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On his future, Tom Brady gets annoyed

He cannot escape it. The future of Tom Brady is still at the heart of all questions this year. Including in his own podcast. On Monday, on his “Let’s go” show, the quarterback was interviewed by his co-host Jim Gray.

And the response was pretty scathing…

“Damn Jim, if I knew what I was going to do, I would have done it already. OKAY ? I take one day at a time. »

OK.

We can also assume that the sequence was prepared, since it is Brady’s own podcast.

Josh Allen won’t have to have surgery

Hit in the right elbow throughout the second half of the year, Josh Allen (QB, Bills) wanted to be reassuring on Monday. According to him, his arm only needs rest and recovery but an operation is not envisaged. The Buffalo quarterback, however, confirmed that he felt his injury affected his movement and his throwing during the season.

Coachs, coachs, coachs

– Sean Payton and the Broncos keep circling around. According to NOLA.com, the coach and Denver franchise are scheduled to meet Wednesday for a second job interview. But either way Payton is working out his options since a date with Arizona is also scheduled for Thursday. The former head coach of New Orleans has already met with Houston and Carolina.

– According to CBS Sports, after the Falcons, it is the Dolphins who would be interested in Vic Fangio (defensive consultant, Eagles) for their position as defensive coordinator. But Miami is also working on its options internally, since according to NFL Media the club must also speak with Anthony Campanile (LB coach).

– According to NFL Media, the Chargers received Zac Robinson (QB coach, Rams) regarding their offensive coordinator vacancy.

– The Rams are looking for their new offensive coordinator. On their list: Mike LaFleur (OC, ex-Jets), Brian Johnson (QB coach, Eagles), and Marcus Brady (OC, Colts)

– The Ravens will speak with Justin Outten (OC, Broncos) in their search for a new offensive coordinator. (NFL Network)

injuries

– Kyle Shanahan (HC, 49ers) has confirmed that Christian McCaffrey (RB) suffers from calf bruises. However nothing serious, he will be under daily surveillance and should play the conference final. This will also be the case for Elijah Mitchell (RBgroin) and Charles Omenihu (DL, oblique). However Jimmy Garoppolo (QB, foot) should not be available this week. (ProFootballTalk.com)

– Absent for three games, Avonte Maddox (CB, Eagles) could return to training this week. This was announced by Nick Sirianni (HC) at a press conference. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

– Great news for Cincinnati. According to Zac Taylor (HC), Alex Cappa (RGankle) and Jonah Williams (LT, patella) see their status “improve day by day”. Their chance of a comeback is good according to the coach. (ProFootballTalk.com)

Jordan Phillips (DT, Bills) explained to the Buffalo News that he suffers, among other things, from a tear in the rotator cuff in the shoulder, and that he will have to be operated on. He will be free of any contract in March.

Transactions

The main signatures of the day: Will Parks (S, Jets), Trayvon Mullen (CB, Ravens)

Saquon Barkley and the Giants to resume negotiations

Saquon Barkley (RB, Giants) hopes not to have played its last actions under the uniform of New York. Arrived at the end of his rookie contract, he hopes to resume discussions with his club. Negotiations last fall with Big Blue “were far from successful” according to Joe Schoen (GM), so we will have to work on an agreement.

“Saqon is a good player, he’s a good teammate, I’ve loved working with him this season and he’s a guy we would love to see back. Just, we haven’t had our end-of-season interviews yet,” Schoen told SNY. “We are less than 48 hours after the match, everyone will distance themselves, evacuate the emotion, assess the workforce. We have to operate below the payroll, weigh things, see how we are going to create the workforce, see our priority positions, and how we are going to move forward. But we’d love to get Saquon back, if it works. »

Rodger Saffold: “The guys were exhausted”

For the Bills the season is over. This Monday the players went to empty their locker rooms. The Buffalo men – already strained by the injury of Damar Hamlin (S) – had to bow to a Cincinnati team who imposed their pace and left their opponent exhausted.

“The guys were exhausted during the week, and our coaches did their best to change the organization of the week… But there were some unusual things that happened… I just want to pick that up and not make a big deal out of it. sorry, just this team fought for so long and faced so much adversity that we just broke down at some point,” Rodger Saffold (OG) told NFL Media.

Von Miller: “Our window is always open”

Signed with the Bills for 6 years last March, By Miller (OLB) wants to move past the loss to the Bengals. Already looking forward to reuniting with his coaches and teammates for the 2023 campaign, the legendary pass rusher believes his team has a very good foundation, excellent coaching, and has had a very good season.

“Just because we lost to the Bengals, it doesn’t diminish the type of team we are. It doesn’t diminish our team in the league,” Miller told ProFootballTalk.com. “We have a very good team. Our window is always open, and the glorious days are ahead of us. »

Doug Pederson : ” We are almost there “

Surprise guests of the playoffs, the Jaguars of Doug Pederson (HC) showed real progress and finished their season with six consecutive successes before losing in a division match. For the technician, the future looks bright with the core of players who are already in place in the workforce.

“We’re almost there,” Pederson told FOXSports.com. “I think the leadership is good. I think the core of players we have are good. I think we have to continue to work hard, to have confidence in each other. There is consistency in the framework. There is consistency among the players. If you look at the teams that continue to play, that’s what they have. And that’s what it takes: continuity and consistency. We’re only just starting. »

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