Breakfast: Kenny Golladay gets annoyed, Lamar Jackson embarrassed by his elbow

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Giants: Kenny Golladay expresses his dissatisfaction

Disappointing since his arrival in New York last year, the receiver no longer seems to be a priority target in the game patterns of his trainer Brian Daboll. An impression confirmed by the number of snaps played during the last match: 2!

This situation is not to the taste of Golladay who clearly complained about it at a press conference on Thursday.

“I should play anyway. That’s a fact. Of course, you know, I really don’t agree with this situation, or even like it. But I can only control what I can control. Just come to practice every day. »

Lamar Jackson limited by his elbow

Do not panic. Not for now anyway. Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens) admitted to the press that he didn’t throw the ball during Wednesday’s practice. He now appears on his team’s injury report with an elbow problem.

But in front of the microphones, Jackson was positive.

“I will launch on Sunday, and a lot,” he assured with a smile.

He still wears a protective sleeve on his arm, a first for him since his arrival in the NFL.

Tom Brady trained on Wednesday

Tom Brady (QB, Buccaneers) no longer had to train on Wednesdays. Finally, Tom Brady is Tom Brady, so he does what he wants. So he trained on Wednesday.

The bad news for him is that Julio Jones (WR, knee) and Chris Godwin (WR, hamstring) still not training.


– During the last training session open to the media, Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens) was seen with an elbow brace on his right arm. According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, he did not throw a pass to a receiver in that session. In a press conference, John Harbaugh (HC) was reassuring and confirmed that his quarterback would play the next game well.

Justin Herbert (QB, Chargers, ribs) trained in a limited way on Wednesday, as did Keenan Allen (WR, hamstring)who is coming back from the injury that deprived him of the match of the second week.

– Already hit in the back, James Winston (QB, Saints) is also hit in an ankle. That’s what appears on Wednesday’s injury report.

– Mike McCarthy announced that Michael Gallup (WR, Cowboys) should have a normal training load for the coming week. He is trying to recover from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee.

Gabriel Davis (WR, Bills) is slowly coming back from his ankle injury. In any case, he trained in a limited way on Wednesday.

– Kevin O’Connell announced thatHarrison Smith (S, Vikings)suffering from a concussion. So he has to get out of post-concussion protocol before coming back.

– Absent from training on Tuesday due to a neck injury, Myles Garrett (DE, Browns) should play tonight against the Steelers. (Franchise)

– Bad news for Joe Burrow, La’el Collins (OT, Bengals, back) a key part of the Bengals offensive line, did not practice Wednesday, according to the Bengals Wire. On his side Drew Sample (TE, Bengals) will undergo knee surgery and will be out of action for several months. (ESPN)

– Injured groin and toe, Frank Ragnow (C, Lions) was back in practice on Wednesday after missing the game against the Commanders. Amani Oruwariye (CB) also returned to the field. (Lions Wire)

– Good news in attack on the side of the Colts. Michael Pittman Jr. (WR, quads) and Alec Pierce (WR, concussion) took part in practice on Wednesday. (Pro Football Talk)

Trey Lance (QB, 49ers) was officially placed on the injured list. Kyle Shanahan has confirmed that his season is over. (Franchise)

They missed Wednesday’s practice : Roquan Smith (LB, Bears, hip), Aidan Hutchinson (DE, Lions, thigh), Xavien Howard (CB, Dolphins, groin), Hunter Renfrow (WR, Raiders, concussion), Harrison Butker (K, Chiefs, ankle )

They are placed on the injured list (and will miss at least four games): Giovani Bernard (RB, Buccaneers, ankle), Josh Wells (OT, Buccaneers, calf), Trenton Cannon (RB, Titans, knee), Chris Jackson (S, Titans, foot), Nolan Laufenberg (L, Commanders), Trey Lance (QB, 49ers)


– The Patriots sent Justin Herron (OT) and a seventh round of the 2024 draft to the Raiders in exchange for a sixth round of the same draft. (ESPN)

The main signatures: Andrew Adams (S, Titans), Terrance Mitchell (CB, Titans), Jordan Kunaszyk (LB, Browns), Isaac Rochell (DE, Browns), Arron Mosby (LB, Panthers), Daniel Ekuale (DT, Patriots), Jimmy Morrissey (C, Texans), Raheem Blackshear (RB, Panthers), Benton Whitley (DE, Cheifs), Takk McKinley (DE, Rams), Tevin Coleman (RB, 49ers, PS)

The main cuts: Javelin Guidry (CB, Raiders)


Brycen Hopkins (TE, Rams) was suspended for three games following a violation of the NFL’s Drug and Alcohol Policy.

Damonte Kazee (S, Steelers) was suspended for three games following a violation of the NFL’s Drug and Alcohol Policy. He is currently on the injured list.

– Glimpse at the edge of the field during the fight between the Buccaneers and the Saints, Bruce Arians, now senior assistant to the general manager of the Florida franchise, has been warned by the NFL for his behavior. He found himself in the area reserved for referees, players and coaches during the altercation. In his letter the league threatens to sanction him and his franchise, if it happens again. (ESPN)

In short

Stefon Diggs (WR, Bills) explained to the PFTPM program that he gained about 5 to 6 kilos of muscle during the offseason to be stronger against more physical cornerbacks and better take on tackles.

Kevin King (BC) will skip the season in an attempt to regain his health, according to Pro Football Focus. It must be said that in 2021, he had suffered the COVID, but also hip, knee and shoulder injuries. He has even reportedly turned down contract offers in recent weeks. King is 27 years old. In 2021, he had 29 tackles and one interception in 10 games for the Packers.

– Free Agents, Blake Martinez (LB) and Jason Pierre-Paul (DE) practiced with the Ravens this Wednesday, according to Jordan Schultz for theScore.

Britain Covey (PR, Eagles) told ESPN he had to park in the spectator parking lot before the Eagles game last Sunday. Promoted from the practice squad earlier in the day, he did not have access to the player parking lot, and security personnel did not recognize him.

Christian Kirk does not ignite

The Jaguars made a big bet by signing Christian Kirk (WR) for 4 years and $72 million during free agency. At the moment, the former Cardinals is producing. He gained 195 yards in two games. But no question of making it beautiful.

« For me, it doesn’t mean a lot, because I have to do it for 17 games, » he told ESPN. “And that’s my plan. It’s only two weeks. I’m here to do this for 17 weeks and help this team win. »

Lack of serenity among the Steelers

Author of two first performances with the Steelers rather unremarkable or even disappointing, Mitch Trubisky already sees his status as a holder called into question. For the quarterback, the attack is still in the running-in phase and he does not have complete freedom in game calls.

« We’re still figuring out when it’s a good time for me to make the play calls, » he told Steelers Wire.

Unfortunately, he doesn’t seem to be able to rely too much on the support of his teammates. Starting with rookie receiver George Pickens who complained at the microphone of of not having been served enough during the defeat against the Patriots. To the question of the journalist asking him how many times he was free to receive the ball:

“I would say about 90% of the time. I say that because I’m a big guy who runs 40 yards in under 4.4 seconds. I always have an advantage over someone and my stride is naturally longer than the other person, and I’m really fast. »

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