Reports say that Ronald Jones has been working diligently on his pass catching skills. Here's to hoping they have spent time teaching the kid to pass block. Also he has "beefed up."
Okay I can back fill, yes this DID happen. Before Wilson got his latest contract extension, Seattle and Cleveland did talk in 2018 for the #1 pick. NO agreement was made, and history shows us Cleveland went with Mayfield. However, it is why Wilson has a no-trade clause in his current contract.Rumors flying that the Seahawks offered Wilson for Browns #1 pick in 2018.
No idea why this is relevant now...
Source: Ian Rapoport on TwitterCommissioner Roger Goodell released a memo stating "clubs may reopen their facilities beginning on May 19."
No players (except for medical/rehab purposes) or coaches will be allowed to show up yet, but it's a start. Goodell added this can only be followed if state and local regulations allow them to do so. There are restrictions on the percentage of the staff that can show up (no more than 50 percent) and for the total number of people in the facility (75). It seems to be a positive development in the league's quest to start the 2020 season on time.
Source: DC Sheriff on TwitterRedskins WR Cody Latimer was taken into custody in Douglas County, Colorado on Saturday.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office was called to the Zenith Meridian Apartments in Englewood, CO on a call of shots fired indoors. Latimer was taken into custody on charges of assault in the second degree, menacing, illegal discharge of a firearm, prohibited use of a weapon, and reckless endangerment. He's currently being held on a $25,000 bond. Given the charges, his place on Washington's roster is in doubt.
Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter"These modified face masks, which may include some form of either surgical or N95-like material in it, for a player...getting the helmet off, putting the mask right on afterwards, maintaining social distancing when not on the field as much as possible, using single-use hydration whether it be water or Gatorade...just every little detail anybody who's got a risk, I'd advise them to be zealous, religious, and frankly maniacally committed to minimizing the chance of spreading the virus," Mayer said. The league will undoubtedly instill some form of protection for players upon returning, and that likely won't end with upgraded face masks to wear on the field and along the sidelines. Viewers should continue to prepare for a very unique season.