Daily Update: June 29, 2016

“Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan.” -Tom Landry, Former Dallas Cowboys Head Coach

Never give up on your goals. I love this quote for that reason. No goal is unattainable, and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise. No matter what happens on your road to achieving a goal, keep fighting. I mean that wholeheartedly. Even if unexpected events alter your plans, NEVER give up. Nothing can stop you from achieving what you want to achieve. If you put your mind and/or your heart into something, you WILL achieve that goal. My goal right now is to bring you all the daily NFL news, so I’m staying with it, and here it is:

  1. Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck has become the highest-paid player in the National Football League. He signed a new six-year contract worth $140 million today, with $47 million guaranteed. This comes following his worst season in the league. Definitely an interesting time to give him this contract, but his previous seasons have given no reason to say he isn’t worth it. Plus, the Colts don’t currently have many players that are elite enough to give lots of money to, so why not?
  2. ‘All or Nothing’ is set to premiere on July 1. That’s right, just two days away. ‘All or Nothing’ is Amazon’s new version of ‘Hard Knocks’. The series follows the journey of the Arizona Cardinals during the 2015-16 season. There are eight, one-hour episodes in the series, and they will all be available to Amazon customers from July 1-August 31 on all Amazon platforms (Fire TV, their website, etc.).
  3. DE Cory Redding is retiring. He retires as a free agent following 13 seasons in the NFL. Redding spent last season with the Arizona Cardinals, the previous three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, the two seasons prior with the Baltimore Ravens, the season before with the Seattle Seahawks, and the previous six seasons with the Detroit Lions.

That’s all for TheHaysWay today, make sure to leave a comment on the daily quote and/or the daily news, along with a much-appreciated like. Have a pleasant tomorrow.

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