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 circumstances around the release of the journeyman wideout appear to be a catalyst for Rodgers’ current stance against the Packers’ front office.
Hill’s untimely retirement leaves the Lions thin at tight end.
Bears make it official and the second-team All-Pro linebacker will make $9.735 million in 2022.
A closer look at the Vikings 3rd round defender
The Saints addressed positions of need in the draft, but was it enough?
Arthur Smith says “expectation is to win now” while Falcons commit to Matt Ryan and dance the cap dance
The draft confirmed that Atlanta doesn’t intend to turn the keys over to another quarterback, and teh team’s making
The Panthers needed an offensive tackle and they came away with one of the most athletic guys in the class.
The now former Gator is ready to learn behind the G.O.A.T.
Jimmy G made his first public appearance for the first time in a long time Tuesday morning on ESPN Radio
Several glaring needs remain on Arizona’s roster entering summer.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
There were those who took the opportunity to put the Seahawks on blast for last years trade.
There’s at least one benefit to hanging back and waiting until day two of the draft
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The draft is over, where does Miami go from here?
A college quarterback that was buried on a depth chart, stuck it out, battled his way to the top, finally got an opportunity and ran with it. Sound familiar?
It’s easy to look back at drafts past and say “Damn! We could have gotten that Pro-Bowler, but instead we got this dope.”
Which players did the Bills trust enough to not upgrade, and which players were buried on the depth chart?
The former AFC North rival has officially crossed enemy lines.
There’s a lot of reasons to love this draft class.
Johnson’s opponent has yet to be named.
McDowell has had his share of off-field issues, which makes the signing a bit out of character for general manager Andrew Berry.
Who will start in Tim Kelly’s offense?
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting that Titans 4th round pick Rashad Weaver has been charged with simple assault in Pittsburgh.
The Jaguars exited the day with eight players, but at least one player escaped their grasp just a few picks before.
Wow. Ja’Wuan James suffered a season-ending torn Achilles while working out today away from the team.
Damion Square, the seven-year veteran of the Chargers and eight-year NFL vet is reportedly signing with the Brown. The new was first reported by Cleveland sports reporter, Camryn Justice.
Gus Bradley gets former Chargers’ player to come to Las Vegas
General manager Brett Veach talked about a potential Mathieu deal on Monday.