Breakfast: Mac Jones will miss several games

Breakfast: Mac Jones will miss several games

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Mac Jones reportedly suffers from a major ankle sprain

Injured ankle late in game against Ravens, NFL Network reports McJones (QB, Patriots) would be the victim of a major sprain which could cause him to miss playing time significantly. The Massachusetts quarterback, however, had a post-game X-ray that came back negative, and he’s seeking a second opinion to confirm the diagnosis. Should the worst-case scenario materialize, surgery would remain a possibility, along with several weeks of downtime.

As for him, Bill Belichick (HC) did not confirm anything at a press conference. The boss said there is no definitive information and the club are continuing their assessments.

Brian Hoyer is the backup quarterback for the Patriots.

Did you hurt where?

Mike McDaniel (HC) announced that Tagovailoa is suffering from back and ankle pain after the game against Buffalo, and has not guaranteed his availability against the Bengals for Thursday’s game. But the coach confirmed that his passer is not under concussion protocol.

As a reminder, the NFL and the NFL Players Association will begin a joint investigation regarding the return to the field of Tua Tagovailoa (QB, Dolphins) during the game against the Bills after a big head shock. The task force will review the films, have conversations with the quarterback, the franchise doctor, a traumatic brain injury specialist, and other referring specialists. The investigation will last one to two weeks in order to assess whether the anti-concussion protocol has been followed.

Trent Williams is expected to return in November

Good news for the 49ers, who won’t lose their top lineman for the rest of the year. According to NFL Media, Kyle Shanahan (HC) has announced that Trent Williams (LT) is suffering from a severe ankle sprain. This will not require passage on the operating table, but it is necessary to consider an unavailability of at least one month.

Buccaneers forced to relocate due to Hurricane Ian

Head south to Florida for Tom Brady and his teammates. The Buccaneers have announced that they will spend the week training at the Dolphins facility in Miami.

An alert has been issued in the Tampa area because of Hurricane Ian, which is expected to pass between Tuesday and Thursday. The NFL is keeping an eye on the situation. For now, according to ESPN, the plan is good to play in Tampa. If there is too much damage and the game has to be moved, it could be played on the Minneapolis side. Because the league would not like to mobilize the Florida authorities for the organization of a match if they are needed to help after the hurricane.


Sterling Shepard (WR, Giants) left Monday night’s game with an injury. According to ESPN, the Giants are preparing for the worst and fear a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the knee, synonymous with the end of the season.

– Already hit in the ankle, D’Andre Swift (RB, Lions) sprained his shoulder against the Vikings. According to NFL Media, the runner will not need surgery but could miss playing time. Dan Campbell admitted that his star runner could miss games.

– Brandon Staley announced that Joey Bosa (DE, adductors) will be away until further notice and will be evaluated week to week. The pass rusher should miss a few games, because the coach even admitted not knowing if Bosa was going to be placed on the injured list.

Michael Thomas (WR, Saintstoe) and Jarvis Landry (WR), foot) are not seriously affected following the meeting against the Panthers. That’s what NFL Media reports.

– On the side of the Bengals, Joe Mixon (RB) and Tee Higgins (WR) are expected to take part in Thursday’s game against Miami. On the other hand Zac Taylor (HC) declared that the availability of DJ Reader (DT), knee) is not ensured. (

David Montgomery (RB, Bears) should be back any day, despite ankle and knee pain. That’s what Matt Eberflus assured the press after Sunday’s game.

Patrick Mekari (LT, Ravens) suffers (only) from a sprained ankle. According to ESPN the worst has been avoided and the lineman has no major damage..

– Chargers lose Jalen Guyton (WR) for the season. The receiver tore his knee ligament against the Jaguars. (NFLMedia)

– According to NFL Media, Tracy Walker (S, Lions) tore his Achilles tendon on a non-contact action. He should be quickly placed on the injured list once the diagnosis is confirmed.

– Kliff Kingsbury announced thatAJ Green (WR, Cardinals) could miss his team’s next match with a bone hematoma.

