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Tua Tagovailoa makes his NFL debut

The Dolphins didn’t give quarterback Tua Tagovailoa any playing time in their Week Five rout of the 49ers, but they are giving him a look in this week’s rout of the Jets. Tagovailoa entered the game with under three minutes to play and the Dolphins leading 24-0. It’s his first NFL regular season action and [more]

Dolphins rolling over Jets, up 21-0 at halftime

The Giants and Falcons got their first wins of the 2020 season on Sunday, which leaves the Jets as the only winless team in the league. It doesn’t look like that’s going to change before the day is out. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three touchdowns in the first half and the Dolphins lead the hapless Jets [more]

Kyle Van Noy inactive for Dolphins

The Dolphins will try to hand the Jets their sixth loss of the season without the help of linebacker Kyle Van Noy. Van Noy was listed as questionable due to a groin injury and is inactive for Sunday’s game. Defensive end Shaq Lawson and tight end Durham Smythe are active after being listed as questionable. [more]

Breshad Perriman set to return to Jets lineup

Good news for the Jets this season has generally been limited to the final whistles of lopsided losses, but they are expected to have some on the injury front Sunday. Wide receiver Breshad Perriman has been out with an ankle injury since the second week of the season, but he practiced all this week before [more]

Trevor Lawrence throws for 391 yards, 5 TDs in first half

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is putting on a show today for anyone who doubts his status as the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft. At halftime against Georgia Tech, Lawrence has completed 22 of 27 passes for 391 yards and five touchdowns. Clemson leads its ACC rival 52-7. At halftime. Lawrence and Clemson [more]

Fans will be present for nine of 14 games this weekend

The virus continues to spread, the cases continue to spike . . . and the NFL continues to expand the number of venues into which fans are welcome. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy points out on Twitter that nine of 14 games to be played this weekend will have fans present. Fans will attend Bears-Panthers in [more]

Chiefs will pay Le’Veon Bell $690,000 in salary, up to $1 million in incentives

If a team had traded for running back Le'Veon Bell, it would have had to pay him $6 million in salary for the rest of this season. After the Jets cut Bell, the Chiefs signed him for a lot less than that. Bell will make $690,000 in salary for the remaining 12 weeks of this [more]

Week Six injury report roundup

There was no Thursday night game this week, so Week Six of the 2020 NFL season kicks off on Sunday afternoon. There will be 12 games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. The four teams playing on Monday night won’t [more]

Gregg Williams: Jets allowing 32 points a game is not all on the defense

The Jets have allowed 161 points through five games this season, the second-most in the NFL. But Jets defensive coordinator says that’s not all his defense’s fault. Asked today about the fact that the Jets are giving up 32.2 points a game this season, Williams acknowledged that statistic does not reflect well on his defense [more]

Jets OC: Execution our problem, not who calls plays

Jets head coach Adam Gase opened the week musing about the possibility that he would give up his role as the offensive playcaller after an 0-5 start to the season. Gase ultimately didn’t go that route. He said on Wednesday that he will remain in the role after conversations with members of the coaching staff [more]

Le’Veon Bell chooses the Chiefs

Last year, the Chiefs had interest in trading for running back Le'Veon Bell. This year, they’re signing him as a free agent. Albert Breer of SI.com reports that Bell will sign with the defending Super Bowl champions. It’s a one-year deal, heavy on incentives. PFT has confirmed that the Chiefs will sign Bell, who was [more]

Report: Le’Veon Bell choosing between Dolphins, Chiefs

The word earlier today was free agent running back Le'Veon Bell had narrowed his choice to the Bills, Chiefs and Dolphins. Now comes news Bell is down to two suitors. Bell has narrowed his choices to the Dolphins or the Chiefs, TheAthletic.com reports. The Dolphins play the Jets, Bell’s former team, on Sunday. While the [more]

Andy Reid on Le’Veon Bell: Brett Veach does all that

Bills head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that the Bills have checked in on running back Le'Veon Bell, but Chiefs head coach Andy Reid didn’t do the same during his Thursday press conference. Bell was released by the Jets on Wednesday and a report on Thursday listed the Chiefs, Bills, and Dolphins as the three teams [more]

Bill Belichick passes on Le’Veon Bell question

The fact that the Patriots haven’t been flagged as a potential destination for running back Le'Veon Bell makes the Patriots a potential destination for Le’Veon Bell, because when the Patriots have interest in someone it’s not known by anyone until they sign him. On Thursday, a reporter asked Patriots coach Bill Belichick about Bell, who [more]

Report: Le’Veon Bell choosing between Bills, Chiefs and Dolphins

Running back Le'Veon Bell became a free agent when the Jets released him on Wednesday, but it doesn’t sound like he will be one for long. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that Bell currently plans to sign with either the Bills, Chiefs or Dolphins after hearing from each of those clubs since parting ways with [more]

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