Ravens sign defensive end Carles Campbell to 2-year deal

The Ravens announced on Saturday that they have signed defensive end Calais Campbell to a two-year deal.

According to NFL Network reporters, the total salary is $12.5 million, including an additional $4 million in incentive bonus provisions.

This will also be the 15th year in the league for the 35-year-old Campbell, who briefly considered retiring but saw the Rams win a title that reignited the fight. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and safety Tony Jefferson II welcomed Campbell on Twitter.

Campbell has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times, and the rushing pass was once his proud propaganda word. Over the past two years, though, Campbell has focused more on running defense, but still managed 4.5 sacks in that span. So far in his career, Campbell has completed 773 tackles and 93.5 sacks.

Pirates coach says Martin will still be the team’s main running back

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith said in an interview with local media on Monday, local time, that the team’s running back Doug Martin (Doug Martin) will continue to assume the role of the main running back in the new season. He said: “The coaching staff had an in-depth discussion on how to build a good ground offense, and finally decided that Martin would still be the team’s main running back. What we have to focus on now is how to make the offensive line better cover him and let him Make the most of your talents.”

Doug Martin quickly faded after a phenomenal rookie season. The past two seasons were mediocre and often plagued by injuries, but backup running back Bobby Rainey played better. much more. In addition, the team selected another running back, Charles Sims, in the third round of 2013, intending to focus on training and replacing Martin in the future. All signs indicate that Martin should have been abandoned by the Pirates. Things took a turn for the worse, and the Pirates’ new offensive coordinator, Dirk Koetter, admired Martin so much that he decided to give him another chance at redemption.

Raiders tight end Darren Waller confirmed to be absent from this week’s game

After being listed as suspect in the game on Friday, the Raiders close end Darren Waller (Darren Waller) was determined to be absent from this week’s game on Saturday.

Waller injured his back and left knee in the Thanksgiving victory over the Cowboys and missed the second half of the game. This season Waller contributed 53 catches, advanced 643 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Waller completed 107 catches last season, setting a record in team history.

Waller had previously missed the seventh week of the game due to an ankle injury. Foster Moreau (Foster Moreau) played in his place, contributing 6 catches, advancing 60 yards, and a touchdown.

Raiders acting coach Rich Bisaccia (Rich Bisaccia) said: “We have experienced this twice. Waller also missed a game before. It was Foster who stood up and complemented Greg O. The game plan for Greg Olson (offensive coordinator)… We are also prepared this week.”

Moreau is the Raiders’ 2019 four-round pick and has completed 10 touchdowns in 40 games in his career.