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Breakfast: Broncos lose Tim Patrick but get Lewis Hamilton

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– The Dolphins lose their 1st draft pick, Stephen Ross suspended!

Russell Wilson loses one of his best targets

Season ended for Tim Patrick (WR, Broncos), who suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee during training on Tuesday. His knee gave out after a landing as he tried to change direction. First blow for Denver, since Patrick had accumulated 53 receptions, 734 yards and 5 touchdowns last year, and he was to be one of Russell Wilson’s main targets this year.

Lewis Hamilton minority owner of the Broncos

From horses under the hood to horses in the field, there is only one step. The Denver Broncos have announced that seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has joined the franchise’s ownership group.

“We are delighted to welcome seven-time Formula 1 world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton to our ownership group,” Rob Walton said in a team statement. “He’s a competitor who knows what it takes to lead a winning team and a strong advocate for equality, including in his own sport. With over 100 race wins, Lewis is considered the most successful F1 driver of all time. His resilient spirit and level of excellence will be an asset to the Broncos ownership group and organization. »

After former Secretary of State Condolezza Rice, it is therefore the turn of a motorsport legend to invest in the NFL in Colorado.

Trevor Lawrence resting for the Hall of Fame Game

The Hall of Fame Game will be the first game of the preseason on Thursday night through Friday. It will pit the Jaguars against the Raiders. But it will be without Trevor Lawrence (QB, Jaguars). Doug Pederson announced to the press on Tuesday that his quarterback will be rested, as will Travis Etienne (RB).

Echoes of the training camps

– Bad atmosphere in San Francisco? Multiple scuffles took place on Tuesday during the San Francisco training camp between several players, more particularly Brandon Aiyuk (WR) and Fred Warner (LB). Kyle Shanahan himself had to intervene to calm the tensions. (The Athletic)


– According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers and Diontae Johnson (WR) have begun negotiations for a possible extension.

– The Falcons reportedly couldn’t find a team willing to mount a trade for Deion Jones (LB). His salary of $9.64 million is believed to be the cause of the lack of supply. However, Atlanta shouldn’t cut it, because they’d only save $1 million in salary caps. (The Athletic)


DJ Humphries (LT, Cardinals) signed a contract extension that will keep him in Arizona until the end of the 2025 season. According to NFL Network, the agreement is for three years and $66.8 million, with $34 million guaranteed. Humphries was entering the final year of his contract. Since being selected in the first round in 2015, he has started 75 games for the Cards.

– We don’t usually mention the signatures of rookies because it’s a formality, but David Ojabo (DE, Ravens) was the last unsigned choice of the 2022 vintage. This is no longer the case. The Baltimore franchise has announced that the 21-year-old has finally signed up.

Signatures: Alex Mollette (C, Colts), Devin Jones (CB, Panthers), Rashaad Coward (OL, Cardinals), Chris Herndon (TE, Saints), Jalen Elliott (DB, Patriots), Brad Hawkins (DB, Patriots), Chester Rodgers (WR, Texas)

Cups: Andrew Parchment (WR, Panthers), Christian Blake (WR, Cardinals), Adam Butler (DL, Dolphins)


Damarea Crockett (RB, Broncos) suffers from the same injury as Tim Patrick. Season over for him too.

Jordan Poyer (S, Bills) suffers from a hyperextended elbow and will miss several weeks of play. The good news is that according to ESPN, his team hopes to have him for the first game of the season, September 8 against the Rams.

– ESPN revealed that Vincent Taylor (DT, Falcons) had ruptured his Achilles tendon.

– Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell has announced that his tight end Irv Smith Jr. (TE, Vikings) had thumb surgery and will be out for the next few weeks. The coach remains hopeful of having his player for the first game of the regular season.

– The undrafted rookie Smoke Monday (S, Saints) injured his knee during training. His team would fear serious damage. (NFL Network)

They are placed on the injured list and will not play this season : John Hurst (WR, Colts), Carter O’Donnell (OL, Colts)

They come off the list of non-football related injuries (NFI) : Dane Cruikshank (S, Bears), Marquise Brown (WR, Cardinals), Micheal Joseph (CB, Bears), Tajae Sharpe (WR, Bears)


Kawaan Baker (WR, Saints) was suspended by the league for the first 6 games of the season for violating the NFL’s anti-doping policy.

A goat for the GOAT’s birthday

Tom Brady (QB, Buccaneers) turns 45 this Wednesday. For the occasion, Leonard Fournette (RB) had him prepare a rather special cake, since he looks like a goat. Reference obviously to the Greatest Of All Time, symbolic title on which Brady has gotten his hands on for a while.

Nick Bosa confident in upcoming negotiations

After taking care of the Deebo Samuel case, the leaders of the 49ers will have to look into that of Nick Bosa. The defensive end star is entering his fourth season, and if the franchise has exercised its 5th year option for the 2023 season, negotiations should begin soon between the two parties. On this subject, Bosa seems rather confident.

“I’m confident that when the time comes, everything will be fine,” Bosa said, via Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News.

He said he was “definitely lucky” to land with the 49ers and shared his belief that negotiations will move forward quickly once they get underway. Good news for Niners fans.

Terrell Owens ready to return to the NFL?

12 years after his last game in the NFL, will Hall of Fame receiver Terrell Owens make a comeback? At 48, the former 49ers continues to talk, having recently played in Fan Controlled Football (FCF) with Johnny Manziel. Enough to hope for an NFL contract? That’s what he seems to think.

On Twitter, in response to the injury of James Washington (WR, Cowboys), he declared himself “ready” to return to the field. After foot calls to the Chiefs and Buccaneers in recent months, Terrell Owens is now trying to get the attention of his former franchise in Dallas … like almost every year for 12 years.

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