$500,000 is paid as per game bonuses. PFF names Xavier Rhodes has a 'big-name cut candidate' Share this article 572 shares share tweet text email ... One that comes as no surprise is Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes, who was one of the worst corners in the entire league in 2019. ... (@PFF_Sam) January 21, 2020 ... Xavier Rhodes in probowl makes perfect sense. Xavier Rhodes: Pos: CB, Career: 104 G, 1 TD, All-Pro(1st), 3xProBowl, Vikings 2013-2019, born FL 1990 https://twitter. NFL fans couldn't believe struggling cornerback Xavier Rhodes was named as a Pro Bowl replacement. Contract Notes Xavier Rhodes signed a one year, $3 million contract with the Colts on March 30, 2020. The Minnesota Vikings top corner has fallen off over the past two seasons and after Monday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, it's time to make a change. Xavier Rhodes is one of the largest cornerbacks in the NFL. With their 31st overall selection, the Vikings landed cornerback Jeff Gladney out of TCU. NFL and PFF player stats for Indianapolis Colts CB Xavier Rhodes on Pro Football Focus. Twitter reacts to Xavier Rhodes making the ... only six had a lower grade on PFF than Rhodes.

Here’s what Gordon McGuinness wrote about Rhodes: ... With the departures of Xavier Rhodes, Mackensie Alexander and Trae Waynes, it was clear the team had to address the position early on in the draft. In PFF’s pre-season cornerback rankings, Rhodes ranks 15th overall. At age 29, he is now also one of the slowest. During Sunday's playoff game between the Saints and the Vikings, Rhodes was juked off the screen while covering Saints WR Deonte Harris. Xavier Rhodes’ continued decline could cause change in Vikings’ secondary By Judd Zulgad | @jzulgad October 20, 2019 6:14 pm As much satisfaction as Mike Zimmer had to take from seeing the Vikings improve to 5-2 on Sunday with a 42-30 victory over the Lions at Ford Field, it still had to be tough for him to watch the continued decline of one of his prized pupils. One player that NFL teams inquired about was Minnesota Vikings CB Xavier Rhodes.Teams believed he was a trade candidate because of the young talent the team had brought in at the cornerback position. Rhodes received a $1 million signing bonus. Twitter reacts to Xavier Rhodes making the Pro Bowl despite not exactly having a Pro Bowl-level season. This time a year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were rumored to be in the market to add a cornerback via trade.

At 6′ 1″, 220 pounds. Xavier Rhodes was once considered on the best cornerbacks in the league but he's fallen off a bit since peak season in 2016. In December, Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer, answering questions not only about Rhodes’ declining play but several emotional reactions to his own mistakes, said this about him: “Xavier’s a good kid. Not so fast.

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According to @PFF: 87 different CBs saw 50 targets into their coverage in 2019, and none of them allowed a higher completion rate than Rhodes…