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The Seattle Seahawks are placing Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril on injured reserve, coach Pete Carroll said in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio on Wednesday.
The team has not formally announced the move, and it wasn’t listed on the NFL’s transaction report for Wednesday.
“For most of us, the last thing on our mind was a touchback,” cornerback Morris Claiborne said. “I thought at least it would [be] down on the 1 and we’d still have the ball and still have a chance to score a touchdown.
“In my 10th year, I want to celebrate the awesome opportunity I’ve had to play football by giving back to the communities that have given me that gift,” Long said in his statement. “Educational opportunity and equity are the best gateway to a better tomorrow for everyone in America.”
The inspiration behind Long’s donations came after the white supremacist rally in his hometown of Charlottesville in August.
“In August, we watched people fill our hometown streets with hatred and bigotry,” Long said in a press release from September. “Megan and I decided to try to combat those actions with our own positive investment in our community.”
Long — much like Colin Kaepernick, Malcolm Jenkins, Anquan Boldin, and others — continue to make efforts to creative positive change in the world.
After two games, it looked as if the Saints were going to offer Brees more of the same league-worst defense, which has dragged New Orleans down to 7-9 each of the past three years. The Saints were carved up by Sam Bradford on Monday Night Football in the opener and then toyed with by Tom Brady at the Superdome in Week 2. The Patriots and Vikings combined for 65 points through two games, and that was with the Pats mostly taking off the fourth quarter on offense. Same old, same old.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin left practice on Wednesday and was listed as a non-participant with a knee injury.
Benjamin walked off under his own power, and when asked about the 6-foot-5 receiver, Panthers coach Ron Rivera simply said, “Knee.”
However, the anthem discussion took another turn this season when President Donald Trump called players who kneeled “sons of bitches” who should be fired. It led to a wave of other demonstrations that had Kaepernick’s original message being diluted in some cases.
Vice President Mike Pence would leave a Colts game against the 49ers two weeks later after 49ers players kneeled for the anthem, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said players who “disrespect the flag” would not play.
So what does this all mean? The league’s endorsement of the legislation appears to be part of an effort where the NFL gives an effort on the issues that Kaepernick raised, while also being able to set themselves up to require players to stand for the national anthem.
Whether or not that rule comes to fruition will be determined this week.
The Bears, it seemed, had one last shot.
After trading field goals in the fourth quarter, we still trailed by seven, 24-17, with more than eight minutes left in the game. All we had to do was get a stop and give our offense the ball again.
The backbreaker was a nine-yard reception by former Bear Bobby Wade on 3rd and 8. That one killed us. The heartbreaker came five plays later.
It doesn’t seem fair for this to happen to a player who plays football the right way. But then, ask J.J. Watt about fairness: His superhero humanitarian efforts couldn’t make him any more invincible on the field this season.
Watt is at a crossroads himself. A bad back injury suffered last year had him questioning his football mortality. Now he’s dealing with a major leg injury, He’s about to miss 24 games in his prime years, when he was supposed to further build his case as one of the NFL’s greatest all-time defenders.
Ever since Kuechly was drafted early in the first round a year after Watt in 2012, the two have been vying for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors, with Kuechly winning the one that Watt didn’t from 2012-15.
McHale was fired in November 2015 despite being only 11 games into a four-year, $12 million contract given to the coach in the wake of the Rockets’ trip to the Western Conference finals the previous season. Harden believes that bitterness about the firing played a significant role in McHale criticizing him.
“Sure. And I had nothing to do with it,” Harden said. “I’m just here to do my job, compete at the highest level I can. But when you’re here, you’re face-to-face, and you’re telling me one thing — how great of a player you are, how you’re lucky that he’s able to be a part of this process — and then you go back just a few years later and basically just say the opposite, it just shows your character, shows who you really are. I’m not that type of person. I don’t operate that way. I don’t say things to somebody behind their back or tell them one thing or go on air and say another thing.”
Green Bay is notorious for sticking with guys in their system, so it’s no surprise that Packers coach Mike McCarthy stuck up for Hundley in the immediate aftermath of Rodgers’ injury.
Hundley deserves the start with a full week of preparation, though sticking with an in-house guy is only a good idea if it’s clear it will work. Packers fans better prepare for Hundley, for better or worse. If Hundley doesn’t have it, however, the Packers should at least consider short-term options.
