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The Bills made a pair of roster moves Tuesday, adding guard Isaac Asiata and safety Abraham Wallace.

To make room for them on the roster, they released wide receiver Da’Mari Scott and placed veteran offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles on injured reserve.

 

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/07/23/bills-cut-a-receiver-put-jeremiah-sirles-on-ir/

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The Jets had tight end Bucky Hodges on their offseason roster for a few months last season and he’ll be making another bid at making the team this summer.

He’ll be doing it with a different name, however. The Jets announced the signing of Temuchin Hodges on Wednesday and that indicates the tight end is now going by his given name rather than his nickname.

 

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/07/24/jets-sign-te-temuchin-hodges/

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Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon reportedly has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit that derailed his post-playing career as a Seahawks broadcaster. According to the Washington Post, via ESPN.com, Wendy Haskell claimed that Moon made “unwanted and unsolicited” sexual advances toward her while she was employed as Moon’s assistant.

Haskell claimed that Moon committed sexual battery by grabbing her crotch during a trip to Seattle and also pulled her bathing suit off after slipping a drug into her drink during a trip to Mexico in October 2017. She likewise claimed that Moon forced her to share a hotel room and bed with him while the two were on business trips together.

Moon has denied the allegations, but he admitted that at times they shared a room. Moon immediately took a leave of absence after the lawsuit was filed in December 2017, and as of 2018 he had not returned.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/03/warren-moon-settles-sexual-harassment-lawsuit/

 

and this ain't all he's been accused of...

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On 8/3/2019 at 2:40 PM, vike daddy said:

Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon reportedly has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit that derailed his post-playing career as a Seahawks broadcaster. According to the Washington Post, via ESPN.com, Wendy Haskell claimed that Moon made “unwanted and unsolicited” sexual advances toward her while she was employed as Moon’s assistant.

Haskell claimed that Moon committed sexual battery by grabbing her crotch during a trip to Seattle and also pulled her bathing suit off after slipping a drug into her drink during a trip to Mexico in October 2017. She likewise claimed that Moon forced her to share a hotel room and bed with him while the two were on business trips together.

Moon has denied the allegations, but he admitted that at times they shared a room. Moon immediately took a leave of absence after the lawsuit was filed in December 2017, and as of 2018 he had not returned.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/03/warren-moon-settles-sexual-harassment-lawsuit/

 

and this ain't all he's been accused of...

But, like OJ, he's still a HOFer.  

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I'm not sure what Bucky is talking about.  Is he trying to say that Kyle Rudolph has derailed his career or that he's better than Rudy?  It's no wonder then why Bucky has been cut 4 times.  He's delusional.

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2 hours ago, SemperFeist said:

I’ll go with delusional

I think people liked him better before he changed his name to "Temuchin," cause now his attitude is just a little "Te Much."
 

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Jerick McKinnon missed practice Thursday after experiencing knee soreness, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said, via Nick Wagoner of ESPN. The running back participated the previous two days after the 49ers removed him from the physically unable to perform list.

McKinnon will undergo a platelet rich plasma injection and will miss two weeks, Shanahan said. The 49ers hope he can return in time for the season opener, but Matt Barrows of TheAthletic.com said putting McKinnon on injured reserve to open the season is an option.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/08/jerick-mckinnon-getting-platelet-rich-plasma-injection/

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Matt Kalil did not start at left tackle for the Texans on Saturday, but he will be in the lineup for Week One. Roderick Johnson got the start against the Lions with Deshaun Watson at quarterback, which led to questions for head coach Bill O’Brien about the plans for a key spot on an offensive line that the Texans want to be better than the one they put on the field last year. O’Brien said after the game that Kalil “is the starting left tackle.”

Kalil had his foot stepped on during Wednesday’s practice and didn’t practice on Thursday, but O’Brien said that wasn’t the reason he sat out against Detroit.

O’Brien: “I didn’t want him to play. He’ll play next week. Just managing reps throughout the preseason, that’s all that is.”

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/18/bill-obrien-matt-kalil-is-our-starting-left-tackle/

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10 hours ago, SemperFeist said:

Demanding excellence 

It's amazing how much things change, they still remain the same.  If the league wasn't so bereft of talent at the OL position, he'd probably have been out of the league by now.  

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Ask Texans coach Bill O’Brien if Matt Kalil is hurt at your own risk. Via Brian Smith of the Houston Chronicle, O’Brien had a rather interesting reaction when asked if Kalil was injured today.

O’Brien: “Is he hurt? I don’t have to release an injury report until the season starts. Every time I come up here, I get asked about 50 questions about injuries. So, you’ll get an injury report when the season starts. Right now, I will tell you he is out of practice, per the head coach’s discretion. How is that for an answer? You good?”

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/20/bill-obrien-offers-salty-answer-to-matt-kalil-injury-question/

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