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Six new complaints against Deshaun Watson

It is now 13. On Monday, six new civil proceedings were launched against Deshaun Watson (QB), again for sexual assault. This brings the total to thirteen.

The facts are still quite similar. Massage appointments, taken on Instagram or even directly in spas. Watson who would ask to be treated close to the genitals, before attempting to touch the masseuse with his penis. In one of the proceedings launched on Monday, he is notably accused of trying to force a woman to give him a fellatio. Two others accuse him of having ejaculated during a session, including one on his face. Watson is also accused of touching the buttocks and genitals of another woman and masturbating in front of her.

The most recent charges relate to facts that allegedly took place in early March 2021.

As a reminder, the NFL contacted the lawyer for the alleged victims to investigate.

Michael Brockers apologized to Jared Goff

He hailed the arrival of Matthew Stafford (QB) to the Rams as an “improvement” to the position of quarterback. But a few days later Michael Brockers (DL) reunited with Jared Goff (QB) at Lions after also being traded. The necessary adjustment has taken place, the two men have settled their differences and all is well in Detroit.

“I just wanted to go see him, like a man, and explain to him that I have enormous respect for him, that it wasn’t a personal attack, that I was just trying to motivate the Rams fan base,” he said. Brockers explained to

Green Bay talks to Rodgers about his contract

We know that relations are still not looking good between the quarterback and his management. We’re going to have to walk on eggshells to satisfy Aaron Rodgers. He wants sporting and financial security. The franchise seeks to afford a financial margin below the salary cap. According to Mike Silver (NFL Network), Green Bay is working to restructure the league’s triple MVP contract. It remains to be seen whether this is a transformation of the base salary into a signing bonus or something more complex by adding cancellable years to spread the payroll of Aaron Rodgers’ contract. The issue of number 12 will still be talked about for a little while and the name of Jordan Love will be associated with the future of the franchise. Whether that will be in 2022 or later remains to be seen.

Baltimore recovers salary cap

The Ravens are reclaiming space in his salary cap by handling the contracts of Calais Campbell (DE) and Brandon Williams (DT). Field Yates (ESPN) announces that the two operations convert salary base into signing bonuses and recover $ 4.5 million: $ 3 million for Campbell and 1.5 million for Williams. Some money to continue strengthening the Ravens team in the weeks to come.

Video review: more power for officials in the stadium

According to NBC Sports, the owners of the league will vote in a few weeks to change the rules of the video review. The idea would be to give more power to the officials present in the stadium. They currently have prerogatives during the last two minutes of half-time, but their capacity would be extended to the whole match. They could thus comment on receptions / non-receptions, downs by contact or line edge calls. In addition, the coaches would retain their rights to review.

The desire to avoid controversy therefore seems to prevail over the fear of seeing the game slowed down by more regular replays.


– San Francisco had a « great interest » in Tavon Wilson (S, ex-Lions), and the 49ers took action. The two sides signed a one-year agreement. (

Kai Locksley (QB, ex-UTEP) shared on Twitter a photo of him signing a deal with the Dolphins. However, according to the Herald, Miami is considering positioning him as receiver.

– Pittsburgh has hired Tyler Simmons (WR, ex-Texans) for one year. (

Ola Adeniyi (LB) leaves Pittsburgh for Nashville. The linebacker has signed for a year with the Titans. (

Chris Conley (WR) remains in the same division but changes franchise from Jaguars to Texans. The contract is for one year. (Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle)

– The Raiders engage Matt Dickerson (DL, ex-Titans) for one year and $ 1.25 million. (Ian Rapoport of NFL Network)

– The Raiders, this time, extend Andre James (OL). According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the contract is for a period of 3 years and $ 12.5 million ($ 6 million is guaranteed).

Chris Wormley (DT) goes back to the Steelers. The extension is for two seasons. (

– A famous head and a new one on the side of the Cardinals. The franchise formalizes the extension of Max Garcia (OL) and the arrival of Brian Winters (OG) from the Bills. Both contracts are for one season. (

– According to the Detroit Free Press, the Panthers cut Lirim Hajrullahu (PK).

– The Chargers have announced the return of Stephen Anderson (TE) in the workforce. (

– The 49ers announce the return of Jaquiski Tartt (S) for an additional season. (Peter Schrager of NFL Media)

– The Bengals formalize the return of Kevin Huber (P) for an additional season.

