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Lane Johnson’s beer promise might become a reality

If the Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl, the most popular man in Philly might not be the game’s MVP. It’ll probably be right tackle Lane Johnson.

Back in August, the fifth-year lineman explained that he wanted to show his appreciation to the people of Philadelphia for sticking by him after his tough 2016 season, where he served a 10-game suspension for his second violation of the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.

That possibility at least factually remains for all three of Minnesota’s quarterbacks: Keenum, Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater. But which one, if anyone, ends up sticking around?

Yeah, I haven’t really thought too much about it, Keenum said of his plans for 2018 and beyond. I love this team. I love these guys. I love the coaching staff. I love this whole organization. The Wilfs [the team’s owners] are awesome.

Bortles helped the Jaguars reach the AFC Championship game, losing late to the Patriots. Even though Bortles almost helped the Jaguars advance to the franchise’s first Super Bowl, his position with the team remains in doubt.

The Jaguars picked up Bortles’ fifth-year option last offseason, but Bortles is now set to make $19 million next season, a number the Jaguars may not be willing to pay.

I’ve enjoyed my four years in Jacksonville and I would love to play here for as long as they let me, Bortles said Monday following the Jaguars’ final team meeting, via jacksonville.com. What they decide and all of the decisions they make are outside of my control.

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