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:
Former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen remains a free agent. The Packers should fix that.
Ayers apparently didn’t agree with Matt Patricia on... something.
Now that we’ve finally heard from the “other” Chicago Bears quarterback this offseason, have your feelings about him changed at all?
Let’s take a look at their criteria and picks
Emmanuel Sanders has now joined Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas.
Imagine you had access to a time machine for a moment. Go and get your favorite player and bring him to the present day!
The Panthers have removed the Jerry Richardson statue and have no plans to return it, according to reports.
The Buccaneers rookie has high aspirations as he prepares for his first season in the NFL
Warner joined NFL Network’s Steve Wyche and MJ Acosta, who were also joined by White House correspondent April Ryan
The backup quarterback position seems settled in Arizona with Brett Hundley having being re-signed.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Rams continue to take proactive approach to racial equality
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Sony Michel rushed for a team-high 912 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019.
Growth investors tend to focus on investing in companies they believe will grow rapidly (hence the name).
A powerful statement from several Bills.
Right now the cornerback position in the NFL has a clear top dog in Stephon Gilmore, who is coming off an extremely impressive 2019 season in which he was awarded Defensive Player of the Year. Marlon Humphrey is currently behind him, but not by much.
If “the standard is the standard,” Tomlin may need to lead the Steelers deep into the playoffs to keep his job secure in the Steel City
The prize of the Bengals’ lucrative free agent class will be playing a little lighter than usual.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports team is “setting the stage” for a possible big money deal with top edge defender.
If the Texans take a knee, their head coach will do it with them.
Jon Robinson had a call with the media yesterday, and one of the biggest takeaways was that he has been in pretty consistent contact with Derrick Henry’s agent as the two sides try to work out a long-term deal.
The former Jaguars cornerback suggests better times ahead, hopeful Marrone’s activism will lead to change.
Report: New Colts QB Philip Rivers is a Driving Force Behind Organizing Imminent Player-Only Practices
According to head coach Frank Reich on Monday, new Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers has successfully moved to Indianapolis—along with his family and nine children, and he’s ‘already calling guys to throw’.
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Chances are, you’re not bringing down Ekeler on the first try.
A look at how teams have done when moving cities
Richard Sherman’s recent remarks about the 38-yard pass he gave up to Watkins in Super Bowl LIV gave us an excuse to revisit the play — and we learned something new.