Mike Silver shook up the NFL on Monday when he revealed the Seattle Seahawks were fielding trade calls about quarterback Russell Wilson. On Tuesday, Silver joined Dan Patrick on his show and went into more detail. It's clear Seattle is listening to offers because general manager John Schneider always listens when opposing GMs call him. There is absolutely no way the Seahawks will actually trade Wilson this offseason.
The Houston Texans continue to show they have no interest in trading Deshaun Watson as we move closer and closer to the 2021 NFL Draft. The disgruntled QB could make it very uncomfortable for the team and force their hands eventually.
There’s no telling whether Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys will come to terms on a long-term contract ahead of the March 9 franchise tag deadline.
Having failed once to work out a multiyear contract with Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys are reportedly optimistic they can get something done with the two-time Pro Bowler on the second go-round.
It appears the relationship between the Tennessee Titans and 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson is coming to an end.
Tight end ?Tyler Eifert?'s reclamation project in Jacksonville won't go beyond one season.
As the Dak Prescott saga turns, NFL analysts continue to speculate on the Dallas Cowboys’ contingency plans at quarterback if a long-term deal is not reached this offseason. One veteran quarterback that could become available this offseason is Ben Roethlisberger, and Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio labeled the Cowboys as a potential landing spot if Prescott does not sign an extension.
After returning to the NFL this past season, Antonio Brown is scheduled to become a free agent this offseason. The former All-Pro had some bright spots in 11 games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brown had two postseason touchdown catches, including one in the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl victory.
Cam Newton believes he's still a starting-caliber quarterback in the NFL.
The NFL's 2021 free-agency period could be one of the most interesting in history.
The Baltimore Ravens are known for having one of the NFL’s best pass rushes. Coming off another disappointing season, though, it seems the Ravens are prepared to make sweeping changes on the defensive side.
The Philadelphia Eagles came away with a second- and third-round draft pick in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz, and it’s a trade that apparently left a sour taste in the team’s mouth.
Last year, the Dolphins tried to move from No. 5 to No. 1, in order to draft quarterback Joe Burrow. Whatever the Dolphins offered (the specifics still aren’t known), the Bengals said no.
While the Dolphins have been connected to Deshaun Watson for weeks, indications Miami plans to pursue the dissatisfied Houston quarterback have been elusive. But the Dolphins, as should be expected, are going to be interested if this offseason’s top trade target hits the trade block.
The Philadelphia Eagles are making some major changes to their roster this offseason, and DeSean Jackson is the latest veteran player who is no longer with the team.
The New York Giants need to acquire a top wide receiver this off-season in order to help Daniel Jones as much as they can. To no one’s surprise, the Giants have struggled since trading star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and have failed to replace his production. It has been almost two years since the blockbuster trade, and the time has come for New York to finally add another top-tier talent at the wide receiver position. Kenny Golladay has played with the Detroit Lions his entire career and he could end up hitting the open market in March if the Lions don’t place the franchise tag on him. The Giants showed interest in him near the trade deadline and if the opportunity presents itself, the New York Giants signing Kenny Golladay would be a smart acquisition.
One of the two known Carson Wentz suitors during this trade saga, the Bears do not appear to have presented legitimate competition to the Colts for the former Eagles quarterback.
The New York Jets are reportedly at or near the top of Deshaun Watson’s trade wish list, but they may not be a realistic suitor for the star quarterback.
JJ Watt is already considering his options as multiple teams and players recruit him, and we now know of at least one AFC team that has a legitimate shot at signing the star defensive lineman.
Tom Brady is as petty as anyone.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was among the coaches and scouts sent home from the team's facility, which was shut down on Wednesday amid 'several' positive cases for COVID-19 among the staff, according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Because the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott couldn’t come to terms on a deal last offseason, it has ramped up many rumors of what could possibly happen this offseason and next.
NFL trades will be a part of this unusual offseason. Heck, we have already seen one major blockbuster go down. There’s a major reason for this. Several teams find themselves in less-than-stellar cap situations due to the economic downturn brought on by COVID-19.
During a segment on Tuesday's Get Up!, Mike Greenberg said the Dallas Cowboys have backed themselves into a corner in contract negotiations with quarterback Dak Prescott. Greenberg concluded that the only course of action for the Cowboys now is to franchise tag Prescott then trade him away and rebuild.
Carson Wentz is toiling away on the trade block and, for some reason, there are people wondering whether the Denver Broncos will pull the trigger on the soon-to-be-former Philadelphia Eagles cast-off quarterback.