Washington has virus case, 3 other teams add to COVID list
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Rams announced they will hold their team meetings from home Wednesday after an unidentified player tested positive for coronavirus Tuesday night. Washington also placed injured defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis on the list after announcing a positive test. The Raiders put Ferrell and Joyner on the list Tuesday, joining linebacker Cory Littleton, who tested positive last week, and right tackle Trent Brown, who tested positive last month. Los Angeles center Brian Allen was the first NFL player to confirm he had tested positive for coronavirus back in April. A person with direct knowledge of the situation said the player who tested positive did not travel with Washington for its game at Detroit last weekend.
Ryan throws 3 TDs as Falcons stop comeback, beat Broncos
Matt Ryan took advantage of Denver's thin secondary to throw three touchdown passes and the Falcons turned back Drew Lock's bid for a second consecutive comeback to beat the Broncos 34-27 on Sunday. The Broncos' fourth-quarter comeback attempt gave Ryan and the Falcons a scary reminder of blown leads this season. Lock threw two touchdown passes and ran for a 10-yard score in the final quarter that made it 34-27. Lock answered with a 9-yard scoring pass to Tim Patrick with less than four minutes remaining. We'll get them next time.”CATCH THISZaccheaus beat Davontae Harris for a 51-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter.
Jaguars adjust clocks with Coughlin gone, stump for Marrone
JACKSONVILLE, FL – About 12 hours after Jaguars owner Shad Khan fired top executive Tom Coughlin, all the clocks inside the building were reset. “We'd love to see coach Marrone stick around and see this through,” Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell. —Defensive end Yannick Ngakoue skipped most of the offseason and part of training camp in a contract dispute that remains unsettled. He tried to fine defensive end Dante Fowler $700,000 for missing "mandatory" appointments with team trainers during the 2018 offseason. Neither did the clocks, players insisted.
Who wore it best? Top Jaguars to don No. 51-No. 75
56 is the most productive number in Jaguars history. In addition to Lageman, Dante Fowler Jr., Justin Durant, Lonnie Marts, and Hardy Nickerson all wore it. But Lagemans influence on the team in the early years wins the vote here. He played in four seasons for the Jaguars, totaling 12.5 sacks. He continued his connection with the Jaguars after his playing days on the team broadcast.