Ndamukong Suh pens new deal in Florida.
Predicting the biggest moves of the NFL offseason.
In recent years, running back additions in free agency have been mostly cosmetic. Most teams aren’t willing to spend big dollars on their backfield because either they have a dynamic bellcow, or are content to go with a committee at that position. It will be fascinating to see how the offseason treats free agent Kenyan Drake, and whether the Arizona Cardinals will be interested in retaining him.
Barrett will be a hot name to keep an eye on when free agency starts in March, so let’s take a look at three teams who will likely be interested in his services.
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.
While the chances that Brown ever gets a long term deal in the NFL again are slim to none, he should have rehabilitated his value just enough to garner interest from a few teams. Every team who kicks the tires on him though will have to do a ton of research, and probably would only be teams with established quarterbacks and coaches. Who might these suitors be?
Winning a Super Bowl had to feel extremely sweet for Godwin, but as if that wasn’t enough, he’s about to hit free agency at the tender age of 25.
Tom Brady was the MVP, but Super Bowl LV was won before anyone touched the football at Raymond James Stadium. It was won when Andy Reid and his staff lost the coaching battle to Bruce Arians and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
So, here goes. Let’s rank all seven – yes, seven – Tom Brady Super Bowl wins.
Mahomes was thrown off his game from the outset and we have not seen the Chiefs play like this since the first half against the Texans in the 2020 divisional round in which they were 24-0 down early in the second quarter.
A lot headlines in free agency go to the skill position players who make highlight reel catches, no margin for error throws, or sharp cuts in the backfield. It’s fun to keep track of where impact fantasy football players wind up and how that will affect their fortunes, but those splashy sequences don’t happen without players like left tackle Trent Williams doing their job first.
Picking a winner in Super Bowl LV is tricky business because the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers match up so well. There's a reason their game in Week 12 was decided by only three points, with the Chiefs surviving a late rally and hanging on for a 27-24 win.
Super Bowl LV isn't just a heavyweight matchup of star quarterbacks. It's also an intriguing battle of strategic wits between two coaching giants, Bruce Arians and Andy Reid.
Super Bowl LV is fast approaching, and it promises to be one of the great matchups in recent memory. The poster boy for the NFL in Patrick Mahomes rolls into Tampa Bay to take on the greatest to ever do it in Tom Brady.
Aaron Rodgers won't need to beat Tom Brady to push the Green Bay Packers past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.