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:
This move should bring the Packers close to the cap after signing Aaron Jones.
A future 7th-round pick. That’s it.
The Bears will be bringing in a new face to their quarterback room in the form of the former three-time Pro Bowler and Bengals starter.
Former Giant signs a 2-year, $22 million deal with the Vikings
We all knew this was coming.
This is the big move to get the Falcons under the cap, and it means the team intends to re-build around #2.
The Panthers are expected to sign free agent offensive tackle Cam Erving to a 2-year, $10 million contract with $8 million guaranteed.
According to a report from Josina Anderson - updated with contract details
John Lynch checks off all three boxes in free agency.
The Arizona Cardinals have signed wide receiver AJ Green, per Adam Schefter.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
The #Seahawks are re-signing NT Poona Ford to a two-year deal that can be worth close to $14 million with incentives, per source
It’s big money for Floyd — and the Rams
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The slot receiver struggled with a hamstring injury in 2020.
As first reported by Jeff Howe of The Athletic, the team will bring back center Ted Karras via a one-year, $4 million contract.
The Jets have reportedly agreed to terms with Justin Hardee, who has been with the Saints since 2017.
The Ravens retain one of their top pending free agents on a very affordable deal.
After eight seasons in Pittsburgh, Williams becomes the Steelers first cap casualty.
The Bengals agree to terms with another former 2017 draft pick.
McKinley figures to be the younger replacement for Adrian Clayborn.
Mike Lombardi sheds some light on current Deshaun Watson situation
The Titans are signing Janoris Jenkins according to his agent:
According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. has agreed to terms with the Jaguars and will be heading to Duval to reunite with offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
The future Hall of Famer remains in orange and blue
Henry is officially out of L.A.
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker started his career with Gus Bradley in Jacksonville
The deal is reportedly worth $80 million, including $32.5 million in the first two years.