Every week we take a look around the NFL at each team. We pull the biggest and most discussed headlines from each of our 32 NFL websites.
Here’s all the biggest NFL headlines from this week:
This could be the team just checking on the price of the overall linebacker market, but Schobert has plenty of Wisconsin connections and might be a good fit in the Packers’ defense.
People got VERY mad at the singer.
Matt Nagy met the media today from the NFL Combine and we have the highlights from that right here.
Mike Zimmer ‘open’ to moving Riley Reiff to LG. Somewhere, Mike Remmers shakes his head in amazement
Why fix one position when you can potentially disrupt three?
Brees has been underwhelming in the Saints’ past three playoffs losses
All three teams have ample cap space and a big need for an offensive playmaker.
Probably not, but all signs are positive for his 2020 return.
One man’s interpretation of Bruce Arians’ NFL Scouting Combine remarks
The team would save $2.5 million
Kliff Kingsbury’s recent comments suggest Arizona is content to roll with Justin Murray, but the recent combine performance of Iowa OT Tristan Wirf’s could change that
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
The Seattle Seahawks are one of 12 teams to meet with Utah running back Zack Moss at the NFL combine, although the fit isn’t really there.
And it’s the NFL’s favorite kind - a successful one.
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The Washington tackle wants a new deal, or to be traded.
It appears as if Ted Karras could also generate quite the market.
Here are your links to the Jets this glorious first Sunday in March
Guard or Tackle? We won’t know ‘til the moves are made.
The former first-round pick could be shipping up to Boston or down to Florida
Depending on which argument you choose to make, Rudolph’s season was either a disaster or has some hope moving forward
According to the Athletic, the Bears could give up a second or third round pick for the Bengals’ quarterback.
Team reportedly not prepared to meet veteran middle linebacker’s asking price as he enters free agency
The Texans’ 2019 rookie offensive linemen should be key contributors for years to come.
The Jaguars and Yannick Ngakoue have yet to come to terms on a new contract, and it might take a while longer.
According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s representation, Don Yee and Carter Chow, have reportedly met with the Indianapolis Colts.
Based on the multitude of interviews the Broncos have done with wide receivers during the NFL Combine this week, there are some signs. But which one?
They say where there is smoke there is fire, and the rumors surrounding the possibility of Derek Carr being traded are really heating up
As the Chiefs prepared to place the franchise tag on him, the defensive tackle appeared on Cowherd’s Fox Sports show.