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viernes, 11 de marzo de 2022

Tacleando la NFL: Notas de la NFL


NFL Network's 'Free Agency Frenzy' Coverage Kicks off Sunday, March 13 at 1 PM ET

Editions of 'NFL Free Agency Frenzy' on NFL Network –

Sunday, March 13 at 1:00 PM ET

Monday, March 14 – Wednesday, March 16 at 11:00 AM ET

Thursday, March 17 at 1:00 PM ET


'NFL Total Access' Expands to 2 Hours Monday – Thursday Starting at 7:00 PM ET


Latest News Available on & NFL App

NFL Media is the go-to destination for the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of the 2022 NFL free agency period, with players such as edge rushers Von Miller and Chandler Jones, defensive backs J.C. Jackson and Tyrann Mathieu, wide receiver Allen Robinson and others set to hit the open market.

NFL Network's NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage begins Sunday, March 13 and continues through Thursday, March 17 with 32 on-air analysts, reporters and hosts providing the latest news and expert analysis of every roster move and transaction. NFL Free Agency Frenzy airs at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday and Thursday, and at 11:00 AM ET on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Digitally, offers the latest news and reports from around the NFL, including a list of the Top 101 free agents available from Gregg Rosenthal, analysis from Judy BattistaJeffri Chadiha and Jim Trotter, and a running list of who has signed where. Additional coverage on includes a free agency edition of Rosenthal's Debrief column, Cynthia Frelund's best agent fits and the biggest head-scratchers given through an analytical lens, Marc Sessler's best moves and non-moves through the first wave of free agency, Bucky Brooks' free agent-focused Scout's Notebook, news analysis from the Around the NFL team of writers, and real-time updates via's Free Agency Tracker and Notable Departures Tracker.

On the NFL app, free agency reporting from NFL Network's team of reporters is available in vertical video.

Beginning on Monday, March 13, new editions of the Around the NFL podcast with Dan HanzusGregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler will be available each day during the week, recapping all of the latest news and free agent signings.

NFL Network's NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage features analysts Brian BaldingerDeAngelo HallMichael IrvinJames JonesDaniel JeremiahMaurice Jones-DrewScott PioliMichael RobinsonMarc Ross and Steve Smith Sr., NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, NFL Network analytics expert Cynthia Frelund, and hosts Rich EisenRhett Lewis and Andrew Siciliano.

Additionally, NFL Network reporters Judy BattistaJeffri ChadihaStacey DalesMike GarafoloMike GiardiAditi KinkhabwalaJames PalmerTom PelisseroJane SlaterJim TrotterSara WalshCameron Wolfe and Steve Wyche provide the latest news reports around the league, and Kimmi ChexMichael FlorioMarcas Grant and Adam Rank offer a fantasy football perspective on the latest free agency news.

NFL Total Access airs each night at 7:00 PM ET starting Sunday, March 13 recapping the day's action and providing the latest news reports, with hosts MJ Acosta-Ruiz and Mike Yam, and analysts Bucky BrooksDavid CarrJames JonesMaurice Jones-DrewWillie McGinest, Scott Pioli and Adam Rank. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's editions of NFL Total Access expand to two hours of live coverage.

Good Morning Football kicks off NFL Network's coverage each day at 7:00 AM ET with Kay AdamsShaun O'HaraPeter SchragerKyle Brandt and Will Selva.


Forum aims to bolster the pipeline for women in football operations roles across the league

NEW YORK (March 10, 2022) – The NFL will host its sixth annual Women's Forum virtually on Monday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 15 as part of its ongoing, league-wide commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Forum will connect 45 women, 64% of whom are women of color, with leaders in the professional football space to provide insight and opportunities into open NFL positions as well as coaching, scouting and football operations.

The Women's Forum aims to connect female participants with leaders in professional football. There have been 23 NFL clubs that have hired past Forum participants and over 200 opportunities have emerged for women in all levels of football since its inception in 2017.

