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The Philadelphia Eagles will not have tight end

in Steckbrief 19.09.2019 05:07
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Zach Ertz Devin Bush Jersey , scratched against the Los Angeles Rams as he remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Ertz took a big hit in the Eagles’ loss at Seattle last weekend. The California native had hoped to play, and he’s also the Eagles’ leading receiver with 57 catches for 663 yards and seven touchdowns. The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without speedy linebacker Telvin Smith because of a concussion. It could be a significant loss against scrambling Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson. Smith will miss his second straight game and remains in the league’s concussion program. Smith had been listed as questionable to play. The Seahawks will be without defensive end Dion Jordan (neck), who also had been questionable. Seattle running back Eddie Lacy was a healthy scratch. Broncos nose tackle Domata Peko is missing his second straight game after starting 123 straight. He’s been bothered by a knee injury. — PHILADELPHIA-LOS ANGELES RAMS Eagles: OT Will Beatty, TE Zach Ertz, WR Marcus Johnson, DT Elijah Qualls, RB Wendell Smallwood, QB Nate Sudfeld, LB Joe Walker. Rams: QB Brandon Allen, WR Robert Woods, RB Lance Dunbar, RB Justin Davis, OLB Carlos Thompson, T Cornelius Lucas, OLB Connor Barwin. — SEATTLE-JACKSONVILLE Seahawks: SS Kam Chancellor, DE Dion Jordan, RB Eddie Lacy, C Joey Hunt, G Oday Aboushi, WR David Moore, DT Nazair Jones. Jaguars: LB Telvin Smith, WR Allen Hurns, CB Jalen Myrick, DL Eli Ankou, G Chris Reed, OT Josh Walker, OT William Poehls. — TENNESSEE-ARIZONA Titans: QB Brandon Weeden, CB Kalan Reed, DB Curtis Riley, OL Corey Levin, WR Harry Douglas, TE Luke Stocker, LB Derrick Morgan. Cardinals: QB Matt Barkley, WR John Brown, WR Carlton Agudosi, RB Adrian Peterson, RB Bronson Hill, C Max Tuerk, DL Corey Peters. — NEW YORK JETS-DENVER Jets: QB Christian Hackenberg, CB Derrick Jones, LB Freddie Bishop, LB Bruce Carter, OT Ben Ijalana, OL Jonotthan Harrison, CB Jeremy Clark. Broncos: QB Paxton Lynch, CB Brendan Langley, RB De’Angelo Henderson http://www.steelersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-diontae-johnson-jersey , G Ron Leary, T Cyrus Kouandjio, NT Domata Peko, KR/WR Isaiah McKenzie. — WASHINGTON-LOS ANGELES CHARGERS Redskins: WR Maurice Harris, WR Robert Davis, S Montae Nicholson, OG Kyle Kalis, C Chase Roullier, TE Jordan Reed, DL Terrell McClain Chargers: QB Cardale Jones, WR Geremy Davis, RB Branden Oliver, LB James Onwualu, OT Michael Ola, TE Sean Culkin, DE Jerry Attaochu. — DALLAS-NEW YORK GIANTS Cowboys: DL David Irving, CB Orlando Scandrick, LB Justin Durant, WR Brice Butler, RB Trey Williams, DT Daniel Ross, TE Blake Jarwin. 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Ward http://www.steelersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-benny-snell-jr.-jersey , OL Mike Liedtke, WR Bobo Wilson, DT Clinton McDonald. — CHICAGO-CINCINNATI Bears: QB Mark Sanchez, DB Adrian Amos, DL Eddie Goldman, DB DeAndre Houston-Carson, OL Cameron Lee, LB Pernell McPhee, RB Taquan Mizzell. Bengals: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, RB Joe Mixon, S Shawn Williams, LB Vontaze Burfict, LB Nick Vigil, G Christian Westerman, DT Josh Tupou. — MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have a little bit more flexibility to spend on offseason renovations, after moving on from two veteran starters.By releasing right guard Mike Remmers and declining an option on safety Andrew Sendejo’s contract, the Vikings cleared more than $10 million in space under the salary cap on Monday as NFL teams were allowed to begin negotiating deals with players eligible for unrestricted free agency.The Vikings also tendered contracts to safety Anthony Harris and backup offensive tackle Rashod Hill, who were set to become restricted free agents when the market opens on Wednesday.The 29-year-old Remmers moved from tackle to guard and started all 16 games last season, his second with the Vikings, but the offensive line continued to be a source of trouble for a team that ranked just 19th in points and 20th in yards in 2018.Brian O’Neill fared relatively well at right tackle as a rookie, so moving Remmers back to his original position was not a viable option for the Vikings. His agent, Brett Tessler, said on Twitter that he was approached by the team about a restructured contract, but the two sides didn’t reach an agreement. Remmers, who signed a five-year deal in 2017 with a maximum value of $30 million, earned $11.5 million in two seasons with the Vikings. His departure cleared $4.55 million under the $188.2 million cap, leaving the team with a $1.8 million hit for the remaining prorated portions of his signing bonus.“This is the decision that was made,” Tessler said, “and we look forward to our next opportunity.”The 31-year-old Sendejo parlayed special teams success into a place in the starting lineup beginning in 2013, but a groin injury limited him to just five games last season. Though Sendejo started 58 of a possible 96 games over the last six years, the Vikings never stopped considering other options for the back of the secondary next to four-time Pro Bowl pick Harrison Smith. With a $5.5 million salary scheduled for 2019 and no guaranteed money remaining, Sendejo was an easy target for cap savings.The way Harris played in his place last season made the decision even easier. He had three interceptions to match Smith for the team lead, in his fourth year in the league. Harris received a second-round tender worth $3.095 million for 2019, so if another team were to sign him it would require a second-round draft pick to be sent to the Vikings. Minnesota would not receive compensation if another team were to match the contract for Hill, who received a lower tender worth $2.025 million. Hill started 15 games over the last two seasons, before O’Neill overtook him on the depth chart.After guaranteeing $84 million over three years for quarterback Kirk Cousins in the last offseason and having extensions for defensive end Danielle Hunter and wide receiver Stefon Diggs kick in, the Vikings entered the 2019 league year with far less wiggle room but just as many weaknesses to address.With outside linebacker Anthony Barr and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson both set to become unrestricted free agents, the best the Vikings can probably do is bring one of them back.“The way it is with the cap, we have to budget where we’re going,” coach Mike Zimmer told reporters recently. “So if it goes to if Barr gets paid $18 million, it probably ain’t going to happen, you know? But if it’s a reasonable deal, then I think Anthony would love to be here, too.”

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