Trevor Lawrence made Gardner Minshew expendable in Jacksonville, and so the Jaguars expended him.
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The Broncos released the following Tweet on Wednesday: "Coach Fangio informed our team this morning that Teddy Bridgewater will be the Broncos’ starting quarterback."
Sad news out of Jacksonville, where running back Travis Etienne's rookie season is over before it began.
Our look at DVOA by route data for 2020 shows just what Kansas City's tight end did to be the best receiver in the game last season. We also look at the worst receiver of last season, A.J. Green, and why he's a sadly perfect fit in Arizona. Plus: what Atlanta lost and Tennessee gained in the Julio Jones deal, the disappointing return of the wide receiver screen, and how scrambling quarterbacks are changing the game.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed Jamal Adams to a contract extension that makes him the highest-paid safety in the league.
While all the attention is on New Orleans' quarterback situation, they also have to replace several starters on defense. With so much up in the air, there's a lot of pressure on holdovers such as Demario Davis and Malcolm Jenkins to guide the Saints back to the postseason.
The Las Vegas Raiders have become the first team to announce that they will require fans to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to attend games. They probably won't be the last.
Last year, Minnesota had the weakest pass rush we have seen in a long, long time. The Vikings will need to get better there to get back to the playoffs, and they'll need Danielle Hunter to bounce back from injury in a big way to get it done.
Dwayne Haskins and Alex Smith were the NFL's worst quarterbacks under pressure last year, while Ryan Fitzpatrick was the best. That doesn't necessarily mean, however, that Washington's upgrade at quarterback will be as big as you might expect.
The Minnesota Vikings have released Jeff Gladney, a 2020 first-round draft pick, after the cornerback was indicted for felony assault in a domestic violence case in Texas.