For the second consecutive year, participants will take part in the two-day event virtually. This includes panel discussions, breakout sessions and networking activities with owners, executives, coaches, industry experts and hiring managers representing organizations including the NFL and Women Leaders in College Sports. Most participants attending this forum work in entry-level college football roles and will learn what could be next for them in a career in professional football.  

Past participants of the forum include: Brown University Quarterbacks Coach Heather Marini, the first female positional coach in the history of the sport; Cleveland Browns Chief of Staff/Assistant Wide Receivers Coach Callie Brownson; San Francisco 49ers Pro Personnel Analyst Salli Clavelle, the NFL's first Black female scout; Washington Commanders Coordinator of Football Programs, Natalia Dorantes, the League's first Latina to serve in a chief of staff role; Washington Commanders Assistant Running Backs Coach Jennifer King, the League's first Black female coach; Tampa Bay Buccaneers Assistant Defensive Line Coach Lori Locust, the first female positional coach in the NFL; and Ashton Washington, the Chicago Bears' first female scout.

Featured speakers for this year's virtual forum include NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Jane Skinner Goodell, as well as three club owners, eight head coaches and seven general managers, who are listed below.

NFL Club Owners:

  • Dee Haslam, Cleveland Browns Managing and Principal Partner
  • Darcie Glazer Kassewitz, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Co-Owner & President of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation and the Glazer Vision Foundation
  • Kim Pegula, President and CEO of Pegula Sports and Entertainment, and President of the Buffalo Bills
 Head Coaches:
  • Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Sean McDermott, Buffalo Bills
  • Sean McVay, Los Angeles Rams
  • Ron Rivera, Washington Commanders
  • Arthur Smith, Atlanta Falcons
  • Brandon Staley, Los Angeles Chargers
  • Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland Browns
  • Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans

General Managers:

  • Brandon Beane, Buffalo Bills
  • Nick Caserio, Houston Texans
  • Terry Fontenot, Atlanta Falcons
  • Chris Grier, Miami Dolphins
  • Howie Roseman, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Joe Schoen, New York Giants
  • Les Snead, Los Angeles Rams

The first day of the Forum (Monday, March 14) will be open for media attendance, with the agenda outlined below. Day Two (Tuesday, March 15) consists of more intimate breakout sessions between club and league coaches, executives and football operations staff with this year's Forum participants, which will be closed to media and outside viewers.

2022 Women's Forum Day One Agenda:

Monday, March 14 (Times outlined below are in Eastern time)

11:00 AM       Welcome & Program Introduction

  • Commissioner Roger Goodell and Jane Skinner Goodell

11:15 AM      The NFL's Forward Progress: Clubs Leading the Way

       Hosted by NFL Network's MJ Acosta-Ruiz

  • Commissioner Roger Goodell and Jane Skinner Goodell
  • Atlanta Falcons: Terry Fontenot (General Manager), Kjahna O (Scouting Coordinator) and Shelley Harvey (Scouting Coordinator)
  • Buffalo Bills: Brandon Beane (General Manager), Sean McDermott (Head Coach), Andrea Gosper (Player Personnel Coordinator) and Mechelle Geeter (Scouting Assistant)
  • Cleveland Browns: Kevin Stefanski (Head Coach), Joy Tapajcik (Football Operations Assistant/Special Projects) and Callie Brownson (Chief of Staff/Assistant Wide Receivers Coach)
  • Los Angeles Rams: Les Snead (General Manager), Kassandra Garcia (Coordinator, Football Administration) and Alexandria Hill (Football Operations Fellow)
  • New York Giants: Brian Daboll (Head Coach), Joe Schoen (Senior Vice President and General Manager), Angela Baker (Offensive Quality Control Coach) and Laura Young (Director of Coaching Operations)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bruce Arians (Head Coach) and Lori Locust (Assistant Defensive Line Coach)
  • Washington Commanders: Ron Rivera (Head Coach), Jennifer King (Assistant Running Backs Coach) and Natalia Dorantes (Coordinator of Football Programs)

