As the playoffs continue, the NFL offseason for the teams who aren’t still fighting is very much underway, with two such teams at the forefront of conversation being the Miami Dolphins and the Houston Texans. These two teams have been linked since rumours of a possible Deshaun Watson trade started circulating.
Allen Robinson, or “Old Fashioned” as he likes to be known, appears to be done with Chicago. At least according to his interview on Monday, one day removed from the Bears being comfortably dumped out of the Wild Card Round by the New Orleans Saints.
Nobody knows where Deshaun Watson will be playing his football in 2021, but the one thing that we know for sure is that whatever team he’s playing for will be a hell of a lot of fun to watch on offense, and whatever jersey he is donning will be flying off the shelves for years to come.
The 6-1 Seahawks have been on fire this whole NFL season. A statement win against the 49ers, coupled with a Packers loss at home, proved that Seattle has all it takes for a place at Super Bowl LV. All of this - mostly due to Russell Wilson's masterpiece of a campaign that sees him as the top contender for his first MVP award.
Quarterbacks Matt Ryan and Dan Marino are not two names you would usually hear together, but their careers are a lot more similar than you might think.
Which teams enjoyed the best first round?
With the NFL Scouting Combine getting underway, rumours concerning teams looking to trade up or down ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft are gaining traction.
One of the most exciting, and unpredictable, elements of the NFL draft is when a franchise comes out of nowhere with a trade of draft picks in order to move up and grab a player they see as a game changer for their organisation. At the same time, other franchises see this as an opportunity to collect extra tickets in the draft lottery by moving down.
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
The Los Angeles Rams face a difficult decision entering this off season regarding their superstar running back Todd Gurley. Despite not being a free agent, Gurley’s production and role in the team has significantly reduced over the past season and a half, leaving many to wonder if he will be seeing the back of LA before the team moves into the brand new SoFi Stadium in September.
Fans of both the Cincinnati Bengals and the Miami Dolphins have had their sights set on the 2020 season for much of this campaign. With Miami’s 38-35 overtime victory at Hard Rock Stadium, the Bengals secured the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. What can supporters of both franchises take forward into the offseason and next season?
As the 2019/20 NFL year moves towards the postseason, for many teams out of playoff contention the focus becomes not the Super Bowl, but the NFL draft.
Thirteen days after being placed on the Injured Reserve list, Aqib Talib is no longer a Los Angeles Ram. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the former Broncos cornerback has been traded to the Miami Dolphins alongside a 5th-round pick, with an undisclosed future draft selection going to LA in return.
In what seems to have all but confirmed that Kenyan Drake is on the move, he has not travelled with the team to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers on MNF.
Teams are continuing to chop and change on cut-down day. Miami Dolphins have traded third year left-tackle Laremy Tunsil, wide receiver Kenny Stills and a fourth round pick to the Houston Texans in return for two future first round picks, a future second round pick as well as John Bademosi and Julien Davenport.