Veteran running back Peterson: Hope to continue playing

After speaking with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, Adrian Peterson started thinking about retiring as a coach. But for now, the 36-year-old running back still wants to keep running on the court.

Peterson joined the Seahawks training lineup in December but suffered a back injury after a game and was placed on injured reserve. The Seahawks were already out of the playoffs when they signed Peterson, but they thought the veteran would benefit the young running back. Teenager Rashaad Penny’s stellar performance after Peterson’s arrival seemed to prove that point.

Penny rushed for 671 yards in the last five games, leading the league in the same period, and also completed 6 touchdowns. He also said that watching Peterson and learning from his experience was helpful.

In the game for the Seahawks, Peterson finished with a touchdown, tied with Jim Brown for the league’s most touchdowns. Peterson currently rushes for 14,918 yards in his career, ranking fifth in league history.

T.J. Watt ties the league record for sacks in a single season

In Sunday’s game in US time, Steelers outside linebacker TJ Watt scored a sack with 23 seconds left in the first half of the game, tying Michael Strahan’s single-season sack. Number of records.

The Steelers eventually defeated the Ravens 16-13. As long as the Lightning and Raiders did not tie in the night game, they could advance to the playoffs.

Not only did Watt tie the sack record, he also contributed 3 hits to the quarterback in the game, a grapple that resulted in lost yards, a broken pass and a forced drop-this was still most of his time. All in the case of being double-teamed.

Before the start of this season, the 27-year-old Watt renewed his contract with the Steelers for a four-year, $112 million contract, becoming the league’s highest-paid defensive player. According to statistics, 6.1% of Watt’s rushing passes are converted into sacks, the highest in a single season. As an outside rushing passer, he can also rank third in the success rate of rushing passes. In 25% of the time, he can rush out of the opponent’s screen in 2.5 seconds, second only to Myles Garrett (Myles Garrett). (28%) and Josh Sweat (26%).

Brown quarterback Mayfield will undergo shoulder surgery

US time on Tuesday, ESPN reporters reported that Brown quarterback Baker Mayfield (Baker Mayfield) will not play next week’s game against the Tigers. He will undergo surgery as soon as possible to repair the sprained lip joint of his left shoulder.

Brown coach Kevin Stefanski (Kevin Stefanski) said that the operation will be performed as soon as this week. Mayfield still has the opportunity to participate in the off-season training program.

Mayfield has been suffering from a shoulder injury since the second week and admitted that he was in poor condition after losing to the Steelers. He was sacked and killed a total of 9 times in the game.

Brown, with a current record of 7-9, has determined that he missed the playoffs, while the Tigers have locked in the top spot in the North Division of the American League. Stefansky also admitted that a shoulder injury affected Mayfield’s performance, but did not regret his decision to play with the injury.

“In this process, we have been trying to make the right decision based on the existing information.” Stefansky said, “We have been communicating with medical staff, communicating with Baker, but also based on these beliefs that he can play.”

Brown previously implemented Mayfield’s fifth-year contract option, and his contract will expire after the end of the 2022 season.

49 people want quarterback Gallopolo to participate in the closing game

According to ESPN reporters, although the 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (Jimmy Garoppolo) is expected to participate in the regular season closing game against the Rams, although he will miss the game due to a thumb injury.

In addition, Elijah Mitchell, who missed three games due to a knee injury, also has hopes of returning.

Gallopolo missed all four training sessions this week. The medical team believes that Gallopolo’s avoidance of passing training is more helpful for recovery. Coach Kyle Shanahan (Kyle Shanahan) said: “He also has a chance to play this week, but next week is more likely.”

The current 49ers rookie Trey Lance (Trey Lance) has a high probability of starting on behalf of the team. Nate Sudfeld (Nate Sudfeld), who was promoted from the training lineup to the big list, will serve as a substitute.