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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:


Lane Taylor hoping to get back to his old self after missing most of 2019

Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company)

After missing all but three games with a torn biceps in 2019, Lane Taylor is hoping to get back to his pre-injury form.

ESPN projects Detroit Lions’ ceiling at 9-7

Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit)

Not exactly an optimistic outlook from ESPN.

CB Artie Burns tears ACL, out for 2020

Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron)

Burns was announced as running with the starters, opposite Kyle Fuller on Monday

Who emerges as WR4 for the Vikings?

Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman)

Apparently we need to get used to seeing more four-wide sets


Andrus Peat dealing with broken thumb, updated

New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles)

This is unfortunate to say the least.

Falcons knew Vic Beasley wanted to be pastor, not pass rusher, when picking up 2019 option

Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic)

We hope Beasley gets to follow his dream, but this raises familiar questions about the Falcons and their decision-making.

Panthers cannot afford a future without Taylor Moton

Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader)

The team’s most talented young offensive lineman is on the last year of his contract, and the team can’t let that continue to be the case.

Howard has done well in camp, and Gronkowski is helping him turn things around

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation)

Bruce Arians has liked what he has seen from Howard so far this summer.


The 49ers sign S Johnathan Cyprien

San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation)

Cyprien appeared in five games last season before suffering a season-ending injury

Are Cardinals to Blame for Hopkins’ Hiatus?

Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds)

Let’s face it—-something is just not right about DeAndre Hopkins spending three days at home away from his new teammates and the Cardinals training facility because of “tightness in his hamstring.”

After years of heavy investment, the Seahawks defense must significantly improve in 2020

Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)

Cynthia Frelund of the NFL Network released her ranking of defensive lines. The Seahawks ranked last. Setting aside how she reached that conclusion, it’s not exactly surprising. I wasn’t trolled. I wasn’t click-baited.

Rams have NFL’s fastest growing YouTube channel

Los Angeles Rams (via Turf Show Times)

For some reason, I’ve been tracking this


Dolphins linebacker Vince Biegel suffers torn Achilles during practice

Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)

This is an awfully tough blow to a young and improving player.

Patriots training camp recap: Cam Newton has his best practice of the week

New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit)

New England was back on the practice fields today for another session in full pads.

Seven Reasons the Jets Shouldn’t Trade for Yannick Ngakoue

New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation)

The deadline has already passed to sign players who got the franchise tag to a long-term extension. This would make Ngakoue a one year rental. Some might suggest working out some sort of handshake extension that could be officially signed later.

Buffalo to play at Bills Stadium this season

Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings)

The stadium formerly known as New Era Field will be renamed at a later date


Could the Ravens be the team trading for Jaguars DE Yannick Ngakoue?

Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown)

Ravens have shown they’re not scared of trading for a player they like

Report: Steelers signing wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud

Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain)

The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly adding a return man/wide receiver to their offseason roster.

John Ross returning to Bengals training camp

Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle)

Potentially good news for Ross and his son, who recently tested positive for COVID-19.

Why isn’t Nick Chubb getting more love?

Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs By Nature)

Browns’ stud running back apparently is considered only Tier 2 this year


Why Trading DeAndre Hopkins May Be A Good Thing

Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog)

Pollyanna has nothing on Texans fans!

Titans sign Trevor Siemian; Cut Cole McDonald

Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles)

Titans general manager Jon Robinson has been a busy man this morning.

Report: Jaguars ‘extremely close’ to trading Ngakoue

Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country)

Yannick Ngakoue has yet to sign his $17.8M franchise tender.

Second year Colts WR Parris Campbell off to a fast start in camp

Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue)

Perhaps no play better sums up Campbell’s rookie year than his 27-yard catch against the Steelers that looked primed to go all the way for a score… until he tripped and then fumbled the ball out of bounds.


Todd Davis carted off field with hurt leg as injuries strike on Day 6

Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report)

Davis hurt his left leg and had to be taken off the field. K.J. Hamler suffered a hamstring injury and Von Miller and Melvin Gordon each suffered “tweaks.”

Melvin Ingram is practicing today

Los Angeles Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue)

The veteran seems to have made progress with his “hold-in”.

Raiders’ Twitter account gets under skin of Chiefs fans

Oakland Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride)

Apparently, no one can use the phrase “run it back”

Chiefs announce fans to be prohibited from wearing headdresses at Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride)

The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that fans will no longer be permitted to wear headdresses to Arrowhead Stadium. The team posted a statement listing the new policies for the 2020 season.