Washington Redskins defensive end Jonathan Allen is prioritizing staying healthy this offseason after a foot injury ended his rookie season early.
Washington head coach Jay Gruden said that Allen could do everything in Organized Team Activities, but they are limiting him in order to save him for the regular season, when he can unleash it all.
“He’s just slowly working back into it, but just watching him in Phase 2, watching him in individual, he looks good,” Gruden said, according to the Washington Times. “He’s 100 percent, but we’re still going to try to take care of his reps and monitor how much he’s doing to make sure he’s full-go for training camp. But I’m very pleased and anxious to see him get more work.”
Falcons Sign Kasey Redfern
Redfern will take the pace of Matt Wile, who struggled during the game against the Houston Texans, with a number of kickoffs landing out of bounds.
The Falcons are currently 1-4 on the season.
Packers’ Davante Adams Day-to-Day
Green Bay Packers’ veteran wide receiver Devante Adams is dealing with a turf toe injury that is currently keeping him listed day-to-day, but it is unclear just how much time Adams could miss.
“We’re just really trying to pace it at this point,” Adams said, according to the Journal Sentinel’s Jim Owczarski. “I can’t really tell you when I’m going to play. It doesn’t feel how I want it to feel at the moment, but we definitely have time, so we’ll just kind of play this thing (out), and I know Mr. (Matt) LaFleur will definitely be able to take care of any other questions regarding that.”
It has raised concerns that Adams is calling it a “major injury”, but when it comes to providing any more details, Adams is being mum.
“There’s things I can do, but we’ll keep a lot of that in house right now,” Adams said. “I can move around on it, but me moving around on it and feeling like it’s feeling better that day or not in pain just sitting there is a lot different than having to break tackles and cut and release and things like that.”
Seahawks’ Jadeveon Clowney Talks Trade
Seattle Seahawks pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney has open up about his recent trade to Seattle from the Houston Texans.
“I thought I was going to be in Houston and then the last call to get ready to go in for training camp like two weeks before. (Texans head coach) Bill O’Brien was like, ‘We are trading you.’ I was just like, ‘Oh, Okay,’” Clowney said during an appearance on Ian Rapoport’s RapSheet and Friends podcast. “Well, I will hold off on signing (my franchise tender) now cause I don’t know where I’m getting traded to. Because, he was like, ‘We don’t know where we’re going to send you yet, but, we are going to trade you.’”
“Miami, yeah, I didn’t want to go” Clowney said. “Send me to a team that has a chance to win, and when I hear about Seattle, Philly, also, of course, I want to go. I’ve got guys on both teams I’ve played with before. I would have loved to play for either one of the teams. So anyone of them would have worked for me.”
Clowney has a sack, a pick-6 and a forced fumble over five games with the Seahawks.
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