Let’s catch up on news around the NFL by seeing what the other fine football sites around SB Nation are discussing. We call this little feature “Touring the Nation.”
Bucs Nation says the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of five NFL teams experimenting with using “High and Tight” footballs in an effort to reduce fumbling. The balls beeps when it is being securely.
Wide receiver Marques Colston has apparently moved on from football, per Canal Street Chronicles, accepting a job with Sport Testing, Inc., a company designed to test professional athletes' physical abilities for any sport.
After his team missed the playoffs three straight seasons, Atlanta Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff knows he is on the hot seat, writes The Falcoholic. Dimitroff sounds like Giants GM Jerry Reese when he says "Of course I'm on the hot seat. Every year I'm on the hot seat. I believe that 100 percent.”
David Carr thinks Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions is the league’s most underrated quarterback Pride of Detroit discusses.
The Buffalo Bills are feeling heat from the league to build a new stadium. Buffalo Rumblings looks at the latest remarks from team ownership about the situation.
Stampede Blue wonders who should be inducted in the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor next. Umm ... Peyton Manning is not a bad idea.
Field Gulls takes the media to task for critiques of Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson it says are inaccurate.
Blogging The Boys examines the Dallas Cowboys’ biggest problem for 2016. No, it isn’t simply that they are the Cowboys.
Bucs Nation wonders what the future holds for Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston.
With linebacker Von Miller and the Denver Broncos still unable to come to a long-term contract agreement, Mile High Report wonders if John Elway would actually let MIller walk away from the team.
Every team makes moves it ends up regretting. Gang Green Nation looks at the worst New York Jets acquisitions of the past five years.
Music City Miracles looks back at the best five moments of quarterback Marcus Mariota’s rookie season.