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Breakfast: the NFL changes its COVID rules, the Browns decimated

Breakfast: the NFL changes its COVID rules, the Browns decimated

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– Cardinals: 6 weeks of recovery for DeAndre Hopkins

– Seattle: Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins placed on the COVID-19 list

– Lions: End of season for TJ Hockenson

Podcast: Week 15 preview


The NFL has announced that the Cowboys-Cardinals Week 17 game is moved to 10:25 p.m. It was originally scheduled for 7 p.m.

Browns: Case Keenum Positive

Will the Browns get a quarterback to face the Raiders on Saturday? After Baker Mayfield (QB), Case Keenum (QB) tested positive and found himself on the COVID list.

For the moment, it is therefore Nick Mullens (QB), who only joined the active workforce on Thursday, who is now number one.


– In the last memo sent to franchises, the new protocol against COVID-19 is clarified. It strongly resembles that of 2020 (stopping of physical meetings, wearing of masks indoors for all players, isolation in hotel rooms when traveling, etc.). A major novelty, the protocol for getting off the Covid-19 list has been simplified for vaccinated players: asymptomatic cases will no longer have to respect a 24-hour period between two negative tests. From now on, several possibilities exist to get out of the list. A negative PCR test will allow you to come back. Otherwise, the players’ viral load will be tested. If it is low enough that the player is no longer considered contagious, he can return.

– Faced with the resurgence of Covid cases in the United States, Russell Wilson (QB, Seahawks) said at a press conference to be tested every day at his home.

They are placed on the COVID list :

  • Dolphins: Jaylen Waddle (WR), Gerrid Doaks (RB, Dolphins)
  • Rams: Von Miller (LB), Tremayne Anchrum (OT), Antoine Brooks (DB), Bobby Evans (OG), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (LB), Troy Reeder (LB), Christian Rozeboom (LB), Jake Gervase (DB), Kareem Orr (DB)
  • Giants: Adoree Jackson (CB, positive)
  • Packers: Kenny Clark (DT)
  • Cardinals: Rodney Hudson (C)
  • Browns: Ronnie Harrison (S), Case Keenum (QB, positive), Grant Delpit (S, positive)
  • Bengals: Chidobe Awuzie (CB)
  • Ravens: Chuck Clark (S), Nate McCrary (RB, practice squad)
  • Washington: Kam Curl (S), Keith Ismael (C), Tyler Larsen (C)
  • Lions: Jalen Elliott (S)
  • Jets: Elijah Moore (WR), Hamsah Nasirildeen (LB) (S)
  • Bears: Jesse James (TE), Joel Iyiegbuniwe (LB), Allen Robinson (WR), Eddie Jackson (DB), Ryan Nall (RB), Isaiah Coulter (WR, practice squad), Bill Lazor (offensive coordinator), Sean Desai (defensive coordinator), Chris Tabor (special teams coordinator)
  • Texans: Terrence Brooks (S), Terrance Mitchell (BC), Cre’von LeBlanc (DB, practice squad)

They come off the COVID list: David Njoku (TE, Browns), Stephen Carlson (TE, Browns), Cameron Jordan (DE, Saints), Wes Martin (G, Giants)


Donald Parham (TE, Chargers) passed out on Thursday evening when his head hit the ground. He was taken to hospital and is in stable condition, according to his team.

– Matt Rhule confirmed to the press that Sam Darnold (QB) is not yet fit to play, simply because he is not yet allowed to take shocks to his shoulder. ” I don’t know when it will be“, explained the coach. ” He’s going to have to go for a CT scan, probably in the coming weeks, so he still has a bit of a way to go.. »

– Still no Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens) at training on Thursday. The team’s offensive coordinator Greg Roman said the decision on his participation in the game against the Packers could be made at the last moment.

– On the side of the Packers, Aaron Rodgers (QB) remained at rest to preserve his injured toe. His presence in the field on Sunday is, for the moment, not in question. In his absence, it was Jordan Love who led the attack in training. Aaron Jones (RB) was also absent. (Pro Football Talk)

– Victim of a concussion in the last game, Terry McLaurin (WR, WFT) returned to training on Thursday in a limited way. (Pro Football Talk)

– Return to training also for Tony Pollard (RB, Cowboys, foot). (Pro Football Talk)

– Absent in the last five games, Joe Haden (CB, Steelers, foot) participated in a limited way in training on Thursday. (Pro Football Talk)

Sean Payton (HC, Saints, non-Covid illness) was present on the edge of the field on Thursday after a teleworking session the day before. (The News Tribune)

They will not play this week: Darren Waller (TE, Raiders, knee), Kareem Hunt (RB, Browns, ankle)

They come off the injured list: Germaine Ifedi (OT, Bears), Duke Shelley (CB, Bears)

They are placed on the injured list: Riley Reiff (OT, Bengals)


– The Browns have promoted Nick Mullens (QB) of their practice squad.

– The Giants have promoted Pharoh Cooper (WR) of their practice squad. (NFL Trade Rumors)

– The Chiefs have promoted Dicaprio Bootle (DB), Cortez Broughton (DT), Daurice Fountain (WR) and Darius Harris (LB) of their practice squad. (NFL Trade Rumors)

Main signatures: Damon Arnette (CB, Dolphins, practice squad), Auzoyah Alufohai (DT, Bears), Akeem Spence (DT, WFT), Evan Boehm (C, Giants, practice squad)


They announced their candidacy : Kenny Pickett (QB, Pittsburgh)


– The family of Vincent Jackson (WR, ex-Buccaneers) announced to the New York Times that analysis of the brain of the player who died at 38 revealed that he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy level 2 (of 4). It is the same diagnosis as for Phillip Adams, who committed suicide after killing six people. Jackson’s wife explains that he had been showing symptoms since his last season in 2016. He then sank into alcohol and depression, not helped by the isolation of the pandemic, which had damaged his professional activities and life. had cut off the work meetings he loved.

Myles Garrett (DE, Browns) is credited with the 99 rating in Madden’s latest update. It is the first day for the Browns to receive this honor.


Len Hauss (C, Washington) died at the age of 79. He had started every game in his last 13 NFL seasons from 1965 to 1977 and appeared in 5 Pro Bowls. (ESPN)

Rams: Snead compares Cooper Kupp to Peyton Manning

During his appearance on the Coach McVay Show, the Rams owner was full of praise for his star receiver. Even going to compare the game intelligence of Cooper Kupp to that of the legend Peyton Manning.

“I could spend the day talking about Cooper Kupp,” Les Snead began. “What a year, what a year he had. It’s remarkable what he’s done and it’s really fun to watch. I’ve said it many times, he’s got Peyton Manning-esque game intelligence, he just happens to play catcher. And now we see it all come to fruition. »

Jaguars: Players won’t regret Urban Meyer

Sacked overnight from Wednesday to Thursday by the Jaguars, Urban Meyer should not be missed by many of his former players.

After statements by the former Jacksonville kicker, it’s NFL Network’s Mike Garofolo’s turn to reveal that some players sent their agent an emoji “peace”. To see if this relief translates into results by the end of the season.

Cowboys: Dak Prescott responds to his owner

Earlier this week Jerry Jones was critical of his quarterback’s recent performances, calling him a“subsidence” .

During an interview at Dallas Morning News, Dak Prescott reassured about his state of health and acknowledged that he was not playing his best football at the moment. However, he finds his owner’s words a little harsh.

“I’m in great shape, 100%. Of course I realize I’m not playing my best football. I made some bad decisions, I guess you could tell. It’s part of the game. But I wouldn’t have used the term“subsidence”. However, I am clearly not up to my standards and expectations”.

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