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The Vikings still without a quarterback

Jaren Hall? Half-time before giving way to Nick Mullens. So Kevin O'Connell doesn't seem to know much anymore. After the defeat against the Packers, the Minnesota coach did not want to name a starting quarterback for the last game of the season.

Minnesota still has a chance to make the playoffs. But we'll have to beat Detroit and hope for help from other teams. Not easy without knowing who is going to throw the ball.

Coaches, coaches, coaches

– The Saints are underperforming, but that doesn’t matter. Not for management anyway. According to NFL Media, everything indicates that Dennis Allen should be retained for a third season in 2024.

– The end-of-season rescue is underway in Illinois. Matt Eberflus should take advantage of the Bears' good end to the season to keep his job in 2024. Chicago has won four of its last five games.

Injuries

– Bradley Chubb (LB, Dolphins) came out during the match on Sunday, and his team fears a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Terrible blow for the player and for the Miami franchise. With 11 sacks, Chubb was one of the leaders of the defense this season. (ESPN)

– Tyler Smith (OG, Cowboys) reportedly suffers a complete torn arch. But, miracle of NFL science, there would be a chance that he plays the last regular season game. (ESPN)

– Raheem Mostert (RB, Dolphins) was unable to play against the Ravens due to foot and ankle injuries.

– Christian McCaffrey (RB, 49ers) left the field because of calf pain. After the meeting, Kyle Shanahan was reassuring, even if he does not know if his runner will be able to play next week. McCaffrey was also reassuring. (Associated Press)

– Baker Mayfield (QB, Buccaneers) took a big hit to the ribs on Sunday. Although he admitted at a press conference that he did not feel very comfortable after the meeting, the x-rays did not reveal a fracture. (Pewter Report)

Did not finish Saturday/Sunday game: Taylor Heinicke (QB, Falcons, ankle), Alvin Kamara (RB, Saints, sprained ankle), Will Levi's (QB, Titans, foot)

They are placed on injured reserve and will miss at least 4 games: Marquise Brown (WR, Cardinals, heel), JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, Patriots), Jamal Adams (S, Seahawks, quad), Ryan Ramczyk (OT, Saints, knee)

Coming off the injured list: Mecole Hardman (WR, Chiefs), Cam Robinson (OT, Jaguars), Cam Taylor-Britt (CB, Bengals), DaQuan Jones (DT, Bills)

Transactions

– Corey Webster (CB) officially announced his retirement from the New York Giants. He was part of the two titled teams in 2007 and 2011. It was time to make it official, Webster hasn't played in the NFL since 2013.

– Russell Wilson (QB, Broncos) confirmed to the press on Friday that it was because he did not agree to modify his contract that the Broncos placed him on the bench until the end of the season . Denver leaders asked him to remove a clause that guarantees him $37 million in 2025 if he fails a medical examination in March 2024. To avoid an injury that would cost them this sum, the Broncos therefore opted for the bench.

The main signings of the day: Jeff Driskel (QB, Browns)

The main cuts of the day: Frank Clark (DE, Seahawks)

In short

– Drew Ogletree (TE, Colts) was arrested Friday. He is accused of domestic violence, particularly in the presence of a minor under 16 years old. The facts with which he is accused have been qualified as crimes. He faces up to 2 and a half years in prison. (ESPN)

– Ray Rice received a standing ovation from the Baltimore crowd on Sunday evening. The franchise had invited him to honor him as “ A Ravens legend. » It must be admitted that there is a fairly legendary side to being honored by your team after hitting your wife in front of the cameras. Apparently, the statute of limitations is 9 years for this type of violence among the Ravens. Looking forward to the statue next to that of Ray Lewis.

Angry Panthers owner

Good atmosphere in the stands of Jacksonville on Sunday. While his team was losing to the Jaguars, Panthers owner David Tepper was seen throwing the contents of his cup. Obviously, it was towards a Jaguars fan.

The NFL announced that it was aware of the video. A sanction could be coming.

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