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Joel Corry Explains Why JJ Watt Should Be The Highest Paid Defensive Player In The NFL

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Joel Corry, CBSsports.com,  joined Matt Hammond and Matt Murphy filling in for The B-Straw & Pauly G Show. Corry came on to discuss JJ Watt’s contract which should be negotiated before the 2015 football season starts. He thinks Watt has 55 million in guaranteed money coming to him if they pay what he is worth. He spoke a little on Eric Winston and said he doesn’t think him being the President of the Player’s Association will keep him from finding a team but his performance last season might.

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