NFL Roundup 8.10.2022

>>Titans Travel To Baltimore Today Ahead Of Preseason Game

(Nashville, TN)  —  The Titans hit the road today ahead of their preseason game against the Ravens tomorrow.  The team held their last practice of the week behind closed doors yesterday and put the final plan in place for their game in Baltimore.  The Titans also signed two safeties yesterday in Adrian Colbert and Elijah Benton as the team continues to deal with injuries across their defensive backs.  Kickoff tomorrow is at 6:30.

>>NFL Preseason Week One Gets Underway Tomorrow

(Undated)  —  Week One of the NFL preseason officially gets underway tomorrow.  Things will kick off as the New York Giants visit the New England Patriots.  Meanwhile, the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens clash in Baltimore.  Last week, the Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars got the preseason going with the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.  This week, the Raiders are back at home as they will take on the Minnesota Vikings in preseason action in Las Vegas on Sunday.

>>NFL Commish Calls For Full-Year Suspension For Watson

(Bloomington, MN)  —  NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is calling for at least a full-year suspension for Cleveland Browns’ quarterback Deshaun Watson.  Goodell said evidence from sexual misconduct allegations against Watson shows “egregious” actions and “predatory behavior.”  Seeking a harsher penalty under its personal conduct policy, the league last week appealed the six-game suspension handed down to the quarterback by a retired federal judge.  Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey will hear the appeal.  There’s no timetable on when a ruling will be made.

>>Sale Of Denver Broncos Approved

(Bloomington, MN)  —  NFL owners have approved the sale of the Denver Broncos.  Walmart heir Rob Walton is leading a group buying the team for four-point-65-billion-dollars, the most expensive sports team sale in history.  The sale dwarfs the previous NFL record of just over two-billion-dollars for the Carolina Panthers in 2018.   The owners gave their approval Tuesday afternoon.