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Will Deshaun Watson sue the NFL?
Since the start of last week, the NFL world has been patiently awaiting Sue Robinson’s decision in the case. Deshaun Watson. This allows time for each party to assess all possibilities and prepare their response. Thus, according to Yahoo Sports, the quarterback clan – with the help of the players’ union (NFLPA) – intends to file a complaint in federal court in the event of a one-year suspension.
Rodney Hudson will play well in 2022
One less thorn in the side of Kliff Kingsbury and the Cardinals. According to Ian Rapoport (NFL Network), Rodney Hudson (C) plans to return for a second season with Arizona and should be present next week for training camp. After his absence during the obligatory minicamp, speculation about his future began to flare up. The team partially confirmed the news on Twitter.
Bobby Brown (DT, Rams) suspended for six games
The Rams have announced that the NFL has suspended Bobby Brown for the first 6 games of the season. The defensive tackle violated the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. The 2nd year player can participate in all summer preparation (practices and games) and will begin to serve his suspension from the first week of official competition. He can return to the active roster on Monday, Oct. 17 after the Rams’ game against Carolina.
Ben Leber (former Viking): “Mike Zimmer didn’t like Kirk Cousins, and it showed”
Former Minnesota linebacker Ben Leder hung up his boots in 2011, but still keeps a foot in football by officiating on the sidelines for Vikings radio broadcasts. Thanks to this role, he is closer to the players and has seen that there was neither chemistry nor trust between the former head coach, mike zimmerand the quarterback, Kirk Cousins. Quite the contrary. During a recent appearance on CBS Sports Radio, Leder said Zimmer didn’t like Cousins and didn’t respect the quarterback enough to let him lead the team.
” I think that he [Kirk Cousins] is finally going to flourish, really flourish, in a system and with a coach that actually respects him,” Leber recently told CBS Sports Radio’s Zach Gelb. “I mean, it’s not like it’s new information to say here that Mike Zimmer didn’t like Kirk Cousins. And I think it showed in the way Kirk behaved. The team was never given to him, or he was never allowed to gain the trust of the team, because the head coach, I think, just didn’t like him. »
Dawson Knox (TE, Bills): “There’s nothing Josh Allen can’t do”
A few days now from the start of training camps and the 2022 season, many specialists make the Bills one of the most serious candidates to go to the Super Bowl next February. Asked about it during an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Dawson Knox (TE) mentioned one of the main reasons for this optimism. And this one’s name is Josh Allen. The quarterback’s level of play has elevated Buffalo to contender status and Knox raved about what his teammate is capable of on the court.
“I mean, it’s every receiver’s, tight end’s, running back’s dream to play with a guy like that,” Knox said. “He can send the ball 70 yards, or throw on bad support, or play with his legs and prolong actions. There’s nothing this guy can’t do. We’ve seen him take down defenders with stiff arms. He jumps over linebackers, and gets rid of guys. It’s crazy. »
Tytus Howard: ‘I know I can be one of the best tackles in the league’
A guard shot, a tackle shot, Tytus Howard (OL, Texans) has traveled extensively along the offensive line since arriving in Houston. It now seems that those days are over, with Lovie Smith (HC) declaring that Howard will be the team’s right tackle this season. This announcement suits the main interested party, who believes that he will be able to flourish and assert himself in this role.
“Changing from position to position is a difficult task,” Howard said, via USAToday.com. “I discovered it last year. I think I made the most of my opportunities and did what I could to help the team. It feels good to be back as a tackle. This year will be a big year for me because I know I can be one of the best in the game.”
The echoes of the training camps
The Titans will host the Buccaneers and Cardinals in joint workouts in August. According to the schedule published by the league, the first joint practice with Tampa Bay will take place on August 17. The one with Arizona will be held on August 24, and a second session could also take place before their preseason game scheduled for Nissan Stadium on August 27.
Cups: Craig James (DB, Eagles), Ross Reiter (LS, Patriots)
. Present in the 110m hurdles final of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Devon Allen (WR, Eagles) was disqualified following a false start of one thousandth of a second. A heartbreak for the world’s best performer of the year over the distance who was aiming for the top step of the podium. Next step, training camp in Philadelphia, where he will try to make the team for the next season.
. Darius Anderson (RB, Texans) was arrested on Friday and charged with burglary with intent to rape, which is a first-degree felony, according to Pro Football Network. The runner allegedly broke into a woman’s home and chased her into the bathroom, before finally leaving when she called the police. Released on bail, he cannot return to the woman’s home or possess a firearm under this agreement. He is due to be arraigned on Wednesday. The Texans said they are aware of the case and are awaiting further proceedings before speaking.
Ryan Switzer announces his retirement
The receiver Ryan Switzer announced his retirement on Monday. Selected at 4e round of the 2017 draft by the Cowboys, he played the role of kick returner during his rookie season. Passed by the Raiders then the Steelers, he finally landed in Cleveland for the past two years, but without playing a single game. His last tryout with the Panthers last April came to nothing, he finally decided to hang up at the age of 27. Switzer recorded 50 receptions for 321 yards and 1 touchdown during his career. He also averaged 8.0 yards on 67 punt returns (including 1 touchdown) and 21.8 yards on 63 engagement returns.
Leonard Fournette profited well during the offseason
Here’s someone who ate well in the canteen! Leonard Fournette (RB, Buccaneers) would have drawn the wrath of the coaches of the team by letting go during the offseason. Tampa Bay Times reporter Rick Stroud said in his podcast that the runner now has 250 pounds on the scale, up 35 pounds from last season. Fournette decided not to participate in the OTA’s, and when he showed up for the mandatory minicamp, the staff were not very happy with his condition, believing that he has a very long way to go to get fit.
“The coaches weren’t happy, to put it mildly, when he didn’t attend OTAs, but then he showed up for the mandatory minicamp weighing nearly 250 pounds,” Stroud said. “And that’s not a good sign for a guy you just offered a three-year contract.”
Former Heinz Field ketchup bottles removed
When Heinz Field became Acrisure Stadium last week, Pittsburgh fans wondered if the famous giant ketchup bottles above the two scoreboards were going to stay. The answer is no. Andrew Fillippoini of 93.7 The Fan Pittsburgh, who broke the news of the name change, posted a video of a crane removing one of two ornaments that have been in place since the venue opened in 2001.
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—Andrew Fillipponi (@ThePoniExpress) July 18, 2022
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