With two years remaining on his current contract, New York Jets safety Jamal Adams has put in a formal request for a trade.
With 2020 expected to be no different for him, the only question that remains is, can anyone emulate him? For me, the answer is no, but I suppose that is down to the rest of the running backs to answer.
Size, speed, agility and explosiveness, all necessary traits of an elite wide receiver. If he possesses these, he is destined to be one of the best. He can be a quarterback's best friend or his worst enemy. A great catch for big yards or a touchdown, he is a hero, he misses that catch, it could mean a lost game or even more.
For a sport that has a season that only lasts around five months, the NFL manages to keep us entertained all the year round.
With the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, many parts of our daily lives have come to a halt.
Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater, all top names looking for new contracts or homes. A name not to be left out is Dak Prescott's. An obvious talent that any franchise would be lucky to have. How should the Dallas Cowboys approach handling his demands for a new contract? Let us take a look.
This is history in the making as the NFL have never had a team do this before. This step for the league could mean that perhaps they are preparing to move a franchise to the UK. News such as this will inevitably bring back the debate among UK fans as to whether a franchise would be a good move.
Another season has gone by and the Houston Texans have yet again stumbled in the NFL playoffs.