Pending contract talks with Kirk Cousins will not only impact the Redskins, they will also impact free agent WRs looking to join the Burgundy and Gold, per multiple sources.
Mike Jones / Redskins Insider | Washington Post 5 hours ago
The Kirk Cousins-Redskins contract watch has dominated the offseason conversation, but uncertainty — and a degree of uneasiness — also has loomed over Washington’s other impending free agents. To date, the team hasn’t engaged in talks with any of its players with expiring contracts. The list...
CSN Washington 4 hours ago
The Redskins face a lot of questions in 2017, and many are about Kirk Cousins. But beyond the contract spectacle, will the QB improve next season?
CSN Washington 2 hours ago
There hasn't been much good news out of Redskins Park lately, as the team deals with pending free agency for QB Kirk Cousins and others. Josh Doctson looking healthy qualifies.
Yahoo! Fantasy Football 4 hours ago
It’s been a quiet week in the NFL. It’s been a pretty quiet week in the NFL. A few rumor-ish things have bubbled up to the surface — the dance in Washington with Kirk Cousins and Jay Cutler trade talk — purposely leaked tidbits designed to further negotiations in one way or another, but nothing substantial.
Giants long-snapper Zak DeOssie, the only other player besides Eli Manning to play in the Giants' last two Super Bowl championships, has agreed to a new contract, according to a person familiar with the Giants' situation.
Giants Wire 3 hours ago
The New York Giants have re-signed long snapper Zak DeOssie to a two-year deal, ensuring that the second-longest tenured member of the team remains in place through 2018. Related:Giants likely to re-sign linebacker Keenan Robinson: report Giants signed long snapper Zak DeOssie to a new two-year...
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 2 hours ago
DeOssie reportedly signs two-year deal Eli Manning is apparently going to have at least one other old guy to keep him company in the New York Giants’ locker room next season. Long snapper Zak DeOssie, the only other remaining Giants from both the 2007 and 2011 Super Bowl teams, is reportedly being...
The NFL fate of Darrelle Revis is up in the air. That was true before any of the off field stuff came into play over the last few weeks. Revis had a miserable 2016 season and now is a likely cap casualty. Earlier in the week, Peter King published an article where he examined Revis’ future with an NFL personnel executive. “I’d say $7 million a year. Short term. Not much guaranteed. He’s coming off a year when he didn’t play well. He’s trending downward.” .................. It’s also unclear whether he could make the move to safety. Rod Woodson and Charles Woodson did it...
Tony Romo could land on one of the Green Bay Packers’ NFC North rivals this offseason. Romo’s time with the Dallas Cowboys appears to be up. Dallas sits just $4.2 million above the cap, per OverTheCap.com, which is the fewest of any NFL team. Romo, who was demoted to the team’s backup quarterback behind rookie […] Green Bay Packers: Tony Romo could land on NFC North rival this offseason - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Landry Hat 4 hours ago
The Dallas Cowboys only have one logical trade partner for veteran quarterback Tony Romo. And that is the Houston Texans. Here’s why… The Dallas Cowboys are going to have to make a decision on veteran quarterback Tony Romo’s future with the club. Regardless if Romo leaves the team after being released...
Eric Berry should edge Tyreek Hill for Chiefs MVP
Boston Herald 2 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs have signed veteran running back C.J. Spiller, providing depth behind Spencer Ware in a move that could mean Jamaal Charles will be cut in a cost-saving move.The Chiefs would owe Charles more than $6 million this season, a big price tag for a running back who missed most...
Matt Malaspina, who spent the past four years as the 49ers director of college scouting, has joined the Green Bay Packers player personnel department.The Packers on Friday announced the hiring of Malaspina as a college scout.Malaspina becomes the second high-ranking member of the 49ers scouting department to leave the organization this week. On Wednesday, the 49ers announced assistant general manager Tom Gamble was no longer with the organization.
Lombardi Ave. | FanSided 7 hours ago
The NFL Scouting Combine is only a week away, and all 32 teams are preparing to send their representatives to Indianapolis to get a close look at 330 potential draft prospects. Cornerback will certainly be a position of particular interest for the Green Bay Packers. Ted Thompson and his front office...
Everyone knows by now Roger Goodell hasn’t been to Gillette Stadium since Deflategate. During Super Bowl week the Kraft family made sure to let Goodell know he is welcome at the stadium if he would like to attend a game, but according to Rob Gronkowski, Patriots fans wouldn’t let the commissioner even near the stadium. […]
It Is What It Is | WEEI 4 hours ago
Last season wasn’t the greatest for Rob Gronkowski. The tight end played just eight games due to hamstring and back injuries and his season ended the first week of December when he needed back surgery and was placed on injured reserve. By all accounts the surgery went well and he’s been seen in videos rehabbing […]
The former Patriots executive talked about Jimmy Garopplo, and how he thinks the trade market plays out. Everybody has an opinion on how this offseason’s quarterback market will shake out, and while it is amusing to hear what The Game has to say on it, there are slightly more valuable resources in the media. Former NFL executive Mike Lombardi recently made an appearance with Bill Simmons on The Ringer podcast. They discussed the various players available via free agency and trade, and wrapped it up with discussion about Jimmy Garoppolo. Simmons is a Patriots fan, while Lombardi has...
One NFL Insider believes if All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson leaves Minnesota, that the Dallas Cowboys make sense as a possible landing spot. The Dallas Cowboys currently possess the best running back in the NFL in their offensive backfield. The Cowboys used the fourth overall selection in last year’s NFL Draft to secure him. That […] Dallas Cowboys: Why adding Adrian Peterson makes sense - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Last week it was learned Tom Brady will have a movie and book come out about him centered around his life post-Deflategate and Super Bowl LI. Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, the writers behind Disney’s “The Finest Hours” and who were nominated for an Oscar for “The Fighter”, along with New York Times bestselling author […]
Trent Cole Colts free agent OLB Trent Cole mentioned that he doesn’t plan on retiring and is instead hoping to win a Super Bowl and 100 sacks for his career. “My body isn’t telling me to quit yet,” Cole said, via Sirius XM NFL Radio. “I have unfinished business…Winning the Super Bowl and getting to 100 … The post NFL Notes: Trent Cole, Eagles, Jaguars, Jets appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
The Patriots have been interested in the past and should be interested again. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released CB Alterraun Verner, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, and the New England Patriots should be one of the first teams to call his agent about a possible opportunity. Source: The #Bucs are releasing CB Alterraun Verner today. The future of Vernon Hargreaves helps explain this one for the former FA pickup— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 23, 2017 The Patriots were one of the teams in the running for Verner’s services in the 2014 offseason, but ultimately signed a 4-year,...
Season 7, Episode 83 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Friday show, Alex Kozora sits in for David Todd once again and we get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers coaching staff and how it’s looking like it might remain in intact this offseason. We talk about Steelers wide... The post The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Coaching Staff, Free Agent Targets, Draft Player Profiles & More appeared first on Steelers Depot by Dave Bryan. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]