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:
The Packers are bringing back former undrafted free agent Tyler Lancaster.
The Lions are bringing in a nickel corner who had an impressive 2020 season.
Chicago Bears chairman George H. McCaskey was against the NFL expanding the regular season to 17 games.
Don’t ask me, I don’t know.
I know, I know - who?
The veteran has played 40 games in the NFL since 2014, getting his first starts this past season.
Carolina gets the UDFA speedster on a three-year deal
The Buccaneers and wide receiver are “not close” on terms of a contract.
Simms insisted that Jones is the most pro-ready QB, and the 49ers couldn’t afford to trade up for a “project.”
Now, according to Chuck Harris, the Cardinals have also given Jordan Hicks a paycut, saving an additional $3.5 million in cap space.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
The most tenured wide receiver on the Seattle Seahawks depth chart is getting a big contract extension.
Rams had hoped to keep the starter
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The NFL Draft is about a month away and free agency is slowing down. What a perfect time for me to release my first 2021 NFL Mock Draft. Obviously, I am looking at this from a Miami Dolphins fan perspective. What could happen for Miami’s two first-round picks?
Patriots owner Robert Kraft acknowledged as much during a media conference call of Wednesday afternoon.
Justin Fields pro day was impressive, it was always going to be impressive because Justin Fields is an impressive quarterback.
Adams had a breakout season in 2020 with the Houston Texans.
The Ravens have lacked bully pass catchers
Recent reports state the Pittsburgh Steelers could be one of a few teams interested in the former USC quarterback.
“Them dudes, they wonder why they’re not winning. I’m happy I’m out of that thing man. It’s a blessing to get away, and I wish them the best, but Washington...let’s go from here.”
Veteran free agents are coming to the team looking to win, rather than just cash one last paycheck.
A veteran, a rookie, and Deshaun Watson walk into a bar...
Are you ready for another Jadeveon Clowney saga?
The Jaguars continue to put the band back together, re-signing safety Josh Jones to a one-year deal.
The 26 year old defensive end had 23 tackles (19 solo), 2 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, 26 total QB pressures, and a forced fumble during all 16 games last season.
Broncos safety joins a number of NFL players expressing disapproval with expanded 2021 schedule
Many fans wanted Ballage to return, but he’ll be playing elsewhere in 2021.
Las Vegas’ left tackle is new anchor of the offensive line
One of Reed’s first calls when he became available was to Frank Clark.