NFL Update – June 22nd Edition

Coronavirus (COVID-19) NFL Update – June 22nd Edition

The National Football League had a relatively quiet week. Things happened in the NHL, NBA, and MLB, but for the NFL, it’s steady as she goes. Still, the league did release a Covid-19 related email. Also, a marquee defensive back decided he’s had enough of his current team. Check out what happened last week in the National Football League so you can plan ahead your bets against their NFL odds!

NFL Update – June 22nd Edition

 2021 Super Bowl

  • When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021
  • Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

2021 Super Bowl Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • Baltimore Ravens +650
  • San Francisco 49ers +850
  • New England Patriots +2500
  • New Orleans Saints +1000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2200
  • Dallas Cowboys +1400
  • A. Chargers +4000
  • Green Bay Packers +2500
  • Seattle Seahawks +2000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +2200
  • A. Rams +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +2700
  • Minnesota Vikings +3300
  • A. Raiders +8000
  • Indianapolis Colts +2200
  • Tennessee Titans +2200
  • Houston Texans +4000
  • Chicago Bears +4000
  • Atlanta Falcons +4000
  • Buffalo Bills +2200
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900
  • Denver Broncos +5000
  • Carolina Panthers +8000
  • New York Giants +8000
  • New York Jets +8000
  • Detroit Lions +8000
  • Arizona Cardinals +5000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +15000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +10000
  • Miami Dolphins +8000
  • Washington Redskins +12500

NFL sends memo about “tiered” access

Last week, the National Football League sent a memo about tiered access. The memo is designed to help the league fight the coronavirus pandemic.

The memo calls for every team in the league to develop an Infectious Disease Emergency Response Plan (IDER). Every team must come up with a plan to mitigate the coronavirus from spreading.

In the memo, league officials said that teams must come up with a tiered divisions. The tiers will determine where personnel can go within the specific organization.

The NFL hopes to clearly define who can go where in stadiums, locker rooms, and onto football fields.

Teams must have their Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III plans in place and sent to the league office seven days before the official player reporting day. Although nobody knows what day that will be, most NFL teams will start training camps on July 28.

NYJ safety Jamal Adams wants out of New York

One of the top safeties in the NFL wants to leave New York. Jamal Adams let the team know that he no longer wants to call himself a New York Jet.

Adams has sent the Jets a list of seven teams he’d play for. At the top of the list are the Dallas Cowboys. Jamal went to Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas. That’s just 31 miles from the Cowboys’ home stadium.

Also on the list are the Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, and San Francisco 49ers.

All seven teams on Adams’ list would love to have him on their rosters. At just 24-years-old, Adams is already one of the best safeties in the league. He had 61 solo tackles last season to go along with an interception, 2 forced fumbles, and 6 ½ sacks.

Who can make the trade? The Jets will probably want Jamal out of the AFC. So, Philly, Dallas, the Seahawks, and the Niners could be who NYJ is thinking of calling.

No changes on MyBookie Super Bowl odds board

Last week, there were no significant changes to Super Bowl odds on MyBookie. The Ravens, Chiefs, and 49ers remain the top 3 choices.

While handicapping the Super Bowl winner, make sure to check out all the other future and prop bets available on MyBookie.

Have a great week!