Coronavirus fallout keeping free agents like Cam Newton in limbo

Cam Newton is a free agent, but it’s pretty much crickets when it comes to his free agency options due to the NFL being mostly shut down amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jay Glazer of The Athletic highlighted the biggest issue Newton faces right now answering a question in his mailbag Monday. “We’re in uncertain times. Anyone coming off an injury, even guys who … [Read entire story]

NFL Draft may return to Las Vegas in 2022

After missing out on the 2020 NFL Draft due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Las Vegas is reportedly being considered to host the 2022 NFL Draft. Tom Pelissero of NFL Network shared the news on Tuesday. Las Vegas is an option under consideration for the 2022 draft. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 31, 2020 This makes a ton of sense for obvious reasons. Las Vegas was set to be a huge hub for the NFL… [Read entire story]

2021 Super Bowl LV Futures Betting Lines & NFL Picks

SUPER BOWL LV FUTURES GAMBLING ONLINE? Looking for football betting tips for the 2020 NFL season? Ready to discuss Super Bowl LV futures? It’s been business as usual for the NFL this offseason, with the league year and free agency starting on time, and the draft expected to be held on its scheduled date. Training camps and OTAs may … [Read entire story]

Redskins favored to land Cam Newton

USA Today Cam Newton is running out of options, but the Carolina Panthers quarterback still has a few good ones heading into the 2020 season. The latest on this is that the Panthers will either cut or trade Newton after agreeing with Teddy Bridgewater on a lucrative three-year deal. However, there has been a distinct lack of trade interest, leading most to assume … [Read entire story]

Tom Brady Leaving Patriots, Odds on New Team

Tom Brady announced Tuesday that he will not return to the New England Patriots and will instead sign with a new team as a free agent. [Read entire story]

Cowboys place franchise tag on Dak Prescott

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The Dallas Cowboys have chosen to use their franchise tag on quarterback Dak Prescott, making the call hours before Monday’s deadline. Prescott will make approximately $33 million during the 2020 season and Dallas has until July 15 to sign him to a long-term deal — or he will play under the tag. He and the Cowboys were ultimately unable to agree on an extension prior to or during the 2019 season, and the conversation around a new deal spilled into January. Tagging Prescott gives the franchise another year to… [Read entire story]

Jerry Jones confident a deal will get done with Dak Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys are not letting quarterback Dak Prescott hit the open market. Owner Jerry Jones couldn’t be more clear on that point. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports As shared by Jon Machota of The Athletic, Jones recently shut the door on any other possibility. “Of course we’re going to keep his rights,” Jones said. “It’s not a sensitive thing. There’s already been more put on the table to show that we’re going to do everything it takes.” Jones also recently showed how much Prescott means to him personally by comparing… [Read entire story]

Browns may be willing to trade OBJ for the right offer

Seemingly confirming months of rumors, it looks like the Cleveland Browns are may actually be ready and willing to part with superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. That’s assuming they get an offer they deem worthy of parting ways with the Pro-Bowler this offseason. While nothing concrete has come of this, a report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Dan Graziano suggests that the Browns would consider moving OBJ if they were “blown away” by an offer. Statistically, Beckham Jr. was pretty good in his first season with the Browns. The three-time… [Read entire story]

Patriots reportedly interested in Marcus Mariota

The New England Patriots may end up losing Tom Brady this spring. If so, they’re reportedly eyeing former first-round pick Marcus Mariota. Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network reported Thursday that the Patriots “are showing interest” in the former Heisman winner. They aren’t the only ones, either. Keep this… [Read entire story]

Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger won’t be throwing till summer

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could return for at least some of the team’s off-season program after missing the final 14 games of the 2019 campaign with an elbow injury. Big Ben just recently started to throw the football again. It was a pretty big milestone in his recovery, as the future Hall of Famer looks to return from the devastating UCL injury. Roethlisberger had a doctor visit … [Read entire story]

A.J. Green, finally making sense, wants out of Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Bengals want soon-to-be free agent receiver A.J. Green back in the fold as they rebuild, but he may want out. That’s according to  ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler recently, who said at least one NFL executive believes Green “wants out of Cincinnati.” Green has long been loyal to the Bengals, even amid a contract impasse this past calendar year. However, in more recent months his tone has seemingly changed as he … [Read entire story]

NFL Network analyst questions Ben Roethlisberger’s work ethic

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Thomas Davis made some interesting comments about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger during an appearance on NFL Network. Afterward, he was blasted on Twitter by Steelers offensive lineman Zach Banner, who called his comments “idiotic,” and said Thomas’ take was “uneducated and sad… [Read entire story]

