The 2019 NFL trade deadline passed with little fanfare. Just one deal came to pass on the day and it was made by a team who had previously been dealing away for fun. Aqib Talib is the newest member of the Miami Dolphins, moving on from the Los Angeles Rams.
With the NFL trade deadline rapidly approaching, time is running out for some of the premier NFL talent on the trade block to move on to pasture's new. At the forefront is Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams.
The Dallas Cowboys made it a further statement that they plan on not just locking up the NFC East early on but also going on a deep playoff run. Things haven’t been perfect but after a big win on Sunday night the 4-3 Cowboys returned atop the division. On Thursday, they traded for DE Michael Bennett from the Patriots for next to nothing in a 2021 seventh-round pick.
New England Patriots sent a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to the Atlanta Falcons for wide receiver Mohamed Sanu.
Confirmed by multiple sources now, A.J. Green is highly unlikely to report to the Cincinnati Bengals facility before the Oct. 29 trade deadline. In which case, Green may well have played his final snap in Cincy colours. There's a few contributing factors at play here as to why his return date is being dragged out.
Antonio Brown has agreed terms to sign with the New England Patriots, per Adam Schefter on Twitter.
Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers are eager for a fresh start and in a matter of a few days they’ll launch their 2019 campaign against the defending champions, New England Patriots, in primetime Sunday Night Football.
Belichick, Brady, Watson, Thomas, Bennett, and Gostkowski are all 33 or older. Age is the biggest arrow in the quiver of the Patriots’ critics, and it will be drawn early, ready to be shot out on media should they look less Patriot-like in 2019. What are the chances of that though?
With the 2019 NFL Draft long done and the initial wave of free agency signings completed, it's slim pickings for franchises seeking upgrades to their rosters. Despite the adversity, there is certainly some value to be found. Whether it's a seasoned veteran to bulk up the defensive line, or a complimentary piece for the backfield.
The 2019 NFL Draft was filled with shock picks and drama across the weekend. Draft reaction from New England Patriots to the Washington Redskins is here.
Now we’ve had a week to chew on the 2019 NFL Draft, the big winners and the whimpering losers have emerged from the events that went down in Nashville. From all the pomp and ceremony of Day 1 where teams went looking for their next star, to Day 3 where the hunt took place for a late round steal; no stone was left un-turned by any franchise hoping to build a winning team.
Well, the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft wasn't without its drama. The Cardinals and the 49ers made the moves everyone expected in taking Kyler Murray and Nick Bosa respectively. The Cards still have Josh Rosen, whilst the Giants picked Daniel Jones. The Washington Redskins made great moves, and there were multiple pick trades.
Kyler Murray drops outside the top three in our NFL mock draft as defensive players lead the way.
Over the following weeks, here at Franchise Sports we will be covering the NFL free agency period, with previews of players hitting the market and reaction pieces to the biggest moves. I get us started with a discussion on Jason McCourty's impending free agency.
New England Patriots won yet another Super Bowl earlier this year, but that doesn't mean it's all bleak for the rest of the AFC East.