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:
While this is not a sign that a release is imminent, a league source is reading the tea leaves coming out of Green Bay the same way that Packers fans have all offseason.
The Lions clearly want a close look at the NFL Draft prospects Auburn has to offer.
We check on what a few “experts” think about the Bears QB situation.
All combine plan
Saints to officially place a first-round tender on RFA QB Taysom Hill; long-term deal expected to get done before the start of free agency.
The Falcons are in a desperate place at the EDGE position heading into 2020, and they’ve got very little cap space to address it. We take a closer look at which pass rushers Atlanta can realistically pursue in free agency.
The Panthers are adding a left tackle at the expense of their right guard
The rumor mill is chugging along just fine.
Thinking big picture, this may be the only option for the 49ers
The Cardinals need a top-flight wideout, and there should be a good one available at #8. But it would be a mistake to draft one there. Here’s why.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Along with Robert Quinn, Golden is one of the few mid-tier pass rushers available who would be able to come in as a free agent and give fairly safe production, health permitting.
Green Bay, Detroit and Las Vegas could all try to pry away the Rams inside linebacker
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Miami’s quarterback search will leave no stone unturned.
March is for brackets, so make sure to follow along and fill this one out!
With the Combine behind us, ESPN’s Todd McShay has a new mock draft. He has the Jets addressing their need at wide receiver with their first round pick.
Who would you take at 22?
A long-term deal has not been reached, yet
NFL players are now able to vote on the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement, and several members of the Steelers have made their thoughts known regarding the proposal.
A handful of teams are reportedly interested in trading for Andy Dalton. What do they have to offer the Bengals in return?
Washington will reportedly allow its talented left tackle permission to seek a trade. Could he fill Cleveland’s gaping void at the position?
Another Texans star says “Just Say No” to new collective bargaining agreement.
Another twist in the Titans never ending offseason QB drama.
Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline suggest Seattle might be a suitor for the young pass rusher’s services.
A third round pick would be more than worth it for a player of Trent Williams caliber. It hurts nothing for the Denver Broncos to put the offer on the table.
The deal gives the running back $15 million guaranteed
What if Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock push all their chips into the defense this offseason? That’s it. That’s the premise of the article.
Watkins has been retweeting the idea all week.