Kaepernick is a legitimate option if Hundley doesn’t work out, and not just for the reasons that will get listed first. Sure, Kaepernick would get to play in his home state. This would end the debate about whether he’s getting blackballed, and we’d get to see whether Kaepernick would stand or kneel during the national anthem.
Forget how, on a night in which Cam Newton and the Panthers’ offense struggled for stretches, a Kuechly-less defense may have cost them a shot at winning.
Forget how they might function without him going foward and whether David Mayo can be a halfway adequate replacement at middle linebacker.
This is about how a beloved team leader is staring at an uncertain football future instead of peering into an opponent’s backfield. With Kuechly having already missed nine games over the past two seasons, a third concussion in as many years puts his career in serious jeopardy.
Panthers fans, media and players in Bank of America Stadium all knew that the news of Kuechly being evaluated for a concussion and then quickly being put into the protocol was more likely to have long-term reprecussions than be another temporary setback.
Specific injuries are laid out in the contract and include only past problem areas with Embiid’s feet and back, sources said. Embiid has to miss 25 or more regular-season games because of injuries to those areas, and play fewer than 1,650 minutes, for Philadelphia to have the option of releasing him for cost savings.
For example, if Embiid hypothetically suffered a serious knee or wrist injury — something outside the contractual language surrounding the feet and back — the 76ers would have no avenue to waive Embiid to reclaim any portion of his salary. And given Embiid’s rare talent, there’s a belief that he’d have to suffer a career-ending injury to inspire the 76ers to release him.
Each Raiders loss has felt like an exception, because they started this season 2-0, and the second win was such a blowout, Marshawn Lynch was dancing on the sideline. Those seemed like the real Raiders, the Super Bowl contenders, the team that would pick up where it left off last year.
However, Sunday’s 17-16 loss in Oakland to the Chargers seemed like the new norm, and that rout of the Jets four weeks earlier looks more like the exception. The four straight defeats have looked too much alike, the weaknesses too obvious, the underachieving too commonplace.
Carr used the word “frustrating” often when talking about it after the Chargers loss. Single plays stood out, but overall, the Raiders never got into a rhythm, and that kept the game closer than it ever should have been. Once again, after averaging nearly 400 yards a game in their first two, they managed 274 against the Chargers.
Titans: Lewan hurt his knee in the first quarter, later returned but watched the second half from the sideline. “I think it’s a very minor, small thing,” he said. “I don’t think it should be an issue in the future, and I’ll be fine for next week.”
Dolphins: WR DeVante Parker left in the first quarter with an ankle injury and didn’t return. … OG Anthony Steen was taken for X-rays after the game.
“We were going through those trials, and then when you keep looking, you say, ‘Hey, look, you might need to do something different here,'” Jackson said. “That is the decision I made. To me, it might have given us a chance to win the game. We just didn’t finish it.”
“Frustrated for sure,” Kizer said of his feelings. “My job as a quarterback here is to do whatever I can to help win. And it’s tough to do that when I’m not in the game for poor performance.”
Hogan guided the Browns to a touchdown on his first possession — giving the Cleveland its first lead of the season. He also had the Browns at the Jets’ 4-yard line early in the fourth quarter when they were down three.
After sending out the field goal team, Jackson used a timeout and called for a Crowell run behind guard Kevin Zeitler, whom the Browns made the highest-paid guard in the NFL during the offseason.
Asked later if he considered taking off a game out of concern for his own health, Adams said: “You always consider it, but there’s no point in sitting out when you feel great. … You’re not going to keep taking DayQuil if the cough is gone.”
This is no indictment of Adams, a tough, resilient athlete who is clearly accountable to his teammates. This is an indictment of the league elders who have failed to implement a policy calling for a mandatory missed game for anyone who suffers a brain injury. A senior NFL executive, Jeff Miller, has already publicly acknowledged a link between football-related head trauma and CTE. New York Giants owner John Mara, a member of the league’s competition committee, has already conceded brain disease represents the most serious issue confronting the league and that it is clear “repeated concussions can have a very serious long-term effect [on players].”
Dallas is driving down the field and will have it at the Green Bay 25 to start the second. Dak Prescott completed seven of his nine passes for 98 yards and a touchdown, while Aaron Rodgers was five-for-five for 52 yards and a score in the opening period.
