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The former agent of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil received punishment from the NFL Players Association on Tuesday. Agent Marty Magid’s certification will be suspended for six months and he will be fined $25,000 for failing to fax a contract that would have earned Dumervil significantly more money than he ended up making. It was a messy situation that saw Dumervil go from Denver to free agent to Baltimore.

Here’s what else you might have missed from Tuesday:

Jermichael Finley’s bruised spinal cord will not force him to an early retirement, according to a report Tuesday. It’s still early, but the doctors believe Finley will be able to return to football after the injury scare. He’ll probably miss the rest of the season, and it’s not clear when he would be able to return, but it’s good news for sure.

There were plenty of transactions of note on Tuesday, so we’ve put a bunch together in a different roundup. The most significant move came when the Detroit Lions released tight end Tony Scheffler, who has contributed off and on this season and had high expectations. Click the link above for news on the New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans and more.

The Minnesota Vikings announced that they are sticking with Josh Freeman as their starting quarterback in Week 8. Freeman was signed two weeks ago and was inactive in Week 6, but made his first start for a team other than Tampa Bay in Week 7. It did not go well, as he completed just 20 of a whopping Cheap NFL Jerseys Nike 53 pass attempts. Still, it wouldn’t make sense to give up on him so quickly.

Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey will miss Week 8 with a foot injury. Bailey missed the first five games of the season due to the injury, but did manage to return over the past two weeks. The injury sticking around is significant, as the Broncos have the worst-ranked secondary in the NFL this season. Bailey Cheap NFL Jerseys Usa may be old, but the team is definitely better with him in the lineup, so hopefully he can get healthy sooner rather than later.

Tom Coughlin wants to get back in coaching, understands age is an issue

Coughlin technically “stepped down” as head coach of the Giants, although he lateradmitted the team forced him out. It was pretty obvious to anyone watching the press conference. He would expand on what happened at the end with King but confirmed he remains “disappointed” by the team’s decision.

“I’m not gonna go there. Fifteen years in the organization, and I’ll stand by that,” Coughlin said. “I’m disappointed how it ended, but I had a lot of great times there. I’ll be rooting for them every time they play.”

Add an asterisk on there if Coughlin ends up coming back to coaching. It’s also hard to believe he’s thrilled with how the offseason played out. After getting scapegoated (GM Jerry Reese kept his job) and seeing the same essential staff put in place (McAdoo was his offensive coordinator), the Giants went out and spent big money in free agency.

They re-upped Jason Pierre-Paul and paid big money for Damon Harrison, Janoris Jenkins and Olivier Vernon to improve a debilitated defense.

It was a very un-Giants like offseason, the sort of high-priced purchases Coughlin never really got during his tenure.

Not that he ever needed more motivation to prove he can coach well, but the Giants definitely gave him some over the last few months.

If Las Vegas can’t work things out with the Raiders, then the city has a backup plan: The San Diego Chargers.

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman revealed on Thursday that her city views the Chargers as Plan B if the Raiders end up staying in Oakland. During an interview onthe Dan Patrick Show, Goodman was asked directly if she thought a Chargers move to Vegas was an option.

“To me, yes,” Goodman said. “I know they’re absolutely looking to move.”

The mayor then pointed out that she has personal ties to the Chargers and the Chargers have personal ties to Vegas.

As Fisher alluded to, the actual football that goes on during rookie minicamp isn’t the important part. Instead, it’s the mental side of the game that takes on importance, as Goff begins to immerse himself in the playbook.

Or as Goff put it, he almost has to learn an entirely “different language” this summer.

Goodman said she told Sheldon Adelson, the CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, “to get us a team two years ago.” She said the Chargers seemed more viable at the time because of the connection to Las Vegas with the Spanos family, which owns the Chargers.