The Indianapolis Colts were hit with some very bad news at the start of training camp when starting quarterback Carson Wentz suffered a foot injury. While the team held out hope that he could recover, it’s just not going to happen. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Wentz is getting surgery and will miss five to 12 weeks in recovery.
When one quarterback gets injured in the NFL, it often times can set in motion a domino effect. That could be the case with Carson Wentz going down in Indianapolis with the Colts. One guy that could step in, Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles.
Minnesota, meet your quarterback for the next week.
Deshaun Watson wants out of Houston, and the Texans are said to have moved on from their embattled quarterback. However, GM Nick Caserio has put a very high price on Watson. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Caserio is asking for a combination of five high draft picks and quality players in any Watson deal (via Ben Volin of the Boston Globe).
Tom Brady was entirely pissed off on Sunday during practice.
The Giants brought in a veteran O-lineman yesterday, signing 30-year-old blocker Joe Looney. Yesterday morning, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reported that free agent center Austin Reiter was expected to visit with Big Blue “in the coming days”.
The Cleveland Browns and running back Nick Chubb agreed to a three-year extension worth $36.6 million, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
The Marcus Maye contract negotiations did not turn out well.
The New Orleans Saints hosted and signed running back Devonta Freeman today, per Adam Schefter.
Could Nick Foles be reunited with a familiar face? The Chicago Bears quarterback has been linked to the New York Jets in multiple trade rumors in recent months, but another AFC team has emerged as a potential trade partner.
In the wake of Aaron Rodgers' criticism of the Green Bay Packers for a lack of input on management decisions, Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury said the Cardinals have been approaching quarterback Kyler Murray for his opinion on the team's personnel.
After gaining 30 pounds during this offseason, Jordan Matthews is returning to the NFL, this time at the tight end position.
Despite being without a team at the start of training camp, Justin Houston is not considering retirement. The veteran edge rusher has received multiple offers this offseason, according to ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler (on Twitter).
The Miami Dolphins and cornerback Xavien Howard are at an impasse, with the All-Pro defender requesting either a pay increase or to be traded from the team.
A report surfaced last week that three-time Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz had a "great chance" to make the Philadelphia Eagles' final roster and had worked out with teammates in the club's facility after he skipped the entire offseason program amid his alleged desire to be traded or released before training camp.
For most players, the NFL stands for “Not For Long.” After all, perhaps more than any other professional sport in the world, the NFL is all about recent performance. Fortunes change quickly; today’s superstar could be tomorrow’s has-been. In some cases, talented players even become the “never was.”
The Athletic pulled together opinions from a group of 50 NFL personnel—coaches, general managers and other executives—regarding the league's top 34 quarterbacks.
The New England Patriots announced that QB Jake Dolegala (DOLE-leh-gah-lah) was claimed off waivers and awarded to the Patriots from the Green Bay Packers.
Xavien Howard is pushing for his way out of Miami. The All-Pro cornerback revealed on Instagram this evening that he’s requested a trade from the Dolphins (via ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Twitter).
While the Packers pursue a trade for one wideout, another Packers receiver inked their deal today. Wide receiver Allen Lazard signed his exclusive-rights free agent tender today, reports Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com (via Twitter).
Houston Texans star quarterback Deshaun Watson is now facing 22 lawsuits alleging acts of sexual assault and misconduct and 10 criminal complaints, two of which were reportedly filed by women not suing the 25-year-old signal-caller.
Green Bay Packers star Davante Adams "is willing to listen to any contract discussions the team would like to have," according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
With Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson back in the fold (for now) and the team trying to trade him but wanting way too much given his current circumstances, Watson’s lawyer has shared with ESPN some of the details about Watson’s current circumstances.
After months of denying interest and rejecting calls about star quarterback Deshaun Watson, the Houston Texans finally shifted their stance on his availability. The Texans are now willing to listen to trade offers for Watson, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Watson, who reported to Texans’ training camp last week in order to avoid the CBA-mandated $50,000-a-day fine, has an incredibly high price tag.
Chandler Jones is demanding a trade from the Arizona Cardinals. The 31-year-old edge rusher is a three-time Pro Bowler and a two-time All-Pro who is dissatisfied with his current situation. He's heading into the final season of a five-year, $82.5 million contract and carries a cap hit of $20.8 million for 2021.