Breakfast: A dome at Soldier Field or a new stadium in the suburbs for the Bears?

Breakfast: A dome at Soldier Field or a new stadium in the suburbs for the Bears?


Most of the NFL news for Thursday, July 7, 2022.

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– Baker Mayfield sent to the Panthers!

A dome at Soldier Field or a new stadium in the suburbs of Chicago, the Bears will have to choose

The soap opera around the future stadium of the Bears continues. While the franchise is in negotiations to obtain land in Arlington Heights, in the suburbs of Chicago, another solution could be considered. According to the Sports Business Journal, the city of Chicago is considering the possibility of installing a dome over Soldier Field, the current home of the Bears, as well as carrying out several improvements to the stadium in order to make it more attractive. . According to Crain’s Chicago Business, building a dome could cost between $400 million and $1.5 billion.

It remains to be seen whether the Bears will move to the suburbs of Chicago in the future or whether they will manage to find common ground, in particular financial, with the municipality.

Ben McAddo didn’t think highly of Baker Mayfield in the draft

The Panthers offensive coordinator no longer had a coaching job in 2018 when Baker Mayfield was drafted, but he still studied the quarterback class that year. And the least we can say is that he had expressed some reservations about his new player. He told the New York Post that while he liked Mayfield personally, he thought he had some major downsides, including his height, athleticism, hand size and the way he played in Oklahoma. He had thus ranked 6th quarterback of the vintage behind Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson, Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen and Mason Rudolph.

“I didn’t see a lot of pro-style football in his college video,” McAdoo said. “And if you’re short, you have to be able to compensate somehow, and personality doesn’t. I didn’t think he was a great athlete. This guy is kind of like a pocket quarterback who’s small and with small hands, that’s what worries me. »

Robbie Anderson: ‘I have no problem with Baker Mayfield’

In the age of social networks, everything goes very quickly and nothing is lost. In response to a post announcing Baker Mayfield’s possible visit to Carolina last April, Robbie Anderson (WR) had dropped a “Nooooooooo”, stating afterwards that this remark was intended to support Sam Darnold. But this publication did not fail to reappear just a few hours after the arrival of the quarterback, and the receiver preferred to take the lead to stifle any attempts at controversy.

“I have no problem with Baker[Mayfield]stop trying to paint this story,” Anderson wrote.

Signature

– The Falcons signed the Eddie Goldman (DT) Wednesday for a term of one year according to Jordan Schultz. The 28-year-old is leaving the Bears for the first time in his career, who drafted him in the second round in 2015. The 28-year-old is expected to compete with Anthony Rush and Vincent Taylor for the starting spot for the season at come.

Transaction

– Following the signing of Eddie Goldman, Atlanta was forced to release Brad Hawkins (S).

Creed Humphrey (Chiefs): “Everybody got stronger, it’s fun for us”

Announced as THE division to follow next season, the AFC West has something to make your mouth water. Between the arrivals of Khalil Mack and JC Jackson to the Chargers, of Davante Adams to the Raiders without forgetting that of Russel Wilson to the Broncos, the reign of the Chiefs seems to be in question after six consecutive division titles. However, the intense competition ahead seems to amuse Creed Humphreydowntown Kansas City.

“Everyone has strengthened, it looks explosive,” analyzed the player on NFL Radio. “It was already a strong division, now it will be even stronger. But it’s fun for us. We are very excited about this challenge and we are ready to take it up. There will be complicated matches, but if we get out of it, we will have our chances against anyone after that. »

Who will win this AFC West? How many teams will make it to the playoffs? Who will end up in last place? Answers next January.

Jameis Winston soon to be operational?

The recovery of the Saints quarterback, James Winston, after her torn anterior cruciate ligament last year, is running its course. Present on the field during the minicamps this spring, the quarterback has taken a new step in his rehabilitation. It is now without his brace on his injured knee that the player made a few throws during a recent training session.

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