Alvin Camara’s bizarre, unexplored possibilities ended last week, but questions remain about it.
On Monday Kamara was short on his answers on the matter.
“Not really, I’ve never been established in my life,” Camara said when asked if she would like to clarify anything about recent reports about her condition. “about that.”
Camara was released from practice last week, while reports came in that his absence was not really forgiven, while his camp denied such an allegation, pointing to an epidemic obtained to alleviate a backbone problem for a lack of participation. At the same time, a contract dispute arose between Kamara and the Saints, which led some to believe that Kamara might hold a fake grip in the guise of a health issue.
Camara promised to return to the breakup He kept his promiseWhen landing on the field on Wednesday, Coach Sean Payton told reporters that the Saints were “actively negotiating” a new deal.
Kamara did not elaborate much on the matter on Monday, ending the discussion with a brief reply:
“I came to the building every day,” Camara said. “That’s all I have to say.”
He’s not lying, but to explain the matter beautifully by looking to the future, we’ll leave it to his teammates and deal with Terran Armstrong.
“It’s a blessing to be in this business,” Armstedt said. Via Luke Johnson of the Times-Picayune. “It’s a blessing on both sides: the team is in long-term negotiations with a talented player from Alvin Camara, and there is an opportunity to extend someone in such a building. , But the competition is set, and the two have long been intertwined. “
Camara has not yet signed on to an extension, but as Armstead said, it looks like it will be done sooner rather than later. We may never know the full details of Camara’s absence, but this thing seems to be in the past.