– The Raiders formalize the arrival of Darius Philon (DL). The former Charger was fired from the team last season due to an arrest in possession of a firearm.

– Houston formalizes the arrival of Hardy Nickerson Jr (LB) who was in Minnesota last season.

Nick Keizer (TE) is reportedly in the process of finalizing a new one-year contract with the Chiefs. (Kansas City Star)

Sam Tevi (OT) must sign with the Colts. (NFL Media)


– 93.7 The Fan’s John Clayton says Russel Wilson continues to pressure Seattle to recruit Antonio Brown (WR, Buccaneers).

– Even if he resigned very quickly with the Buccaneers, Rob Gronkowski (TE) was indeed a free agent. He confirmed at a press conference to have been in contact with the Bills, as well as two other franchises. (

– The Eagles reportedly met Joe Flacco (QB, ex-Broncos), according to Pro Football Talk.

Sammy Watkins (WR, ex-Chiefs) will visit the Ravens looking to strengthen themselves as wide receiver, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Nick Easton (OG, ex-Saints) is expected to visit from Cincinnati and Houston. New Orleans is also keeping an eye on its veteran, who was cut last month for cap space reasons. (ESPN)

– In the desert, still no news from Larry Fitzgerald (WR). The signing of AJ Green doesn’t make it mandatory for the future Hall of Famer to return to the squad, but Steve Keim (GM) has confirmed that the franchise has no indication of the veteran’s pick just yet.

Lawrence Guy (DT, ex-Patriots) should spend a visit to the Miami side. If the visit is successful, he would reunite with Brian Flores, whom he had known for 2 seasons in New England.


– Projected in the first round of the draft, Caleb Farley (CB, Hokies) will not participate in the Virginia Tech Pro Days. He’s going to have an operation on his back for a microdiscectomy. As the procedure is minimally invasive, it should be handed over for summer camps. (ESPN)

Robert Kraft: « The spending madness has been exciting »

Rather known as a frugal club, New England gave in to a buying frenzy that the franchise hadn’t seen in the open market for a long time. With $ 130 million guaranteed in a matter of days, the Patriots have taken advantage of their large payroll during a meager year in the league. Robert Kraft (owner) confirmed to that this spending madness had been « exciting ».

“Look, we want to win. We used to win all the time. We were spoiled rotten. And that’s our goal… (The free walk) was a chance for us to recharge. We’ve never done that in all the years I’ve owned the team. While we were looking to recruit players, normally in the open market you would be competing with 10 or 12 teams. This year there were 2 or 3.

“Look, we won’t know until the fall. We always laugh at the people who make the headlines in March. But now, I think we really improved our team. « 

Kendrick Bourne: « I believe in Cam Newton, he will tear everything up »

Freshly landed in the New England arsenal, Kendrick Bourne (WR) attended his first conference as a Patriot. If he explained that the quarterback position had not influenced his choice of club, he said he was satisfied to have Cam Newton as a pitcher. Bourne is a fan of Newton, and Newton called him up to congratulate him on joining the franchise.

“It was awesome. I told him I’ve been a fan for a very long time, ”Bourne told NESN and the Providence Journal. “I know he’s going to have a great year. I’m just excited to play with him. […] I believe in Cam Newton, he’s gonna rip. « 

Frank Reich: « Carson Wentz always has what it takes »

Before deciding to set up an exchange for Carson Wentz (QB), Frank Reich (HC, Colts) revised his videos on the young pitcher. His work has convinced him that Wentz still has what it takes to win in the NFL.

“All there was to do was go back to the 2019 videos. With four games to go, the Eagles had to take it all,” Reich told “And not only did they get the card, but in every one of those games, if I remember the videos correctly, Carson had to play really well in the second half. He played a big role in this team’s victory in the second half. « 

“Now it’s team wins, team efforts, it wasn’t a one-man show. But Carson pulled off the actions a quarterback needs to pull off when you need four straight wins to get to the playoffs. He did, and it wasn’t in 2017. It was in 2019. So in my mind, that just confirmed to me that this guy still has what it takes. « 

Patrick Peterson: two hours, packed, it’s weighed!

Patrick Peterson (CB) left Arizona to enlist with the Vikings for a year. Attracted by the prospect of playing for Mike Zimmer, negotiations did not drag on. As revealed by Rick Spielman (GM), Peterson’s agent contacted Minnesota to test the club’s interest. Two hours later an agreement was reached for 10 million dollars.

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