Breakfast: KJ Wright at the Raiders, the 49ers have a starting quarterback, it’s up to you
– Jurrell Casey hangs up the headphones
– The Bills want their new stadium, without paying preferably
Preview of the day: Pittsburgh Steelers
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Kyle Shanahan has nothing to announce
If some teams now take great care to officially announce their holder, often with the reinforcement of a nice visual on their team’s social networks, Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers will not bother. Jimmy Garoppolo or Trey Lance?
« I do not need to announce the quarterback, » said the coach to the press Thursday. “I think I don’t need to announce the titular punt turner either, but I think you can get away with it to figure out who it is. «
Jimmy Garoppolo started the preseason, and took most of the snaps with the starters during preparation. If Shanahan has confirmed that Lance will have some stock, then the number one spot remains with the veteran.
Cam Newton not averse to being a replacement, Cowboys not interested
Cut Sunday by the Patriots, Cam Newton (QB) is looking for a new team. Obviously, given the current situation and any 2015 MVP that it is, finding an incumbent position promises to be complicated. Especially since his level since his right shoulder injury has never really been the same.
According to Fox Sports’ Shannon Sharpe, Newton would not be opposed to the idea of being a replacement. Enough to extend the list of potentially interested clubs, and turn eyes to Dallas. Behind Dak Prescott, who returns from a serious injury, the Cowboys have only Cooper rush and Will Grier. For now, the coach Mike McCarthy did not let his interest sweat.
« We are very happy with our group (of quarterbacks), » he told Jori Epstein of USA Today.
– Kenny Golladay (WR, Giants) was back in training for the first time since his hamstring injury in early August. He could participate in the season opener against the Broncos. Saquon Barkley (RB) also completed his first contact training since his ligament rupture in the knee last season.
– According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Travis Etienne (RB, Jaguars) is going to be operated on after his foot injury suffered in the preseason game against the Saints. He will be absent for at least 4 months which will deprive him of the season but will allow him to prepare for next season.
– According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Media, the Buccaneers runner Giovani bernard suffers from a slight sprained ankle. He should be back, however, for their first week game against the Cowboys.
– Lions coach Dan Campbell believes Michael Brockers (DT), who suffers from an unknown injury that disabled him in the preseason, will be ready for week 1.
They enter the list of injured players (IR) * : Khalid Kareem (DE, Bengals, shoulder), Tim Boyle (QB, Lions), Da’Shawn Hand (DE, Lions), Cedric Ogbuehi (T, Seawhawks), Tremayne Anchrum (T, Rams), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (LB, Rams), Jack Driscoll (T, Eagles), Tyree Jackson (TE, Eagles), Josiah Scott (CB, Eagles), Willington Previlon (Packers, DL), Jordan Phillips (DT, Cardinals), Tavon Austin (WR, Jaguars) , Willie Gay (LB, Chiefs), Nicholas Morrow (LB, Raiders), Keisean Nixon (CB, Raiders), Jalen Richard (RB, Raiders) and Javin White (LB, Raiders), Kelvin Joseph (CB, Cowboys), Josh Ball (OT, Cowboys), Malik Turner (WR, Cowboys), Neville Gallimore (DT, Cowboys), Sean McKeon (TE, Cowboys), Francis Bernard (LB, Cowboys), Darrynton Evans (RB, Titans), Marcus Johnson ( WR, Titans), Daniel Munyer (OL, Titans), N’Keal Harry (WR, Patriots)
* Many of the above players were already injured at the time of being retained in the 53 members of the roster and are therefore moved to free up places.
– According to Josina Anderson, former Seahawks linebacker KJ Wright signed up with the Raiders for a year. He reunites with Gus Bradley, the defensive coordinator with whom he entered the league.
– The Ravens have announced the re-signing of Pernell McPhee (LB).
– The Eagles have recovered the former Colts cornerback Andre Chachere (several media).
– The Panthers have recovered Royce Freeman (RB) which had been cut by the Broncos earlier this week (official).
– The Jaguars signed the tight end Jacob Hollister, cut by the Bills (NFL Media).
– The Falcons announced they have signed Wayne Gallman (RB).
Today’s cuts: Hartage Watch (DB, Giants), Jabari Zuniga (DL, Jets), Rashaan Melvin (CB, Packers), Grayland Arnold (DB, Eagles), Luke Stocker (TE, Titans)
– Bruce Arians, the coach of Buccaneers, declared this Thursday that 100% of the members of the organization (players, coaches, staff were vaccinated.
– The Colts announced Thursday that they have activated Carson Wentz (QB), Ryan Kelly (C) and Zach pascal (WR) from the COVID-19 list. They were in contact.
– The Cowboys have activated CeeDee Lamb (WR), Damontae Kazee (S) and Carlos Watkins (T) from the COVID-19 list. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is also back.
– They get off the COVID-19 list: Ryan Succop (K, Buccaneers), Justin Pugh (OG, Cardinals), Robert Alford (CB, Cardinals), Johnnt Heer (P, Rams).
– They are placed on the COVID-19 list: Chris Garrett (LB, Rams)
– According to ESPN’s Dan Graziano, the Patriots are still open to the idea of a transfer from Stephon Gilmore (CB) who is currently injured and who has expressed his willingness to leave the franchise.
– Reuben Foster (LB), the 49ers’ first-round pick in 2017, who hasn’t played a snap since 2018 due to extra-sporting issues and then a serious knee injury, passes a try with the Jets according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport .
Nickelodeon back, to play you the same trick
In 2020, the famous children’s channel broadcast the Wild Card game between the Saints and the Bears. In addition to the traditional match, viewers had the right to specific animations in the cartoon spirit.
The experiment has apparently been crowned with success since it will be repeated this year. The Athletic reports that an upcoming Wild Card game will be televised again on the channel.
Keith McCants death
Former NFL player Keith McCants was found dead at his St. Petersburg, Florida home Thursday morning, according to a spokesperson for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. He was 53 years old. According to the information provided, he potentially died of an overdose, although this has yet to be confirmed. McCants had after his career had several problems with drug possession, as well as financial problems. As a player, McCants had played for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Selected as the fourth pick in the 1990 draft by the Buccaneers, he spent six seasons in the NFL, also under the colors of the Houston Oilers and Cardinals. In 88 games, he had 192 tackles, 13.5 sacks and one interception that he converted to a touchdown.
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