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:
Though there is no reconciliation in sight yet, the fact that the two sides are still on speaking terms and are trying to work through the issues is a good sign.
If even the most modest projections are accurate, Swift is in for a historic season.
Head coach Matt Nagy was a recent guest on The Rich Eisen Show and the hot topic was new quarterback Justin Fields, but they dished on several other things as well.
Will either of them end up in purple?
Why would this new regime trade the team’s best player?
The Panthers picked another RAS darling in the third round of the NFL Draft when they took BYU offensive tackle Brady Christensen.
Perhaps an ageless wonder indeed.
Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated went on a Boston radio station and explained why Jimmy G is very much in the Niners’ 2021 plans.
Cardinal coach Kliff Kingsbury is predominately viewed as the team’s Achilles heel.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Shaquem, who was not tendered as a restricted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks, has drawn interest from multiple teams and it is believed that he will find a new team soon.
Why Adam Schein sees the Rams as a Super Bowl favorite with Stafford
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The Patriots being the team to draft him was not a surprise to Bledsoe, though. As he pointed out during his post-draft media conference call, the outcome was what he expected all along.
Well you can’t say the NFL doesn’t have a sense of humour, or that the NFL doesn’t love a bit of drama.
What’s the plan for the Bills’ most recent third-round pick?
A way-too-early discussion of trimming the fat at the wide receiver position.
The Steelers offense is better than some think but a team can also never have enough talent
The Bengals are consistently placed in the top five for the 2022 draft, meaning they’re projected for another sub-.500 season.
The Browns were looking for a quarterback, and many thought Wentz was it
Bleacher Report sure thinks so.
Another mailbag, another quote from the great Jim Wyatt. This one came a few days ago, but feels incredibly noteworthy right now.
The Jaguars will be signing one of head coach Urban Meyer’s past proteges, Tim Tebow, who will play tight end for Jacksonville.
Despite skipping out on quarterbacks in the 2021 NFL Draft, Denver Broncos GM George Paton has the team heading in the right direction.
The Bolts add another big body in the middle of the defense.
Another historic pro team may leave Oakland
Folks who come from out of town always have to figure things out the hard way.