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– 49ers: season over for Jimmy Garoppolo!

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The Hawks finally ready to launch Desmond Ridder?

Every week, Marcus Mariota shows his limits at the head of the Falcons offense. Sunday was no exception in the loss to the Steelers. To the point of forcing Arthur Smith to finally launch Desmond Ridder after the upcoming week of rest?

“We will evaluate everything. All jobs,” the coach simply explained at a press conference.

This is the first time he opens the door. A little.

Rumors

– According to NFL Media, the 49ers and Jimmy Garoppolo (QB) would not be closed to the idea of ​​continuing the adventure together next season. For the moment, the two camps would not go into the details, but no one is closed to the possibility. Information that came out before the player broke his foot, ending his 2022 season…

– The salary cap could be placed “well above $220 million” for the 2023 season, according to NFL Network. It was $208.2 million in 2022.

injuries

– The news is reassuring for Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens). The quarterback left Sunday’s game with a knee injury but is expected to return soon. John Harbaugh assured a press conference that the injury should not end the season of his quarterback. Tests are scheduled for Monday. The coach spoke of an absence in days or weeks, without ruling out a return from the next game.

– Left at the end of the match due to ankle pain, Tua Tagovailoa (QB, Dolphins) was reassuring to the press. NFL Media agrees, reporting that the issue is not serious and that the player is expected on the field for the next game.

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Matthew Stafford (QB, Rams) suffering from a spinal contusion. That’s what Sean McVay told reporters after Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks. The coach confirmed there is a good chance his starting quarterback will not play again this season.

– Season over for Anthony Brown (CB, Cowboys), suffering from a torn Achilles tendon. It was Jerry Jones who confirmed this to the press.

They did not finish Sunday’s game:

  • Bears: Trevon Wesco (TE, jambe)
  • Bengals: Hayden Hurst (TE, mollett)
  • Broncos: Courtland Sutton (WR, hamstring)
  • Brown: David Bell (WR, head)
  • Commanders: Sam Cosmi (OT, single)
  • Eagles: Quez Watkins (WR, shoulder), Shaun Bradley (LB, hamstring)
  • Giants: Leonard Williams (DL, elbow)
  • Jets: Michael Carter II (CB, ankle)
  • Raiders: Rock Ya-Sin (CB, tight)
  • Ravens: Patrick Queen (LB, Ravens, thigh)
  • Seahawks: Kenneth Walker (RB, Cheville), Josh Jones (S, ischio)
  • Titans: Treylon Burks (WR, concussion), Kristian Fulton (CB, adductors), David Long (LB, hamstring)
  • Vikings: Jonathan Bullard (DE, elbow)

And letter

– Like every year, the rumor of a return of Jim Harbaugh on an NFL bench is back. According to NFL Network, several league teams are inquiring about the possibility anyway. This time, Harbaugh quickly responded, assuring ESPN that he will continue to coach Michigan in 2023.

The Packers at the top of history

With a 787th regular season victory Sunday night, the Packers passed the Bears for the greatest total in league history. The two teams were tied before their meeting. This is the first time in 101 years that Chicago has been overtaken.

Aaron Rodgers respects Chicago fans

Who loves good conversation too. On Sunday, Aaron Rodgers (QB, Packers) greeted the Bears fans during the game, but also when they leave the field. Why? In a press conference, he explained that he did not know if this was the last time he played in Chicago, and that, despite the middle fingers raised at him, he respected the Bears fans.

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Deshaun Watson is still a sad character

He made his return under the whistles on Sunday. Apparently it’s always earned.

During his postgame press briefing, a reporter asked Deshaun Watson if he had any regrets about the actions that led to his suspension. In short: when he made women cry, wonder why. Time to show some dignity? Not always.

“As I’ve said in the past, this is something that has been answered legally and medically, and they don’t want me to talk about it today. Of course, this is a difficult situation. The suspension was harsh. But at the same time my main goal was to win on the field today. »

Follow up from a journalist, who asks him again if he felt remorse for his actions.

“Like I said, I was just happy to be back on the track today. I did everything that was asked of me. I did all that and I was able to be on the field today to play. »

So no regrets.

Good luck to the Browns fans. The most hated person in the league wears the Cleveland jersey.

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