Latest NFL Updates: Saints Optimistic After Derek Carr Injury, Matt Ryan Not Interested in Jets, and More

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Saints: Derek Carr week to week

Saints seem optimistic after injury Derek Carr (QB) against the Packers. According to ESPN, his shoulder sprain will be evaluated on a weekly basis, and Dennis Allen (HC) even refuses – for the moment – ​​to declare him unavailable for week 4 against the Buccaneers.

“We had a narrow escape, there’s nothing really significant,” Allen explained at a press conference. “ [Aujourd’hui] he already feels better than yesterday… So we won’t make any decisions today. We are not ruling out any alternative. We’ll see how he feels as the week goes on. »

Alvin Kamara is back

Alvin Kamara (RB, Saints) can now join his teammates. Suspended three games for an altercation in Las Vegas during the 2022 Pro Bowl, the Louisiana runner will be able to resume training.

Enough to compensate a little for the possible absence of Derek Carr during the next match.

Matt Ryan not interested in Jets

Despite the information broadcast by FOX Sports, it seems that Matt Ryan (QB, ex-Colts) is not very interested in the quarterback position in New York. Currently an analyst for CBS Sports, the former Falcons pitcher said he is satisfied with the job he holds, and is not considering a return to the NFL to help out the Jets according to According to him, it is the role of his agent to inquire about all opportunities, which does not necessarily mean taking action on his part.

A position in line with the feelings of the Jets, since they are not particularly interested in Ryan either. If the club has admitted that it is inquiring about a certain number of veterans, for the moment it has not recruited anyone following the injury of Aaron Rodgers, and continues to proclaim its support for Zach Wilson.

Troubled return for the Steelers

Pittsburgh won in Las Vegas on Sunday, but the return home wasn’t straight. The franchise announced that its plane had to make an emergency landing in Kansas City at 3:55 a.m. The good news is that everyone on board was fine.

According to Pittsburgh media, this stoppage was caused by an oil pressure problem in one of the engines. Another plane came to pick up the 182 unfortunate passengers, who eventually arrived in Pittsburgh around 1:30 p.m.


They are placed on the injured list and will miss at least 4 games: Tylan Wallace (WR, Ravens)


The main signatures of the day: Devin Asiasi (TE, Browns, PS), Josh Johnson (QB, Ravens), Dane Cruikshank (S, Titans, PS)

The main cuts of the day: Chris Lammons (CB, Colts)

And bref

– After 7 fumbles lost in three games, Kevin O’Connell (HC, Vikings) is very dissatisfied with the turnovers of his players. He therefore decided to move on to threats: “Either the guys find the solution, or we will put people on the field who know how to secure the ball,” declared the coach according to ESPN.

J.C. Jackson (CB, Chargers) is under arrest in Massachusetts for violating his parole. Convicted in 2021 for a traffic offense, he had until Friday to pay a $600 fine and participate in a road violence awareness course. He wouldn’t have done any of that, plus not showing up for a hearing. (ESPN)

Mark Lamping (Jaguars): “Do you want to keep the NFL in Jacksonville? »

The Jaguars are seeking funding for stadium renovations. And they would like public authorities to commit up to $1 billion. Yet a poll last week showed that Jacksonville taxpayers are reluctant to accept the idea, prompting Mark Lamping (president) to veiled threats about a possible departure from the NFL franchise.

“If there’s a referendum, the question should be, ‘Do you want to keep the NFL in Jacksonville?'” the executive said at a conference in St. Louis. “If Jacksonville loses an NFL franchise, it will never get another one. And if the Jaguars had to move out of Jacksonville, we would have failed. OK ? Nobody wants to have to deal with that.

Andy Reid: “Jawaan Taylor is under surveillance”

First criticized for his alignments behind the line of commitment not whistled by the referees, Jawaan Taylor (RT, Chiefs) quickly became the target of repeated penalties. To the point that Andy Reid (HC) thinks his lineman is being targeted for something that other players also practice.

“He is under surveillance. They would do well to keep an eye on the others too. It’s getting to the point where it’s getting ridiculous. They’ve proven their point to the rest of the world, now let’s try to keep it fair. »

Seahawks: the twelfth man played his role

Seattle’s number 12 was retired by the franchise in 1984 to honor Seattle fans. Seahawks, nicknamed “the twelfth man”. A noisy crowd that regularly helps the club press its home advantage. A truth further verified this weekend, since Carolina was penalized eight times for false start.

“One of the most obvious things of the day was feeling the twelfth man,” Pete Carroll (HC) said on the team website. “They had a huge impact on the game. The others had eight false starts, and that didn’t come from us. We are not responsible. They couldn’t coordinate because of the noise. That was a big factor. »

Garett Bolles: ‘I’ve been a Bronco for seven years, and the only thing I’ve done is lose’

The arrival of Sean Payton (HC, Broncos) in Colorado and his association with Russell Wilson (QB) should put Denver back on track after a very disappointing 2022 season. However, three weeks after the start of the competition, the Broncos still have not tasted victory, and are coming off a historically humiliating defeat against Miami. A situation that makes people cringe in the locker room.

“It was shit,” said Garett Bolles (LT) according to “I’m tired of losing. I’ve been a Bronco for seven years, and the only thing I’ve done is lose, it’s frustrating. »

And yet the Dolphins were lenient, they who could have chased the record of 73 points scored at the end of the game.

“It’s all about respect in the NFL,” said Tua Tagovailoa (QB) according to the Sun Sentinel. “We have no intention of going on the pitch to humiliate other teams. »

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2023-09-26 05:48:20
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