Dak Prescott confident deal with Cowboys will get done

Contract discussions between the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott is one of the biggest NFL storylines this offseason. The Cowboys are hoping to sign him to a contract extension soon and even Prescott feels confident that something will get done. Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones recently hinted that contract talks were about to heat up, even after the star quarterback’s frustrations with the organization. Fortunately for Dallas, Prescott believes that he … [Read entire story]

Chargers reportedly unlikely to consider trading up for Burrow

The Los Angeles Chargers need a quarterback with Philip Rivers reportedly moving on this offseason, but it probably won’t be Joe Burrow. According to Jay Glazer of The Athletic, the Chargers are not likely to trade up to No. 1 overall for Burrow, or any other quarterback. Answering a question about this in his weekly mailbag, Glazer wrote, “The amount you have to … [Read entire story]

Super Bowl 2020 Prediction: Dan Marino Makes His Super Bowl 54 Pick

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will face off for Super Bowl LIV. We asked Dan Marino who he thinks will hoist the Lombardi Trophy on Sunday. [Read entire story]

Sammy Watkins continues to disappoint with holdout threat

Sammy Watkins and the Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. However, it appears that the high-priced 26-year-old pass-catcher might have other things on his mind. Specifically, sitting out the entire 2020 season. “If it suits me and my family and (meets) my needs, for sure,” Watkins said when asked about renegotiating his contract, via ESPN. But I’m really in a different space right now. I don’t know what I’m going to do. If we win it, I might chill out. I… [Read entire story]

Reports: Tua Tagovailoa doesn’t want to play in Cincy or Detroit

There’s a lot of information coming from Tua Tagovailoa‘s camp this week. Agent Leigh Steinberg made news on Thursday by seemingly blasting the Cincinnati Bengals before backtracking on those comments. Tua wants to get drafted by the Dolphins? Early Thursday on radio row, @FoxSports640 producer @sdiener86 told Tua’s dad he hopes his son gets taken by Miami. Tua’s father said “so do we.” — Andy Slater (@AndySlater) January 30, 2020 Earlier in the day, a report indicated that Tagovailoa would prefer to be selected by … [Read entire story]

Tevin Coleman will start for 49ers, despite injury in NFC Championship

Just two weeks after suffering a brutally dislocated shoulder in the NFC Championship, San Francisco 49ers running back Tevin Coleman will play in Super Bowl LIV. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said that Coleman, along with safety Jaquiski Tartt and linebacker Kwon Alexander, will “be good to go” for the big game, per Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle. Per pool report, Kyle Shanahan on RB … [Read entire story]

Super Bowl 54 Player Props and Predictions: 49ers vs. Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes is the Super Bowl MVP betting favourite at +100 followed by his San Francisco 49ers counterpart Jimmy Garoppolo at +200. [Read entire story]

Chargers plan to cut ties with Philip Rivers this offseason

The signs have all been pointing to this. Now, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting the Los Angeles Chargers have “moved on” from Philip Rivers. The #Chargers have "moved on" from Philip Rivers, per @JayGlazer. He'll be a free agent this offseason. ESPN reported last week that Rivers has moved "permanently" from San Diego to Florida. — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) January 27, 2020 Philip Rivers is moving his entire, and very large, family to Florida “permanently,” per ESPN last week. Read: Former Browns Coach Freddie Kitchens Lands Job … [Read entire story]

Top candidate for Browns’ GM job withdraws from consideration

Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Just when the Cleveland Browns seemed to be closing in on a general manager, their search must now continue. Minnesota Vikings assistant general manager George Paton withdrew from consideration for the Browns’ general manager vacancy on Friday. George Paton has withdrawn from consideration for the Browns GM job, per source. — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) January 24, 2020 The news, reported by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, comes just days after Paton met with Cleveland for the second time. He received his second interview for the position on Tuesday, but ultimately declined to move forward after the… [Read entire story]

Aldon Smith reportedly still training for unlikely NFL comeback

Image via Zimbio Before off-field troubles derailed his promising career, Aldon Smith was one of the most dominant pass rushers to enter the NFL in a long time. Currently suspended indefinitely by the league for multiple off-field incidents (including domestic violence), he’s working hard to try and get back into the game. According to TMZ Sports, Smith has been training at Jay Glazer’s Unbreakable gym in West Hollywood. He’s doing it, per the report, in an effort to make an NFL comeback. Smith has spent time in jail and rehab… [Read entire story]

