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Antonio Brown Suspension Hurts Chances of Returning to NFL

With Antonio Brown now facing suspension, NFL teams might be hesitate on signing him. Adam Schefter reported that Antonio Brown landed an eight-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1289268621718556672 Brown recorded 11,263 yards and 75 touchdowns in ten seasons. He spent the first nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before being traded to the Oakland Raiders. His time in Oakland was short-lived as he faced issues with his foot got frostbite, a grievance with the NFL over his helmet, and a reported fight with general manager Mike Mayock. The New England Patriots signed him to a one year deal after...

Chargers Should Start Tyrod Taylor

While Chargers fans might want rookie quarterback Justin Herbert to start, Tyrod Taylor is the right man. Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn spoke to reporters Wednesday about the quarterback situation with Tyrod Taylor. Lynn spoke about how Taylor will "probably be the day one starter." He also complimented his work ethic believing he's the "perfect guy" to mentor first-round pick Justin Herbert. https://twitter.com/MySportsUpdate/status/1288605391664951296 The Chargers will be starting a new quarterback for the first time after Philip Rivers has held the position for 14 seasons. Taylor has been a starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills and the Cleveland Browns. He's...

NFL Players Opting Out Shouldn’t be a Surprise

Fans can't be too surprised that NFL players are opting out of the season due to COVID-19. The first of the NFL players opting out of the season was Kansas City Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. He took to social media to announce he was opting out. Duvernay-Tardif has been working as an orderly at a Montreal long-term facility for the last few months. https://twitter.com/LaurentDTardif/status/1286839610727976965?s=21 As of Tuesday morning on July 28, ten NFL players have opted out of the season. Players have until August 1 to decide whether they will play or not. The New England Patriots have been the hardest hit as...

Jamal Adams Gives Seattle A Boost

Jamal Adams gets his wish as the Seattle Seahawks traded for the All-Pro safety. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the New York Jets traded Jamal Adams and a 2022 fourth-round pick to Seattle. The Jets received safety Bradley McDougald, two first-round picks in 2021 and 2022, and a 2021 third-round pick. https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/1287117397040791552 The move comes as the heels of Adams requesting a trade earlier in the summer. It has been an evolving story as New York did not want to give Adams a new contract. Adams has been outspoken about the organization and even called out head coach Adam Gase for not...

Washington Football Team is a Good Temporary Name

While some may question the move, Washington Football Team makes the most sense now. ESPN first reported that the team would officially go by the "Washington Football Team" until they decide on a new nickname. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1286334173947613184 Washington will be spending the next 50 days working on removing the former logo and name from the stadium and merchandise. The team is expected to be up and ready to go before their season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles. Washington will be asking for feedback from players, alumni, fans, sponsors, and the community when picking the new name. The team hired Terry Bateman as their new...

Michael Bennett is the Most Underrated Pass Rusher in NFL History

While Michael Bennett might not be a first-ballot hall of farmer, he is greatly underrated at his position.  Michael Bennett announce on his Instagram page Tuesday that he would retire after 11 seasons in the NFL. https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1285554293957853184 Bennett started his career undrafted to the Seattle Seahawks before getting cut in the middle of his rookie season in 2009. After signing with Tampa Bay, he improved in his four seasons there finishing his last season there with nine sacks in 2012. He resigned with the Seahawks and played there for five seasons. Bennett averaged about eight sacks per season there, was selected to...

NFL Takes Major Step with Testing, Preseason Cancellation

The NFL gives the players what they wanted by offering a potential of a cancellation of preseason games. It was reported Monday that the NFL offered the NFLPA zero preseason games resulting in a full cancellation. While this offer has been reported, nothing has been set in stone as of yet. NFLPA assistant executive director of external affairs George Atallah took to Twitter Monday to say that no offer has been made. "They had the right to set those (or not) under the CBA already," Atallah said in his tweet. The league and the NFLPA agreed to do daily testing of...

NFL COVID-19 Response Is Lacking

NFL players are asking the NFL to come up with a game plan on how to offset COVID-19 this season. Rookies on the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs are reporting to team facilities with the NFL testing them for COVID-19. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Monday that players will test for COVID-19 and go straight home the first two days. If the players' tests come back negative two straight days, they can take their physicals and start team activities. Kansas City and Houston are required under the CBA to report despite there not being protocols for the health and safety...

Washington NFL Team Needs Punishment for Sexual Harassment, Verbal Abuse Scandal

The Washington NFL team faces even more trouble after a news article exposes the team for their bad culture. On Thursday, the Washington Post released an article that has 15 women who say they faced sexual harassment by former Washington employees. https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/1283876236725452803 Those women also claim that the sexual harassment came from people within owner Dan Snyder's inter circle. Among those people include former director of pro personnel Alex Santos, former assistant director of pro personnel Richard Mann II, and Washington radio play-by-play announcer and senior vice president Larry Michael. All three of the men have either resigned or retired this past...

Jones, Garrett, Henry Among NFL Big Payday Contracts

The NFL saw Chris Jones, Myles Garrett, and Derrick Henry receiving big contracts. It was reported Tuesday that the Kansas City Chiefs and Jones agreed on a four-year deal that's worth up to $85 million. The Cleveland Browns followed suit with a five-year, $125 million extension with Myles Garrett. Garrett's deal makes him the highest-paid non-quarterback in the NFL. Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry got in on the action at the deadline Wednesday with a four-year, $50 million deal. Chris Jones' Impact on Kansas City's Future The big paydays all started with someone that most people weren't sure if he was...

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