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Plumbing: it leaks a lot for the calendar of the 2023 season
The 2023 NFL season schedule will be officially unveiled Thursday night through Friday at 2 a.m. But the leaks have already largely begun. Until the flood. Organized and even often official leaks, relayed by franchises or chains. Here are the main posters already known.
Jets/Dolphins – Friday, November 24 at 9 p.m. (Week 12, Black Friday)
Eagles/49ers – Sunday, Dec. 3 at 10:25 p.m. (Week 13)
Eagles / Giants – Monday, December 25 at 10:30 p.m. (Week 16)
Chiefs / Bengals – Sunday, December 31 at 10:25 p.m. (Week 17)
Baker Mayfield will be put in competition
The after Tom Brady is preparing on the side of Tampa Bay. If Baker Mayfield (QB) was recruited on the free agent market, his pedigree of 1st choice of the draft will not guarantee him the starting place. According to Dave Canales (offensive coordinator), interviewed by PFT, he will be competing for the starting position with Kyle Trask, drafted last year.
“For me it’s win-win to put players in competition. If I name a starter today, the replacement will start acting as a replacement. But by saying that we really put them in competition, it will allow them to approach the preseason in this way, and to let them show us how they manage, if they manage to execute the plays, to avoid losing balls, that is going to be really decisive. »
An opinion supplemented by Thad Lewis (quarterbacks coach):
“I’m pretty sure the guys are going to have equivalent playing time with the starters, and then we’ll see what they manage to do every day. We will take note of missed passes, mental errors. Competition makes everyone better. »
Foster Moreau signed despite his cancer
Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma during a visit with the Saints, Foster Moreau (TE) seemed to be away from the field for a while. Optimistic about the remission of the ex-Raider, the doctors of the Saints have validated the signing of the player for 3 years and 12 million dollars, including 8 guaranteed.
NFL finance committee questions Commanders takeover bid
Josh Harris has made a $6.05 billion bid for Commanders. But the figure is not enough to convince the NFL. According to the Washington Post, the league’s finance committee met to analyze the offer on Wednesday, and it came out with… less clarity. The abnormally high number of financial partners would have raised questions.
These questions do not mean that the sale will not take place, but it could be slowed down. It would now be less likely that the sale will be validated at the owners’ meeting on May 22 and 23. A special meeting of owners could then be scheduled during the summer for a vote of approval.
– Shaq Mason (OG, Texans) extended with the Houston franchise for 3 years and $36 million, with $22 million guaranteed (Aaron Wilson, KPRC 2 Houston)
The main signatures of the day: Christian Covington (DL, Lions), Ben Stille (DT, Cardinals), Lamar Jackson (CB, Chiefs)
The main cuts of the day: Arthur Maulet (CB, Steelers), Lynn Bowden (WR, Patriots), Jacob Martin (DE, Broncos)
– THE Chiefs will be at the White House June 5. The franchise as well as Joe Biden announced the event. The traditional visit of the champions to the President of the United States was instituted in 1985. COVID and the recent political climate have shaken things up somewhat, since the Eagles (2018), Patriots (2019), Chiefs (2020, COVID) and Rams (2022) did not make the traditional visit. Joe Biden will live a special moment, since he is a declared supporter of the… Eagles.
– Henry Ruggs (ex-WR, Raiders) pleaded guilty to the charge on which he is suspected (manslaughter under the influence of alcohol). For this count alone, the 24-year-old former first-round draft pick faces 10 years in prison.
– Ed Flanagan died at the age of 79. Quadruple Pro-bowler, the ex-center played for the Lions from 1965 to 1974, then two additional seasons at the Chargers.
Dalvin Cook’s future in Minnesota uncertain
Author of 1173 yards last season, Dalvin Cook is not guaranteed to be a Viking next year. If Kevin O’Connell (head coach) wouldn’t say so explicitly, it’s the running back’s massive contract this season ($14 million in payroll in 2023) that’s the problem. Interviewed by ProFootballTalk, the coach wants to be cautious:
“We’ll see how things go here during the offseason. We’re trying to sort out some stuff, and I’m sure we’ll figure it out. And if that means Dalvin Cook is the running back for the Vikings, that’s something that will be great for me as a coach. »
Aaron Donald never thought about retiring
Three-time defender of the year Aaron Donald (DT, Rams) was at the center of retirement rumors during Los Angeles’ offseason punctuated by numerous defensive departures (Jalen Ramsey, Leonard Floyd, Bobby Wagner for example). In a press conference, the player nevertheless swept away the hypothesis:
“I didn’t think about it, really. No one wants to end their career on the result of last year (note: 5 wins for 12 losses). So retiring never crossed my mind. I was just trying to do everything I could to get back into shape for this season. »
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