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NFL Update July 9: Cameron Sutton's Punishment

Cameron Sutton suspended for eight games

Cameron Sutton (CB, Steelers) is definitely having a hectic offseason. Sanctioned for violating the league's good conduct policy, the cornerback will be suspended for eight games, and will not be able to return to the field until October 29.

The sanction follows a domestic violence charge in Florida during the offseason. It represents the NFL's disciplinary action against the player. Cut by the Lions earlier this year following this legal affair, Cameron Sutton has found a one-year contract with Pittsburgh, but it will be cut in half.

Buccaneers: A new Bountygate?

After the scandal that hit the Saints, the Buccaneers could be at the heart of a bountygate. During the podcast The Water Boyz Show, former Falcons pass rusher John Abraham reveals a surprising anecdote about Greg Schiano, former Buccaneers coach. He claims that ex-Buccaneers player Donald Penn warned the pass rusher to intentionally injure their opponents. The threats were reportedly revealed during the last game of the year, as Atlanta was heading to the playoffs.

Contacted by, Penn denies the allegations. While Schiano is known for his tough calls, it should be remembered that former Saints coach Sean Payton was suspended by the NFL for setting injury bounties in New Orleans.


– Traded from Pittsburgh to Houston last year, Kendrick Green (OG) announces that he is ready for training camp to KPRC. The 25-year-old played only four games for the Texans before injuring his meniscus.


Today's top signings: Jerry Hughes (DE, Texans)

In short

– Tashaun Gipson (S) is set to play this year for his 13th season in the league. As a reminder, the player is suspended for six games for a violation of the anti-doping policy. (official)

– A hurricane reportedly damaged the roof of NRG Stadium, the Texans' home stadium, where there is a hole according to ABC13. Officials are waiting to see the extent of the damage before making a firm statement to the media. 16 years ago, a hurricane postponed a Texans game against the Ravens.

Joe Burrow: 'I'm going to give people something to talk about this year'

Absent from the field since November due to a wrist injury, Joe Burrow (QB, Bengals) is preparing his return and wants to remind the league of his good memories. During the podcast Pardon My Takehe already announces his ambitions.

“That’s what happens when you’re injured. You don’t play, and people forget about you… If you’re not on the field, if people don’t see you, then there’s nothing to talk about. I’m going to give people something to talk about this year. I’m very optimistic.”

Cincinnati's quarterback doesn't leave anything out. To get back on his feet and work his wrist, he decided to… learn the piano.

“I’ve always wanted to learn how to play, and this was the perfect opportunity to work on my hand and wrist dexterity at the same time. It’s a double whammy.”

James Conner: “The Cardinals have cleaned house”

Monti Ossenfort (GM) and Jonathan Gannon (HC) have been in Arizona for 2 seasons, and are beginning to see hope of better results. Durant The Rich Eisen ShowJames Conner (RB) praises their work, explaining that the franchise got rid of players who did not put the team first.

“We cleaned up,” the running back said. “Guys who weren’t serious about football, guys who weren’t there for the right reasons, guys who weren’t putting the team first, we slowly got rid of them. That’s what it takes. First we cleaned up, and now we’re ready to attack.”

Lions: Backfield is 'a bloodbath'

With Detroit stumbling in the NFC Finals last season, the franchise is deciding to thoroughly remodel its air coverage for the new campaign. The arrival of Terrion Arnold and Ennis Rakestraw through the draft pushes the competition between the old and new in this area.

“Yeah, it’s a bloodbath here right now,” GM Brad Holmes told the team’s website. “It is, and that’s what makes everything better. The group is better, the defense is better, the team is better. The competition is taking out the best of everybody.”

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