The biggest NFL news on Friday night involved a veteran, not a rookie. How did Josh Rosen wind up in Miami after just one year in Arizona? And who got the better end of the trade, the Dolphins or Cardinals?
24 comments, Last at 08 May 2019, 05:17am by LondonMonarch
Arizona takes Kyler Murray first overall -- what does this mean for the future of the NFL? Also on the draft's first day: the Giants reach for a quarterback, Washington sits back and waits for theirs, Seattle makes a bunch of trades, pretty much every pass-rusher comes off the board, and Roger Goodell nearly dies.
Just as major news concerning the Chargers' uniforms breaks, we cover their history of fashion changes, while also breaking down the classic threads of the Raiders, Chiefs, and Broncos. Plus: If the NFL is going to use pink every year for Breast Cancer Awareness month, what's the best way to do it?
6 comments, Last at 22 Apr 2019, 06:30am by Raiderjoe
Of all the hundreds of mock drafts scattered across the Interwebs, this is probably the most fun: our old colleague Bill Barnwell tries to figure out a logical trade for each of the first round's 32 picks. Who moves up for Kyler Murray? Would Detroit trade away Matthew Stafford? Why is Josh Rosen so appealing to so many teams -- and why might the Giants look elsewhere for their next quarterback?
Most of America went to bed with no announcement of any deal between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Given Wilson's self-imposed deadline to reach a new agreement by April 15 or cut off all long-term negotiations, there was all sorts of speculation that Wilson's time in the Pacific Northwest might be coming to an end.
4 comments, Last at 18 Apr 2019, 08:53am by sbond101
Oklahoma's Marquise Brown is a good wide receiver prospect, but the fact that he is this year's best speaks volumes about the mediocrity at the top of this wide receiver draft class. According to Football Outsiders' Playmaker Projections, Brown is the weakest "top prospect" in the past five years.
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