit on my couch and b*tch. - HokieChemE2016

Not to muddy this thread up, as Clark certainly deserves his recognition, but I saw that Joey Slye recently signed a new contract with the Panthers.

Really? He missed a couple of important, makeable kicks this season, I'm a little surprised.

... And 4 XPs

Yeah, but he also hit a team record 8 FG's from 50+. I don't know how much of the contract is guaranteed, if any.

He missed a couple of important, makeable kicks this season ... And 4 XPs

Then I'm thrilled that he signed with the Panthers.

If you're not sure if my comment warrants a "/s", it probably does.

I think Chuck is a future Pro Bowler. The Ravens have had nothing but good things to say about Clark since they drafted him (6th Round, I believe) - what a steal that was! I knew he was an under the radar-type pick, but I think he's been a pleasant surprise to everyone. When Earl Thomas is calling you (Clark) the smartest player on the field, and you're healthy and fundamentally sound, you have a bright future, and the Ravens knew it would be in their best interest to lock him up early.

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Mr. Clark, Whit Babcock for you on line 1.

We put the K in Kwality

You'd like to think so. He could potentially pay for a couple recruiting staff positions.

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At one point the policy was to not solicit former players for donations.

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Why? That sounds really dumb. Doesn't every other school ask former players?

I know other schools have policies about soliciting players. You don't ask former players, but you accept the check when they give you one.

I thought I read that Miami was a player driven thing. When you get that NFL check you give some back, but the school never asked, it would be Ray Lewis at your door.

P.S. I doubt Ray Lewis goes door to door, but I'd anyone did it would be him.

If you have to ask, you're doing a bad job connecting with former players.

I have no idea why my username is VT_Warthog.

Arkansas blew a 24-0 lead in the Belk Bowl.

And you miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Based upon this board and others, I don't think we should be leaving any stone unturned.

I mean you're probably right but it doesn't look great when you ignore the 99 team then ask the one who just cashed a fat check for money.

I have no idea why my username is VT_Warthog.

Arkansas blew a 24-0 lead in the Belk Bowl.

100% agree that we royally fucked that up. With an actual fundraising department, we could do a lot. Sadly we don't have that.