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December

05
Ravens say QB Lamar Jackson ‘week-to-week’ with knee inju

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is “week-to-week” with a knee injury after undergoing MRIs on Monday, coach John Harbaugh stated. “As the week goes on, we’ll see for this week,” Harbaugh said. “It’s probably less likely for this week but it’s not impossible. Then, after that, it’ll become more and more likely.” If Jackson is sidelined this week, backup Tyler Huntley would start for the Ravens (8-4), who play at the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-7) on Sunday. Huntley is 1-3 as a starter, throwing two touchdowns and four interceptions. In Sunday’s 10-9 triumph over the Denver Broncos, Jackson was hurt on the last play of the first quarter when […]

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November

02
Ravens acquire LB Roquan Smith in trade with Bears

The Baltimore Ravens filled the biggest void in the middle of their defense with the NFL’s leading tackler. The Ravens got Chicago Bears linebacker Roquan Smith on Tuesday, sending the Bears a second- and a fifth-round pick in 2023 for Smith, who tops the NFL with 83 tackles this season. As part of the trade, the Ravens also sent linebacker A.J. Klein to Chicago. Smith was owed $5.408 million for the rest of the season. As part of the trade agreement, the Bears are paying Smith $4.833 million while the Ravens are paying him the league-minimum $575,000 for the rest of the season, sources told ESPN’s Adam […]

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September

08
New York Jets QB Zach Wilson likely out until Week 4; Joe Flacco to start season opener vs. Baltimore Ravens

Two days after hinting that Zach Wilson could play in their season opener, the New York Jets revealed Wednesday that the second-year quarterback will miss at least three games as he continues to recover from arthroscopic knee surgery. Jets coach Robert Saleh stated Wilson won’t play until Week 4 “at the earliest” — a road game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. This means the Jets will open the season with Joe Flacco at quarterback, starting Sunday at MetLife Stadium versus the Baltimore Ravens — the team that drafted him in 2008. “We’re going to make sure mind and body are 110 percent and make sure we do right by him,” […]

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September

02
Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos agree to 5-year extension worth $245 million, including $165 million guaranteed

From the moment the Denver Broncos landed Russell Wilson in a franchise-altering trade this past March, general manager George Paton insisted that the team’s goal was to sign the star quarterback to a long-term extension. Paton and the Broncos achieved that goal Thursday, agreeing with Wilson on a five-year, $245 million extension that includes $165 million in guaranteed money, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The megadeal is the third-most lucrative contract in NFL history in terms of guaranteed money, behind only Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson’s $230 million and Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray’s $189.5 million. The Broncos revealed the deal, which runs through the 2028 season, but did not disclose financial […]

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August

03
Cleveland Browns’ Jacoby Brissett ‘ready to go’ as starter after Deshaun Watson suspension

Jacoby Brissett stated his past experiences as a backup quarterback have prepared him for the situation in Cleveland, where he’s in line take over for suspended Cleveland Browns starter Deshaun Watson. “It’s been my situation throughout my career,” Brissett said Tuesday. “Nothing that I’m unfamiliar with. Always been ready to go, whenever my number’s called and that’s the case at this point now.” On Monday, disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson suspended Watson for six games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy following accusations of sexual misconduct. The NFL Players Association and the league have until 9 a.m. ET Thursday to file a written appeal of […]

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July

14
Retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Rob Gronkowski says he’s not planning a return

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski stated Tuesday that his retirement is final and that he is now focused on business ventures with his family. “I’m done with football,” Gronkowski said Tuesday in Boston. “Love the game. Definitely blessed with all the opportunities the game of football has given me, and relationships — obviously here in New England Patriots for nine seasons and down in Tampa for two. But done with football and stepping my feet into the business world, business ventures, and just seeing what’s out there and where I can find my place.” Gronkowski called the Bucs on June 13, just after […]

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June

20
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson not saying how he’ll handle training camp, season without new contract

In his first media session in five months, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson offered little clearness about his contract situation or how he would handle the lack of a new deal before training camp or the start of the season. Jackson deflected questions about his contract situation Thursday, saying a variation of “We’re having a conversation about it” eight times during a 10-minute news conference. He did express confidence when asked if he considered he would play in Baltimore for the rest of his career. “I expect so,” Jackson said. “So, yes, I do.” Jackson is set to make $23.016 million on his fifth-year […]

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June

08
Indianapolis Colts LB Darius Leonard ‘feeling amazing’ after back surgery; expected to miss start of training camp

Colts All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard says he is “feeling amazing” following back surgery on Tuesday. The Colts defensive leader wrote in a Tweet that the procedure “went well” and that he’s “ready to get back going!” Leonard is expected to miss the start of training camp, coach Frank Reich stated Tuesday. “He’s had a back issue that has been a progressive thing that started early in the offseason, but has been something that has progressed,” Reich said. “We recently made the evaluation that he’s going to have a procedure on his back [Tuesday]. Miss some training camp time, but if all goes according to plan, […]

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October

14
Seattle Seahawks expected to release former starting CB Tre Flowers

The Seahawks are expected to release former starting cornerback Tre Flowers in what marks more turnover for Seattle at the position, a source confirms to ESPN on Tuesday. Flowers started the season as a starter but was benched in favor of Sidney Jones after a loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. Flowers’ issues in coverage continued in that game, and afterwards, he described it as a scheme issue while saying there was confusion among some Seattle defenders on how to defend certain route concepts. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! Coach Pete Carroll later chalked up Flowers’ comments to […]

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February

15
Steelers, Browns among large group to express interest in released J.J. Watt

The Houston Texans on Friday released star defensive end J.J. Watt, granting his request. Watt was drafted by the Texans in 2011 with the No. 11 pick and became the face of the franchise, winning three NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards from 2012 to ’15. He is one of three players to gain that award three times. “I have sat down with the McNair family and I have asked them for my release, and we have mutually agreed to part ways at this time,” Watt said in a video posted to Twitter. “I came here 10 years ago as a kid from […]

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