Some good news on a tuesday
girl injured in britt reid crash wakes from coma
I don't wanna spend a lot of time on this because I don't want to make it seem like I'm using this tragic story for clicks. But any good news is great news lately. Ex-Kansas City Chiefs outside linebackers coach Britt Reid (and son of head coach Andy Reid) was involved in a drunk driving accident, where he critically injured a five-year-old little girl. The latest update from the family's Go Fund Me page (which has raised a ton of money for her) says she has woken from her coma.
You can donate here.
Jags add a director of roster management
The Jacksonville Jaguars' main objective this offseason is to, well, transform the entire organization. They've hired their new head coach, they're on their way to getting a brand new quarterback, and a.... director of roster management, Trip MacCracken.
First of all, what a name on that guy.
Second, while this sounds like a made-up position, it's something the Jags' front office has struggled with in recent years. Having someone with experience (MacCracken worked mostly in salary cap management before this) will hopefully benefit this front office, who needs all the help they can get.
dolphins sign jason sanders to extension
The Miami Dolphins are planning on keeping kicker Jason Sanders around for a while, signing him to a five-year, $22 million extension on Tuesday.
Usually, I'd say it was silly to sign a kicker to a deal like this, but 2020 has shown us all how important it is to have a competent kicker on your roster.
cardinals aren't bothering larry fitzgerald about retirement decision
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has a big decision to make regarding his future this offseason. Still, the team isn't pressing him on the issue (at least, as of now). Wide receivers coach Shawn Jefferson elaborated on his stance to just leave Fitzgerald be:
If there's anyone who deserves this kind of respect when it comes to making such a vital decision, it's Larry.
trevor lawrence's surgery is dunzo
Presumed first pick in this year's NFL 2020 season, Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence's surgery on his injured shoulder (his non-throwing shoulder) was scheduled for today, Tuesday. It has now been completed, and everything went as planned. Lawrence should be ready to go by training camp.
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