Breakfast: Dee Ford soon to be cut?

Most of the NFL news for Wednesday, December 15, 2021.

Hot news

– Chiefs: Chris Jones placed on the Covid list!

– Covid-19: Christian McCaffrey, Odell Beckham Jr. positive, Rams hard hit

Podcast: the debrief of Week 14

49ers: Dee Ford Coupe?

The 49ers have until the end of Wednesday to get Dee Ford (DE) off the injured list. Embarrassed by back issues, the pass rusher hasn’t played since October 24. If it is not activated, its season will be over.

But maybe not just his season. According to Pro Football Talk, his lease in San Francisco could also end. According to the sources of our colleagues, Ford has already told his teammates that he thinks he is going to be cut, perhaps even this Wednesday.

Rumor confirmed for Russell Wilson

A few days after Jordan Schultz, the very reliable Ian Rapoport of NFL Network also claimed that the Seattle quarterback Russell wilson would have three destinations in mind in the event of a potential transfer: the Giants, Saints and Broncos.

Obviously, such a transfer remains uncertain for the moment since the Seahawks have the cards in hand and the player’s salary is one of the highest in the league at $ 39 million this season. The fact remains that after years of rumors and theories about the MVP title or the title chances, the name of Russell Wilson is now continually shaking the transfer market.

The salary is heading towards $ 208.2 million

Already announced for a few days, the increase in the salary cap is becoming clearer. According to NFL Media, the league sent a memo to its teams to inform them that the salary cap is expected to be $ 208.2 million in 2022. The figure has already been circulating since the beginning of December.


Ride Sweat (DE) and Jonathan Allen (DE), placed on the Covid-19 list by Washington on Monday, still have a chance to play this weekend against the Eagles according to their coach Ron Rivera.

They are placed on the COVID list :

  • Browns: Drew Forbes (L), Austin Hooper (TE), Jarvis Landry (WR), Takkarist McKinley (DE), Wyatt Teller (L), Jedrick Wills (T)
  • Rams: Odell Beckham Jr. (WR), Terrell Burgess (FS), Brycen Hopkins (TE), JuJu Hughes (FS), Alaric Jackson (OT), Sebastian Joseph-Day (DT) and Jonah Williams (DL)
  • Panthers: Christian McCaffrey (RB)
  • Bills: Tyrell Dodson (LB)
  • Bears: Eddie Goldman (DT), Artie Burns (CB), Sam Kamara (LB)
  • Washington: Kendall Fuller (CB), Tim Settle (DL)
  • Vikings: Danielle Hunter (DE), Dede Westbrook (WR)
  • Titans : Dez Fitzpatrick (WR, Titans)
  • Ravens : Trystan Colon (Ravens, OL, positive)
  • Lions: Nickell Robey-Coleman (CB)

They get off the COVID list: Ryan Kelly (C, Colts), Tyler Higbee (TE, Rams), Keenan Allen (WR, Chargers)


– Holder 9 times during the season, Jerry Jacobs (CB, Lions) suffers from a tear in the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee and will not be able to replay this season. (Detroit News)

– The Colts linebacker Bobby okereke did not participate in training due to unspecified illness.

They are placed on the injured list: Darius Phillips (LB, Bengals, shoulder), Giovanni Bernard (RB, Buccaneers, hip, ankle)


Main signatures: Nate Orchard (DE, WFT)

Main cuts: Austin Reiter (C, Dolphins)


They announced their candidacy : Isaiah Spiller (RB, Texas A&M), Carson Strong (QB, Nevada)


OJ Simpson is completely free. Sentenced in 2008 for the theft of sports relics at gunpoint, he was released in October 2017, but remained subject to judicial surveillance measures. The Associated Press announces that all of these measures have been lifted. Simpson still has a thread in his paw: he still owes more than $ 60 million to the families of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. Because if he had been acquitted of the double criminal murder, he had been ordered to pay damages.

Phillip Adams suffered from severe chronic traumatic encephalopathy

The autopsy performed on the body of Phillip Adams, a former NFL player who killed six people last April before committing suicide, revealed that he was suffering from very severe chronic traumatic encephalopathy. The doctor who analyzed his brain confirmed to The Associated Press that the 20 years the former 49ers cornerback spent playing football in his life certainly made his brain worse. According to the expert, the illness was unusually severe in Adams compared to other former players who died young.

Adams was 32 years old. His disease was in stage 2. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy has four stages, the last one was usually characterized by dementia. In stage 2, cognitive and behavioral abnormalities are observed, including aggression, depression, paranoia, or psychomotor problems.

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