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Jim Harbaugh back in the NFL?

Former coach of the 49ers, especially during the 2012 season when San Francisco lost in the Super Bowl against the Ravens of John Harbaugh, his brother, Jim Harbaugh could be tempted by a return to the big league. Current coach of Michigan, he comes out of a superb season with the Wolverines. According to The Athletic, his name would be linked to potential coaching positions for the Bears and Raiders.


They come off the injured list: Blake Jarwin (TE, Cowboys), Khalen Saunders (DT, Chiefs), Chris Lammons (CB, Chiefs)

They are placed on the injured list: Michael Gallup (WR, Cowboys), Alex Collins (RB, Seahawks), George Fant (OT, Jets), Bryce Huff (DE, Jets)


They are placed on the COVID list: Eric Kendricks (LB, Vikings), Christian Darrisaw (OL, Vikings), Josh Ball (OT, Cowboys), Billy Turner (G, Packers), D’Ernest Johnson (RB, Browns), Jovante Moffatt (S, Browns), Chris Herndon (TE, Vikings), Parry Nickerson (CB, Vikings), Monty Rice (LB, Titans), Gavin Heslop (CB, Seahawks), Vonn Bell (S, Bengals), Akeem Davis-Gaither (LB, Bengals), Trey Hendrickson (DE, Bengals), Trey Hopkins (C, Bengals), Quinton Spain (G, Bengals), Albert Huggins (DT, Saints)

They are leaving the COVID list: Craig James (CB, Eagles), John Hightower (WR, Eagles), Quinton Bohanna (DT, Cowboys), Kingsley Keke (DE, Packers), Dennis Kelly (OT, Packers), Amari Rodgers (WR, Packers), Darnell Savage (S, Packers), Elijah Lee (LB, Browns), Nick Mullens (QB, Browns), Tedric Thompson (S, Browns), Nick Vigil (LB, Vikings), Bless Austin (CB, Seahawks), Marlon Davidson (DE , Falcons), Jaylinn Hawkins (S, Falcons), Hayden Hurst (TE, Falcons), James Vaughters (LB, Falcons), Tajae Sharpe (WR, Falcons), Willie Beavers (G, Falcons), Tress Way (P, Washington ), Markus Golden (LB, Cardinals), DJ Humphries (OT, Cardinals), Devon Kennard (LB, Cardinals), Breon Borders (CB, Cardinals), Kevin White (WR, Saints), Ethan Wolf (TE, Saints), Jaelon Darden (WR, Buccaneers)


Antonio Brown (WR) is still a receiver for the Buccaneers, as he still hasn’t been officially cut by the franchise. Moreover, according to the Tampa Bay Times, the player had consulted a doctor on his side to assess the condition of his ankle. A professional who would have found that he suffered from a major sprain and that he should not have been on the field on Sunday.

The main signatures: Jacob Tuioti-Mariner (LB, Panthers)

The main cuts: Malik Jefferson (LB, Colts), Kyle Lauletta (QB, Browns), Alex Taylor (OT, Browns), Chris Jones (CB, Titans), Joe Jones (LB, Titans), Matt Barkley (QB, Falcons), Golden Tate (WR, Titans)

Coaches, coaches, coaches

– The Jaguars received the former Colts and Lions coach, Jim Caldwellfor an interview, one week later Doug Pederson. Todd Bowles (DC, Buccaneers) and Nathaniel Hackett (OC, Packers) would be the next coaches on Jacksonville’s roster.

– Courted by several teams, including the Jaguars, Matt Eberflus (DC, Colts) decided to wait until the end of the season and focus on the upcoming playoffs before considering his future.

Bud Dupree charged with assault

The altercation between Bud Dupree and an employee of a Nashville Walgreens on Sunday resulted in a criminal charge. The Metro Nashville Police Department announced Tuesday that it issued a citation charging the Titans linebacker with assault. The statement says Dupree and his attorney both spoke to detectives regarding the case.

According to the police report, several people left the store after an argument with the employee in question, then returned with Bud Dupree. Dupree allegedly “grabbed the victim and his phone” and “is charged with assault and fear of bodily harm”. Bud Dupree has three weeks to report to authorities.

Jaguars supporters in clownish war against management

The Jacksonville fanbase is frustrated, and intends to let it be known. While Jaguars owner Shad Khan is keen to retain general manager Trent Baalke, supporters are keen to make it clear to management that they disagree with the move. They plan to dress up as a clown for Sunday’s final regular season game against the Colts. For the 13th season out of the last 14, the franchise will not be in the playoffs.

Some fans have already changed their Twitter profile pictures to a clown with a mustache resembling Shad Khan’s.

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