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:
There were several moments during Rodgers’ exchange with the media in which the quarterback’s feelings were expressed just as strongly with facial reactions as with his words.
He doesn’t want all-out brawls at practice, but sees their value.
The Bears’ third-string quarterback minced no words about his future. He’s ready for a fresh start, preferably just east of Chicago.
Gladney’s accuser has also filed a civil lawsuit against him, claiming that Gladney “attempted to bribe, threaten, blackmail, and manipulate” her in order to get her to keep the situation quiet.
Let’s be honest: All Saints fans are winners.
Whether that leads to a signing or not remains to be seen.
The Panthers have signed former Appalachian State safety Doug Middleton after waiving safety JT Ibe yesterday. To make room for him on the roster, the team has waived fullback Mason Stokke.
Tampa Bay’s first-round pick is adjusting nicely early on in his first NFL training camp
Lynch had some high praise, describing the Eastern Illinois product’s recent play in practice and training camp as the “best football” he’s played since joining the 49ers.
For the majority of the Steve Keim era we have lamented that rookies have seemingly not been able to win starting positions.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Would you pay to watch the Super Bowl on TV?
There has already been talk this week that new Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff isn’t exactly “throwing deep” in training camp so far.
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
The newly acquired Indianapolis Colts starting QB, Carson Wentz, underwent surgery to remove a broken bone in his foot on Monday – a move that could have huge ramifications for the Miami Dolphins regarding their rumored interest in Houston Texans QB, Deshaun Watson.
The 2020 NFL season was unlike any other in pro football history so far. With the Coronavirus pandemic having a major impact on the league’s day-to-day operations, players and coaches alike had to adapt and find ways to keep moving forward despite the challenges presented.
He had reportedly worked out for the team last week along with Sean Mannion.
Politicians and citizens from all over the state recoiled at taxpayer money going to subsidize a billionaire’s private business and the tone-deaf attitude of asking for 100% financing when teams typically get between 40% and 70% of the building financed. Rightfully so.
Many big-name rookie wide receivers ranked below Bateman, according to Hawkins
The Pittsburgh Steelers are back at Training Camp, and it is time to check out what went down during the latest practice!
Themes and narratives are forming as Bengals training camp progresses into the first week of August. Most of those narratives stay true Tuesday afternoon.
Three-year extension includes $20M in guaranteed money for running back.
The GOAT is back.
The Jacksonville Jaguars now have some hope with the selection of Trevor Lawrence, who many believe will be the franchise quarterback the city and fans have been waiting for since Mark Brunell was traded away over a decade ago.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Indianapolis Colts are not trading for an available high profile veteran quarterback at this time such as the Chicago Bears Nick Foles, Jacksonville Jaguars Gardner Minshew, or Las Vegas Raiders Marcus Mariota:
Patrick Surtain II is already playing beyond his years.
Costello was with the team during rookie mini camp.
Diving into both sides of trading Las Vegas’ backup QB
Chiefs headlines for Monday, August 2