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Jimmy Garoppolo fit for start of training camp

This is good news for Raiders fans and their quarterback. After breaking his foot in Week 13 with the 49ers, Jimmy Garoppolo had started a race against time to be ready for his new team’s training camp. The result fell in the weekend: the launcher is ready to start. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Jimmy G has passed the test battery to determine his state of health and will therefore be on the field this Tuesday, July 25 for the start of training camp in Las Vegas.

He will therefore not be on the “PUP” list of injured players, especially since he has just released his guaranteed $33.75 million for the next two seasons.

James Robinson and Cole Beasley as reinforcements in New York

Things are moving on the Giants side. While training camp is about to start in the Big Apple, Brian Daboll and the leaders operate the last adjustable before starting the preparation. In recent hours, they have focused on the attack with two well-known reinforcements from the veteran side. The G-Men first brought in Cole Beasley. The receiver joins a coach he knows well since Brian Daboll was offensive coordinator in Buffalo when the former SMU was with the Bills. The New York franchise records its 15th receiver in the workforce there. Training camp is definitely going to serve as skimming.

On the running back side too, the Giants wanted to add a new player. This is James Robinson. The former Jaguars had signed in New England at the start of the year before being released by the Patriots who had found him slow during pre-season exercises. He will now be able to prove again in New York, especially since the incumbent runner, Saquon Barkley, could be absent for part of training camp after complicated negotiations for his new contract.

Marquise Goodwin absent from start of camp due to blood clots

The Browns announced over the weekend their receiver Marquise Goodwin will start training camp on the non-football injured list. The franchise said doctors found clots in the player’s blood in his legs and lungs. A necessarily alarming diagnosis that will keep him away from the field for several days, even weeks. A blow for the one who had just signed in Cleveland.


They are placed on the injured list: Rashan Gary (LB, Packers), Eric Stokes (CB, Packers), Grant DuBose (WR, Packers), Camren McDonald (TE, Packers), Jeff Cotton (WR, Packers), Jake Hanson (C, Packers), Tyree Wilson (DE, Raiders), Rashod Bateman (WR, Ravens), JK Dobbins (RB, Ravens), Patrick Ricard (FB, Ravens), Pepe Williams (CB, Ravens), Rayshad Ni chols (DT, Ravens), Mike Thomas (WR, Ravens), Tyus Bowser (LB, Ravens)

The main signings of the day: Austin Watkins (WR, Browns), Al-Quadin Muhammad (DT, Colts), James Robinson (RB, Giants), Melvin Gordon (RB, 1 year, $3.1m)

In short

The Chiefs left to extend the adventure at Arrowhead

Lair of the defending champion since 1972, Arrowhead should be the stadium of the Chiefs until 2031 (end of the lease) at a minimum. After this period, the Missouri franchise is exploring all options.

In particular, the Chiefs are closely linked to the Kansas City Royals, an MLB franchise (baseball), whose stadium (Kauffman Stadium) juxtaposes Arrowhead and is part of the same sports complex. However, the Royals would intend to move closer to downtown Kansas City.

Yet, according to President Mark Donovan (via USA Today)the priority remains the renovation of Arrowhead.

“There are three options on the table: Renovate to improve the stadium, destroy the stadium and rebuild it in the same place, or build a new stadium somewhere else.

The good news is that we think the current stadium is very solid, which gives us the opportunity to renovate it. »

Arrowhead is already getting a lick of paint as $50 million will be spent to refresh the stadium by 2026, when it will host FIFA World Cup matches.

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