Breakfast: Jalen Hurts and Ryan Tannehill uncertain

Breakfast: Jalen Hurts and Ryan Tannehill uncertain

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Jalen Hurts uncertain to face Cowboys

Bad news for the Eagles, who are about to face the Cowboys in a game at the top of the NFC. According to ESPN, Jalen Hurts (QB)), a candidate for the title of MVP, was hit in the shoulder against the Bears and is doubtful for next Saturday’s game. The quarterback was injured at the end of the third quarter when Trevis Gipson (DE) tackled him to the ground.

Titans: Ryan Tannehill uncertain to face Houston

Hit in the ankle against the Chargers, Ryan Tannehill (QB, Titans) still came back into play and finished the meeting this weekend.

However Mike Vrabel (HC) does not decide for the upcoming match against the Texans next Saturday. According to ProFootballTalk.com, he assures that his quarterback will do everything to be ready, and that if he can he will play. The coach however slipped a few compliments on the progress of Malik Willis (QB) during his press conference.

Colts: end of season in sight for Jonathan Taylor

The Colts are already playing for nothing this season, but it will be more without Jonathan Taylor (RB). Either way, it’s likely. According to ESPN, the running back would suffer from an ankle ligament sprain and should miss the last three meetings. Taylor had already been shot in the right ankle earlier in the year.

Taylor has 861 yards in 11 games this year, his lowest career campaign.

Player trades: NFL wants to encourage teams by extending the deadline

The league saw a record number of player swaps in 2022. 10 transfers were completed, involving 12 players. The league’s general manager’s advisory committee discussed a possible one- to two-week deadline extension during the owners’ meeting last week, and NFL Network believes the move would be welcomed by franchises.

If an official proposal were tabled, it could go to the votes next spring, and would require at least the agreement of 3/4 of the owners to be adopted.

injuries

Mike White (QB, Jets) is still suffering from a broken rib and is not expected to be available this week against Jacksonville. For the moment Robert Saleh (HC) does not advance on his ability to return to the field, and explained to the New York Daily News that the quarterback remains under evaluation.

– According to NFL Media, Marcus Peters (CB, Ravens) suffers from a strained calf and is expected to be out for at least one game. For its part, Calais-Campbell (DE) is hit in the left knee and is considered unlikely for Saturday’s game against the Falcons (ESPN).

– Brandon Staley (HC, Chargers) told TheAthletic.com that he hopes for a return from Derwin James (S) in training this week. James has missed the last two games with a groin injury. On the other hand, with regard to Joey Bosa (DE) also affected in the groin since week 3, the coach “has no news to give”.

– The excellent defensive line of Cincinnati will still have to do without one of its assets. After Trey Hendrickson (DE, wrist), it’s Sam Hubbard (DE) who should be out for a few weeks following a calf injury suffered against the Buccaneers. But according to NFL Media he should be returned for the playoffs.

– Even if he avoided a torn ligament, Cam Robinson (LT, Jaguars) will miss the rest of the season. Doug Pederson (HC) has announced that his lineman has suffered a meniscus injury and will be out for several weeks. He will be replaced on the blind side by Walker Little (OT). (ProFootballTalk.com)

– According to Stephen Jones (Cowboys, Executive Vice President), Leighton Vander Esch (LB) did not hurt his neck against the Jaguars, but suffered a shoulder contracture. Good news according to the leader, since even if the linebacker will be absent for a while he will not miss the rest of the season. (105.3 The Fan)

– The season of Caleb Huntley (RB, Falcons) is finished. The runner tore his Achilles tendon. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

– Matt Eberflus (HC, Bears) announced that the club hopes for the return of Khalil Herbert (RB), hip) to face the Bills at the end of the week. The running back has been out for 4 games, but his coach says he is fit and ready to play. (Chicago Sun-Times)

Brian Allen (C, Rams) did not finish Monday’s game due to a knee injury. He came out on the second action.

They come off the injured list: Ike Boettger (OL, Bills)

Transactions

– NFL Network announces that the Packers are cutting ties with Sammy Watkins (WR). In 2022, the receiver only participated in 9 games, with 13 passes caught for 206 yards and no touchdowns.

The main signatures of the day: Gregory Junior (CB, Jaguars, promoted from practice squad), Patrick Taylor (RB, Packers), Earnest Brown (DE, Rams, promoted from practice squad), TJ Carter (DE, Rams, promoted from practice squad), John Simpson ( OG, Ravens, PS)

The main cuts of the day: Brandin Bryant (DT, Bills), Curtis Brooks (DT, Colts), Tyree Gillespie (S, Jaguars), Julian Stanford (LB, Ravens)

Justice

JC Jackson (CB, Chargers) was arrested on Monday and taken into custody for a “family matter” which did not involve violence. No additional details have been revealed at this time according to ESPN. The arrest took place in Massachusetts. Jackson is currently on the injured list with a knee problem.

Failing to be able to stop him, the adversaries aim for Justin Jefferson?

Kevin O’Connell (HC, Vikings) finds that the covers against Justin Jefferson (WR) are not correct. The young star continues to panic the counters, but also seems to be the target of defenders who would play dirty if unable to contain him. This weekend it was Stephon Gilmore (CB, Colts) who received a penalty after a contact deemed illegal.

“It must be the fifth or sixth week in a row that he takes a shock that triggers a penalty. There’s definitely a tendency in the teams we meet, it doesn’t seem to happen by accident,” the coach told the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

Commanders: Ron Rivera is playing continuity… for now

Despite a mixed outing and two fumbles lost to the Giants, Taylor Heinicke (QB, Commanders) will not lose his starting position this week. While Ron Rivera didn’t appreciate his quarterback’s mistakes, he said he’s “just sticking with Taylor and what (he’s) trying to establish.” But a new misstep against the 49ers this week, and the coach will consider turning to Carson Wentz.

“To be honest, it’s something I have to think about at some point,” Rivera told ESPN.com. “But if we put things back on their feet, find our game, and return to our efficiency, we will continue as we are. »

Jets: Sauce Gardner is disappointed with his game against the Lions

Tipped as a serious candidate for the title of best defensive rookie of the year, Gardner Sauce (BC, Jets) is not satisfied with his game against Detroit. He just wasn’t tested by the Lions attack. And he digests it badly, he who would have liked to have more impact on the game and shine in his hometown. He was specifically aiming for a pick 6, which the azure and argent obviously tried to avoid.

“I take it personally. I wanted to have a strong and big impact on the game,” the defensive end told LarryBrownSports.

Patrick Mahomes: more champion than MVP

A few weeks before the end of the regular season, NFL players do not have many opportunities to round up their statistics or play their joker for a reward for the title of the year 2022. For its part, Patrick Mahomes (QB, Chiefs) knows what he wants. The title of Most Valuable Player? That’s not his goal.

“Honestly, I don’t care,” Mahomes told ProFootballTalk.com. “As long as we win the Super Bowl, it doesn’t matter to me. I’m just trying to hold my position and be competitive. I won MVP and I won the Super Bowl, and the Super Bowl is much better. »

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