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  • Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:06:21 +0000: Bills say TE Knox fractured hand in loss to Titans - www.espn.com - NFL
    Bills tight end Dawson Knox suffered a broken hand in Monday night's loss to the Titans, per coach Sean McDermott.
  • Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:06:21 +0000: Jags cut Lambo, most accurate K in team history - www.espn.com - NFL
    The Jacksonville Jaguars have cut kicker Josh Lambo, who has missed all three of his field goal attempts this season. Lambo signed with the Jags in 2017 and was the most accurate kicker in franchise history with a 91.6% field goal percentage.
  • Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:06:21 +0000: Bears put pass-rusher Quinn on COVID-19 list - www.espn.com - NFL
    Bears linebacker Robert Quinn was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, putting his availability for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into question.
  • Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:06:21 +0000: Baker eyes TNF; Browns hope QB avoids surgery - www.espn.com - NFL
    Browns QB Baker Mayfield will get a second opinion on the torn labrum in his left shoulder, which he aggravated Sunday. A source told ESPN the Browns do not believe it's a season-ending injury or one that will require immediate surgery.
  • Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:06:20 +0000: Cowboys safety Kazee arrested on DWI charge - www.espn.com - NFL
    Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee was arrested early Tuesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in a Dallas suburb.

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  • Tue, 19 Oct 2021 09:00:21 +0000: ‘What’s up, babe?’ How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wooed Tom Brady - NFL | The Guardian

    In an extract from his new book, Lars Anderson relates how the Bucs promised that Florida could give the veteran a more enjoyable football life

    On the first day of the free agent negotiating period – it started at noon on Monday, 16 March –Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht sat in his office at One Buc Place and phoned Brady’s longtime agent Don Yee at precisely fifteen seconds after 12. “I’m calling about Tom,” Licht said.

    “You made the right call,” Yee told Licht. “You really made a good decision to call me.” Yee went on to explain that Brady had been paying close attention to the Bucs and Arians. He emphasized how much Brady respected Arians – who had written a book in 2017 called The Quarterback Whisperer – and Yee noted that Brady had been impressed with the work Arians had done with quarterbacks through the years. Brady had researched Arians, watching a documentary on him, and he admired how close Arians had been with all of his past quarterbacks. “You’ve got a good nucleus of talent at Tampa,” Yee told Licht, “and it’s important that the head coach, general manager, ownership, and the quarterback have the same commitment to winning.”

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  • Tue, 19 Oct 2021 03:56:01 +0000: Titans’ Derrick Henry tramples Bills as Buffalo’s late gamble fails - NFL | The Guardian
    • Buffalo Bills 31-34 Tennessee Titans
    • Buffalo pass up attempt at game-tying kick in final seconds

    Derrick Henry scored his third touchdown with three minutes left, and the Tennessee Titans stopped Josh Allen on a fourth-down quarterback sneak in the final seconds to beat Buffalo 34-31 on Monday night, snapping the Bills’ four-game winning streak.

    The AFC East-leading Bills drove to the Titans’ three-yard line on their final possession and could have sent the game to overtime with a field goal, but instead went for the win and didn’t execute. First, Allen was marked just shy of the first-down marker on a scramble. On fourth down, the quarterback moved from the shotgun to take the snap from under center. Tennessee’s defensive line surged forward to meet Allen, whose legs went out from under him.

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  • Mon, 18 Oct 2021 20:31:21 +0000: Seahawks have reached out to Cam Newton in Russell Wilson’s absence - NFL | The Guardian
    • Wilson is out until at least mid-November after surgery
    • Newton was released by Patriots before start of season

    The Seattle Seahawks have reached out to Cam Newton during Russell Wilson’s absence from the team after surgery on an injured finger.

    Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers was the first game Wilson had missed for the Seahawks since December 2012. The earliest he will return is the Week 10 game against the Green Bay Packers on 14 November. Geno Smith has filled in adequately for the Seahawks in Wilson’s absence but on Monday Seattle coach Pete Carroll admitted the team had talked to Newton.

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  • Mon, 18 Oct 2021 08:00:10 +0000: Baker Mayfield is not the problem. But he’s not the solution either - NFL | The Guardian

    The Cleveland Browns quarterback is a good player, maybe even a very good one. But he does not have the ability to put a team on his back

    The Cardinals clubbed the Browns 37-14 on the road on Sunday to move to 6-0 on the season. They now have the league’s last remaining undefeated record. For Cleveland, it was the same old nagging question: Is Baker Mayfield really good enough?

    This is not a league solely decided by quarterbacks. But it was hard watching the Cardinals romp up and down the field and not feel the urge to to draw comparisons between Kyler Murray and Mayfield. Two former No 1 overall draft picks. Two Heisman Trophy winners. Both stars at the University of Oklahoma.

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  • Mon, 18 Oct 2021 07:00:08 +0000: ‘Our sport can be safe and exciting’: NFL points the way for dealing with concussion - NFL | The Guardian

    The NFL now has 30 medical professionals at each game as it grapples with rule changes and greater head-injury awareness

    We are high above the plush seats in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the NFL’s chief medical officer and I, watching the Atlanta Falcons’ Cordarrelle Patterson getting dumped on his back. “As he throws the ball, keep an eye on his head,” Dr Allen Sills says. The tackle looks innocuous, at least at first. But then Sills asks a technician in the video review booth to slow down the footage before viewing it from another angle. Now it is clear that, as Patterson falls, his head spanks the turf and ricochets up. The incident, from the NFL game in London on Sunday 10 October, led to a call being made downstairs from an independent neurologist to the game officials – and to Patterson being checked immediately for concussion.

    In recent years we have learnt that, when it comes to brain injuries, what the NFL has faced first – from class-action lawsuits from former players to having to make rule changes to prevent concussions – other sports will eventually experience. It has been forced to confront and adapt. That is one reason the Premier League held a medical conference with the NFL last week: to share best practice when it comes to player health and safety, including concussion.

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