The NFL returns Friday night. Also present at the 57th Superbowl is Bernhard Raimann, an Austrian. Legendary football legend Tom Brady will also delight fans once again.
The NFL kicks off the new season Friday night (2:20 a.m.) with the first game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Buffalo Bills. For Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, who led the California team to the championship in February, the task of defending the title started out with difficulty. “I can send you a PDF later with all the things I did,” the 34-year-old joked about dealing with a traumatic elbow injury.
Stafford was already suffering from pain in his right elbow last season, and the problems became acute again in pre-season. However, the ball distributor should have no restrictions initially against his favorite teammates from Buffalo, coach Sean McVeigh emphasized. On the flip side, Josh Allen, one of the league’s most talented quarterbacks, is waiting to lead the Bills to their first-ever Super Bowl win.
Brady in his short football retirement
Opposition, again, to Tom Brady. The quarterback lasted a full 40 days with seven Super Bowl episodes on the athlete’s pension before the playmaker from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced his resignation in March. Brady declared at the time that he still had “unfinished business” to do. This will be the 23rd season of the NFL for the superstar, who has been dubbed by many as “The Greatest of All Time” (“The Goats”).
In pre-season right in August, Brady took a short 11-day hiatus to attend “personal matters,” according to head coach Todd Bowles. Brady responded to questions about potential problems in his supposed ideal world: “Everything is private.” Isn’t Gisele Bundchen’s wife super excited about the return of the most successful player in league history? “I’m forty-five,” Brady said. “There’s a lot of bullshit.”
Austria exported Raimann before the debut of the NFL
He’s back in time for his final pre-season game against the Indianapolis Colts, who had Austrian attacking Bernard Rymann in his first game on Sunday with the Houston Texans (7 p.m.). With the Buc team, who lost to the Rams in the quarter-finals last season, Brady is one of the big favorites once again.
Just like the Green Bay Packers around quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who signed a three-year contract extension worth over $150 million in the spring. However, the 38-year-old has to deal with the departure of his receiving star Davante Adams, who has turned to his favorite club the Las Vegas Raiders with former teammate Derek Carr.
Kansas City Chiefs about star bowler Patrick Mahomes will likely have a say in the title again. However, the 26-year-old Mahomes suffered a similar fate for Rodgers: His favorite recipient, Terek Hill, is now catching balls for the Miami Dolphins. Meanwhile, Russell Wilson, now hoping after ten years with the Seahawks on new momentum and a sense of accomplishment with the Denver Broncos, is daring to make a whole new start.
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