In this day and age in the NFL, it’s usually the offensive players who do all the talking, given their ability to roam more freely than they did 15-20 years ago. It’s not often a defensive player can talk smack and effectively back it up year after year, but Richard Sherman has made a career out of proving just how good he tells his opponents he is.
The New York Giants won't win the NFC East until franchise stars quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley prove they can stay healthy. Barkley missed almost the entire 2020 NFL season, while Jones started only 14 games and missed time in two of those.
Ones that can play the pass well and be relied upon to secure tackles are even more treasured, and there’s no doubt that impending free agent safety Justin Simmons will be handsomely compensated checking those boxes.
Even at age 34, Kyle Lowry is still one of the most impactful players in the league. Even when he's struggling for the most part of a game, Lowry will always find a way to make the winning plays when it matters most. You can't put a price on a player with that kind of winning mentality.
The New York Mets have come to an agreement with free agent starter Taijuan Walker. Per Ken Rosenthal, Walker will earn $20 million over two seasons in the Big Apple.
Two seasons ago, Harris reeled in 6 interceptions, and 11 passes defended, which is the player teams are hoping they’ll get in 2021. Where might he land in 2021 NFL free agency?
It's time to take a look back at the five worst contracts in NFL history.
Ron Rivera has the Washington Football Team headed in the right direction. He proved that by taking the rebranded franchise from worst to first in the NFC East during the 2020 NFL season.
The Philadelphia Eagles have traded former second overall pick and franchise quarterback, Carson Wentz, to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 second-round pick.
Fernando Tatis signed an historic contract extension. The Padres have given Tatis a full no-trade clause in a $340 million, 14-year deal.
The wide receiver pool is getting a lot of hype, but someone who should be on the radar of as many teams as anybody is tight end Hunter Henry.
So going back to what Ainge said in terms of "changing faces," Kemba's name immediately comes to mind.
Draymond Green put the NBA on blast for its treatment of players. Green spoke on the double standard between how players who want to leave their teams are treated compared to teams that want to move players.
It seems Blake Griffin has played his final game for the Detroit Pistons. Detroit is sitting Griffin until a decision is made on his future.
As the 2021 offseason gets underway, with draft talk and free agents at the forefront, there are some teams who are more involved than others. This year there is a fantastic pool of available talent, so let’s take a look at the top teams in available cap space, and what they might want to do with it.