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:
No surprise here and we’re moving on. See you at minicamp in a few weeks, Aaron.
For the uninitiated, Tight End University is a three-day crash course for NFL tight ends to come together, trade strategies, and hang out. The event was created in 2021 by NFL tight ends George Kittle, Greg Olsen, and Travis Kelce.
“I continue to hear that Quinn wants out of Chicago,” writes CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.
According to NFL.com, anyway
Where is the weak link on this team?
Jones had a cleanup procedure on his shoulder.
As another week passes after the NFL draft, once again we’re seeing a torrent of news reports about who the newest member of the Panthers’ quarterback room could be.
The Giants drafted Lorenzo Carter No. 66 and B.J. Hill No. 68 before the 49ers took Warner No. 69 in 2018.
PFF projects a six-year, $280 million deal.
What’s the plan in Seattle?
If Donald is posturing for a new deal, what would that look like?
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Hill says he is “very confident” in Tagovailoa.
Is he worth $20 million per year?
The Bills think he can play inside and outside.
What’s this all about, anyway?
What is going on with the veteran defensive tackle?
Bengals fans wonder if that is high enough.
Drafted 12 spots after Evan Engram, Njoku gets the second contract the Giants would not give Engram.
Hardin is Watson’s attorney.
A first-round pick last season, Etienne missed the entire year with a Lisfranc injury.
Colts Pro Bowl CB Kenny Moore II is Not Participating in OTAs as He Seeks to Renegotiate his Contract
“I feel like this is the most complex offense that I have been in, but I feel like it will be the best because you never know what’s coming at you.”
Njoku’s deal could be good for Waller.