Kellen Mond is added to the practice squad by the Indianapolis Colts, according to the Texas A&M Aggies NFL Tracker.

Kellen Mond is added to the practice squad by the Indianapolis Colts, according to the Texas A&M Aggies NFL Tracker.

 

 

Following the injury to starter Anthony Richardson, the Indianapolis Colts have signed former Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond to the practice squad.

Following backup Gardner Minshew and former Texas Longhorns quarterback Sam Ehlinger, Mond will serve as the team’s third-string quarterback.

Coach Shane Steichen of the Colts said that Richardson might be out for a number of weeks due to a shoulder injury.

He will miss for a while, according to Steichen.
“How much time?
I don’t know that at the moment, and that’s all I can tell you about that situation.

Originally selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the third round, Mond has played in one NFL game, completing two of three passes for a total of five yards.

De’Von Achane, a running back for the Aggies, scored on a 76-yard touchdown run on October 8 to give the Miami Dolphins a 14-0 lead over the New York Giants.
Achane is quickly emerging as a star for the team.

Achane’s 76-yard touchdown run is the longest of the season so far as he solidifies his position as the new No. Miami only has one running back.

ACHANE GOES NUTS ON OCT 1.
De’Von Achane, a former star for the Texas A&M Aggies, made a big splash last week by rushing for over 200 yards and four touchdowns against the Denver Broncos.

On Sunday against the Bills, Achane added two more touchdowns as he continued his winning ways.

Achane finished the day with five catches for 19 yards and eight carries for 108 yards and the two touchdowns.

27 SEPTEMBER MATTHEWS MONEY CHANGES The Falcons recently finished renegotiating Jake Matthews’ contract in a way that frees up roughly $7 million in 2023 cap space.
According to calculations, Atlanta will now receive about $10 million.
What does it serve, then?

The amount of money owed to the outstanding lineman is probably only changed by a “flip of the switch,” not by a real change.
It goes without saying that this may also refer to funds that will be available in years beyond this one.
It would be a little unusual for a team to make this move prior to a trade; typically, the two transactions would go hand in hand.

However, this is worth keeping an eye on because the Falcons, who are 2-1, consider themselves to be contenders. and might understandably want to improve the roster.

De’Von Achane, a running back for the Texas A&M Aggies and the Miami Dolphins, wants his name to be pronounced differently.

He informed the Dolphins’ public relations team and the media that he preferred his last name to be pronounced A-CHAN rather than A-CHAIN, as some have done.
He reminded people that he pronounces his first name “De-Von” rather than “Devon.”.

Achane has now specified twice how he wants his name to be portrayed.
Achane capitalized the V in his first name and added an apostrophe after the E earlier in the preseason.

Achane’s dominance with the ball in his hands has remained a constant throughout his time at Texas A&M and the NFL.

Achane made his debut against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, rushing for 203 yards and two touchdowns while catching four passes for 30 yards and an additional two scores.

The Miami Dolphins’ historic victory over the Denver Broncos, in which they scored the most points in an NFL game since 1966, was greatly aided by the Missouri City, Texas, native.
With 70 points, the Dolphins scored the second-most points in a regular season game and the third-most points in an NFL game overall.

Achane was inactive Week 1 but made his debut against the New England Patriots last week, gaining five yards on the ground and four receiving.

Achane demonstrated his abilities in Aggieland for three years, so it is well known what he is capable of. He had at least 200 carries and finished with the 16th-most yards gained and the second-highest yards per carry in program history.

 

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