Welcome to Wednesday’s edition of The Morning After Huddle. There are several updates today that you’ll want to dig into.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Ryan Tannehill found himself making headlines, Tuesday, during a team presser. The Titans QB made it clear he didn’t know about the move to draft Malik Willis and was quoted as saying, “I don’t think it’s my job to mentor [Malik Willis], but if he learns from me along the way then that’s a great thing.”
- The first two pre-season games of the fall will look a bit different this year as the NFL has approved a measure for players to wear a Guardian Cap. The NFL’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allen Sills, spoke with NFL Network about what this means for players.
- Finally, NFL offseason program dates have been announced and several teams have rookie mini-camps this weekend. (Full Details)
That’s it for today’s edition. Catch us tomorrow morning for more news!