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Madden NFL 22 ratings and rankings

Training camps begin for all 32 NFL teams this week, which means Madden NFL 22 season is almost upon us. This year’s version of the video game will be released worldwide on Aug. 20.

Who will join the 99 Club after five made it last year? Those players will be revealed during Get Up on ESPN each morning this week, and the top 10 players from several positions will be discussed daily on First Take, SportsCenter and NFL Live. Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes will share the cover of Madden NFL 22.

Throughout the week, we’ll take a look at some of the top-rated receivers, running backs, quarterbacks, defensive linemen and defensive backs in the game. On Friday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN, check out the SportsCenter special breaking down the ratings process, with Louis Riddick and Mina Kimes interviewing players and revealing additional ratings.

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Madden NFL 22 Releases Schedule for Ratings Reveal of Top Positions | Bleacher Report

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Player ratings for the Madden NFL 22 video game are set to debut as part of “Madden Ratings Week” on ESPN beginning Sunday. 

EA Sports announced Wednesday select positions will be highlighted each day along with members of the “99 Club”—the players who’ve achieved the highest possible overall rating in this year’s game, who’ll be revealed on Get Up each day.

Here’s a look at the complete schedule for the other ratings:

             

Sunday (July 25)

Kickoff Special at 12:30 p.m. ET on ESPN

             

Monday (July 26)

Top 10 wide receivers with Chad Johnson on First Take

Full wide receiver ratings on SportsCenter

              

Tuesday (July 27)

Top 10 defensive linemen with Vince Wilfork on First Take

Top 10 edge rushers on SportsCenter and NFL Live

              

Wednesday (July 28)

Top 10 running backs with Marshawn Lynch on First Take

Full running back ratings on SportsCenter and NFL Live

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Calais Campbell brings home the highest Madden rating on Ravens

Little by little Madden NFL 21 rankings have been leaked as the franchise gears up for a release on August 25. Friday night, Madden released the complete rankings and boy are there some interesting overalls out there.

A few notables were released prior to Friday, like the cover athlete quarterback Lamar Jackson receiving a 94 overall. He was the third-rated QB behind league MVP Patrick Mahomes (99) and Seattle Seahawks Russel Wilson (97), however, that wasn’t enough to make him the highest-rated player on the Ravens squad.

“I wish it was better,” Jackson said on SportsCenter. “But hey, it’s better than it was last year. I guess we can roll with it till the season starts.”

Running back Mark Ingram ripped EA when his rating was revealed earlier this week — he wasn’t happy with his 87 overall.

“EA you sleeping on me,” he said in a hilarious video

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ESPN Plans Week Filled With Madden NFL Ratings Coverage

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ESPN’s devotion to all things football is well known. But next week, it will cover a decidedly different version of that game.

The Walt Disney-owned sports-media outlet intends to make exclusive reveals of the player ratings in Madden NFL 21, the latest title in EA Sports’ Madden NFL franchise. starting on Monday, July 13, on “Get Up.” Other ESPN daytime programs like “First Take,” “SportsCenter” and “NFL Live” will also devote segments to Madden NFL, says Andy Tennant, a senior coordinating producer overseeing the project. Hosts on “First Take” will debate superstar ratings. Anchors on “SportsCenter” will reveal positional rankings. . All of the excitement will culminate in a “SportsCenter” special breaking down the ratings process on Friday, July 17 at 7 p.m. on ESPN, where Laura Rutledge, Louis Riddick, Field Yates and Mina Kimes will interview players

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