“Quinnen Williams Skips Jets Offseason Program Amid Contract Negotiations”

According to a source, Quinnen Williams, an All-Pro defensive tackle negotiating a contract extension, did not report for the start of the New York Jets’ offseason program in Florham Park, N.J. The 25-year-old Williams, who is in the final year of his contract, had stated that he would not attend voluntary workouts without a new deal after the end of last season. Negotiations between the two sides have been ongoing for about two months, and general manager Joe Douglas recently stated that they were “in a positive place.” Williams is set to earn $9.6 million this season under his fifth-year option. This offseason, three defensive tackles received contracts worth at least $21 million per year, including Javon Hargrave ($21 million), Daron Payne ($22.5 million), and Jeffery Simmons ($23.5 million). Williams, who was drafted third overall in 2019 and had a career-high 12 sacks last season, was named to his first Pro Bowl and selected as first-team All-Pro.

“Matthew Stafford Returns to Full Throwing at Rams’ Offseason Program”

As Rams’ Offseason Program Begins, Matthew Stafford Declares Himself Healthy and Ready to Play

Matthew Stafford, the quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, was unable to throw during the team’s 2021 offseason program due to an elbow injury. But this year, Stafford is back and healthy, declaring himself “refreshed” and “ready to play” at the start of the Rams’ voluntary offseason program. Despite turning 35 years old, Stafford says he feels good and is excited to have a much more normal offseason experience. Last season, Stafford played in just nine games due to a spinal cord contusion, and his limited playing time was further impacted by two stints in the concussion protocol. However, he remains optimistic about his ability to compete and do what he loves on the field.

Josh Harris Group Sends Bid to Buy Washington Commanders for $6.05 Billion

The Josh Harris group has submitted its bid to the NFL to purchase the Washington Commanders, and the league is now reviewing the offer and providing necessary feedback, a source has confirmed to ESPN. Harris’ group, which includes billionaire Mitchell Rales and NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, reached an agreement in principle with Commander owners Dan and Tanya Snyder on Thursday to buy the team for $6.05 billion, which is fully financed. However, the deal has yet to be signed, which is the next significant step in the process. The offer was considered non-exclusive, leaving the door open for another group to potentially win the bidding. Canadian billionaire Steve Apostolopoulos, who also submitted an offer, remains a contender to purchase the Commanders.

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