Madden 22 November update deleted the former Raiders coach
Some players will buy Madden 22 Coins in the game to improve themselves, and the coach is also the most important presence of the team. But the latest Madden 22 patch removes the shameful former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden from the game. Last month, Gruden came under fire and resigned as the head coach of Raiders, when emails surfaced exposing the 58-year-old racist and inappropriate language. The news comes from his conversations between 2011-18.
EA Sports has adopted an approach that deletes the portraits of players and coaches who were fired or fired in this malicious Madden 22 Coins. It is expected that EA will also remove WR Henry Ruggs III in the next update. The Raiders released Ruggs on Tuesday after he was involved in a fatal crash while driving under the influence, killing a woman and her dog. Unless EA believes it is necessary to remove Ruggs more quickly, the update may have to wait until December. Besides the adjustments to the Raiders’ virtual sidelines, the new patch also updates the beards of Leonard Williams and Tyrann Mathieu.
Many players bought MUT 22 Coins in the game but found some errors, so EA also updated the Las Vegas Raiders head coach likeness and deleted User-controlled Delay Fades in the game. The NFL has also received a real update. Fixed an issue with Jordan 99 club shoes. Flipped Steelers End Zone art to match real world references.
Fixed an issue with Adidas Freak gloves. Fixed multiple helmet and chin strap placement issues, including updates for players who replaced helmets, hair/beard updates for Leonard Williams and Tyrann Mathieu, and fixes to the 5th generation sleeve color issue. For more content, players can prepare some MUT Coins and experience it. Go ahead!
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