NFL Mandatory Minicamps 2022 — Browns QB Deshawn Wilson speaks; Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson practice

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson Talked with the media, players such Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray And Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson he showed up at work while Washington Commanders We have continued to deal with the fallout of Jack Del Rio, defensive coordinator, comments regarding the January 6 insurrection. Minicamps started on Tuesday.

This week's minicamp season is busiest, with 17 teams starting to work out on Tuesday. Twelve teams participated in minicamps last week, with the Miami Dolphins Moving earlier and the Cincinnati Bengals And Philadelphia Eagles You can choose not to participate in mandatory minicamps.

Here are some photos, many taken by ESPN's NFL Nation journalists, which were on the scene at this week’s activities. These include Tuesday's minicamps.

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NFL Mandatory Minicamps 2022 -- Browns QB Deshawn Wilson speaks; Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson practice

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NFL Mandatory Minicamps 2022 -- Browns QB Deshawn Wilson speaks; Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson practice

Deshaun Watson reiterates innocence, regrets impact of lawsuits on Browns, family
Watson reiterated Tuesday that the many allegations against him of inappropriate sexual conduct during massage sessions were untrue. While Watson said Tuesday that he doesn't regret any of his actions and that he had no regrets, the Browns quarterback admitted that he did regret some of the negative effects the allegations have had for those around him.

NFL Mandatory Minicamps 2022 -- Browns QB Deshawn Wilson speaks; Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson practice

Dalton Schultz reports to Cowboys camp
After missing the last week of voluntary team activities, Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz Sources confirm that Schultz has attended this week's mandatory minicamp. Schultz would have been fined more than $95,000 if he had skipped the minicamp over the three-day period.

NFL Mandatory Minicamps 2022 -- Browns QB Deshawn Wilson speaks; Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson practice

Ron Rivera says Jack Del Rio apology to Commanders was ‘well-received'
Washington Commanders Tuesday's team meeting saw Jack Del Rio, defensive coordinator, apologize for his controversial remarks last week. He referred to the Jan. 6th 2021 events at the U.S. Capitol as a “dustup” and made the comments in front of the entire team. Ron Rivera, Washington coach said Del Rio's apologies were “well received” and stated that his coordinator had met with several players to discuss the comments.

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“I cannot control that. They asked me to do everything. Every question the NFL asked me I have answered truthfully. I spent hours talking with the people they brought me down. All I can do is tell them the truth and be open with them. I have to respect their job. We want to cooperate. They must make the best decision for the league.

Deshaun Watson, Browns quarterback, discusses his impending off the-field problems

Kim and the Pegula families are in our thoughts and prayers. They have done so much to help me, my family, and our team, as well as the city of Buffalo. “We collectively offer our prayers and support, as well as privacy to them during this difficult time.”

Sean McDermott is a Bills coach and discusses the health of Kim Pegula, his co-owner.

It was certainly difficult. Everyone expected more. Losing like that is always hard. It was a great motivator in the offseason. It's up to you to let it fuel you, and then get ready for the next. Anything motivates me. I was definitely motivated by that. All doubters, whatever they may be. We will see.

Titans running back Derrick Henry, after last season's playoff loss


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