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Josh Allen can’t wait to meet Aaron Rodgers twice a season

Josh Allen and Aaron Rodgers really like each other, it’s no secret. And despite the arrival of the former Packers quarterback in his division, Allen continues to be enthusiastic.

“I’ve gotten to know Aaron over the past few years and I think we’re very close. We don’t talk to each other often, but when we do, he responds regularly. Not everyone can say the same,” he told The Ringer.

Fans won’t have to wait long to see the two stars face off. Indeed, the Jets and the Bills will close the first week of the 2023 season during Monday Night Football. A match that Josh Allen is looking forward to.

“I’ve been a huge Rodgers fan since I was little. I was trying to replicate what he was doing. He is an exceptional player. I think he’s the most talented pitcher in the history of football. Facing him twice a year, it’s going to be a fight ”

So far, the two quarterbacks have faced off twice for a balanced record of one win each, with the last meeting seeing the Bills win last season 27-17.

Despite everything, Allen is suspicious of Rodgers.

“There are a lot of really good quarterbacks in the AFC now. It’s going to be tough battles. We will have to win, no matter how. I only care about the opposing defense and their coordinator. But of course, depending on the opponent’s attack, we will adjust our attack to give them the least opportunity. »

See you in the first week for the first round of this confrontation which promises to be exciting.

Kadarius Toney has a message for New York fans

It would seem that Kadarius Toney (WR, Kansas City) be resentful. While he could not have dreamed of a better end to the season with a title with the Chiefs, the receiver has not forgotten his New York years. Drafted in 2021 by the Giants, the former Florida player participated in 12 games for no touchdown with the G-Men. Above all, the relationship with the fans seemed conflicted.

It thus retains a bitter taste from its passage through the Big Apple. So much so that during an appearance on the channel Youtube Icebox, he had a small message for New York fans. It speaks for itself:

Later in this video, he will explain his gesture:

“I’m going to go to the middle of New York with my middle finger up. They tried to troll me, I’m going to troll them. I love to troll »

The NFL is over for Alec Ogletree

While he had not played during the 2022 season, Alec Ogletree hangs up his crampons. In a long Instagram message, he announces the end of his career after 9 years in the league. Passed by the Rams, the Giants or the Jets and the Bears, the defender leaves the NFL with a record of 111 games (including 110 as a holder) for 766 tackles, 12 interceptions and 13 forced fumbles. He remained one of the last players to be drafted to St. Louis.


– Trill Williams (CB, Dolphins) is back. Last year, the defensive back tore knee ligaments in August and was unable to play for the season. 10 months later, here he is now in great shape and ready to resume training camp:

“I feel incredibly good. I was fit to play from the end of the OTAs. I am ready to return to the field to prove my worth, to show the coaches and everyone my abilities. »


– Movement on the side of the staff of Sean McDermott (Bills) and a promotion for Eric Washington. The current defensive line coach has just been elevated to the rank of assistant head coach, while keeping his duties for the D-line.

The main cuts of the day: Sam James (WR, Rams),

In short

– Willie McGinest is being prosecuted after punching a man several times in a gym. The two men reportedly argued over bodyweight weights. The man filed a complaint against the former Patriots linebacker. The latter is not at his first attempt since he had already been prosecuted for similar facts this year. (TMZ Sports)

– Former Steeler Clark Haggans has died at the age of 46. The causes of death are not yet known. The linebacker will forever be associated with the Pittsburgh franchise with which he won a Superbowl in 2006, among other things. Against the Seahawks, Haggans had taken part in the victory of his people with in particular a sack on Matt Hasselbeck from the first drive.

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