[podcast] Preview: sumptuous conference finals
Charles Omenihu arrested on suspicion of domestic violence
San Jose police arrested Charles Omenihu (DE, 49ers) on suspicion of domestic violence on Monday, Mercury News reports. Police say they were called to Omenihu’s home, where a woman claiming to be his girlfriend told them she was pushed to the ground during an argument.
The police statement said the woman complained of pain in her arm but refused to receive medical attention and “officers observed no visible physical injuries”. Police added that they will present the results of their investigation to the district attorney who will assess whether to prosecute.
The 49ers issued the standard statement in this kind of matter.
“We are aware of the case involving Charles Omenihu and are in the process of gathering further information. »
Omenihu has played every game for the Niners this season, including 3 as a starter. He managed 4.5 sacks in the regular season.
Coachs, coachs, coachs
– The Cardinals will be interviewing Dan Quinn (DC, Cowboys) for a second time in the coming days. (NFLMedia)
– According to ESPN, the Texans will interview Mike Kafka (OC, Giants) for a second job
– The Panthers are going to interview Kellen Moore (OC, Cowboys). (Charlotte Observer)
– The Ravens interviewed their quarterbacks coach, James Urban, and their tight end coach, George Godsey, for the position of offensive coordinator. They also spoke with Zac Robinson (quarterbacks coach, Rams). (The Athletic/SI)
– The Texans and the Colts will meet a second time with Ejiro Evero (DC, Broncos) for their position as head coach. (NFLMedia)
– The Buccaneers asked permission to interview Jim Bob Cooter (Passing Game Coordinator, Jaguars) and Klint Kubiak (Quarterbacks Coach, Broncos) to become Offensive Coordinator, a position for which they interviewed Keenan McCardell (Coach of receivers, Vikings). (ESPN/Tampa Bay Times)
– Still looking for an offensive coordinator, the Chargers asked Joe Brady (quarterbacks coach, Bills) for an interview. (NFLMedia)
– The Vikings spoke to Sean Desai (Associate HC, Seahawks) for their defensive coordinator vacancy. (Star Tribune)
– Nick Sirianni confessed to the press thatA.J. Brown (WR, Eagles) had a little physical problem in the last playoff game, but he should be ready for the conference final.
– Injured during against the 49ers, Sunday, Tony Pollard (RB, Cowboys) had ankle surgery. He should be available for the resumption of training camp. (ESPN)
– The replacement quarterback for the Giants, Davis Webb, could hang up the cleats. ESPN says he would like to become a coach. The Bills, where he played last year, then offered him the job of coaching quarterbacks last year. Webb is only 28 years old. The Giants had selected him in the 3rd round of the 2017 Draft, and he never managed to win, whether with the Giants, Jets or Bills.
The main signatures of the day: Chris Lammons (CB, Bengals)
– Carl Cheffers will be the Super Bowl referee. Aged 62, he will officiate for the third time in his career for a Super Bowl. The first two were Super Bowl LI (Patriots-Falcons) and Super Bowl LV (Buccaneers-Chiefs).
– Tickets available at their easy value for the NFC final between the Eagles and the 49ers ripped off in minutes. As a result, prices soar on resale. According to TicketIQ, the average ticket price for the game was $2,468 on Monday. This is a historic record for a conference final.
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