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:
The soon-to-be Packers receiver could actually earn more in incentives than the base value of his deal if he has a huge season in 2020.
The Lions are making some interesting additions to their linebacking corps.
If Foles has this kind of year, the Bears will be back in the playoffs.
But can a deal get done?
After a record-breaking 2019 season, there are some high expectations for Michael Thomas in 2020. How will the wideout fare next season?
It makes clear that Atlanta still has a long way to go.
The Panthers have added some bulk to their defensive line.
Web links on the Buccaneers.
Of all the receivers in this draft, Jeudy is the best fit for the 49ers
The Arizona Cardinals continue to piece together their roster.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
The Seattle Seahawks have a lot of decisions to make in free agency, and one of the most polarizing figures among fans has been Germain Ifedi.
Baltimore announced they won’t be signing the DT due to findings during his physical
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Phillips led the league with 455 receiving yards in 2020 and was named XFL star of the week three times
Last weekend news broke that the Jets had agreed to terms with safety Marqui Christian. Brian Costello now reports that there were apparently complications on some of the finer details
The Bills have made some moves, so where do the holes remain?
Ravens replace the Michael Brockers move with another playmaker
A new role for Edmunds could see the Steelers go in a direction Steelers fans weren’t expecting
A massive get for the Bengals defense.
New GM Andrew Berry must have a plan for him
But he is a bag of chips.
News of free agency signings has been slow, but fans mashing the panic button are overreacting... for now.
After agreeing to terms on an initial contract, the Jaguars announced the two sides could not come to a final agreement after all.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Indianapolis Colts are signing former Minnesota Vikings’ All-Pro veteran cornerback Xavier Rhodes.
The money spent by the Denver Broncos to land running back Melvin Gordon was a poor allocation of resources.
The former ESPN analyst might have let something slip
Free agency has altered approach at No. 12, 19
The free-agent wide receiver is apparently returning to the team in 2020.