Sport Rams Appear To Make Starting Quarterback Decision
Arizona Cardinals: Sean Kugler controversy mentioned in newest 'Hard Knocks' episode
As promised, there was no Eno Benjamin news but there was a compelling scene from coach Kliff Kingsbury about the release of Sean Kugler on "Hard Knocks."In a clip that lasted less than a minute, that was the biggest takeaway Wednesday night from the third and latest installment from HBO’s and NFL Films’ “Hard Knocks – In Season with the Arizona Cardinals.
The Los Angeles Rams claimed Baker Mayfield off waivers from the Carolina Panthers. Two days later, he appears poised to play.
of the Los Angeles Times noted that Mayfield handled snaps during pre-game warmups. That could mean the former No. 1 pick will compete in Thursday night's game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
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Multiple reporters said they haven't seen John Wolford warming up.said Thursday morning that Mayfield would start if a neck injury sidelines Wolford.
However, The Athletic'ssaid Mayfield, Wolford, and Bryce Perkins are all active. She also in warmups.
It's a bizarre situation, as the Rams have not declared a starter. One would think Mayfield hasn't had enough time to learn the offense, but he's suiting up with the chance to quickly make his team debut.
Perhaps head coach Sean McVay plans to deploy more than one quarterback. The 3-9 Rams don't have much on the line while playing without Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and Aaron Donald.
Viewers will discover the plan when the Thursday Night Football clash starts at 8:15 p.m. ET on Prime Video.
Cardinals' Kliff Kingsbury again shares wild story about Tom Brady .
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has once again shared an interesting story about Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Dec 18, 2022; Denver, Colorado, USA; Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury As Michael David Smith mentioned for Pro Football Talk, Kingsbury spoke with reporters Wednesday about what it was like to be Brady's teammate while with the New England Patriots during the 2003 season. "The total commitment, lifestyle, sleep, eat, study, work that he’s put into that, it’s insane," Kingsbury said of Brady.