July 6, 2022

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Anthony Achilles was liberated by the Texans

Anthony Achilles was liberated by the Texans

On the verge of entering his fifth season in the NFL, Anthony Achilles fell victim to a chopping block in Houston, Texas.

32 teams can still change their structure at any time, but when it comes time to meet the 53-player limit, the Buseron tight end was not selected in the regulars.

Currently, the focus is on Texans instead of Jordan Akins, Brevin Jordan and Pharaoh Brown. They surprised by retaining the services of five running backs, which apparently damaged Ackler’s cause.

Buseron mentioned Journal In an interview before attending a Texans camp, his main goal was to get his place as he was re-launching on new bases. Although head coach David Kully said good things about him last weekend he eventually failed to do so.

“He’s a warrior for all of us through training camp. I like what he brings, he can dominate the screammaze line. If we can run with the ball the way we want to, it is very important for us to have this kind of tight end,” he praised.

The Texans will give him a place on the reserve team, a choice that the former Laval University Rouge et al will have to assess.

Lestage and Molson are waiting

Among other Quebec players likely to be released, the Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Pierre-Olivier Lestage and Green Bay Packers kicker JJ Molson could not withstand the final cuts.

However, the dream is not over. Several observers from both teams observed the performance of the two Quebec players. If they do not claim during the day, they may well be employed on their reserve team.

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The same thing happens with the San Diego Chargers in the case of Franco-Ontarian offensive lineman Ryan Hunter.

In the case of the Tight & Bruno label, the Arizona Cardinals placed him on their long-term injury list on August 9th.

Not surprising

On Monday, rumors surfaced that Kansas City chiefs might get offers for Guard Laurent Duvernay-Tordiff.

The cubesar, which has a non-commercial rule, does not move easily.

Injured in the right hand he was not ready to start the season. Chiefs trust their sixth-round pick, Trey Smith, but plans could change at any time.

As for Cornerback Benjamin Saint-Juste, he has an excellent camp in Washington, playing regularly with starters. Surprisingly, he earned a place in the regular lineup and should see a lot of ground.