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Without a doubt, it’s been an eventful couple of months in the NFL with teams, coaching staff, and players. But despite the controversies and injuries, here are thrilling details about your favorites.
Deshaun Watson Returns to The Browns
Watson makes the 53-man roster on Monday, having been suspended for 11 games for sexual misconduct allegations. And this Sunday, he’ll be facing his former team, the Texans. This would be his first game since Jan 3, 2021.
In Charles Robinson’s tweet, “Browns had to split the Bills/Buccaneers game at least to retain a faint playoff hope with the reinstatement of Deshaun Watson week 13. They did it. Cleveland’s season isn’t over yet.”
The question, however, remains whether the QB still has his juice as he did in his previous season. If he does, there could be a chance he will keep his team in the playoffs, especially since Jacoby Brissett hasn’t exactly been on top of his game.
Aaron Rodgers’ Scans Hints at Some Relief
Green Bay’s quarterback, Aaron Rodgers’ looks like he could get involved in gameplay again. He said on his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” that he got some pleasant news about his scans. Remember that he sustained a rib injury while at a 40-33 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles.
As it stands, Rodgers has been training as he would if he was in the squad against the rival, Chicago bears, on Sunday. According to Parkers’ head coach, Matt LaFleur, the star would start the game as long as he’s ready to go.
Bills’ Von Miller Voices His Return Hopes from Injury
Miller has been suffering lateral meniscus damage. In one of the latest episodes on his “VonCast” show, he told fans he’s hoping to return by Week 14 against the Jets.
While he’ll miss the week’s Bills-Patriot matchup, Von said he could give the coming Buffalo game a shot. He also confirmed that he’d let the knee swelling go down for about seven to ten days before making a final decision.
Former reports indicated a likely surgery for the knee. However, Miller said his injury would be attended to but not with the undertone of an operation that’ll keep him off all season.
Having Miller back from injury after two weeks is pretty on the high side of optimism. The Bills will gladly have their man back at the slightest chance possible.
Inside-man Talks About Tom Brady’s Return to Patriots
Jeff Howe might have a proven theory about a possible return of Buccaneers’ Tom Brady to the New England Patriots. If this manifests, the quarterback would again have a place under his former coach, Bill Belichick.
Back in October 2021, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated Belichick’s Patriots. But in an article published recently, Howe said Brady and Belichick still hold each other in high esteem.
Brady drew some attention earlier last month when he revealed he still watches the Patriots weekly. However, amidst the rumors, it’s believed that the QB wants to remain proximal to his kids, considering his divorce.
Matt Ryan Retains his Quarterback Position in Colts
In Week 10, Matt Ryan saw his team to victory after his return to the match lineup. Unfortunately, since then, the narrative hasn’t been the same. After their recent loss to the Steelers, Jeff Saturday, the head coach, told reporters that he still intends to keep the QB in play.
In his lengthy statement to NFL’s Kevin Patra, “Matt will continue to be the guy. We’ll keep moving forward, pressing forward with what we got. I tell the guys in the locker room; we’ve got the players in the locker room to do it. We have to figure out how to execute in moments that matter. That’s what we must focus on and hone in on.”
Saturday continues to assert that the 37-year-old gives the Colts great chances to win every week.