– The Bills continue to depopulate their defensive back. the rookie Christian Benford (CB) broke his hand against Miami. Sean McDermott also announced to the press that the season of Tommy Doyle (OL) ended because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament. (NFLMedia)


– The Cowboys promoted the veteran Jason Peters (OL) in their active squad from the reserve team. This is also the case for Will Grier (QB) and Sean McKeon (TE). (Dallas Morning News)

– The Titans have announced that they have signed Mario Edwards (DL) from the jacksonville practice squad. (

Cups: Prince Emili (DT, Bills), Arron Mosby (LB, Panthers), Derrek Tuszka (OLB, Titans), Kaylon Geiger (WR, Buccaneers), David Wells (TE, Buccaneers, PS), Matt Ammendola (K, Chiefs)

In short

Aaron Donald (DL, Rams) is now officially the 40th player to have reached the 100 career sack mark (since the stat is counted). Among the inside linemen, only John Randle (ex-Vikings) has more than him. It is Kyler Murray (QB, Cardinals) who will have been his designated victim for this symbolic milestone. (Los Angeles Daily News)

– NFL Media believes Giants may look to trade Kenny Golladay (WR) if the relationship with the recipient does not improve. He is little involved in training, little used in matches, and only the guarantees of his contract would have prevented New York from cutting him for the moment in order to avoid the financial backlash.

Kyle Shanahan (HC, 49ers) apologized for calling a pass play when the Californians were pinned on their own 2 yards, and for initiating an action that ended in a safety when the club only lost d a point against Denver. Jimmy Garoppolo (QB) explained that if he came out of the in-goal, it was without realizing it. He was only trying to buy time in the face of pressure. (

Tod Bowles (HC, Buccaneers) will ask the NFL for an explanation regarding the timeout whistled against his team in the final seconds of the game against Green Bay. According to the coach, the clock ticked 20 seconds instead of 25. (

– With only 23 successful passes out of 45 for 297 yards, 2 touchdowns and 4 interceptions since the start of the year, Justin Fields (QB, Bears) is in a very bad position. He is close to the statistical lows in the history of the league, and could dethrone the record for the lowest number of assists in a season (at least 16 games) dating from 1978.

– Badly positioned at the end of the first half against the Colts, the Chiefs decided to play it safe and let the clock go, which obviously displeased Patrick Mahomes (QB). The Missouri pitcher got into a controversy with Eric Bieniemy (OC) which had to be calmed down by Andy Reid (HC). The old runner LeSean McCoyhighly critical of the coordinator, explained that his managerial flaws explain why he has still not obtained the role of head coach: “All Bienemy does is talk with the players… He doesn’t know nothing about the passing system or play calls,” the former Chief tweeted.

Kyler Murray: “You have to be awake when you play with me”

The Rams held the Cardinals out of the innings this weekend, and managed to padlock the Arizona offense for a valuable division victory. The offensive helplessness of desert birds annoys Kyler Murray (QB) who would like his teammates to be more focused to avoid mistakes and defeats.

“I told the guys that you have to be awake when you play with me. It doesn’t matter what the action is,” the quarterback said in post-game conference. “I have complete freedom to do whatever I want. We can’t play like that, fall asleep and think we’re not going to receive the ball. Everyone has to be involved, go all out, and we have to be better. It will happen, but it’s frustrating to lose and know that we could have played better during the game. »

Dan Campbell: “F***** I regret my decision”

Arrived in the fourth attempt on 36 yards from Minnesota with just over a minute to play, the Lions decided to attempt a kick from 54 yards to snatch the decision. They could have tried to convert, or to punt. And the bet having failed, the match flew away in three actions in favor of the Vikings. Dan Campbell (HC) bitterly regrets his decision. Him so proactive, he finds it difficult to accept his own lack of confidence in his training.

“I fucking regret my decision at the end,” the coach said according to “I should have gone there on the fourth attempt. I told the team that we should have gone… I hate that choice. I should have put the ball back in the hands of the offense, and so be it. I would have liked to do that. »

Marlon Humphrey: “Talking costs nothing, you have to show on the field”

Traumatized by the Dolphins’ comeback last week, the Ravens’ defense saw the ghost of the game resurface against New England this weekend. But the squad held on and created three ball losses in the last quarter to seal the match. The result and the final victory are of importance for the formation.

“It means a lot,” explained Marlon Humphrey (CB) according to “It was tough last week, knowing that the offense had scored so many points. And in the last quarter, the defense failed to make a stop. It was touchdown after touchdown after touchdown. So for us to lift our heads and pull off those big moves at the end was huge. A big confidence boost. A question of pride in being able to be this defence. Talking costs nothing, you have to show on the field. »

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