The Morning After Huddle: May 14, 2022

We break down all of Friday’s biggest NFL News in our latest Morning After Huddle

Welcome to the weekend edition of The Morning After Huddle where we bring you the top news from around the NFL from Friday and any news you missed from the past week. So, grab your coffee and let’s hop into it.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • The 2022 NFL Schedule Release showcased an intriguing season opener between the Super Bowl champion Rams and the Buffalo Bills and a “grab your popcorn” worthy game in Russell Wilson returning to Seattle for Monday Night Football. The full slate of games for all 32 teams this season can be found here.
  • Jerry Jeudy was released on bond Friday morning following his Thursday arrest. Additionally, the woman involved in the case has asked for the case to be dismissed. More details about the case are expected when Jeudy returns to court on May 31.
  • Earlier this week, the Mayor of Dallas proposed the idea of an expansion team saying that he believed the city could sustain both teams better than L.A. or N.Y.. Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, Frank Schwab and Eric Edholm explained how that would likely never happen.
  • Finally, your Key Signings Roundup: Former Browns Wide Receiver Jarvis Landry has found a new home with the Saints. Landry posted a video to his social media on Friday with the caption “WHO DAT”. Another trade happened this week as Raiders Wide Receiver Bryan Edwards was sent to the Wide Receiver needy Falcons.

That’s it for today’s huddle. Catch us Sunday for more top news you want to know!

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