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    Getty The Seahawks could pursue San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo. The Seattle Seahawks could make a move for a veteran quarterback if they “throw in the towel.” According to Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus, the Seahawks could look to acquire San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo if they’re not satisfied with their current quarterback situation. As noted by Kyed, the only three starting spots for the veteran quarterback are the Seahawks, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. “If Watson’s contract tolls in 2022, then it becomes easier to acquire Garoppolo, who would give the Browns a better chance of winning in 2022 than current backup Jacoby Brissett,” says Kyed. “Even if Watson’s suspension is increased but doesn’t hit the 17-game mark, adding Garoppolo still could make sense to keep Cleveland afloat. The Browns have a talented roster that could compete for a title. Barring injury, there isn’t another obvious starting spot for Garoppolo unless the Pittsburgh Steelers or Seattle Seahawks wanted to throw in the towel on their starting QB competitions.”Smith and Lock Currently Battling for Seahawks...
    Getty The Steelers could pursue 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo. The Pittsburgh Steelers could pursue a veteran QB on the trade block if they “throw in the towel.” According to Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus, there are only three starting spots for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo — the Cleveland Browns, the Seattle Seahawks and the Steelers. While the Browns seem to be the favored spot for Garoppolo — if starting QB Deshaun Watson is suspended for the entire 2022 season — the Steelers could come in to play if their starting quarterback situation is not up to par. “If Watson’s contract tolls in 2022, then it becomes easier to acquire Garoppolo, who would give the Browns a better chance of winning in 2022 than current backup Jacoby Brissett,” says Kyed. “Even if Watson’s suspension is increased but doesn’t hit the 17-game mark, adding Garoppolo still could make sense to keep Cleveland afloat. The Browns have a talented roster that could compete for a title. Barring injury, there isn’t another obvious starting spot for Garoppolo unless the...
    Hurricanes quarterback D’Eriq King wants to get to the NFL any way he can. “I love football; I love the game of football,” King said. “Whoever gives me the opportunity to play at the next level: receiver, running back, special teams. I don’t care if they tell me to go wash the car. I’ll do it.” King, whose final college season was cut short by a shoulder injury, was one of 11 Hurricanes who worked out at the team’s Pro Day in Coral Gables on Wednesday. The Hurricanes’ former signal-caller has been a quarterback for most of his life, but he also worked out at wide receiver — a position he played for part of his college career — on Wednesday to maximize his chances of making an NFL roster. “I don’t want to say it’s hard,” King said. “Obviously, I’ve been playing quarterback since I was four years old. I played receiver a year and a half of my whole life. I am a quarterback, that’s who I am. I lead like a quarterback. I watch tape like a...
    Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill said the National Football League is pressuring players to get the coronavirus vaccine. “I’m currently in the process right now [of being vaccinated],” Tannehill said at a Wednesday press conference. “The NFL has kind of made it clear what they want to happen. If you don’t fall in line, they’re going to make your life miserable with all the protocols.” “I wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine without the protocols that they’re enforcing on us,” Tannehill added. “I think it’s a personal decision for everyone. Everyone has to make the best decision for them and their families. That’s kind of our mindset in this building. But they’re trying to force your hand, and they ultimately have forced a lot of hands by the protocols.” NFL FINES WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM $10 MILLION FOR WORKPLACE CULTURE Unvaccinated players in the NFL may have travel restrictions, be required to wear masks, and have to forfeit games and paychecks if there are outbreaks among other unvaccinated players. The Titans have a higher-than-average vaccination rate among...
    A day after shipping Sam Darnold off to Carolina, Jets general manager Joe Douglas explained the move and hinted at what is ahead. Without coming out and saying it, he did not throw any cold water on the idea that the Jets are committed to taking BYU quarterback Zach Wilson with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft on April 29. Asked if it is fair to say the Jets are locked in on taking a quarterback after moving Darnold on Monday, Douglas did not disagree. “I think that’s a fair assessment to say,” Douglas said. “I think based on the decision we made [Monday] you can kind of see the direction we’re heading.” The Jets received three picks from the Panthers – a sixth-round pick this year, a second-round pick next year and a fourth-round pick next year – in return for the 23-year-old Darnold. Douglas praised Darnold’s toughness and work ethic and said the Jets would not be making this move if they were not drafting this high. “I think it’s safe to say that...
