– Eagles: Cornerback James Bradberry as reinforcement
James Winston is progressing
Before he can throw the ball to Chris Olave, Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry, Jameis Winston (QB) must first recover from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee.
According to ESPN, things continue to move in the right direction. Winston would have started to take support again to change direction and throw the ball on playaction-type actions. If everything continues at this pace, he should be full for training camp.
Chargers: Morgan Fox (DL)
Commanders: Drew Himmelman (OT)
Dalvin Cook, receiver?
The Vikings have a new offensive-minded coach in Kevin O’Connell. Will he turn things upside down? According to The Athletic, Dalvin Cook. was fielded as receiver on some formations during spring training. The player remains silent.
“I don’t want to tell you everything. We have Green Bay in week one, so we’ll see,” he replied.
Cook has caught 182 balls since the start of his career in 2017.
–The Chargers kicked off work on their new training facility Wednesday at an official ceremony. It is located in El Segundo, about seven miles from SoFi Stadium, where the Los Angeles Lakers also train. The place should be ready to welcome players in July 2024. Amount of the invoice: 276 million dollars. At this price, players will be entitled to three fields, a main building equipped with meeting rooms, a training area, a roof terrace and even an esports studio.
– The Broncos and Cowboys will practice together ahead of their August 13 preseason game. (USAToday)
–The Jaguars and Falcons will practice together Aug. 24-25, before facing off in preseason on Aug. 27. Practices will be held in Atlanta, according to ESPN.
– While they have already planned joint sessions with the Eagles, the Dolphins will also share practices with the Buccaneers during the month of August. It was coach Mike McDaniels who announced it to the press. The two teams will share the field for two days, before meeting for a preseason game on August 13.
Already the end of the strike in CFL
Stopped since last Saturday, the CFL will already be able to start again. The league announced on Wednesday that an agreement has been reached between the players’ union and it on a new collective agreement.
The deal in question has yet to be signed, but it appears to be a formality, and the players are expected to return to training on Thursday.
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