Russell Wilson wants to win in Denver, the teams celebrate the holiday on June 19 and June 19, 2022.

Another day in the NFL and more news to dive into. Although it is Father’s Day and June 16 in the United States, this has not stopped news from across the league.

The teams are currently in the midst of their off-season training, with some teams already completing their mandatory mini-camps. With so much news circulating in the league, it can be hard to keep up. Fortunately, we cover you.

Here are the latest titles in the NFL.

Russell Wilson wants to win in Denver

Denver Broncos Mandatory Minicamp
Denver Broncos Mandatory Minicamp

Wilson was transferred to the Denver Broncos after spending his entire career with Seattle Seahawks. The winner of the Super Bowl is now calling Mile High House and is looking to win his second Lombardi trophy.

Wilson told reporters he said he wanted to join a team he wanted to win and that Denver had ticked that box.

Wilson said in a video of Zac Stevens of DNVR Sports:

“It was a blessing just to come here, just to come to an amazing city like Denver, to be a part of it with so many amazing teammates and a great coaching staff. But also, after the exchange was going to happen, I said, “Hey, listen, I want to make sure I’m going to a city that wants to win. I want to make sure I’m going to a team that wants to win. And I want to go to a city that knows how to win. ‘And all three of these things were ticked off here in Denver, so I think we have a chance.’

Russell Wilson: “I want to make sure I’m going to a city that wants to win. I want to make sure I go to a team that wants to win. And I want to go to a city that knows how to win. And all three of those things were ticked off the box here in Denver.

Given how the Broncos list is formed, the AFC West franchise is considered one of the favorites for the Super Bowl this season.

NFL teams celebrate Juniper’s Day

Dallas Cowboys Minicamp
Dallas Cowboys Minicamp

On Sunday, all NFL teams recognized the importance of the Juneteenth holiday by posting photos on their social media channels. As early as 2020, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league would see eleven as a holiday and that the league’s offices would not be open.

June 10 (also known as Emancipation Day and Freedom Day) brought to light the end of slavery in Texas when slaves learned they had been released on June 19, 1865. Two years after President Lincoln issued the Proclamation for emancipation. Several NFL teams, as well as players, turned to social media to shed light on the holiday and its significance.

NFL teams celebrate Father’s Day

Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets
Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets

Sunday is Father’s Day in the United States with millions and millions of families coming together to celebrate everything their fathers do for them. Usually the morning is spent showering Dad with love and gifts, as most families have planned something special for the man in the house.

Several teams logged in to their social media accounts to wish all dads Happy Father’s Day.

If you use any of the above quotes, please credit Zac Stevens of DNVR Sports and H / T Sportskeeda.

Everyone at Sportskeeda hopes that all the fathers there have a really special day.

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