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The Shaquille O’Neal Youth jersey veteran cornerback on Monday took to Instagram to bid farewell to the city of Pittsburgh after spending 10 seasons with the team.

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Minnesota splurged on a three-year deal with big guaranteed money (a reported $84 million) to make sure it got Cousins, and the QB’s other suitors didn’t.

It works out well for both player and team, as the Vikings thought about Cousins entering his age-30 season knowing they’re in the right window to win a Super Bowl with him. He’s a perfect fit in the West Coast offense, inheriting ideal skill position weapons in Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen, Kyle Rudolph and Dalvin Cook.

Cousins made top-market money up front and landed with a contender that will help him push his career to a higher (see: winning) level of success. The NFC runners-up from 2017 are the new NFC favorites for 2018.

Scandrick is signed with Dallas through the 2019 season and set to earn base salaries of $3 million and $4 million, though the team would save $1.4 million against the salary cap by cutting or trading him.

The Cowboys previously let veterans Barry Church, Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne and J.J. Wilcox walk in free agency last year. Given Scandrick’s injury history, the team appears ready to part ways with him, too.

Scandrick, 31, was selected by the Cowboys in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He recorded 38 total tackles and three defended passes in 11 games last season while also failing to record a single interception for just the second time in his 10-year career.

Martellus Bennett didn’t work out last year as a replacement for Jared Cook. Here’s the chance for the Packers do their limited bit of free-agency splurging with Aaron Rodgers most in mind. After what Graham has done with Drew Brees and Russell Wilson, he can stick with a top-flight passer on a team that expects to compete for a Super Bowl.

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