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Green Bay Packers legend LeRoy Butler suggests benching Aaron Rodgers

  Green Bay Packers legend LeRoy Butler suggests benching Aaron Rodgers With the Green Bay Packers’ season trending in a downward direction, one former Packer suggested benching Aaron Rodgers. Before Week 1 started, ESPN had the Packers seeded sixth in their power rankings. Now, heading into a Week 10 matchup with the Cowboys, Green Bay is ranked 24th. After Green Bay’s five game losing streak, they now sit 4.5 games behind the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. © Kevin Whitlock / Massillon Independent / USA TODAY NETWORK Former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler said Aaron Rodgers should be benched if they fall to 3-9.

Melvin Gordon was expected to see an expanded role with the Denver Broncos when starting running back Javonte Williams went down with a knee injury earlier this season, but the veteran’s time with the team has now come to an end.

Melvin Gordon III. © Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports Melvin Gordon III.

The Broncos announced on Monday that they have waived Gordon. It is likely not a coincidence that the move was made a day after Gordon had yet another fumble.

Gordon fumbled during the Broncos’ overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, though Denver recovered. That was the 29-year-old’s fifth fumble (two lost) on just 90 carries this season. He has struggled with ball security all year long, which is almost certainly why Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett did not trust him with a bigger workload after Williams was ruled out for the season.

Insider hints Buccaneers could bring Tom Brady back for 2023 season

  Insider hints Buccaneers could bring Tom Brady back for 2023 season At 45 years old, the debate on when he will or won't retire rages on for Brady.As noted by the Joe Bucs Fan website, Pelissero said while serving as a substitute host on "The Rich Eisen Show" that the future Hall of Famer "looked like Tom Brady" guiding the Buccaneers down the field for a game-winning drive against the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday.

Gordon, who made two Pro Bowl teams during his five seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers, has averaged just 3.5 yards per carry this season. He signed a one-year deal that was worth up to $5 million to return to Denver this past offseason. Any team that claims him will be on the hook for the remainder of that contract.

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Ex-Bronco offers concerning reason for Russell Wilson’s struggles

  Ex-Bronco offers concerning reason for Russell Wilson’s struggles Russell Wilson and his Denver Broncos teammates have struggled all season to get on the same page, and some troubling new information has surfaced about what has contributed to the disconnect. © Andrew Nelles / / USA TODAY NETWORK Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson (3) passes the ball in the second quarter at Nissan Stadium Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn. Former Broncos offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus said on 92.5 FM Altitude Sports Radio Denver Wednesday that several people inside the organization have told him Wilson has been “losing his mind” on the field.

NFL executives believe Sean Payton will wait for one team to coach again .
The Chargers first emerged as a Payton destination over the summer.Payton continues to be linked to the Chargers. While some key hurdles remain in the path of such a partnership, league buzz is not cooling down here. Some around the league believe Payton will wait out this job, per’s Jeremy Fowler, who calls the Payton-Bolts connection a rather poorly kept secret.

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