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Sean McVay of the Rams and Kevin Stefanski of the Browns are among The Athletic’s NFL 40 under 40.

Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams and Kevin Stefanski of the Cleveland Browns are two of four head coaches named to The Athletic’s second annual NFL 40 under 40 list, which includes some of the league’s brightest young off-field emerging stars.
Aside from head coaches, the list includes a wide range of NFL roles, from coordinators like Carolina’s Joe Brady to media workers like ESPN’s Mina Kimes.
Michael Clay, the special-teams coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles, is the league’s youngest coordinator at the age of 29.
That individual had to be younger than 40 before Aug. 1 to be considered for the list, which took into account opinions from those working in and around the NFL.
In order to promote up-and-comers, certain well-known names were left off the list.
Check out Lindsay Jones’ full story in the “Go Further” section below to learn more about the rest of the NFL 40 under 40 class of 2021.
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Texans want to deal Deshaun Watson for high draft picks, according to speculations.

According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport, the Texans are eager to move Deshaun Watson and have been listening to trade offers “for quite some time.”
According to the source, the Texans are hoping for at least three first-round picks in exchange for Watson.
Houston is seeking a combination of five high draft picks and starting-caliber players, according to ESPN.
According to ESPN’s Sarah Barshop, the Texans do not believe they have received a “real offer.”
Watson requested a trade from the team in January, and barely two months later, the first of 23 lawsuits alleging sexual assault and inappropriate behavior were filed against him.
Despite the fact that he is not facing criminal charges, the NFL may punish him for the civil claims by suspending him.
There has been no sign that the Texans were willing to part with Watson until recently.
Watson arrived in training camp on Sunday, as first reported by NFL Network, to escape a $50,000 daily fee, according to ESPN.
His attitude on a trade, though, has not changed, and he restated his wish when he arrived at camp.
To be transferred to another team, the Texans quarterback would have to renounce his no-trade provision.
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