Williams is likely not included since he had requested a trade from buryw's blog

 Williams is likely not included since he had requested a trade, and Madden 23 coins, the nine-time Pro Bowler was added to the list.

There's been a lot of confusion over Trevor Lawrence's rookie signing bonus, and whether the number. one overall pick in 2021 might have lost a massive amount of cash by placing it in cryptocurrency, which , as we've seen has been crashing in recent months.

This week , there were numerous reports that Lawrence suffered a loss of nearly $15M because of his contract. We're not lying, we here at SB Nation we did as also -- however, the reality is that Lawrence probably didn't lose the Madden NFL 23 cash. The confusion arises from an endorsement contract that was signed prior to the draft Lawrence signed using "Blockfolio," and the phraseology used by the company when they signed Lawrence in the month of April in 2021.

The moment that Lawrence joined Blockfolio they announced their endorsement agreement in an announcement in a press release. The press release referred to the amount they were paying Lawrence as a "signing bonus" likely as a way of trying to sound more athletic. They also stated that they were depositing the bonus in a crypto wallet for the QB."This partnership is the first ever endorsement agreement in where a significant sign-up bonus was paid in cryptocurrency. The bonus was directly deposited to the Lawrence's Blockfolio account, which included Bitcoin, Ethereum and Solana."

There's nothing like"signing bonuses" or "signing bonus" in relation to an endorsement deal. It's simply an endorsement contract. You sign the deal and you're paid or, in Lawrence's case you receive crypto. Although the term used in sports seems to be a common practice, it's here where things took a jump. In the wake of the Blockfolio press announcement, USA Today aggregated the news , and that's where the confusion began.

The report coMadden NFL 23 added the word "signing bonus" which was given within the Blockfolio press release, and mixed it up with Lawrence's actual Madden NFL 23 award from the Jaguars which reported that it was $24.1M, and using Spotrac as a source."The most likely number. 1 overall pick for the 2021 Madden NFL 23 draft, probably headed to Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars, has partnered with a world-wide cryptocurrency-based investment application called Blockfolio and will transfer his prize in an account of the firm."

"According to Spotrac, the signing bonus This year's No. 1 selection is $22.630.055." This means that we have an endorsement deal with Blockfolio that is probably quite small in comparison to other endorsement deals, which was paid directly by crypto. It's is now linked to Lawrence's huge Madden NFL 23 signing bonus from the league, and misreported the fact that the money was deposited into cryptocurrency. Whether an honest mistake, or a plot to turn the story seem more sexually attractive, we're at the same position: An endorsement agreement with a crypto-related company was paid in cryptocurrency, and that's all there is to it.

Then, on Tuesday, someone writing for The Sun Sentinel took information published by Coinjournal in the following tweet, mocking and mocking the Jaguars QB. Of course, this is not trueas there is no proof that Lawrence invested his $24 million in Mut 23 coins.

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