Tull is also a partial owner of the Steelers

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Tull is also a partial owner of the Steelers. Also, when Acrisure pays his Steelers, Tull is kind of paying himself. This doesn't appear suspicious in any way. It could be that this is normal and I'm just not understanding why. I'll accept that. In fairness I've bee

Tull is also a partial owner of the Madden 23 coins. Also, when Acrisure pays his Steelers, Tull is kind of paying himself. This doesn't appear suspicious in any way. It could be that this is normal and I'm just not understanding why. I'll accept that. In fairness I've been a bit confused about all this ever since I saw this quote from the website of Acrisure's about their benefits to clients.

"Acrisure improves the human brain's intelligence through AI-powered technology. Our AI-driven approach helps improve client outcomes and speeds decision-making in fields such as insurance, reinsurance, real estate service, cyber services and managing wealth and assets. This results in a better customer experience, faster decision-making and more tailored client solutions."

We'll surely learn more about Acrisure as time goes by and the company's in the spotlight more. Perhaps we don't? Perhaps we'll find out that their diversification strategies using AI-powered beta tests of fiduciary calculation for asset growth and retention analysis are bogus. I've fabricated each and every part of that sentence, but you think for a moment that it came directly from Acrisure I'm sure of it.

Ketchup was a lot more simple. The Washington Commanders who are great at almost nothing other than making headlines, launched"Commander 90. "Commander 90" this weekend to add 10 more players to their list of the most memorable of franchise history, to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the team.

If you thought that this would take place smoothly or be carried out with ease -- then you're just not getting it. what's happening with the Washington Commanders. The most notable omission that everyone was aware of was the obvious naivete by excluding Trent Williams, one of the most outstanding modern players of team history and the likes of Kirk Cousins and Robert Griffin III were among the players on the roster. Williams is likely not included due to his request for a trade, and after some outrage, the nine-time Pro-Bowler was put on the checklist.

There's been some confusion over Trevor Lawrence's rookie signing bonus and the possibility that the number. one overall pick in 2021 might have lost a huge amount of money betting on cryptocurrency, that, as we've learned has experienced massive crashes in recent months.

This week , there are widespread reports that Lawrence dropped almost $15 million as a result of his deal. In full disclosure, on our side at SB Nation we did as well . However, the reality is that Lawrence isn't likely to lose all of his Madden NFL 23 funds. The confusion comes from an endorsement contract that was signed prior to the draft Lawrence signed with "Blockfolio," and the language used by the company when they signed Lawrence on April 20. 2021.

The moment that Lawrence has joined Blockfolio they announced their endorsement agreement in an announcement in a press release. The release mentioned the money they were paying Lawrence as an "signing bonus," likely as a method of sounding athletic, and claimed they were depositing the bonus into a crypto wallet for the QB."This partnership is the very first endorsement deal in which a significant signing bonus was paid out entirely in cryptocurrency. The bonus was transferred directly to the Lawrence's Blockfolio account, which included Bitcoin, Ethereum and Solana."

There's not a thing called"signing bonuses" or "signing bonus" when it comes to an endorsement deal. It's simply an endorsement contract. Once you sign the agreement and get paid or, in the case of Lawrence you receive crypto. While the use of this term in sports is not a huge deal, it's here where things started to get a little confusing. Following the Blockfolio press announcement, USA Today aggregated the information and this is where that the confusion started.

The story that was published by Madden NFL 23 added the word "signing bonus" which was given on the Blockfolio press release. Then, it mixed it up with Lawrence's actual Madden NFL 23 signing bonus with the Jaguars which reported the amount as $24.1M as well as using Spotrac as an source."The most likely number. 1 overall pick during the 2021 Madden NFL 23 draft, likely to be drafted by his home team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, has partnered with a leading cryptocurrency investment app known as Blockfolio and will place his bonus in an account in the firm."

"According to Spotrac this year's signing bonus Lawrence this season's no. 1 selection is $22.630.055." We now have an endorsement agreement with Blockfolio, presumably fairly small relative to the rest of the world and was paid in crypto . And recently, it's been tied to Lawrence's enormous Madden NFL 23 signing bonus from the league. The league has also misreported the fact that the money was deposited into cryptocurrency. If it was an honest error, or a plot to turn a story seem more sexually attractive, we're in the same place: an endorsement agreement with a crypto-related company was paid with crypto and nothing more.

Then, on Tuesday, an editor from the Sun Sentinel took information published by Coinjournal and put out an unintentional tweet mocking the Jaguars QB. Of course, we know it's not true -There's no evidence that Lawrence invested his $24 million in mut coins for sale.