NFL Rookie Minicamps are underway all over the NFL landscape. Lets check out what the rest of the SB Nation NFL Network is talking about this week.
The Dallas Cowboys found out last week that veteran tight end Jason Witten had decided to retire. Blogging the Boys writer Dave Halprin tells readers why the Cowboys won’t be adding a veteran tight end right now. I personally think that the Cowboys need to add another veteran to the group with experience to help mold the group moving forward.
Chicago Bears fans, along with the organization are still making up their mind on quarterback Mitchell Tribusky. In my opinion, Tribusky would have been better off sitting behind a veteran quarterback for a couple of years instead of being thrown into the fire immediately. It was not the right decision to start him in his first season with the team.
C.J. Anderson signed with the Carolina Panthers on Wednesday in a deal worth $1.7 million, including $800k worth of incentives. Anderson should get a good amount of work in the Panthers backfield with Jonathan Stewart signing with the New York Giants this offseason.
Russell Wilson, despite an awful offensive line, was one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL last season. Field Gulls writer John P. Gilbert argues that he wasn’t good under pressure last season.
The San Fransisco 49ers have by far the best chance to go from the divisions worst to best in one season.
The Arizona Cardinals will have quite the quarterback battle in camp between veteran Sam Bradford and rookie Josh Rosen. Rosen should come out on top in that competition, even if the Cardinals would like to take it slow with him.
Buffalo Rumblings discusses whether they like the Bills 2018 Draft Class. Getting both a potential franchise quarterback in Josh Allen and a staple middle linebacker in Tremaine Edmunds was the best first round pull in the NFL, in my opinion.
With Marcus Mariota’s injury concerns, the Titans are in a huge need of a consistent backup quarterback.