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:
Appearing on Kenny Mayne’s final episode of SportsCenter, Rodgers finally broke his silence on his discontent with the Packers.
Would the former Charger be a good fit in Detroit?
Aaron Rodgers claims that his current holdout is because he respects the fact that an organization is made of people. These are strange words coming from a player who has always been about himself.
As they should be
The potential is there for Smith, but it’s largely untapped
When asked, the future Hall of Fame wide receiver said he is done in Atlanta.
Olson says son TJ’s heart ‘reaching its end’
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today re-signed wide receiver Antonio Brown and signed cornerback Dee Delaney.
One online sportsbook has the Niners listed with the second-best odds to land the five-time All-Pro.
Will the Cardinals make moves after June 1st to satisfy their remaining needs?
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
At the midway point of last season, Brian Schottenheimer was still getting praise for letting Russell Wilson cook and Ken Norton Jr was running a staggeringly inept defense that necessitated the Seattle Seahawks having to win a style of shootout football that they’ve historically tried to avoid.
Did Staley revolutionize defenses during his one year as LA’s defensive coordinator?
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Case in point: per Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are hosting veteran edge rusher Melvin Ingram for a visit.
Voluntary offseason workouts are a chance for the New England Patriots’ players to get to know each other and the scheme, and to get a first on-field impression of some of their new teammates. Among them is rookie quarterback Mac Jones.
Let’s tinker with the roster
The Buffalo Bills voluntarily returned to the practice field on Tuesday, with Organized Team Activities (OTAs) taking place at One Bills Drive. While COVID-19 protocols remain in place, the team is back to practicing and prepping for the 2021 season.
Should the Ravens go all-in?
Could the 2021 first round pick one day top this list?
Imagine Carson Palmer as the quarterback of the Chicago Bears in the mid-2000s.
Davis is a large target who spent part of the 2020 season on the practice squad of the New York Jets.
Keep him on the roster.
The race to land Julio Jones is officially on, with the star receiver making it known this week that he’s done in Atlanta. Naturally, that has thrown gasoline on the fire of the speculation regarding the Tennessee Titans, who certainly need a receiver opposite of A.J. Brown.
Tim Tebow has officially signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
According to PFF’s Sam Monson, the Indianapolis Colts ‘have already let down’ new starting quarterback Carson Wentz by failing to eliminate lingering concerns at left tackle and upgrade their overall wide receiver corps this offseason respectively:
Sometimes it’s best to let play on the field do the talking.
Is the disrespect real?
I do not recommend taking this bet
After the Falcons’ wide receiver opened up on a call with Shannon Sharpe, he became the league’s hottest topic.