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. We’ll also provide the author’s sub-heading or a sentence from the article that describes the piece.
Here’s all the biggest NFL headlines from this week:
Moore was the team’s return man for a stretch in the 2021 season.
Can Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff revive his career and take advantage of a good situation?
With training camp nearly here, hopefully we get a glimpse at how Justin Fields will be distributing his targets this season.
Do you agree?
Recent fan discussions have been made around Sean Payton’s success or failures but what do the numbers say?
CBS Sports thinks so, but we don’t.
The Browns will be eating a significant portion of Mayfield’s contract while only receiving a conditional fifth round pick in return.
The veteran receiver gets candid about Canton.
On today’s Gold Standard podcast, Levin Black and I discussed what happens next and whether the team botched the Garoppolo exit strategy.
Yesterday, in our discussion of the 2023 QB draft class, UACardinalsFan reminded us of Brett Kollmann’s excellent video of “Why Only 30% of 1st Round QBs Succeed.”
As the Seattle Seahawks get set to open training camp without nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson for the first time since 2011, plenty of questions remain surrounding the roster, including the quarterback position.
Ramsey went on another tweet storm on Friday, building his bulletin board of one minor anonymous criticism
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
I wouldn’t expect a sophomore-slump from this former first-round pick.
With the offseason workout program in the rear-view mirror and training camp set to kick off later this month, the New England Patriots are fully “on to 2022.”
Despite signing Jordan Whitehead in the offseason, the safety position isn’t seen as one of the Jets’ strengths. There is, however, some optimism that at least one of their youngsters will step up and earn a starting role alongside him.
Is Devin Singletary the guy moving forward, or what’s the split going to look like?
Baltimore addresses one of their biggest remaining needs by bringing back the four-time Pro Bowler.
According to one analyst, the Steelers are one of the most improved teams in the league.
Jessie Bates and Bengals unlikely to reach deal; expected to be absent from training camp, per report
It seems like the Bengals and Jessie Bates won’t be getting a long term contract finished.
Cleveland sends Mayfield to the Panthers for a conditional draft pick, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
While Easterby could just be getting the 4-5 year itch, there are appearances that his overt power within the organization is waning.
It’s no secret the Tennessee Titans aren’t big believers in the use of analytics in professional football. Whereas other teams such as the Baltimore Ravens lean heavily on analytics, the Titans have preferred an old school approach under general manager Jon Robinson and head coach Mike Vrabel.
What is a “breakout candidate” in today’s NFL? Is it a player who finally cements himself as a starter after serving as a backup with rotational snaps? Is it a player who finally reaches a certain statistical milestone that we’ve long held as standards for the position—like 1,000 yards for a running back or wide receiver, or 4,000 yards from a quarterback?
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard, viewed by many as one of the best players at his respective position, was named the NFL’s top-ranked inside linebacker by ESPN ahead of the 2022 season.
One player from each side of the ball will impact the Denver Broncos the most in 2022 according to Football Outsiders.
Is another 5,000-yard season in the cards for the third-year passer?
Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes sits on top, but where does Raiders’ Derek Carr land?
On the tag, Brown would be due $16.6 million in 2022, but the Chiefs left tackle wants to be paid among the top in his position, which is in the neighborhood of $22-$23 million per season.