Last year’s Super Bowl teams will become even more familiar with one another this offseason. The Cincinnati Bengals announced that they will be hosting the Los Angeles Rams for two practices during training camp this year. The sessions will be held in the days leading up to the preseason finale between the two teams on August 27th.

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich is once again reuniting with one of his former quarterbacks. Indianapolis has agreed to a two-year deal with veteran quarterback Nick Foles. Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl title in 2017 when Reich was the team’s offensive coordinator. The addition of Foles comes a year after the Colts signed former Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz to be their starter. Indianapolis acquired former Atlanta Falcons signal caller Matt Ryan to be the team’s starting quarterback for the upcoming season.

Several NFL owners may be considering ousting Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder. USA Today reports multiple franchise owners are interested in voting to remove Snyder as an NFL owner as he faces accusations of financial improprieties and workplace misconduct. One owner told USA Today it would take 24 votes to force Snyder to sell his stake in the Washington franchise. Snyder has been at the center of accusations of a toxic culture involving the team’s cheerleaders, as well as allegations the franchise held two separate accounting books.

Auto Racing

The Indianapolis 500 has its first crash victim of the month. Dalton Kellett became the first driver to crash, which ends a stretch where no major incidents were recorded during practice or qualifying. Kellett was attempting to pass Romain Grosjean on the outside entering Turn One during the two-hour session, but the yellow flag was needed with about 30 minutes left after he spun his vehicle into the SAFER barrier. He emerged from the car under his own power, and has been checked, released, and approved to drive Friday on Carb Day.