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:
Let’s take a look at your 2021 Green Bay Packers.
A look at the Detroit Lions’ roster after their initial 53-man cutdown.
The Bears have added some veteran depth to their group of wide receivers.
A tough break for the Vikings
The Saints are unable to play at home in the wake of Hurricane Ida.
Former Texas running back RB D’Onta Foreman earns a spot, among others.
A somewhat unexpected move after the team signed the former Seahawks receiver in the offseason.
Tampa Bay has its initial 53-man roster, but will have to make more cuts.
Veteran Jordan Matthews has been released, per Matt Barrows of The Atheltic. San Francisco is running with three tight-ends unlike the last four years.
Steve Keim’s been known for the “Keim Time Sign” of veteran players to a one-year deal, but a new challenge is in front of him now
Tuesday the Seattle Seahawks made the moves necessary to trim the roster from 81 players down to 53. The moves included the release of three veterans who were not subject to the waiver wire and the waiving of 26 players who were subject to waivers.
LA wasn’t ready to say goodbye to its all-time great punter
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
According to ESPN reporter Jeff Darlington, who is very closely plugged into all things Miami Dolphins, Head Coach Brian Flores addressed the entire team regarding recent rumors that Miami is interested in acquiring Houston Texans’ quarterback, Deshaun Watson.
Former Wolverine youngster looked good in preseason.
The Jets were awarded a pair of players off waivers on Wednesday. They are Quincy Williams and Tim Ward.
The most interesting nugget is the size of the stadium, which would shrink the seating capacity from roughly 72,000 to 60,000 plus 60 suites. That would make it a contender for the smallest venue in the NFL.
Ravens elect for Tyler Huntley to fulfill backup services.
2020 contributor RB Jaylen Samuels earns spot on Steelers practice squad.
“Straight cash’s” offspring returns to catching passes from his old LSU quarterback.
Felton played a large role in one of the biggest comebacks in NCAA history while at UCLA. Go watch that game on Youtube. Felton was electric.
Aggressive move, Houston. I see you.
Barkley was well-liked during his time backing up Allen in Buffalo. Will Tennessee PR him?
Jax vax talk: Jaguars clear the air after Meyer says it was a factor in his decision-making.
Electric former Texas Tech Red Raider used to catch passes from Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson. Colts getting a playmaker.
Broncos claim two and have two of their own claimed off waivers as well
The Money Badger is no more.
Former Cardinals, Bills standout can’t make Jon Gruden’s squad
Chiefs headlines for Wednesday, September 1