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Did the Redskins Make a Mistake Paying Josh Norman $15 Million a Year?

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Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman can not seem to keep his name out of the news. He has been covered for everything from his in-game statistics, fines, and feuds with wideouts Bryant and Beckham. Just about one hour after the Carolina Panthers released Josh Norman, the Redskins chimed in and offered Norman what he wanted, which was to be paid as the best cornerback ($15 million a year). The Panthers were not willing to pay the price. The highest they offered was the franchise tag (about $13 million).

One of Norman's biggest competitors took their battle to social media. Talking about how he was going to "expose" Josh Norman as not the best in the league. Did Bryant take it too far?

After battling it out the the entire game, Bryant is convinced Redskins need to get their money back. Heading into the game as questionable, Bryant finished with 72 yards on five receptions. The four times Dak Prescott threw in the direction of Norman, Bryant got three for 32 yards.

"I was just wearing [Josh Norman's] ass out the whole night," Bryant told reporters. "I enjoyed it. Washington needs to get their money back." 

"I think he's extremely soft. All talk," Bryant told reporters. "He was holding the whole night...You supposed to be a lockdown corner, and you can't even play, man. ... He was scared."

Norman's response after the game. He felt as thought things got out of hand.