Figured this would be a fun exercise. Given Tyron's development, temperament, positional importance, and age (he'll be 23 through next season) - I'm willing to go above and beyond, signing him to a very long-term deal with a ton of money. He came into the league, instantly becoming obscenely rich about only 4 months after he turned 20 (he was born in December), he seamlessly made this transition without hiccup or headache, so I'm comfortable making a huge commitment. 8 years, 100m, 40m guaranteed - not highly back-loaded, more of a J.Allen-Vikings deal where you structure it with the expectation he will live out the contract. In the case of Dez, I'm completely on board with a long-term contract however I'm definitely not going to propose a 8 year contact as I have with Tyron. Much like Tyron, Dez has shown immense development, tremendous potential, and is already top 5 (arguably top 3, which I agree with) at his position. However, he does have much more red flags than Tyron, with a track record of off-the-field issues, additionally he is older (2 yrs), has had a few health concerns, and WR is a much less important position. So I'd propose 5 years, 70m, 30m guaranteed. This would be the second highest guarantee for a WR in the league, behind only Calvin Johnson. Salary-wise, it'd be 14m per-year, which would put Dez at 3rd, behind only Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. This would be a bit of a discount on what he'd anticipate on the open market, but it could definitely be worked out given the fact he'd only be 30 years old when this contract would end, affording him the opportunity to land a second big-money contract. Thoughts?