Touchdown Packers. Green Bay answers Dallas’ score with one of its own. Aaron Rodgers completes his first five passes to open the game, including a 10-yard score to Davante Adams. But, Green Bay misses the extra point and Dallas maintains a 7-6 lead.
In the aftermath of the Bucs’ 19-14 loss to the Patriots in which kicker Nick Folk went 0-for-3 on field-goal attempts, the team is working out kickers in Tampa, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.
The tryouts are specifically for available kickers and so far free agents Andrew Franks and Mike Nugent are expected to be there along with 2-3 others, Rapoport reported.
While this may not be good news for Folk, ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio wrote that the workouts may simply be a warning. Coach Dirk Koetter said after the loss that they won’t make any “rash decisions” regarding their current kicker.
Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, right shoulder, 1:00 p.m. ET: Newton has been a regular on the injury report because of his shoulder and the offseason surgery he had to repair a partial cuff tear. He has played each week despite limited practice sessions and his status with regard to his shoulder has never been in jeopardy. As coach Ron Rivera indicated at the start of the season, this is the “new normal” for the Panthers quarterback.
Wendell Smallwood, Philadelphia Eagles, knee, (Q), 1:00 p.m. ET: Smallwood has seen increased work since the loss of teammate Darren Sproles to a season-ending injury. It may be taking a toll on his knee, as swelling kept him out of practice all week. Although he is listed as questionable and a game-time decision, the expectation is that Smallwood will sit out. That would mean more work for LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement.
Three key players for the Philadelphia Eagles were injured in the first half of their 27-24 victory against the New York Giants.
Running back Darren Sproles (wrist), defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (calf) and middle linebacker Jordan Hicks (ankle) are all out.
The warmest previous game at Lambeau Field was an 84-degree contest against the Los Angeles Rams on Oct. 6, 1963. There had been only seven home games at 80 degrees or more since 1959.
Sunday’s game was 102 degrees warmer than the coldest game ever played at Lambeau: the minus-13-degree Ice Bowl against the Cowboys on Dec. 31, 1967.
The warmest games in Packers history all have come on the road. Twice — at San Diego in 1978 and at Arizona in 2003 — they played in 102-degree weather. Last year’s season opener at Jacksonville tied for the third-warmest game in Packers history at 90 degrees.
Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints running back: “Yeah, [the fans] were saying, ‘Stand up, losers’ and all of that. You know that’s gonna come. I mean, I’m sure if you look at social media, they’re M-Fing us and telling us we’re the worst type of Americans. But I love my country. And I want the best for my country. And [Trump] claims he wants the best for his country — ‘Make America Great Again,’ that’s his slogan, how he got elected.
Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback: “I just think there is a great love for my teammates. … I believe in all of us coming together. … We all go through ups-and-downs and struggles, it’s life and we’re all trying to navigate it as best we can. I believe love is the greatest thing we have to overcome a lot of things.” Brady locked arms with his teammate Phillip Dorsett.
Limiting concussions has become a major focal point for the NFL in recent years, but Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn’t nearly as worried about them.
“I’m not oblivious to them,” Brady said in a CBS Sunday Morning interview, via the Associated Press. “I mean, I understand the risks that come with the physical nature of our game.”
Brady, 40, is not among the most mobile quarterbacks in the league, which makes him susceptible to heavy hits. His wife, Gisele Bundchen, stated earlier this year that she is worried about Brady’s long-term health.
Fresh off a Super Bowl win, Brady does not have retirement on his mind just yet. But when he does hang up his cleats, he’d like it to be his own decision.
Beckham returned to practice Thursday for the first time since getting hurt on Aug. 21, but was a limited participant ahead of the team’s home opener Monday night against the Lions. Although the three-time Pro Bowler worked on individual drills, coach Ben McAdoo said there is more optimism than last week that Beckham will play in Monday’s matchup.
Still, Lions coach Jim Caldwell is preparing for the game as if Beckham will play.
“We anticipate he will play. If he doesn’t, he doesn’t, and we adjust,” Caldwell said.
Beckham sprained his ankle in the Giants’ second preseason game against the Browns when cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun hit him just above the right knee as Beckham landed from a leaping attempt to catch a high pass from quarterback Eli Manning.