Le petit dej’ : Julian Edelman prêt à sortir de la retraite ?

Le petit dej’ : Julian Edelman prêt à sortir de la retraite ?



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– Steelers: Minkah Fitzpatrick extends and becomes the highest paid safety in the league

Julian Edelman does not close the door to a return

It’s a bit of a fashion to retire and then go back and play again. Tom Brady was entitled to a retirement of a few days before returning to the controls of Tampa Bay. It’s Julian Edelman’s turn to ask the question. Present in Croatia, the former Patriot who retired in 2021 would see himself coming out of retirement to put on his favorite jersey.

“I don’t know, we’ll see. It’s called a little teaser. We will see. We stay in shape but you never know. I would probably go back to the Patriots. I love the Patriots. Foxborough forever”.

Will we see Julian Edelman again in the Patriots jersey or in another and therefore brand new jersey? Have.

No retirement for Robbie Anderson

A few days ago, Robbie Anderson (WR, Panthers) tweeted that he was thinking about retirement. Thursday, he was in training. Questioned by the press on the subject, he brought a simple denial, reported by the Charlotte Observer.

“I’m here, right? »

The receiver notably explained that he was going through personal problems when he posted the message, which he has since deleted.

George Kittle in favor of two weeks rest during the season

In 2021, the NFL added an additional game during the regular season, bringing the total number of games to 17. The playoffs also now host 7 teams in each conference. To preserve the health of the players (with in particular an increase in injuries in the lower body), the tight end of the 49ers has a simple idea: two bye weeks in the season. Asked by Kevin Hart on his show Cold As Balls, George Kittle would like to present an initiative already seen in 1993

“There is a huge physical load. And 17 games is a lot. There are a lot of games and a bye, whether it is week 4 or the bye is week 11. I plead for two byes”

The interview taking place in an ice bath, it does not change too much for George Kittle, he who is used to performing many treatments and treatments to preserve his body, already subjected to severe test in 5 years of career. The experimentation of these weeks of break had been a fiasco in 1993, will it be the same thing from now on? In any case, it is better to have players in good health than on the injured list.

Sports retirement for Khari Willis

Three seasons and then it’s the end. During an Instagram post, Colts safety Khari Willis announced that he was retiring from sports to devote himself to religion. Willis took the time to weigh the pros and cons but in the end, the final decision seemed obvious to him and brings him a lot of serenity.

“With much prayer and deliberation, I have chosen to officially retire from the NFL as I strive to dedicate the rest of my life to advancing the gospel of Jesus Christ. I am both humbled and excited to pursue the holy calling God has for my life, which brings me great joy and purpose. Thank you all for your support over the years.

Selected in the 4th round in 2019, Willis played 39 games for 189 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 9 blocked passes, 4 interceptions (for 1 touchdown), 1 forced fumble and 1 recovered fumble.

No transfer in sight for Terry McLaurin

Terry McLaurin (WR) wants a new contract and goes on strike when training resumes on the Washington side. But the Commanders coach, Ron Rivera, wants to reassure everyone and ensures that everything will soon be back to normal.

“We will not transfer Terry,” the coach assured the press on Thursday, via ESPN. “Negotiations are going in the right direction and it’s just a matter of time before the two parties agree on a new contract. »

There are precedents which show that everything is possible and that even a transfer cannot be ruled out. But this is not the first time that a player has waited for a new contract before resuming training as if nothing had happened.


–The Texans believe their first-round picks Derek Stingley (CB, foot) and Kenyon Green (OG, knee) will be fully ready for the start of training camp. John Metchie III (WR, knee) is on the return as well. It was coach Lovie Smith who announced the news to the press, according to USA Today.

– Marcus Davenport (DE, Saints) has had a complicated offseason. Victim of an infection following the rupture of the plate inserted to repair his injured little finger for the first time at university, the doctors had to amputate the top of his finger. In addition to the finger, Davenport also underwent right shoulder surgery. The Saints are hoping he’ll be back for training camp. (ESPN)


The signatures : Jared Pinkney (TE, Rams), AJ Rose (RB, Rams), Travin Howard (LB, Rams), Lil’Jordan Humphrey (WR, Patriots), Travin Howard (LB, Rams)

San Francisco wants the Super Bowl back

In 2016, Super Bowl 50 was hosted on the side of Santa Clara, at Levi’s Stadium. 49ers President Al Guido said local officials intend to bring the NFL’s big party back to the San Francisco Bay Area.

“We are talking with the NFL and all of our partners about bringing Super Bowl 60 and/or 61 back to the Bay Area and Levi’s Stadium. »

Remember that Super Bowl 57 will be played in Glendale and then we will go to Las Vegas (SB 58) and New Orleans (SB 59).

No Hall of Fame until Hall of Fame for Myles Garrett

Thursday, the Browns were invited to visit the Pro Football Hall of Famer because they were training nearby. But one man was missing. Myles Garrett (DE) was not present. For a simple reason, which he explained to the Akron Beacon Journal.

“I want to be there. It will take a lot of work. It’s a bit weird. I don’t want to see the Hall of Fame. I want to see it if I achieve my goal. It’s a bit of a test for me. You don’t deserve to go there unless you’re good enough to be there. I want to see the great players who came before me, but I also want to be part of them. »

Calais Campbell wants his ring with the Ravens

Calais Campbell will turn 36 at the start of the season but he feels it’s not the end for him yet. So he extended for two more seasons. The Ravens defensive tackle senses something special is brewing in Baltimore and he wants to be, as he told the franchise’s official website.

“I want to be a champion. And I think that’s a big reason why I feel like Baltimore brought me back. I think we have some unfinished business. This team is where we are, I think we were so close even though we didn’t make the playoffs last year. But if you really look at this team and see how we fought and how we competed, this team is about to do something big and I just can’t wait to get back to fighting with my guys. »

For Baltimore and Campbell, it will already be necessary to extricate themselves from this AFC which looks like anything but a quiet conference. It will be necessary to be solid and efficient to reach the playoffs and make their way to the Super Bowl.

Jameis Winston and Jarvis Landry start finding automation

This is the major project during this off-season on the Louisiana side: finding an air strike force. With Jameis Winston (QB) and Michael Thomas (WR) back from injury, Chris Olave (WR) drafted, and Jarvis Landry (WR) signed, things should work out better in terms of passing and shooting production. reception. We are still in the learning phase but the connection is going well between Winston and Landry and that is encouraging.

“I think it’s one thing to have a veteran with a lot of common sense, he’s just a player who knows how to break free and create space. I really admire that about him because it’s part of the receiver’s job. Hey, open up. No matter the level of route accuracy or defensive coverage, when you find a way to separate, you get the ball. »

Lately, Jarvis Landry also said that the presence of Jameis Winston and his leadership was one of the reasons for his signing with the Saints.

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