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:
Love may not be at the standards coaches have set but he might be forced to play if Rodgers really digs his heels in
A full scale tour through the history of Lions coaches
Pro Football Focus looked at Fields’ accuracy and it will excite Bears fans
A few weeks after they met with him
While most signs point to Jameis Winston, Hill could still get the starting role
There’s no right or wrong way to react when your team trades away a generational talent.
Chinn played linebacker in his rookie season, but is expected to move to the secondary in Year 2.
This is no surprise. Tampa Bay’s receiving corps is stacked.
The Niners missed out on Julio Jones but still have some high-end talent at the position.
Murray could be in for his best year yet after a stellar 2020 season
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
In recent months the Seattle Seahawks have announced multiple contract extension. However, one name that has been absent from the mentions when it comes to extensions has been Jamal Adams.
Not that they will, but technically they could
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Summer is right around the corner, and enjoy it, I will, but comments like this by Eric Rowe make me feel things.
Two years into his NFL career, N’Keal Harry has not lived up to the natural expectations that come with being a first-round draft pick.
What scheme do we play and who else can help the Jets
Training camp is a free agent.
Yesterday, many were surprised when news broke that the Ravens were signing OT Ju’Wan James. After signing Alejando Villanueva to a two-year deal just weeks ago, offensive tackle was no longer perceived as a significant short-term need.
The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason might not have gone as planned, at least ESPN thinks so.
One analyst thinks he is.
A multitude of quarterbacks have found Cleveland home for a short time
It’s that time of year.
The fourth-year receiver is ready for a revival year after falling below expectations with the Jaguars in 2020.
With the off-season officially in its quiet stage, it’s time to look ahead and evaluate players our group of writers is most excited about. The Colts are an exciting, young football team, so there are plenty of candidates to choose from.
So far it appears to be Teddy Bridgewater with that early lead in the competition. However, a lead in an open QB competition in June means absolutely nothing.
No surprises here.
What are the most questionable positions in Las Vegas?
In the end, Kansas City could simply not afford the All-Pro wide receiver in 2021 and beyond.