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Breakfast: Eric Bieniemy extends to Kansas City, imminent decision for Aaron Rodgers?

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Aaron Rogers will ‘soon’ make his decision

Speculation about the future ofAaron Rodgers (QB, Packers) resumed on Tuesday when he posted a series of photos on Instagram with friends and teammates, along with a caption expressing his gratitude. During his weekly appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, the reigning two-time MVP once again remained very elusive about his future and made no announcement. He only spoke about meetings with Packers management after the end of the season which “were positively very different from what they have been in the past and that there were real and honest conversations”.

But Rodgers doesn’t want to keep Green Bay waiting too long. According to ESPN’s Dianna Russini, he will inform his employer of his decision “soon”, and several teams have already made trade offers. In this case, Russini clarifies that “nothing can happen” until the Packers authorize it. The saga continues…

Wes Welker (Dolphins): “Take Jaylen Waddle to the next level”

Instrumental in the development of Deebo Samuel in San Francisco, Wes Welker found a new prime target when he arrived in Miami: Jalen Waddle (WR). In the columns of the Palm Beach Post on Thursday, the ex-Patriots, now receivers coach, is full of praise.

“This kid is part of the cream. He has a bunch of talent. Speed. He’s passionate about the game. That’s the kind of guy you want to work with. I’m excited to work with him and hope to take him to the next level.”

Jessie Bates (Bengals): “I hope not to play under franchise tag”

Key piece in the defense of Super Bowl finalists, Jessie Bates (S) sees his contract expire in the offseason. The safety does not look favorably on the possibility of being tagged by his team.

“It’s something my agent and my team are going to have to talk about. I really trust everyone. I try to just focus on the things I can control. We’ll see, but I hope not to play under franchise tag. This is something that the NFLPA should talk about. Some players at the top got injured under franchise tag. It’s hard. You only have one career, so you have to play your cards right. “

Transactions

The Packers continue the big maneuvers to try to pass under the salary cap. The team restructured the running back’s contract Aaron Jones, releasing $3.08 million according to ESPN. The $3.85 million in his scheduled salary for 2022 has been converted into a signing bonus. Two years of cancellable contract have also been added.

Signatures

Tae Davis (LB) re-signed with the Texans, his agent announced.

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– The Ravens have announced the extension of Tony Jefferson (S).

– Not having left a lasting memory to Chicago fans, the former General Manager Ryan Pace was hired by the Falcons in a leadership position relating to player management (NFL Network).

Coaches

– Eric Bieniemy will return to the Chiefs in 2022. NFL Network reports the offensive coordinator has agreed to a one-year contract.

– The bills have announced several moves within their staff. John Butler (defensive backs coach) added the title of defensive coordinator of the passing game. Bobby Babich, in charge until now of safeties, will be the new linebackers coach. Former nickelbacks coach Jim Salgado will fill the vacant position of safeties coach. Buffalo also announced the arrival of 5 new coaches: Former quarterback Kyle Shurmur will be the defensive quality control coach, Nick Lacy the new assistant strength and conditioning coach, Marcus West the new assistant coach of the defensive line, Jaylon Finner the new defensive quality control coach, Cory Harkey the new special teams assistant coach.

– The Falcons have hired Shawn Flaherty as an offensive line assistant (NFL Network).

– According to The Athletic, Mike Mitchell has been named assistant defensive backs coach with the Colts. Nate Ollie arrives from the Jets to fill the vacant position of defensive line coach (profootballnetwork.com)

– The Bears hired Matt Feinstein as director of football administration. He previously served as a senior director on the NFL Board of Management.

– The browns should promote offensive assistant TC McCartney to tight ends coach, according to profootballnetwork.com.

Matthew Stafford: “I wish I had a better reaction to the moment the photographer fell”

The image made the rounds on social media. During the parade celebrating the Super Bowl victory, a young photographer fell from a podium as she stepped back to take pictures of Matthew Stafford (QB) and his wife Kelly. Moment chosen by the quarterback to look away and turn around. Although Stafford and the Rams subsequently agreed to pay hospital bills and replace broken cameras, the number 9 regrets his gesture and believes that he should have handled the situation differently by lending aid to the young girl. .

“Yeah, I mean, it obviously happened very quickly and suddenly and unexpectedly, and I wish I had a better reaction in the moment,” Stafford said, via Today.com. ” I did not do it. I apologized to her for this, but I’m glad that overall she’s okay. “

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