Ray is out six weeks with a torn ligament in his wrist. He will have surgery tomorrow. The injury occurred yesterday. Since this happened after the start of TC, he can’t be placed on PUP. They could keep him on the roster and keep him inactive for two of the first regular season, or they could put him on IR, designated to return. A bad blow for Ray and Denver who had high hopes for a big season.
For the first time in our rankings, we have a consensus opinion. It didn’t happen during the uniforms series and so far not for players, until now. We agree on one guy, on a team we don’t like. The NFCS has the best division of QBs, can we all agree on one? Read more.
The franchise tag deadline has come and gone, spurring no action between Le’Veon Bell and the Steelers or Kirk Cousins and the Redskins. Although some people had idealistic hope, myself included, let’s go behind the curtain to analyze why neither deal had traction.
I’ve been a firm believer that Jon Gruden doesn’t need to return to coaching, despite the annual rumors that include his name. He has a great, well-paying job at ESPN and doesn’t have to deal with the day-to-day stress NFL coaches go through. The caveat was always that maybe Gruden misses that day-to-day grind.
Despite concerns before the draft about his surgically repaired shoulder, 49ers rookie linebacker Reuben Foster is at full speed in training camp, and looking good. Foster had a pick-six in 7-on-7 drills today, and afterward head coach Kyle Shanahan said he loved what he saw from Foster. “I was excited,” Shanahan said. “It was good…
Although the Cowboys didn’t get any news on the Elliott front this week, they were hit with another suspension on Friday when the NFL announced that Damontre Moore will have to sit out the first two games of the 2017 season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.