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The Wolf Sports Newsletter: June 25, 2024

2024 NFL training camp dates are known, and a Stanley Cup champion was crowned last night.


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Training camp dates revealed


NFL training camps get underway next month, and the start dates and locations for all 32 teams were released last week. Football is coming…



Packers name next franchise leader


Edward R. Policy has been elected as the Green Bay Packers’ next Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO.


  • Policy, who is entering his 13th season with the Packers, is currently Green Bay’s chief operating officer and general counsel.
  • He will take over the Chairman, President, and CEO role in July 2025.
  • Mark Murphy, who has been in the role since 2007, will lead the team over the next 13 months before Policy takes over.
  • Policy says he is “incredibly honored, excited and grateful” for the opportunity.


Bottom line: The Packers are the NFL’s only team that’s actually a publicly-owned organization. The Chairman, President, and CEO role is as close as it gets to an operating owner of the franchise.


Patriots pay Stevenson


The Patriots signed running back Rhamondre Stevenson to a four-year, $36 million contract extension.



Stevenson’s extension has a max value of $48 million with incentives each season of the deal:


  • $600K each for hitting 1,400, 1,500, and 1,600 yards from scrimmage
  • $600K each for Pro Bowl and All-Pro (First- or Second-Team)


More transactions


The Chiefs cut defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs after two offseason arrests. Other moves from last week include:


  • The Cowboys signed 2017 first-round pick cornerback Gareon Conley and linebacker Willie Harvey Jr. after both played in the UFL.
  • The Jaguars added wide receiver Denzel Mims after he was released by the Steelers.
  • Star UFL running back Jacob Saylors signed with the Giants.
  • The Seahawks signed UFL running back Ricky Person Jr.
  • The Broncos signed outside linebacker Dondrea Tillman out of the UFL.
  • The Patriots signed offensive lineman Liam Fornadel from the UFL.
  • The Saints signed defensive back Roderic Teamer.


NFL news and notes


Quarterback Matt Ryan and team owner Arthur Blank will be put in the Atlanta Falcons’ Ring of Honor this season. Ryan will be enshrined in Week 3, and Blank will be honored in Week 5.



The Ravens released new alternate purple helmets.




Former Stanford head coach David Shaw has been hired by the Broncos as Senior Personnel Executive.


Taking inspiration from the popular TE University, Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown wants to start a WR University. Brown says they plan to do it in 2025.



The Charlotte City Council approved $650 million in renovations to Bank of America Stadium for the Panthers.


The NFL is launching a flag football tournament that they hope can compete with the Little League World Series.


Legendary running back Barry Sanders announced that he had a health scare over Father’s Day weekend.


Other Sports Updates


Baseball legend Willie Mays, one of the greatest players in MLB history, passed away last week at 93.



The Panthers defeated the Oilers in Game 7 to win the Stanley Cup Final.



Oilers star Connor McDavid won the Conn Smythe as the Stanley Cup playoffs MVP.


Tennessee defeated Texas A&M to win the College World Series.


The Cardinals beat the Giants in a fantastic atmosphere at Rickwood Field, the oldest professional ballpark in the United States and the home of Negro League games.


The Phillies turned the first 1-3-5 triple play since 1929.




Scottie Scheffler won the Travelers Championship, but Cameron Young also shined with the 13th ever sub-60 round in PGA Tour history.


Blue Jays prospect Orelvis Martinez was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball for a PED violation just days after his MLB debut. Mets reliever Edwin Diaz was suspended ten games for a foreign substance that saw him tossed before his appearance on Sunday night.


Goalie trades: The Devils acquired Jacob Markstrom from the Flames for defenseman Kevin Bahl and a 2025 first-round pick, and the Senators acquired Linus Ullmark from the Bruins for Joonas Korpisalo, Mark Kastellic, and a 2024 first-round pick.


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