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:
If Bulaga gets a contract offer in the range that is being discussed, there’s little chance that it would come from Green Bay.
The Lions saved $6.1 million in cap room by moving on from the veteran tackle.
The signing locks up the veteran linebacker and ensures Nick Kwiatkoski’s departure from the team.
The 2020 roster overhaul has officially begun.
Should the Saints bring back free agent TE Jimmy Graham?
The former Pro Bowl tight end was released by the Packers.
Marty Hurney has piled up more dead money than any other general manager, and it’s not even close.
Plenty of smoke, with new reports of fire, in Tampa
Smith hasn’t played in the league since 2015
Steve Keim needs to pull a Sunny Weaver Jr. and select Ceedee Lamb “no matter what.”
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Washington TE Jordan Reed is expected to visit the team on Thursday.
Buffalo, Houston and Seattle among teams that could pursue pass-rusher
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Run Dobbins Run
Matthew Slater’s Patriots tenure will run through 2021
Today we finish the podcasting week with a second mailbag. We already had our weekly mailbag episode on Thursday, but due to circumstances related to events in the world I wasn’t able to record a discussion
Not a great look.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be watching Javon Hargrave get paid handsomely for his talents as a free agent.
In a very foreseeable move, the Bengals are cutting their losses with Cordy Glenn.
Veteran has had trouble staying healthy the past two seasons.
XFL suspends 2020 season and commits to resuming in 2021.
The end of a great run for the long time Tennessee tight end.
By using the franchise tag on Yannick Ngakoue the Jaguars will retain his rights through the start of the new league year.
The Colts have been quiet spenders in recent years, but with a ton of cap space plus the possibility of an uncapped season in 2021, they could be in a position to go a little wild this offseason.
Denver Broncos cornerback, Chris Harris Jr., has verbally confirmed that his return to Denver is not happening. He will move on in free agency.
The sixth-year linebacker has yet to play a full 16-game season in the NFL
Raiders’ right tackle wants to play with the Patriots QB again.
Reid joined 610 Sports Radio’s Fescoe in the Morning on Friday.