Unexpectedly, the San Francisco 49ers modified Jimmy Garoppolo’s contract in the late summer to keep him with the organisation.
They could have had a strong cause to do so if the most recent story from ESPN’s Adam Schefter is accurate. Today, Schefter said that if the 49ers released Garoppolo, the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco’s main rival in the NFC West, had the “makings of a trade” in place.
According to a 49ers organisation member who spoke with Schefter, “that was going to be such a Rams move to make.” “Kevin Demoff and Sean McVay would have been enjoying it,”
Individuals have reacted to this revelation in a variety of ways, from 49ers fans congratulating the organisation for keeping Jimmy G in the fold to people speculating that Matthew Stafford’s elbow is in worse shape than reported since the Rams are interested in the veteran quarterback.
The Queen’s funeral invitations were crystal clear from Buckingham Palace’s perspective.
Since Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, Buckingham Palace has been working hard to complete the plans for her numerous homages and services. Following a public laying in state, the queen’s funeral is scheduled for Monday, September 19, at 11:00 a.m. BST, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace. The event will take place in Westminster Abbey, which is also the location of the late monarch’s 1947 nuptials to Prince Philip and 1953 coronation.
Due to the 2,200 person capacity of Westminster Abbey, each invitation to the queen’s burial is quite important. Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, who allegedly last visited the queen in June, and newly crowned King Charles III are among the royal family members who are anticipated to attend (per Insider). The other seats in the ceremony have drawn interest from royal observers, particularly when it comes to American politicians and leaders. The palace has already made it obvious who they expect to attend the queen’s burial and who they might exclude.
One of the largest events of our generation will likely be the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, but some famous people might be forced to watch the broadcast from home. As of now, the U.S. First Lady Jill Biden and President Joe Biden have accepted the invitation and made a reservation at Buckingham Palace (via Independant). Some assumed that Biden would be in charge of selecting the other American leaders who would attend him because of this, including CNN anchor Jake Tapper, who garnered notoriety for suggesting that the POTUS invite former president Donald Trump (per The Hill)..
Look: Tonight, Cris Collinsworth Has the NFL World Worried).
Cris Collinsworth doesn’t seem to be calling Sunday Night Football on NBC’s opening night with his best effort.
For tonight’s Bucs vs. Cowboys game at Jerry World, the veteran game analyst will be in the booth with Mike Tirico as usual. Collinsworth does not sound like himself, though.
He obviously has some sort of sickness, or at the very least, his voice sounds really worn out.
Even Tirico acknowledged the problem, claiming that his partner is “playing wounded.”
Collinsworth called Thursday’s NFL season-opening game in California, so it makes perfect sense that he wants to work tonight.
He doesn’t sound good at all, though, and viewers have undoubtedly noticed.
Collinsworth is hoping to make it through the programme and then have a restful night. He won’t have to call another game until the following Sunday, so maybe a few days off may be beneficial.
First quarter on NBC has a 3-3 draw between the Buccaneers and Cowboys. On Sunday, Dallas will try to sweep the NFC East after the Eagles, Giants, and Commanders all won. Tampa Bay is attempting to join the New Orleans Saints as NFC South teams to start 1-0.