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Jimmy Garoppolo cleared to leave by 49ers
The 49ers officially cleared their quarterback’s agent Jimmy Garoppolo to work on an exchange with another franchise. The information revealed by ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirms San Francisco’s willingness to hand Trey Lance the keys to their offense for the 2022 season. Hampered by a shoulder injury, Garoppolo should be given the green light by doctors mid- August according to Ian Rapoport (NFL Network). A new base that shouldn’t be Cleveland according to Cleveland.com.
Kyle Rudolph signs with the Buccaneers
The Buccaneers have found Rob Gronkowski’s replacement. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the veteran Kyle Rudolph (TE) will sign a one-year contract with the Florida franchise. He was released by the Giants in March after only one season in New York (1 touchdown and 257 yards). The 32-year-old had his best years with the Vikings, where he caught 453 passes for 4,488 yards and 48 touchdowns in 10 seasons.
Bengals attempt to sell Paul Brown Stadium naming rights
The Steelers recently reached an agreement to sell the naming rights for their stadium to brokerage firm Acrisure. Now it looks like a division rival wants to follow suit. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the bengals are working to sell the naming rights to Paul Brown Stadium. The franchise has informed city and county officials of its plans so they are ready to agree quickly as the team hopes to secure a partner before the start of the regular season.
A recent study showed that the stadium needs nearly $500 million in renovations. The revenue generated from such a deal would likely not cover the full cost, but it would provide additional revenue to spend on this project. The Bengals are one of three teams, along with the Packers and Bears, that haven’t sold their facility’s name to a corporation.
Amon-Ra St. Brown can make history in Week 1
Amon-Ra St. Brown (WR, Lions) finished the 2021 season in a cannonball by making 8 minimum receptions in the last 6 games. According to the team’s official website, the 2nd-year wide receiver could make history if he pulls off the same type of first-week production against the Eagles. He would only be the 5th player in league history to have 7 consecutive games with at least 8 catches. He would then join Antonio Brown, Michael Thomas, Anquan Boldin and Travis Kelce.
John Brown tried out by Packers
Still looking for a base for the 2022 season, John Brown (WR) had a tryout with the Packers according to ESPN. After a two-year stint with the Bills, Brown joined the Raiders last season. He did not participate in the regular season with his new team and joined the Broncos, Jaguars and Buccaneers between October and January, all for 4 games but without receiving. The veteran caught 1,060 yards in 2019, and averaged 50.9 yards per game in 2020 (3rd best performance of his career behind his two 1,000+ yard campaigns). A sprained ankle and stints on the COVID roster limited him to just 9 games that year, but before that he only missed 9 games in 6 seasons.
Anthony Barr (LB) interests Cowboys and Commanders
Anthony Barr (LB) will no longer wear the Vikings jersey. At 30, the quadruple pro bowler does not intend to stop his NFL career. According to Minnesota television station KSTP, Barr will continue to train for the upcoming season. The media adds that the linebacker would be followed closely by the Commanders and the Cowboys. The latter would even be the best placed to enlist him.
Signatures: Isiah “Ike” Brown (BC, Raiders)
Cups: Dallin Leavitt (S, Raiders), Jordan Meredith (OG, Raiders)
Jeremy Ruckert (TE, Jets) suffered a foot injury during the offseason and has not yet been cleared to return to competition. He was placed on the NFI list (non-football injuries) by his team.
. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the rookie receiver Devon Williams (Ravens) did not show up for training camp. He was placed on the reserve list.
. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the tight end Darren Waller and the linebacker Denzel Perryman are looking to secure new contracts with the Raiders.
. As in the last off-season, Jason Peters (LT) plans to extend his career for another season. In an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio, the 40-year-old said he continues to train to stay in shape while waiting for a team to call him. He could join Andrew Whitworth as the only blindside tackle to start at that age if he lands a contract.
Aaron Rodgers highest paid player in the NFL
According to the Over The Cap website, the league’s 10 highest paid players for the 2022 season are all quarterbacks. Aaron Rodgers leads the way, followed by Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes. The top 10 for the coming season:
1. Aaron Rodgers, $50.2 million
2. Deshaun Watson, $46 million
3. Patrick Mahomes, $45 million
4. Josh Allen, $43 million
5. Derek Carr, $40 million
6. Dak Prescott, $40 million
7. Matthew Stafford, $40 million
8. Kirk Cousins, $35 million
9. Russell Wilson, $35 million
10. Jared Goff, $33.5 million
The Hope Through Football Camp stops in Aix-en-Provence in October
On October 22 and 23, 2022 the Hope Through Football Camp arrives in Aix-en-Provence for a unique 2-day football camp, with the collaboration of the Argonautes (French Elite championship team). On the program, 2 intensive days of improvement in order to learn from contact with several American coaches. Note the presence of Rod Woodson (former NFL player, winner of Super Bowl XXXV, Hall of Famer, future coach of Las Vegas in XFL), Chuck Bresnahan (former position coach and NFL coordinator), Richard Bartel (former quarterback NFL) , Franco Arrelanos (international coach). Other personalities are awaiting confirmation.
Places limited to 100 players and 20 coaches. Information and registration here
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