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If they're smart, they're going to really scour the cuts lists from here on out.Passed over multiple highly touted OT in a highly touted class for Burrow's boy from LSU. Chase is a beast and will probably be one but they better hope things shape up. Slater, Sewell, Darrisaw, Leatherwood and others.
Funny bc they could have a great WR corp if that OL holds up and Chase is who everyone thinks he is.
Al Riveron is leaving the league office.
Riveron, who was appointed the head of the officiating department in 2017 after Dean Blandino left for FOX, is retiring, according to Kevin Seifert of ESPN.
The NFL had already reduced Riveron’s load by giving more of the work to Walt Anderson and Perry Fewell, and now Anderson and Fewell will run the officiating department.
Reporting from the Giants beat on Wednesday indicated that receiver Kenny Golladay‘s hamstring injury was not considered significant.
Now there’s a potential timeline for his return.
According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, Golladay is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a hamstring pull.
Cornerback A.J. Bouye will be on the sidelines at Panthers training camp for a while.
Bouye left practice on Monday after pulling a muscle and has remained out of action for the last few days. Panthers head coach Matt Rhule said on Thursday that the team expects Bouye will miss a couple of weeks before he’s ready to return to action.