Breakfast: Deshaun Watson quiet in 2022?

Breakfast: Deshaun Watson quiet in 2022?

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– Ravens: Calais Campbell (DL) returns for two years

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36 million guaranteed for Brandin Cooks

Brandin Cooks (WR, Texans) recently signed a contract extension with Houston. NFL Media released the numbers. It will be $39.6 million, of which $36 million is guaranteed. With an average of $19.8 million per season, Cooks is among the 10 highest paid receivers in the league.

Browns: no trial for Deshaun Watson during the 2022 season

22 civil sexual assault charges are still pending against Deshaun Watson (QB, Browns). The images of his testimony are not really reassuring.

Good news for him, he won’t have to think about it during the coming season. It will be before or after.

Tony Buzbee, the victims’ attorney, told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he hopes to have a trial in July. Otherwise, things could be postponed to March 2023.

5 visits scheduled for Matt Corral next week

Designated in various mock drafts as one of the first quarterbacks to be drafted in the first round of the 2022 draft which will take place at the end of April, Matt Corral will, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, meet 5 teams next week: the Panthers, the Steelers , Falcons, Eagles and Saints.

In 4 years of college at Ole Miss, Corral will have thrown for 8281 yards with 57 touchdowns for 23 interceptions in 27 games and 67.3% of completed passes.

Signatures

Rodney McLeod (S) signed a contract with the Colts for an amount and duration still unknown. (Ian Rapoport)

– The Bears have signed Ryan Griffin (TE) for a year. The contract is valued at $2.25 million for the season. (ProFootballTalk)

Thomas Morstead (PK) joins Miami and the Dolphins for one season according to Adam Caplan.

– Atlanta adds a player in its backfield since the Falcons signed this Friday Mike Ford (BC) for one year.

– Philadelphia engaged this Friday Devon Allen to play receiver. A 110m hurdler, Allen has competed in the last two Olympics and hasn’t played football since 2016.

– Dallas and Ryan Nall (RB) agreed to a one-year contract. (Ian Rapoport)

The other signatures: Tavon Young (CB, Bears, 1 year), Matthew Adams (LB, Bears, 1 year), Troy Reeder (LB, Chargers, 1 year)

Re-signatures

– The Bengals extended Mitchell Wilcox (TE) for an additional season.

The other re-signatures : Josh Bynes (LB, Ravens, 1 year), Ronnie Harrison (S, 1 year), Mark Gilbert (CB, Lions), Tre Flowers (CB, Bengals, 1 year)

Cups

Commanders : DJ Hayden (BC)

Rumors

– Kyle Rudolph (TE) was tested by the Broncos. (FOX Sports)

Dan Campbell had an alcoholic player in Miami

As long as you play well, you can pretty much do whatever you want in the NFL. Dan Campbell (Lions) more or less illustrated it on Friday at a press conference. While talking about what he looks for in a Draft player, the Detroit coach shared a rather disturbing story from his time in Miami.

“I remember I had a guy who loved football. He was a dynamic player, but he came every day reeking of alcohol. He had been chaining for I don’t know how long, but my god he loved football. He came, he didn’t miss what he was asked to do, he fought all the time, and you know what? We find a way to make it work for this guy. I’m not saying we want guys like that, but he loved football, and he did it. He still plays today. »

We let it happen rather than helping to solve the problem. As long as it works on the ground.

The player has not been named.

Trent Brown found it more motivating than Weight Watchers

Player weight clauses exist in different contracts. This is the case for Trent Brown (OT, Patriots). According to ESPN, the tackle will be entitled to $25,000 every Thursday in the 2022 and 2023 seasons if he weighs less than 165.5 kilos.

He will also receive $150,000 on the first day of offseason training if he arrives weighing less than 175 kilos. It will be $75,000 to be under 170 kilos on June 1 and another $75,000 to be under 165.5 kilos by July 16.

In total, he can accumulate 750,000 greenbacks thanks to these “weight bonuses. »

Tua Tagovailoa is like everyone else

When he sees Dan Marino, Tua Tagovailoa (QB, Dolphins) is impressed. And it’s quite touching.

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