Headline Sports podcast with Michael Roberson: James highest paid safety in NFL; TJ Watt says don’t compare him to brother JJ just yet; plus more

Los Angeles Charger safety Derwin James became the highest paid safety in league history. The Chargers are looking forward to seeing his handiwork this season. (Sports Illustrated file photo)

On Headline Sports podcast with Michael:

#1 Michael, the Los Angeles Chargers signed safety Derwin James to the tune of $76 million plus for four years the highest paid safety in the game. That’s $19 million plus per year and the first year of the deal is a record setting $29 million. How big of a help will he be for the Chargers?

#2 Pittsburgh Steeler outside linebacker TJ Watt says not to compare him to his brother Arizona Cardinals defenseman JJ Watt it’s too early to make that kind of comparison. TJ said that JJ was absolutely unstoppable.

#3 San Francisco 49er Jimmie Ward who is suffering from a significant hamstring injury Dr. Marc Safran of Stanford Medical Medicine said Ward has a grade 1 or 2 strain but with a good medical staff surrounding him he could be back by week 1 against the Chicago Bears according to Dr. Safran.

#4 The hamstring is going around 49ers running back Elijah Mitchell is likely to miss pre season, cornerback Emmanuel Mosely and Daniel Brunskill are also out of action how does their absence impact the team.

#5 Turning to college football the Stanford Cardinal and quarterback Tanner McKee who had 206 completions in 315 attempts for 2327 yards. How do you like his game and what kind of season does the Cardinal expect out of him under center?

Join Michael Roberson with Headline Sports at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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