This exciting rookie class should make for a fun Rookie of the Year race.
Josh Rosen is hitting the market again.
Carson Wentz's injury has already derailed the 2021 campaign for the Colts.
NFL preseason is just a few days away.
Predicting the 2021 NFL Draft.
Remembering the biggest first overall pick successes in NFL Draft history.
One of the most difficult aspects of free agency for NFL teams is determining whether players over 30 years old still have a few years of elite production left. The NFL offseason can be made or broken with evaluating players in that age range accurately.
The former University of Florida star also ranked third in pass coverage in 2020 according to Pro Football Focus, and recorded 11 passes defensed last year. It seems like Maye might be ready to ascend into one of the better safeties in the game, but which teams are likely to go after Marcus Maye free agency?
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 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.
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.
Ravens offensive tackle Orlando Brown has put in a trade request, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The Philadelphia Eagles have repeatedly said that Carson Wentz will be their starting quarterback in 2021, but haven’t exactly shut the door on a trade.
With the recent retirement of Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers, the active quarterbacks remaining from the 2004 NFL Draft class has been whittled down to just one—Pittsburgh Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger.
Over the years, the Georgia product has put up great numbers and there are multiple quarterback-needy teams that will be interested in taking him, but with his contract offering a $33 million cap hit, and the likely reduction of the cap overall, which teams can really afford to put it all on the soon-to-be 33 year old?