The coronavirus crisis is having a strong impact in all areas of society and many clubs are analyzing how it will affect them in economic terms. Words like ERTE or salary reductions are planned in the environment and Rayo’s coach, Paco Jémez, expressed his opinion in this regard. “All clubs, in an exercise in bravery, seriousness and intelligence, should ensure the wages of workers who need it to make ends meet.. Then, players and coaching staff would be watching, “he said in ‘El Larguero’.Rayo’s coach also emphasized the importance of these workers in the day-to-day operations of the entities. “I speak to many of my club and they are restless. Their salaries give them life and, within what is a club budget, they are peccata minuta. The rest we will see later. No one is going to fault or demand their entire contract. They can take away what you have not worked, something that would seem to me to a certain extent fair“, argument. Paco Jémez also confirmed that both he and his closest circle “is fine”, although he lives this whole situation with “quite a lot of concern”. The coach explained that He has spoken with his players, to whom they have provided a training schedule and supplied stationary bikes so that they can exercise. during his confinement at home. Something insufficient to maintain optimal shape. Hence, advocating for “a kind of preseason” if the competition resumes.Right now the future is unknown and nobody knows if LaLiga will be able to conclude, although Paco is in favor of ending it, as long as that does not entail any risk. “I would love for the competition to end, even if it was in August and we ran out of holidays. Of course, as long as everyone’s health has been ensured, “said the coach, who cannot find a fair solution to the hypothetical scenario of ending the season: “Start from scratch or end like this, whatever you do, you are going to take cakes everywhere because there will always be victims”.
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “Good competition. Both men have been practicing very well the last couple of days,” Holcomb said. “It’s an ongoing process, it’s a constant rotation.”Benwikere played 34 snaps on defense to Taylor’s 55 Sunday in a 16-14 loss to Chicago, though many of those were in the interior as a fifth or sixth defensive back.It’s possible he could continue to earn more snaps in that role if Taylor continues seeing most of the snaps at corner.EXTRA POINT— Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, on the mobility and arm strength that Rosen brings to the table: “You do so many drills during the day or during the week of, you’re not just sitting back there dropping, sitting in the pocket. You got to be able to move, you got to know when you can step up, when you can flush, what are the certain looks, where are the hot answers when things break down. I think as we’ve all seen in the short amount of time he’s been with us that he can throw on the run and get out of certain things and make some plays with his feet.” He remembers the early days, when the first thing he’d do upon hearing a play-call was double-check where he was supposed to line up or where a hole might open up.“I was so worried about, alright, don’t forget that. This is your move. This is what you got,” he said.“Now I hear a play, I already know what I got, I’m already looking at the defense. I’m all about the defense now. It’s slowed it down for me tremendously.”Cornerback competition on the radarNew coaching staff, new year, same microscope on the Cardinals’ cornerback opposite Patrick Peterson.Jamar Taylor, who was acquired from the Cleveland Browns in a trade this offseason, began the year as Arizona’s starter. But on Sunday, he was lifted in the fourth quarter for Wilks-taught defensive back Bene Benwikere.Benwikere played for Wilks from 2014-16 after he was the Carolina Panthers’ fifth-round pick in 2014. He’s since bounced around, playing for the Dallas Cowboys last season.Wilks said Sunday that inserting Benwikere at corner was about searching for a spark and this week reiterated the competition is open. Defensive coordinator Al Holcomb said the call is Wilks’ to make, but did say Thursday that a competition is taking place. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Chicago Bears defensive tackle Bilal Nichols, left, wraps up Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (29) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso) Forget for a second about starting running back David Johnson’s exit from the field during a crucial 3rd-and-2 situation on Sunday against the Bears.There’s a reason it’s Edmonds, the fourth-round pick out of Fordham, who is backing up Johnson at all. The Cardinals think he’s more than prepared.Related LinksArians on TD Fantasy Podcast: Cards are improperly using David JohnsonBehind Enemy Lines: Division-rival Seahawks prepare to visit CardinalsCardinals LBs Bucannon, Reddick continue to work as snaps dwindlePreparation has Cardinals QB Josh Rosen confident heading into first startCardinals offensive coodinator Mike McCoy has praised Edmonds’ pass-protection abilities with his 5-foot-9, 205-pound frame.Edmonds has rushed 10 times for 39 yards and caught all nine targets thrown his way for 39 more yards.He’s made the transition to the league easy on himself.“It was film study for me,” he said. “Really just paying attention to small little details, find ways to memorize, OK, how do I know this pressure is coming? I was always taught in college: prepare for the worst and react to the easy.“I look at a full play that I’m trying to study and let it go — so I try not to think about it. And then I rewind it. And then I’ll try to break it down, step-by-step, what I have to do, what my job is, where my eyes and O-line are on that look.”Edmonds said he’s grown immensely in how fast he’s able to process information, even comparing earlier parts of training camp with Week 1 of the regular season. 4 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires TEMPE, Ariz. — Typical NFL quarterback he is, Josh Rosen is supposed to be the most confident. As a rookie now tasked with leading the Arizona Cardinals, he is not supposed to show weakness.“Fake it ’til you make it,” he’s said since being drafted No. 10 overall.Subtly, he broke that rule about carrying all the confidence in the world by complimenting rookie running back Chase Edmonds.“I think he’s smarter than all of us,” Rosen said Wednesday, speaking of his fellow Cardinals rookies. “He’s the one fixing a lot of protections.”