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Everson Griffen surrendered without incident

No drama. While he was locked in his home, obviously convinced that people wanted to kill his life, Everson Griffen (DE, Vikings) ended up opening his door to the police. According to the statement released by his team, Griffen “ went without incident and is now receiving the care he needs. « 

The Bears back Matt Nagy

Fired ? Not fired? It was announced in the press that Matt Nagy would be fired after Thursday’s game. Everyone has since denied. The coach denied. And now it is George McCaskey who would have addressed the players on Wednesday to assure them that their coach will not be removed from his duties after the meeting against Detroit.

Not sure they were all relieved.

Lions: Jared Goff on his way to Thanksgiving

Ultimately, Jared Goff (QB, Lions) could only miss one meeting. According to NFL Media, Detroit is planning to start Goff this Thursday against the Bears at 6:30 p.m. The quarterback returns from an abdominal injury.

Ezekiel Elliott will play despite his knee

We saw him limp after a rather tough tackle from Wille Gay (LB, Chiefs). Cowboys running back Ezekiell Elliott admitted to the Star that his knee had a problem.

 » Its good. I mean, it’s painful. But it has always been painful. I would say it is no different than it was last week. « 

Suddenly, no question of stopping playing.

Injuries

– For the third time in a row, the Saints will play without Alvin Kamara (RB) this Thursday. The runner still has knee pain. Ryan Ramczyk (OL, knee), Marcus Davenport (DE, shoulder) and Tanoh Kpassagnon (DE, ankle) will also be absent. Mark Ingram (RB, knee) is uncertain.

– In a somewhat strange scene, Aaron Rodgers (QB, Packers) took advantage of his press briefing on Wednesday to show his foot to the camera. The goal was to explain that he suffers from a fractured little toe, and not from the « COVID toe, » a condition that produces inflammation similar to frostbite.

– Washington announced the return of Logan Thomas (TE) in training. He had been affected by an hamstring since October 6. His team has 21 days to activate it.

– The Browns announced that Kareem Hunt (RB) and Jack Conklin (OT) were removed from the injured list. They will be able to resume training and their team has 21 days to activate them.

CeeDee Lamb (WR, Cowboys) trained on Wednesday and he was due to meet with medics to see if he can break out of the league’s post-concussion protocol. Encouraging signs for his possible participation in Thursday’s game against the Raiders. (ESPN)

Baker Mayfield (QB, Browns) has been playing for several weeks despite several injuries. This should continue according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Baker Mayfield trained today and plans to start Sunday when the Browns go to play the Ravens in Baltimore

Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens) could not be lined up due to a virus last Sunday. He is back in training on Wednesday as John Harbaugh announced to the media.

– DeMarcus Lawrence (DE, Cowboys) has been appointed to drop off the injured list and resume training. Dallas now has 21 days to activate. (ESPN)

– End of season for Jamal Perry (CB, Dolphins). Brian Flores, his coach, has confirmed that the defensive back will have to end their season after being stretchered off the field in the last game against the Jets (Yahoo Sports)

Jaycee Horn (CB, Panthers) is back to training. Injured since Week 3 with a broken foot, the Panthers’ first-round draft pick last year. (NFL Network)

They leave the wounded list : Michael Deiter (OL, Dolphins),

They are placed on the injured list : Davion Taylor (LB, Eagles), Nate Ebner (DB, Giants), Robert Woods (WR, Rams)

Transactions

– The Dolphins have recovered Phillip Lindsay (RB) on the waiver.

The main signatures : Mac McCain (CB, Eagles)

COVID-19

They are placed on the COVID list: Logan Woodside (QB, Titans), Jonathan Garvin (LB, Packers)

St Louis and NFL strike deal for $ 790 million

Embroiled in lawsuits since the Rams relocated to Los Angeles, the NFL was finally able to close the cases that remained open in St. Louis. According to Pro Football Talk “It is not yet known whether Rams owner Stan Kroenke will pay the full amount or whether he has managed to redistribute some of the responsibility on his partners. They may have reached a comprehensive settlement with St. Louis and the issue of compensation may be the subject of a separate litigation. « 

Either way, the case is now over and the lawsuit avoided for the league. In the meantime, the settlement of the sum alone could be the subject of an entirely different dispute.

DeForest Buckner doesn’t envy Tom Brady

Brady impresses the world of sport as a whole by staying in the race for the MVP trophy at 44. But DeForest Buckner (DE, Colts) is far from envying him. In his interview with The Athletic relayed by Bleacher Report he smiled.

“If I play until I’m 44 it’s because I’m broke. « 

At 27, the Colt is 2 times All-Pro, 1 Pro Bowler but no ring. At his age Tom Brady already had two rings.

Nick Sirianni expects anything against the Giants

If there is one who is not happy with the dismissal of Jason Garrett, it is the coach of the Eagles. Indeed, its defense must review its entire strategy to adapt it to Freddie Kitchens, expected to ensure the call of the games of the blues and whites during the next meeting. This is what NBC Sports reports

“You have to go back and look at some things that Kitchens did in Cleveland,” Sirianni said. “Of course you’re looking for every advantage you can get out of it, you’re looking for trends. You have to go back in your preparation. I have already said it here, he is another coach. There are going to be different games. There will be different things he will do, which Coach Garrett will not do or vice versa. We just have to be ready for anything. « 

Robert Saleh defends trade for Joe Flacco

After the announcement of his non-vaccination last week, Joe Flacco (QB, Jets) is on the Covid list. He is expected to miss the game against the Texans, his third missed game since being in the green uniform. However his coach remains optimistic and convinced to be the winner of the exchange as he explains ESPN.

« I’ll always stick with this: When someone offers a sixth round pick for a player of Joe’s caliber, for me there is no risk. »

For Robert Saleh, draft capital is not the alpha and omega of a franchise and Joe Flacco brings something else.

“I know we consider draft capital a lot, but it’s an easy decision to make. He’s a proven quarterback, one who won the Super Bowl, who holds records, a guy who can put an offense in order if he has to, which he did on Sunday. He did a phenomenal job against Miami. That in itself is worth its weight in gold ”.

In the field, Flacco’s last appearance was already with the Jets in 2020 for 5 games and 864 yards for a ratio of 6 touchdowns for 3 interceptions.

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