The Falcons kick off training camp on Monday, and coach Dan Quinn can’t wait to uncover the changes he’s made this offseason. Also, the latest on Tyreek Hill (and what the NFL should have done), Melvin Gordon’s and Ezekiel Elliott’s contract situations, where the CBA negotiations stand and much, much more.
The NFL still very much has a diversity problem in its head-coaching ranks, and when the changing tides come, it will likely start with this agent and the coaches whom he represents. Also, second-year head coaches look back and look ahead, insight on the rookie quarterbacks, some words from Larry Fitzgerald and much more.
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn spent some of his offseason in Tanzania, where he helped open a school in a rural part of the country. Lynn talks about what he learned from his experience in Africa, and some of the lessons he hopes to bring back to Los Angeles. Also, four lingering offseason storylines, the latest developments for the NFL in London, the story of an Italian football player and much more.
Douglas on why he took the job, why he has confidence in Adam Gase, and what's next for the Jets after a wild month. Plus, Pat Bowlen's legacy, the first-ever Black Quarterback Club Summit featuring Deshaun Watson, Kyle Rudolph on his new contract, more details in the Texans-Patriots GM battle over Nick Caserio, a breakout player in Green Bay, the Ravens' new speed, and one more reason everyone loves Sean McVay.
On the surface, the Texans firing GM Brian Gaine seemed to be a huge surprise—but a closer look reveals a few clues about Houston’s intentions all along. Plus, updates from Norv Turner on Cam Newton (who’s set to practice this week), additional details on the Jets making it official with Joe Douglas, why the Carson Wentz deal is a win-win from all angles and much more.
It’s been a bumpy few weeks for the Jets and their new head coach and newly named interim GM. Where is Gase’s mind at through all of this? Also, the changes to the combine aren't the changes you think, Jerry Jones is hardly panicked about the number of Dallas’s expiring contracts, Jerry Kramer remembers Bart Starr and more.
Heading into the offseason, Washington‘s quarterback situation, after losing Alex Smith and Colt McCoy to injury, was dire. Jay Gruden explains how he came up with a gameplan to rebuild the position—and how he landed on Dwayne Haskins. Also, Richard Sherman and Cliff Avril reflect on the Seahawks’ championship years, how the NFL is searching for talent in the U.K., the true value in rookie minicamps and more.
With just four days until the draft, some decisions are becoming clear while others remain closely guarded secrets. With not enough players deserving of first-round grades to go around, here's how we see Thursday night playing out. Plus, more analysis of Russell Wilson's record-breaking deal, ramifications of the Raiders sending home their scouts and much more from around the NFL.
The new Packers coach insists he doesn’t care about the team’s past coach-QB drama, but he does know that his success will rest on his relationship with his future Hall of Fame quarterback. It’s early days, but LaFleur says they’re off to a good start. Plus, the latest on the Russell Wilson contract situation; 2019 draft risers, sliders and sleepers; and much more from around the NFL.
The 2019 draft is still more than two weeks away, but some quarterback-needy teams might already be thinking about next year (and maybe even the year after)—so here’s a quick look at some of the QBs who will likely be in the ’20 draft class. Also, inside Demarcus Lawrence’s contract negotiations, Josh Rosen showing up for the Cardinals’ offseason workouts, the biggest challenge ahead for Packers new coach Matt LaFleur and more.
Beckham will be with the Browns as the team’s offseason program gets underway, managing the lofty expectations placed on them this year. Plus, Adam Gase discusses something he’s bringing with him from Miami, offensive coaches give their dispatches from quarterback pro days across the nation, a personnel man’s opinion on Josh Rosen’s 2018 season and more.