– 49ers: this is good for Deebo Samuel, who will extend for 3 years
Monday’s decision for Deshaun Watson?
In the end? According to ESPN, NFL and Players Union-appointed Judge Sue Robinson is expected to announce her decision on Deshaun Watson’s possible suspension on Monday.
The union has already announced it will not appeal. So the saga must end.
Separately, the attorney for the plaintiffs who accused Watson of sexual assault told ESPN that three of the last four complaints were settled through settlement. So there is only one ongoing procedure. So the twenty-four complaints ended in an agreement.
Derek Wolfe paused
He’s not a star, but Derek Wolfe (DE) has helped some teams. On Friday, he announced his retirement after 10 seasons in the NFL. Twice hip surgery last year, Wolfe was cut by the Ravens in June. He missed all of last season with hip and back injuries.
Author of 34 sacks during his career, he was constantly plagued by injuries. He has played just three full seasons since being selected in the second round of the Draft in 2012.
Wolfe won Super Bowl 50 with the Broncos.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) July 29, 2022
Ryan Kerrigan also quit
The end of the course is also for Ryan Kerrigan (DE), who signed a one-day contract with the Commanders on Friday, leaving under the colors of the team that drafted him in the 16th position in 2011.
The author of 95.5 sacks in Washington, Kerrigan is the holder of the franchise record on the field. He moved to Philadelphia last year.
Echoes of training camps
– Mitchell Trubisky (QB, Steelers) is in the post for the starting quarterback position. According to NBC Sports, he has the advantage in Pittsburgh’s camp at the moment. He also confirmed that he took all the snaps of the holders. Mason Rudolph is behind. Offensive coordinator Matt Canada still assured 93.7 The Fan that Rudolph still has a chance to win the starting job. Behind them, rookie Kenny Pickett continues his training.
– Arthur Smith finished training on Falcons Saturday after two fights. Jalen Dalton (DL) was ejected from the field after the first. Anthony Rush (DT) was involved in the second. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
– Good atmosphere in between too Josh Allen (QB, Bills) and the defenders of his group.
— Greg Cover 1 🏈 (@GregTompsett) July 30, 2022
– The Jaguars cut Andrew Mevis (K), who missed three field goals in the warm-up. In itself, there are no problems. But one of his kicks actually landed on 75-year-old former Cowboys coach Dave Campo, who was there because he now works at a local radio station. Luckily, his shoulder was hit.
Pension: JR Sweezy (OL, Seahawks)
– Victim of the fracture of the middle finger of the left hand during the first training session of the summer, Jamal Adams (S, Seahawks) should return to training before the season, according to the Seattle Times. His finger must have gotten caught in the grille of his partner’s helmet. NFL Network says Adams will have to play with special protection.
– Hit the knee in training on Thursday, Ryan Jensen (C, Buccaneers) should disappear within a few months. Tests have not yet clarified the severity of the injury, but Tampa will have to find a solution even before the start of the season.
– Arik Armstead (DT, 49ers) suffering from a sprained right knee. Kyle Shanahan confirmed to the press that his player will have to miss several weeks of competition.
– Lucas Patrick (C, Bears) his hand is injured and will be free forever. (ESPN)
– Maurice Hurst (DT, 49ers) suffered a torn biceps and needed surgery. His manager admitted that the player could miss the entire season. (ESPN)
– Van Jefferson (WR, Rams) suffered from knee surgery during the offseason, and could face an extended absence again. According to NFL Media, the receiver will need to see a specialist and could miss several weeks. A new operation may occur.
– Taysom Hill (QB/TE/WR, Saints) took a bruise on the ribs and this is the reason that he will be absent for a while. (official)
They got on the PUP’s injured list : David Andrews (C, Patriots)
They were placed on the injured list and will not play this season : Kyler Fackrell (LB, Raiders)
They are from the list of non-football related injuries (NFI) : Tanoh Kpassagnon (DE, Saints), Sammy Watkins (WR, Packers), Jake Bailey (P)
– The Cowboys is still the most expensive team in the NFL. This time, Sportico participated in the valuation game. The Dallas franchise is valued at $7.64 billion. The Rams (5.91 billion) and the Patriots (5.88) followed.
– Among the players, Tom Brady (QB, Buccaneers) is still the most popular. The quarterback is still number one on the best-selling merchandise list, according to a ranking published by the players’ union. He was ahead of Russell Wilson, brought to the Broncos. Cooper Kupp completed the podium, ahead of Joe Burrow, Aaron Donald, Matthew Stafford, Davante Adams, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen and Justin Herbert. The ranking covers the period from March 1 to May 31, the Super Bowl and transfers are weighted.
– The Vikings will increase Jared Allen (DE) in their Ring of Honor on October 30. The ceremony will take place at halftime of the game against the Cardinals.
Dean Pees promised
The Falcons had the 29th-ranked defense in the league in points scored last year. Dean Pees is used to better than the Patriots and Ravens. That is why he is not happy with what happened in 2021.
“We are changing the culture here,” he told reporters. “It’s not going to be average. It’s not going to be average. We’re not going to be in the second half of the league like the last 15 or 20 years. I’m sick. We have to take things into our own hands, and it’s up to us. […] We have only been in the Top 10 once in the last 20 years. This madness is over. Sorry, I’m on fire today, but I’m hurt. Let’s change the defensive culture here. People will start talking about Atlanta’s defense like they talk about Baltimore and New England. »
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