– Power Ranking S8: the NFC West is replacing itself
– Dan Snyder could sell the Commanders!
[podcast] Preview S9: transfers, the big sell-off
An open criminal investigation into the management of Commanders
There had to be a reason for Dan Snyder to start thinking about selling his team. ESPN announces that the District Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia has opened a criminal investigation into possible financial irregularities at the Commanders. The investigation is said to have actually started in April.
The franchise has already reacted strongly, accusing ESPN of ” publish more lies, only based on anonymous sources”. But without denying that an investigation is underway.
“We are confident that after these agencies have had a chance to review the documents and do their job, they will come to the same conclusion as the team’s internal investigation: that these allegations are simply false. . »
The NFL declined to comment on the matter at this time.
There were offers for Cam Akers
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Media, several offers have been made for Cam Akers. The Rams running back was among the players potentially traded but he didn’t move. The player’s agent and the Rams front office now need to find common ground so the player can play again this season.
The Bills enjoy OBJ
Without a club since leaving the Rams, Odell Beckham Jr. has leads. After an unofficial visit a few weeks ago to his former team, the Giants, the Bills, through his general manager Brandon Beane, would like to bring in the receiver.
“OBJ has a lot of talent. And you know me… if we think he can help us, we’d be crazy not to at least supervise him. »
– Chase Young (DE, Commanders) take a step back! His team has announced that he is off the injured list and will return to training. The still-only 23-year-old tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee almost a year ago.
– Another return, that of Cordarelle Patterson (RB, Falcons)! The running back is off the injured list and is expected to return to training. His team has 21 days to put him back in the final squad.
– Aaron Rodgers (QB, Packers) trained in a limited way on Wednesday, but he admitted to the press that he is still bothered by his thumb. Allen Lazard (WR, Packers) also trained in a limited way on Wednesday. He is recovering from a shoulder injury.
– Cooper Kupp (WR, Rams) did not practice on Wednesday following his ankle injury suffered this weekend against the 49ers late in the game.
– Absent against the Texans with an ankle injury, Ryan Tannehill (QB, Titans) trained on a limited basis on Wednesday. Same thing for Derrick Henry (RB, Titans)hit in the foot.
– Jonathan Taylor (RB, Colts) aggravated his ankle injury. Indeed, the player did not train on Wednesday.
– Concern for Keenan Allen (WR, Chargers). According to his coach Brandon Staley, his hamstring injury is not healing as expected. Already deprived of Mike Williams and possibly Joshua Palmer, another Chargers receiver would be on the flank. Bad news for Justin Herbert.
They trained on Wednesday Kadarius Toney (WR, Chiefs), Trent McDuffie (CB, Chiefs), DeForest Buckner (DT, Colts)
They trained in a limited way on Wednesday : Chuba Hubbard (RB, Panthers, ankle), Jaycee Horn (CB, Panthers, ankle), Mike Evans (WR, Buccaneers, ankle), Christian Barmore (DT, Patriots, knee), Davante Adams (WR, Raiders, sick)
They did not train on Wednesday : Donte Jackson (CB, Panthers, ankle), Antoine Winfield (S, Buccaneers), Matt Milano (LB, Bills, back), Jordan Poyer (S, Bills, elbow), Stephen Gilmore (CB, Colts, ribs), Jeffrey Simmons (DT, Titans, ankle), David Bakhtiari (OT, Packers, knee), Divine Deablo (LB, Raiders, back/wrist)
They come off the injured list: Cody Whitehair (OL, Bears), Elijah Molden (CB, Titans), Jason Cabinda (FB, Lions), Lucas Niang (OT, Chiefs), Krys Barnes (LB, Packers), Kylin Hill (RB, Packers)
They are placed on the injured list and will miss at least 4 games: Jordan Davis (DT, Eagles), Darrell Williams (RB, Cardinals)
The main signatures of the day: Jordan Wilkins (RB, Colts, PS), John Molchon (OL, Buccaneers), JJ Russell (LB, Buccaneers), Jojo Ozougwu (OLB, Buccaneers, PS), Justin Skule (OT, Buccaneers, PS), Eric Banks (DT , Cardinals, PS), Rashaad Coward (OL, Cardinals, PS), Brett Hundley (QB, Saints, PS), Akeem Spence (DT, 49ers, PS), Isaiah Hodgins (WR, Giants), Trysten Hill (DT, Cardinals ), Lamont Gaillard (OL, Dolphins, PS), Kamu Grugier-Hill (LB, Cardinals)
The main cuts of the day: Demone Harris (DT, Texans), Micah Dew-Treadway (DT, Texans), Rodrigo Blankenship (K, Cardinals)
– The Dolphins have restructured the linebacker’s contract Jerome Baker which saves $2.5 million in payroll.
– After the departures of Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn, the Chicago Bears have named their new captains: the safety Eddie Jackson and the defensive tackle justin-jones.
– Former Rams defensive tackle, Super Bowl XIV finalist, and college champion with Notre Dame in 1973, Mike Fanning died at the age of 69.
-Washington DC police said Wednesday they have arrested a 17-year-old man in connection with the shooting in which Brian Robinson (RB, Commanders) was shot in the leg in August. This young man was indicted for assault with attempted armed robbery.
TJ Hockenson expected to be transferred… but not to Minnesota
Traded with the Minnesota Vikings during the trade deadline, the tight-end TJ Hockenson expressed his feelings to official Vikings media for the first time on Wednesday. And he admits to expecting to be traded, but not necessarily with a division rival.
“I more or less knew it. I had my little idea. But, I didn’t expect it to be here (in Minnesota). In any case, I am super happy to be here”
And he also delivered his feelings about his former team, the Detroit Lions and it’s not necessarily glorious.
“We are here to win games. It’s almost the first time I’ve been able to say it. »
He is not wrong since since he was drafted by the Lions in 2019, he has won only 12 games for 32 losses and 2 draws.
No change in Cleveland for Deshaun Watson
Despite the good performance of Jacoby Brissett or the accusations against him, the Cleveland Browns plan does not change regarding the quarterback Deshaun Watson. The player, who has signed a fully guaranteed contract of 230 million over 5 years, will be the holder after his suspension. This was announced by his general manager, Andrew Berry. Today, the player has only been taking part in team meetings since October.
“Our mindset is to welcome him well when he is available and ramp him up appropriately. But today we are focused on players who can play and Jacoby (Brissett) is prepared to play and do his best against the next opponent.
The end of his suspension coincides with a meeting to face his former team, the Houston Texans, on December 4, 2022.
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