NFL update June 8: Titans will meet DeAndre Hopkins first


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The Titans, the first club to meet DeAndre Hopkins

DeAndre Hopkins interests a lot of teams, this is not news. However, he has yet to meet a single NFL team yet. Sunday, it will be effective. That day, catcher plans to meet Titansaccording to NFL Network.

Hopkins previously worked with Tennessee coach Mike Vrabel for 3 years in Houston. Indeed, at the Texans, the latter was the linebackers coach, then defensive coordinator between 2014 and 2017. Also, he knows the new Titans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly, who was assistant offensive coordinator in Houston during the same period.

Eventually, this addition would not be too much for a young group of receivers. Currently, we find in this group Treylon Burks, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine or Kyle Philips.

Vikings players in high demand

According to NFL Network, teams have contacted Minnesota for a trade involving Danielle Hunter (OLB, Vikings). Author of 10.5 sacks in 2022, the 28-year-old pass rusher would not be satisfied with his current contract, despite discussions for a contract extension during the offseason. For the 2023 season, the Vikings have offered an alternative: increase his salary without extending, he who will receive 5.5 million. But he reportedly declined the offer.

Absent from voluntary training, his situation could quickly become complex for Minnesota. In addition, at the end of the 2023 season, Danielle Hunter will be out of contract.

On the side of Dalvin Cook (RB, Vikings), a new courtier has appeared. It’s the Broncos.’s Matt Lombardo, citing a league source, says the Denver franchise is definitively interested. But, if a trade were to take place, Denver doesn’t have that many draft picks to give away.

Therefore, despite the interest, the Broncos could quickly be out of the game. Additionally, Denver had some good news regarding Javonte Williams a few days ago, according to’s Mike Klis.

The sale of Commanders is still dragging

Josh Harris has been supposed to buy the Commanders for weeks. But nothing is ever simple with the Washington franchise. On Wednesday, Jim Irsay (owner, Colts), gave new indications on the progress of the sale after a meeting between the buyers and the finance committee of the league, in which he sits.

“We are not done. But we are making progress. It was a good reunion,” Irsay told ESPN.

The Washington Post reported in May that the league was concerned about the unusually large number of buying partners. The Athletic specified that the group would be made up of 17 people. The NFL’s financial committee must validate the sale agreement so that it is then submitted to the vote of the owners.

“I imagine the earliest would be mid-July, or the end of July,” Irsay said.


– Already one injured for the season on the side of the Falcons. The cornerback converted running back Avery Williams ruptured his cruciate ligaments following a non-contact injury. (ESPN)

– More fear than harm for Ceedee Lamb (WR, Cowboys). For good reason, this Wednesday, the receiver had to leave training very early following a leg injury. For his part, the player would have declared to go well and it’s benign. (Dallas Morning News)

– Hit in the back last season, DJ Humphries (OL, Cardinals) resumed training on Wednesday. (official site)


CJ Mosley (LB, Jets) is still a Jets player. In 2023, he will receive 21 million dollars. A substantial sum for the Jets. Nevertheless, the team has already spoken to its agents about a restructuring. If effective, this could speed up negotiations for the contract extension of Quinnen Williams (DT, Jets). (New York Post)

– Former Broncos guard Dalton Risner would interest 7 teams. In 2022, he started 15 games for Denver as a left guard. (9News)

The main signatures of the day:Cameron Dantzler (CB, Bills), Carlos Davis (DT, Falcons), Ben Banogu (DE, Cowboys)

The main cuts of the day:Kyler McMichael (CB, Bills), Jake Verity (K, Buccaneers), Tiyon Evans (RB, Rams)

In short

– Asked about the Isaiah Rodgers case, Shane Steichen (HC, Colts) declined to answer questions regarding this topic. Under investigation for online bets, in particular on his team’s matches, the receiver was not in training on Thursday. (IndyStar)

Jaylon Johnson (BC, Bears) missed the first six spring training sessions. But it was not a matter of contract.  » No way. Anyone who knows me knows that’s not my type,” he told ESPN. “I wouldn’t even say I was on strike. I just had other priorities. Everyone knows I have a 3 year old daughter back home in California and I’m a dad first and foremost. Johnson, whose daughter is not living with him during the season, is back in training.

Brian Burns (LB, Panthers) confirmed to his team’s official website that he will wear number 0 from now on.

– THE Seahawks announced that they will be wearing their retro 90s jerseys in Week 8. As of now, the new version of the outfit has not been shown.

– Former Seahawks and Panthers offensive tackle, Russell Okung has lost nearly 45 pounds since retiring in 2020.

2022, a season to forget for Deebo Samuel

In an interview with USA Today, Deebo Samuel (WR, 49ers) made an honest, but brutal observation of his 2022 season.

 » It was horrible. In all aspects. Watching the videos, I was like, ‘Look how slow and bad I am' »

The catcher also admitted that contract talks wore him down, and hurt his performance.

In 2022, Deebo Samuel had 56 receptions, 632 yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. In the race, he produced 232 yards, for 3 touchdowns.

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