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:
These five players may not be the team’s “stars,” but they make up valuable pieces of the Packers’ 2020 title hopes.
The Lions continue to move forward with the hopes to host fans in 2020.
In the latest episode of Bear With Me, Robert S. reviews the on-field effects of Eddie Goldman’s 2020 season opt-out and provides his take on the team’s 5 most important players and position-groups.
The eternal shuffle continues
The Super Bowl winning defensive coordinator and Buddy Ryan disciple will be a head coach shortly.
The veteran safety is going to have a role for the Falcons, and it’s just a question of how
He is considered a high risk opt-out per league policy
Jordan fills Travis Benjamin’s roster spot
Last week it was announced that Detroit Lions starting quarterback was placed on the reserved/Covid-19 list after testing positive.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Dunbar’s lawyer told the Miami Herald on Friday that Dunbar will not face prosecution in the armed robbery case brought against him, due to insufficient evidence. As a result, the Broward State Attorney’s Office has dropped all charges against Dunbar.
LA native’s contract expires in 2022 and team has work to do before re-signing him
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The triple-option helmsman could be a special teams option for Miami along with depth behind Matt Breida and Jordan Howard in the backfield. Or, he could be the solution to a sudden problem the Dolphins are facing.
The deadline to opt out of the 2020 NFL season passed Thursday at 4 p.m. ET.
The Jets announced several roster moves on Monday afternoon. The most notable was the release of wide receiver Quincy Enunwa.
The Bills have moved some money around.
The slow march towards what’s looking to be a strange and uncertain training camp period continues, and the Ravens used some of their time on Saturday to further shape their roster up for it to begin.
The NFL’s 4 PM deadline has now passed, and no news of any Steelers choosing to forgo the 2020 season has been reported.
The former Ohio State center gets another shot, this time at guard.
The third Browns player opts out.
Who shall stay, plus who shall go.
The deadline for NFL players to opt-out because of concerns revolving around COVID-19 is 3 PM central today. It doesn’t seem that the Titans will have anyone opting-out....except for, possibly, maybe...Vic Beasley?
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rashaan Melvin has opted out for the 2020 NFL season.
How do the Colts divvy up the targets behind TY Hilton in 2020?
It’s easier than it sounds. The Denver Broncos offensive line was thin at best and losing Ja’Wuan James in 2020 to opt out is going to be difficult to overcome.
Huge shoutout to Sheil Kapadia for taking a swing and sticking to it
Raiders’ radio analyst has pointed comments about Las Vegas QB and head coach Jon Gruden
Niang became the third Chief to opt out of the year on Thursday.