The breakfast: without an agent, Lamar Jackson does not have time to negotiate his next contract

September 14, 2021 by archyde

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Lamar Jackson is too immersed in his football to negotiate his contract

Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens) enters the fourth year of his rookie contract. He is set to earn $ 1.77 million in base salary in 2021, and can earn up to $ 23.1 million when he enters his fifth elective year in 2022. John Harbaugh (HC) and Eric DeCosta (GM) have repeated that the goal of the organization is to negotiate an extension for the former MVP, and moreover Jackson announced his desire to remain in Baltimore.

A deal could be struck during the season, but things are taking a long time to come to fruition. The reason is simple: Jackson does not have an agent to represent him, and negotiates himself with his franchise. And according to ESPN, the young quarterback is completely “immersed” in his football, and has no head for anything else. The rest will come later. Negotiations therefore stagnated during the camps and at the start of the season.

Odell Beckham still inactive

Odell Beckham (WR, Browns) spent the offseason recovering from a torn knee ligaments, and seemed on track to make the opening game of the season. Cleveland waited until the last moment, but ultimately opted out of the roster against the Chiefs. Kevin Stefanski (HC) explained his choice on Monday and added that it is possible that Beckham will take part in the meeting against the Texans in week 2.

“He trained before the game, but felt he couldn’t produce enough, so we thought it was the right thing to do to leave him idle. We had four receivers ready, ”Stefanski told Cleveland.com.

Injuries

Marcus Davenport (DE, Saints) suffered a pectoral injury during the game against the Packers. According to NFL Media he had an MRI, and the team is awaiting the results.

– David Culley (HC, Texans) has announced that he hopes to recover Anthony Miller (WR, shoulder) for the second week of competition. However Vincent Taylor (DT) will miss at least a week after injuring his ankle against the Jaguars. (ProFootballTalk.com)

– Released during the game against Kansas City, Jedrick Wills (LT, Browns) shouldn’t be away for long. Hit in the ankle, Kevin Stefanski (HC) explained Monday on 92.3 The Fan that the lineman is assessed on a daily basis.

Myles Hartsfield (CB, Panthers) suffers from a wrist injury that requires surgery. He should be away for a few weeks. (Ian Rapoport, NFL Network)

– Little fear for Graham Glasgow (OG, Broncos), who suffered from an arrhythmia after the game won against the Giants. The player did not return to Denver was admitted to hospital, where he will remain under observation on Monday, according to Vic Fangio. (NBC)

– Pete Carroll told reporters that Rashaad Penny (RB, Seahawks) suffers from a calf injury and is set to miss the Week 2 game against the Titans, and maybe even a little more time.

– Andy Reid told reporters that Tyrann Mathieu (S, Chiefs) should make a comeback in the second game of the season. Taken off the COVID-19 list in time for the opening match, the safety was not finally activated for the meeting.

Gerald McCoy (DT, Raiders) did not finish Monday’s game due to a knee injury. He was evacuated on a cart.

They enter the list of injured players (IR) and will be absent for at least three games: Michael Gallup (WR, Cowboys, mollet), Sean Murphy-Bunting (CB, Buccaneers, luxation du coude), Zach Triner (LS, Buccaneers)

Transactions

The main signatures of the day: Andrew Adams (S, Buccaneers), Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (S, Raiders, practice squad), Brandon Copeland (LB, Falcons), Kenny Stills (WR, Saints, practice squad), Dre Kirkpatrick (CB, 49ers)

The main cuts of the day: T.Y. McGill (DL, Eagles),

COVID-19

They enter the COVID-19 list: Randy Gregory (DE, Cowboys)

They get off the COVID-19 list: Zack Martin (OG, Cowboys)

Furthermore

Parys Haralson, former 49ers linebacker (2006-2012) died Monday at the age of 47. It was his old franchise that announced it. The causes of death are not yet known.

Cam Heyward: “We are lucky to have TJ Watt with us”

Although he did not train with the team during his negotiations with Pittsburgh, T.J. Watt (LB) showed he deserves his new record contract when he stepped onto the pitch this weekend, producing two sacks, one fumble and drawing multiple penalties. His partners also appreciated, they who supported him in his salary demands.

“We want him here for a long time, and we understand that he is really vital for our team,” said Cam Hayward (DL) of how Watt was a major factor in the club’s victory against the Bills. ” Enormous. TJ is able to smash the game, and we’re lucky to have him with us. “

With the expansion of the legal market, betting hit records for NFL opening weekend

The opening of legislation in the USA produced the record of paris on the NFL during the first weekend of the season. According to GeoComply, a geolocation company for betting sites, 58.2 million electronic transactions took place between Thursday and Sunday across 19 states. This figure marks a 126% increase over last year.

New Jersey produced the highest volume of betting, followed by Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona and Illinois. Arizona opened its market hours before Thursday’s game kicked off, and 271,000 new accounts were created, for 6.1 million transactions.

“The data tells us a remarkable story of how this industry has grown over a short period of time,” the director of GeoComply said in the earnings release.

Jameis Winston: “I will think about being a new starter later”

After the splendid victory of the Saints against the Packers, Jameis Winston (QB) dedicated this achievement to the people of New Orleans, whose resilience inspired the team. In his first game as a starter since leaving Tampa Bay in 2019, the former first pick in the draft impressed. Yet his return to the helm of an NFL attack is not his primary concern at the moment.

“The coach says all the time that we are in a race to get better,” Winston said according to ProFootballTalk.com. “We’re going to celebrate the win today, but there are people who face much worse things than me right now. There are still people in Louisiana who are without power. I will reflect on all of this after the end of the season, but for now we have to keep improving. There will be things that I’m not going to like when I watch the movie tonight, so we’ll always have to keep improving. “

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