The Texans have gone into a free fall as the AFC South has become out of reach for them behind the Titans and Jaguars.

The first move of the Giants’ offseason should be extending Odell Beckham Jr. Their offense fell apart without him this year, and the last thing they can have is an unhappy Beckham paired with a young QB. The wide receiver will cost over $17 million per year, but there is no reason to waste time on the extension. He already counts for over $8 million next year on the cap, so an extension should not impact his cap charge.

Big injuries marred their chances early; now, little injuries have hurt their chances of a respectable finish.

Trammell’s next visit to the Hall will certainly last longer than his first trip to the shrine in upstate New York. That was in 1995, when the Tigers played the Cubs in the Hall of Fame exhibition game.

Wearing his No. 3 jersey, Trammell jogged the couple blocks and hurried through the Hall in 30 minutes while the teams were limbering up at Doubleday Field.

Foster says he was able to keep playing by keeping in mind, as Tomlin said, Shazier was in good hands.

“You try to zone in away from it,” Foster said. “You know that he’s going to have some of the best doctors and staff around him and that’s what you hope on right there. You’ve got to be a little thick-minded in a sense knowing that, ‘Hey, I’ve still got a job and a game to play.’”

Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr. calls ankle sprain ‘6-to-8 week thing’

Odell Beckham Jr. may not be back in action for a few more weeks.

While speaking to reporters Thursday, the Giants wide receiver hinted that he may not return until Week 5 against the Chargers after calling his sprained left ankle “a 6-to-8-week thing.”

“I do want to go out on my terms,” he said. “I do want go out playing my best.”

While CTE and other brain injuries are a concern for NFL players, Brady just wants to focus on his task at hand right now. He will worry about his life after the NFL when it arrives.

“I don’t know what the future is going to look like, you know, and I’m not going to pretend to predict it,” Brady said. “And I’m going to do everything I can to take care of my body in advance of the hits that I’m going to take on Sunday.”

The Patriots shockingly lost their first game this season at home against the Chiefs. Brady looked out of sync most of the night, and New England’s defense was torched by Chiefs rookie running back Kareem Hunt.

Brady has always had a solid offensive line in front of him, which has allowed him to remain in the pocket longer and make precision passes. But as he gets older and slower, heavy hits could become a problem.
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