    More On: new york jets Possible Sam Darnold trade options after telling reversal Texans refusing to budge in ugly Deshaun Watson feud Teams are calling the Jets about trading for Sam Darnold Former Jet is going into the Hall of Fame So you’re saying there’s a chance? John McClain, who has covered the NFL at the Houston Chronicle for more than 45 years, said on SportsRadio 610 in Houston that the Texans remain firm behind the scenes in their public stance about not trading quarterback Deshaun Watson. Unless the Jets convince them otherwise. There is a caveat that will have New York – and the rest of the AFC East – buzzing.  “Anybody who says [the Texans] called the Eagles, not true,” McClain said. “If they traded him, it would be the Jets. No, they have not contacted anyone about trading Watson.” McClain previously suggested the Texans’ asking price would start at two first-round picks, two second-round picks and two young defensive starters. “They don’t call teams. Teams call them,” McClain said. “They told everybody they are not trading Watson....
    Biden to sign executive orders on virus response, vaccinations on second day House Oversight Committee chair requests FBI probe of Parler, including its role in Capitol siege If the Houston Texans Want Someone As Good as Deshaun Watson, They Should Keep Deshaun Watson The Deshaun Watson situation in Houston is very straightforward. It appears that he is upset and many other people dislike the organization, yet he has not requested a trade. The Houston Texans have not said they were going to to trade Watson. And even if they wanted to, the quarterback has a no-trade clause. Yet everyone is discussing where the Texans will trade Watson and what they will get back. © Provided by The Big Lead Deshaun Watson and JJ Watt | Carmen Mandato/Getty Images “Miami has a quarterback with upside in Tua Tagovailoa, but that could be a deal-breaker for the Texans. Tagovailoa isn’t regarded as a quarterback the Texans will view as an adequate replacement for Watson, according to multiple league sources.” - Aaron Wilson https://t.co/26KRNqEyt2— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) January 21, 2021If the...
    Ohio State fans need to keep a close eye on the Lions. Both Urban Meyer and Justin Fields could end up in Detriot next season.  Urban Meyer may become one of the NFL’s hottest free agents this offseason. The Lions are one team that will take a run at the former Ohio State head coach. If Meyer does land in Detroit, don’t discount the idea that he’ll arrange a high-profile partnership with Justin Fields in the Motor City. The arrival of former Buckeyes’ standout Chris Spielman in the Lions’ front office does increase the possibility that Meyer may be the team’s new head coach when the 2021 season begins. Detroit won’t be the only franchise interested in pulling Meyer out of the broadcast booth, but the connection between Spielman and the high-profile head coach could tilt things in the Lions’ favor. If Meyer does take control in Detroit, one of his top priorities will be to acquire a quarterback capable of leading the team’s offense into the future. Matthew Stafford may still be an above-average starter, but the 32-year-old doesn’t...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Jimmy Garoppolo is hurt. Despite looking just fine while beating the Patriots a little over a week ago, the quarterback left the 49ers’ Week 8 loss in Seattle after three quarters and did not return. And he won’t be returning for some time. After aggravating his high ankle sprain, Garoppolo is set to miss six weeks — but possibly longer. Adam Schefter indicated that surgery may be needed, which would obviously extend that absence. As such, it seems as though Garoppolo’s tenure in San Francisco may be over. The 49ers have paid all of their guaranteed money to Garoppolo, thus making his employment a year-to-year arrangement for 2021 and 2022. Considering the Niners gave up a second-round pick and invested some $67 million in the QB over the past three years, the team may feel compelled to keep him. But given the injuries (he’ll have missed at least 23 starts since 2016 due to injury by the end of his current absence) and the lack of development (34 TDs and 18 INTs in...
    TVs Top 5: Sara Bareilles on How Felicity Influenced Apples Little Voice Hedge fund index dampens Chinese zeal for long-only bets If the Patriots can handle Tom Bradys diva antics, they can definitely handle Cam Newton Without playing a down for the New England Patriots, quarterback Cam Newton has some in the Boston sports media sphere questioning if he can fit in with the “culture” of the team. © Provided by For The Win But the Patriots already have shown they know how to deal with a talented, demanding, sometimes difficult quarterback with seemingly countless off-field distractions. They dealt with one for 20 years. His name is Tom Brady. Looking at Brady’s history with the team, and Newton’s history with the Panthers, a picture emerges of two highly talented, highly emotional players with more in common than people might think. If Brady fit in with the Patriots, Newton will do just fine. The fact that media is already questioning Newton, and has ripped him for similar transgressions to Brady over the past decade, makes you think there is either a...
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