 12:25 PM      Introduction to the Women's Forum Class of 2022

        Hosted by NFL Network's Kimmi Chex 1:00 PM      The Future of Football: Lessons from the Field

      Hosted by Mori Taheripour

  • Mechelle Geeter (Buffalo Bills - Scouting Assistant)
  • Alexandria Hill (Los Angeles Rams - Football Operations Fellow)
  • Ashley Smith (National Football League – Manager, Player Engagement)
  • Joy Tapajcik (Cleveland Browns - Football Operations Assistant/Special Projects)              
    • *All speakers on this panel are past Women's Forum participants
2:00 PM        Setting the Tone from the Top: Ownership Roundtables

       Hosted by NFL Network's Steve Wyche

  • Dee Haslam
  • Darcie Glazer Kassewitz
  • Kim Pegula
    • After a round of questions – the owners will move into breakout sessions with 10-12 of this year's Forum participants and field questions from them
Speaker attendance is subject to change*

Franchise and Transition Players Named

Franchise and transition player designations were announced today for the 2022 NFL free agency signing period, which begins at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 16. 

A club can designate one “franchise” player or one “transition” player among its veteran free agents.    

The salary offer by a player’s club determines whether the franchise player designation is exclusive or non-exclusive

An “exclusive” franchise player – not free to sign with another club – is offered the greater of (i) the average of the top five salaries at the player's position for the current year as of the end of the restricted free agent signing period on April 23; or (ii) the amount of the required tender for a “non-exclusive” franchise player, as explained below.

Article 10, Section 2(a)(i) of the CBA sets forth the methodology, known as the “Cap Percentage Average,” for calculating the required tender for such a player:

The Nonexclusive Franchise Tender shall be a one year NFL Player Contract for (A) the average of the five largest Prior Year Salaries for players at the position . . . at which the Franchise Player participated in the most plays during the prior League Year, which average shall be calculated by: (1) summing the amounts of the Franchise Tags for players at that position for the five preceding League Years; (2) dividing the resulting amount by the sum of the Salary Caps for the five preceding League Years . . . ; and (3) multiplying the resulting percentage by the Salary Cap for the upcoming League Year . . . (the “Cap Percentage Average”) . . . ; or (B) 120% of his Prior Year Salary, whichever is greater . . . .


If a club extends a required tender to a non-exclusive franchise player pursuant to this section, the player shall be permitted to negotiate a player contract with any club, except that draft choice compensation of two first-round draft selections shall be made in the event he signs with a new club.

The signing period for franchise players begins at 4:00 p.m. (ET) on March 16 and ends on the Tuesday following the 10th week of the season.

This year, no player was designated as an exclusive franchise player. Eight players were designated as non-exclusive franchise players.





Cincinnati Bengals

Jessie Bates


Cleveland Browns

David Njoku


Dallas Cowboys

Dalton Schultz


Green Bay Packers

Davante Adams


Jacksonville Jaguars

Cam Robinson


Kansas City Chiefs

Orlando Brown


Miami Dolphins

Mike Gesicki


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Chris Godwin



transition player is offered the greater of (i) the average of the top 10 prior year salaries at the player’s position, which average is calculated using the same methodology used for non-exclusive franchise players (the Cap Percentage Average); or (ii) 120% of his prior year salary.If a club extends a required tender to a transition player, the player shall be permitted to negotiate a contract with any club subject to his prior club’s right of first refusal, except that no draft choice compensation shall be made with respect to such player if his prior club declines to exercise its right of first refusal.The signing period for transition players begins at 4:00 p.m. (ET) on March 16 and ends on July 22.  After July 22 and until 4:00p.m. (ET) on the Tuesday following the 10th week of the season, the prior club has exclusive negotiating rights.

This year, no player was designated as a transition player.