In Baltimore, expect some stepbacks on the defensive side of the ball, after losing several crucial pieces of last year’s unit—C.J. Mosley and Terrell Suggs, to name two—to free agency, but not as many as you may think.
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.
A discussion of why so many edge defenders remain great well into their 30s, the reasons why teams drop pass rushers into coverage, why Whitney Mercilus is a swell guy, a ranking of the top 10 edge defenders in the NFL heading into the 2019 season, and much more.
There were only two wide receivers drafted in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft, with Marquise Brown going first at No 25 to the Ravens. Based on the early reports of this year's WR class, that number will likely be higher in 2020.
A year ago, we didn't know much about Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones, Dwayne Haskins and the rest of the 2019 NFL draft quarterbacks. But this year is different, with several well-known college passers—Tua Tagovailoa, Justin Herbert and Jake Fromm, to name a few—already in the conversation atop the draft.
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.
A tale of football grit that inspired a generation of un-athletic kids, or was it a cocktail of lies that ended up duping investors for a failed sports drink company that eventually ended up in Rudy's arrest? We dive into a movie that many think is good, but could be straight-up evil.