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:
Rodgers says he’s looking forward to a great relationship with Love, but admits having a new quarterback around may change his long-term status with the Packers.
No big story here.
SB Nation’s Theme Week has us asking, “What If?”
Some odds and ends about the Vikings’ schedule, four games at a time
If you are an athlete, Sean Payton will put you to work.
The Falcons OC says the quiet part out loud.
One of the certainties in Carolina is the kids are going to play.
Color the Bucs’ veteran linebacker excited when it comes to the Bucs’ biggest move of the offseason.
That’s if protocols are met and local regulations allow
Vance Joseph was supposed to be the NFL’s newest version of Mike Tomlin.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
One of the strangest stories of the offseason took another turn on Friday afternoon.
LA Rams tinker with their defensive line
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
and he’s absolutely right
Belichick maneuvered New England through some major personnel changes.
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GM Brandon Beane denies the report.
Rookie deal quarterback allows you to do such things
Since some of you love QB related articles so much, I present you with another!
The future at quarterback and left tackle will begin at the same time for the Bengals this season.
PFF likes what the Browns have done to fix the glaring issues along the offensive line.
Cooks is exactly what the Texans need.
Jon Robinson has had some luck with undrafted players over the past few seasons.
An overlooked position group, fifth-round safety Daniel Thomas could bring stability to safety position in 2020.
According to NFL.com’s Ali Bhanpuri, former Indianapolis Colts franchise quarterback Andrew Luck is the second best #1 overall pick of the past decade—behind ex-Carolina Panthers superstar quarterback Cam Newton:
But they probably won’t.
The second-year defender was over the moon to reunite with Gilman.
Running back excelled in the CFL in 2019
The Broncos linebacker recently did a Q and A with The Washington Post.