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Lamar Jackson expected to return for playoff opener
Absent for a month from the field after a knee injury, the return is close for the starting quarterback of the Ravens. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the Baltimore franchise expects to play the last game of the regular season without him but should find him for the start of the playoffs.
While Tyler Huntley is still limited by wrist and shoulder injuries, Anthony Brown could start the game against the Bengals at quarterback.
The Bills returned to practice on Thursday
For the first time since Monday’s tragic incident where Damar Hamlin (S) suffered a cardiac arrest against the Bengals, the Bills resumed training on Thursday. Coach Sean McDermott and some of his players responded to the press at the end of the session.
Tee Higgins relieved
It was following contact with Tee Higgins (WR, Bengals) that Damar Hamlin collapsed on the pitch on Monday night. If the receiver has absolutely nothing to be ashamed of on the action, the good news on Thursday evening has necessarily been a particular happiness for him. Especially since it was Hamlin’s mother who told him the good news.
“He’s better, so I’m better now,” Higgins told reporters after practice. “It feels good to know that things are going well for him, that he is better. It makes me feel better too. Everybody helped me to come to my senses, I talked to his mother and everything is OK, he’s fine, so I’m better. »
And to the few softened bulbs and other enlightened people who attacked Higgins on social networks, it was Josh Allen (QB, Bills) who responded at a press conference.
“I want to say another thing. I haven’t contacted Tee, but I hope he feels better today. I’ve seen things on social media, and the genre shouldn’t attack it. I’m glad Damar’s family said so too. It’s an American football action, and I hope he doesn’t blame himself, he couldn’t have done anything else in this situation. »
– Like the day before, Jalen Hurts (QB, Eagles) was limited to training on Thursday. His teammate AJ Brown (WR) told the press that he threw a few passes with the first team. (NBC Sports Philadelphia)
– Treylon Burks (WR, Titans) did not participate in the last practice. A few days before facing the Jaguars for a place in the playoff, Mike Vrabel (HC) did not seem worried. “I think he will be fit”he told reporters.
– Brian Burns (DE, Panthers) suffers from an ankle but he trained normally on Thursday. (Panther Wire)
– Andy Reid announced that Skyy Moore (WR, Chiefs)who suffered a lacerated hand in the last game, will not play the last regular season game on Saturday against the Raiders. Harrison Butker (K) was him back in training on Thursday after missing the previous day’s session due to back discomfort.
They are placed on the injured list and will miss at least 4 games: Antonio Gibson (RB, Commanders), Eric Fisher (OT, Dolphins)
– According to Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports, American television networks would again be interested in hiring Sean McVay as a consultant next year. This season the Rams coach has given no sign of a possible retirement.
– Jadeveon Clowney (DE, Browns) does not see himself continuing in Cleveland. “95% sure that I will not return. But there is always that 5%. we never know“, he explained to Cleveland.com. ” I just believe that I need to be around people who believe in me and my abilities. » Ambiance.
– Courted by the NFL, Jim Harbaugh announced via a press release that he intended to continue coaching the University of Michigan next year. In this press release, however, he is not completely firm: As I said in December, even if no one knows what the future holds, I expect to coach Michigan with enthusiasm in 2023.. What to leave the door open to rumors…
Bobby Wagner wants to hurt the Seahawks
The split between Bobby Wagner (LB, Rams) and his old team visibly sticks in his throat. This Sunday, the Rams will have no other objective than to deprive Seattle of a place in the playoffs. And it is a goal that is more than enough for the linebacker.
“Being in a position to ruin their playoff hopes is always a good position, something worth playing for. And it’s going to be fun to be back there, in front of the fans I’ve spent so much time with. It should be a fun match,” Wagner told ESPN.
Eagles offensive coordinator takes responsibility
Last week the Philadelphia franchise suffered its second straight loss against the Saints with a particularly poor offensive performance. Only 61 yards gained for ten small points scored, in the absence of their titular quarterback Jalen Hurts.
At a press conference on Thursday, Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen took responsibility.
“I haven’t done a satisfying job with my play calls. I haven’t done a satisfying job putting guys in good position. I have to do better. »
Mike LaFleur regrets starting Zach Wilson so early
After nearly two seasons in the NFL, the Jets quarterback is struggling to convince in the NFL. Drafted in 2021 with the second choice, he had his first tenure in his first game in the NFL. A choice that Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur now regrets.
“In hindsight, it probably would have been beneficial for him to stay on the bench and learn a bit from watching a veteran play in order to just grow in this league. Just be on the bench to watch and progress in training. »
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