Lions may be looking to trade Matt Stafford this offseason

Image courtesy of Zimbio Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been a staple in the franchise since 2009. Now, the Lions could reportedly be looking to trade Stafford this offseason. Man…. @BartScott57 is clearly hearing what I was hearing at Mobile. The talk in NFL circles is that Matthew Stafford might be on the move this offseason. — Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) January 24, 2020 Omar… [Read entire story]

Tom Brady reportedly plans on discussions with other teams

As Tom Brady enters free agency, he will allow himself to be courted by other teams for the first time in his NFL career, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reports. According to La Canfora, it “would be extremely surprising” if Brady and the Patriots agreed to a deal before free agency opens on March 18. The veteran quarterback is “prepared” to discuss a future with other teams. “While his process could still result in a return to New England it is… [Read entire story]

Luke Kuechly reportedly considering coaching after stunning retirement

In the wake of his stunning retirement, Luke Kuechly has reportedly started to consider going into coaching or consulting to stay plugged into the NFL. This news comes by way of Mike Garafolo of NFL Network: From @gmfb: Retired #Panthers LB Luke Kuechly has preliminarily mulled a coaching or consultant role to stay involved in the NFL in some capacity. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 18, 2020 Given how cerebral Kuechly has been since even before his NFL playing days, and given his natural leadership… [Read entire story]

OBJ arrest warrant likely to be rescinded, officer not pressing charges

The security officer who had his buttocks slapped by Odell Beckham Jr. has changed his tune, opting not to press charges after an arrest warrant was issued. First reported by, it was noted that police in New Orleans will likely rescind the arrest warrant after the security officer went on record about the incident not being a criminal matter. The incident that got Beckham into trouble occurred in the … [Read entire story]

Drew Rosenhaus ‘conditionally’ ends relationship with Antonio Brown

The off-field troubles of NFL free agent Antonio Brown continue to hurt his brand. On Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN shared that super-agent Drew Rosenhaus has conditionally ended his relationship with Antonio Brown. Rosenhaus will not deal with Brown until he seeks counsel. Agent Drew Rosenhaus conditionally terminated his relationship with Antonio Brown today until the free-agent WR seeks counsel, per an NFLPA source. Rosenhaus wrote in… [Read entire story]

Browns announce Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski as next head coach

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports The Cleveland Browns have finally made their decision. Sources: The #Browns are planning to hire #Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach. Runner-up last year, winner this year. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 12, 2020 The team ended its coaching search Sunday, reportedly hiring Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski to be the Browns’ next head coach, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Stefanski, 37, was a runner-up for the Browns job last… [Read entire story]

Giants owner says Eli Manning still considering his future

Image via Zimbio No one knows what’s next for Eli Manning. His future is unclear for the first time in 16 seasons, since his days as the starting quarterback for the New York Giants are over. It seems like Manning also doesn’t know what his future holds. In an interview with WFAN’s “Moose and Maggie,” Giants owner John Mara discussed his recent conversation with… [Read entire story]

Ravens’ Mark Ingram limited in practice ahead of divisional round

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh didn’t provide any clarity on the Mark Ingram injury front Thursday ahead of their divisional-round matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Speaking to reporters, Harbaugh said Mark Ingram was limited in practice, and that “We’ll just have to see how it goes.” Read: Jerry Jones Pays Tribute … [Read entire story]

Andrew Luck’s father says he’s not shown ‘any desires’ to return to NFL

USA Today Indianapolis Colts fans still holding out hope that quarterback Andrew Luck will see the error of his ways and make a glorious return may want to start letting go for good. According to XFL CEO and commissioner Oliver Luck, Andrew’s father, he has not expressed interest in returning to the NFL after his sudden retirement before the start of the 2019 season. Oliver Luck had this to say to Damon Amendolara on “The DA Show:” “My wife and I spent some time with… [Read entire story]

Browns expected to make a head coach hire in coming days

The Cleveland Browns are the only team left standing with a head coaching vacancy and are set to move forward with more interviews this week before reportedly deciding by the weekend. Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Browns’ upcoming interview schedule: ?Wednesday: Eagles DC Jim Schwartz.?Thursday: Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski.?Friday: Patriots OC Josh McDaniels.Already interviewed: Eric Bieniemy, Greg Roman, Robert Saleh. Browns want to have a deal in place … [Read entire story]

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