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 team also evidently has no plans to wear their previous throwbacks in 2020.
A breakdown of four different trade down scenarios and our preference for each.
To help us understand the latest revelations on the Nick Foles contract, WCG got an assist from one of the best salary capologists around in Over The Cap’s Brad Spielberger.
Potential new wrinkles on defense from the Vikings past
The Saints offense just got a lot better.
It’d give the Falcons a promising player for its defense.
Your benevolent dictator of Trade Down Island is back with a proposal for the Panthers to win the draft.
Covering the good, the bad, and the snarky from Twitter.
Defensive tackle is an obvious need for San Francisco.
This has been a fun offseason so far. But let’s ignore all the splashy signings and trades for a minute and focus on some veterans with something to prove who have largely been forgotten about.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Many fans of the Seahawks have asked what the situation with Gordon is, and whether the team could bring him back for the 2020 season to compete with the likes of David Moore and Phillip Dorsett for the third wide receiver role.
Cooks is traded for a third time
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
He wrote, “I’ve heard there are some inside the Bengals who are true believers in Herbert...”
Daily news and links for Wednesday
The 2020 NFL Draft is only a few weeks away. Teams across the league are likely in the process of finalizing their boards.
Can the Bills QB handle the heightened expectations?
Examining the case for and against Baltimore adding to their halfback platoon
The Pittsburgh Steelers could target another Michigan LB in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Would that even be enough?
Fans should expect “tweaks” to the decals on a uniform redesign that is expected to be a return to a traditional look.
The masthead’s reaction to the Brandin Cooks trade.
And why waiting until after the draft to make it official could be beneficial for the team.
The team’s pass rusher recently sat down with ESPN on NFL Live to discuss his ongoing situation with Jacksonville.
According to ESPN’s Matt Bowen, the Indianapolis Colts are the best fit for Notre Dame wideout Chase Claypool among the 2020 NFL Draft’s top wide receiver prospects:
The interest in a blindside protector is real.
Let’s look at Tom Telesco’s draft tendency in the first round
A clear path to second round opens up after Brandin Cooks is traded to Texans
The Chiefs continue to re-sign significant players from 2019‘s Super Bowl-winning squad.