Le petit dej’ : les Seahawks toujours sur Baker Mayfield ?

Le petit dej’ : les Seahawks toujours sur Baker Mayfield ?



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Seahawks still interested in Baker Mayfield?

The Browns still have Baker Mayfield (QB) on their roster. If the Panthers have often returned to rumors in recent weeks, the Seahawks would remain a team to watch.

According to ESPN, the Seattle franchise is still very interested in the former number one in the Draft. The leaders are even open to the idea of ​​​​signing him a contract extension if he ever arrives in a trade. As a reminder, Mayfield is under contract for only one year, at a price of 18.8 million dollars.

Season of overconfidence: Falcons or Texans?

Everyone is beautiful and strong in the month of June. The proof ? Two rather bold statements released in recent hours.

Olamide Zaccheaus (WR, Falcons) bet on collective ambitions in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“I think we’re a playoff team,” said the Atlanta player. “We just have to put everything in place. Start strong at the start of the season and don’t put yourself in a hole. I think we can surprise a lot of people. »

On the side of Houston, Pharaoh Brown (TE, Texans), author of 23 receptions for 171 yards last season, revived on more personal ambitions.

“I have slowed down the game and I understand the details better. It’s going to help me be an All-Pro this year. »

We will remember all the same that there are only two tight ends selected in the All-Pro teams. Brown has been in the league since 2017. Last year’s 23 receptions were his personal best.

The Flores case on trial?

According to The Athletic, the NFL has filed a motion to have Brian Flores’ anti-NFL racism claim adjudicated in arbitration rather than a trial in the presence of a judge or jury.

Still, Flores’ attorneys have asked the NFL not to interfere with the investigation. They consider that the progress made by the league on racism is incompatible with the lack of transparency that arbitration could constitute.

The response to this motion will be known in a month.

Roger Goodell does not have full powers

While he was auditioned by a monitoring committee on the working environment within the Washington Commanders, Roger Goodell took the opportunity to clarify his position vis-à-vis Dan Synder, the owner of the franchise. When asked if he has the option of removing Snyder from his post, the commissioner was very direct about it.

“I don’t have the authority to fire him from his job. »

The Commanders owner was also scheduled to be heard by the committee on Wednesday. But, he was not in the United States due to business meetings involving his franchise. Anyway, that’s the official pattern. According to NFL Network, he will be subpoenaed next week.


James Robinson (RB, Jaguars) tells the Florida-Times-Union that he won’t take risks to return at all costs for the start of the 2022 season. As a reminder, Robinson ruptured his Achilles tendon in week 16 last season.


The signatures:

Sections : Bradley Pinion (P, Buccaneers), Pier-Oliver Lestage (OL, Seahawks), Kahale Warring (TE, Saints)


– Former Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens player Tony Syragusa, known as “The Goose”, died at the age of 55. The former defensive lineman and field man for the American chain FOX had won Super Bowl 35 with the Ravens.

– The Tennessee Titans announce that they will open their training camp to supporters after 2 years of impossibility due to Covid and renovations. (Paul Kuharsky)

– The Green Bay Packers announce that 12 practices will be open to the public during training camp, including 2 joint practices with the New Orleans Saints. (Pro Football Talk)

Sean McVay (HC, Rams) will have a statue of him at the University of Miami (Ohio) where he played receiver during his university years (Pro Football Talk)

– The new Jacksonville Jaguars training center project is taking shape pending the construction of a new stadium. Indeed, 2 building permits have been approved by the town hall of the city for a cumulative amount of 24 million dollars. (Jacksonville Daily Record)

Terrace Marshall ready to take the next step

After an average rookie season where he caught 17 passes for 138 yards in 13 appearances, Terrace Marshall (WR, Panthers) is confident for the coming season despite the uncertainty within his team at quarterback.

“During the break, I tried to learn from my mistakes. Today, I am more comfortable and more motivated than ever.” he confides to the microphone of USA Today

With Robbie Anderson and DJ Moore by his side, Marshall has the opportunity to launch his NFL career for good in order to help his team.

Brandon Graham thinks about retirement

In a podcast dedicated to the Eagles, Brandon Graham (DE, Eagles) spoke about his upcoming end of career. The player would like to play 3 more seasons in the league. To the question if he would like to play elsewhere at the end of his career.

” You know what? I would like. But only for a year. I have a family that is settled now and they won’t want to leave right away. So it will probably only be for one year. But, we’ll see how it goes. My goal is to do 15 seasons and if possible, in the Eagles jersey. »

Today, Brandon Graham is 34 years old and has already played 12 seasons in the NFL. He is out of contract at the end of the 2022 season.

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