- Julian Edelman Retires
- Jets Deal Sam Darnold to Carolina
- 'Tom Brady Rule' Highlights Proposed Rule Changes
- NFL Makes 17-Game Schedule Official
- Miami Deals No. 3 Pick to San Francisco
- NFL Announces New Media Distribution Agreements
- Drew Brees Announces Retirement
- 2021 Free Agency and Trade Discussion
- SackSEER 2021 (ESPN Version)
- Playmaker Score 2021 (ESPN Version)
- ESPN: Daring Moves for All 32 NFL Teams
- ESPN: Players Who Have Declined/Improved in 2020
- ESPN: How The Playoff Races Will Be Won
- ESPN: Best Rookie Wide Receiver Seasons
- ESPN: Ranking The Undefeated Steelers
- ESPN: Ranking Remaining Schedule Strength
Patriots slot receiver Julian Edelman retired today after a 12-year career that included a Super Bowl MVP award. No, he's not going down to play with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay; his knees are shot. So now we're going to have the Edelman Hall of Fame argument.
So, uh, congratulations Panthers fans? The Jets are dealing Sam Darnold to the Panthers for two 2022 picks (second and fourth rounds) and a 2021 sixth-round pick. Now's the time to truly find out the value of a coaching staff and the surrounding parts.
The NFL and its teams have proposed a dozen new rules—concerning overtime, instant replay, onside kicks, and double-pass plays—for the 2021 season. The potential new rules will be voted on at the owners' meetings in May.
The worst-kept secret in NFL history became official on Tuesday when the league formally approved a 17-game schedule starting this fall.
Big draft news! Miami is trading the No. 3 overall pick to San Francisco for the No. 12 pick, a 2021 third-round compensatory pick, and first-round picks in both 2022 and 2023. Is the next step for San Francisco to choose a new young quarterback and deal Jimmy Garoppolo? Is Handsome Jimmy G.
The NFL has announced new media distribution agreements that will affect game broadcasts for more than a decade.
Drew Brees announced his retirement with social media posts today, on the 15th anniversary of the day he originally signed with the New Orleans Saints in 2006 free agency. Brees retires as the NFL's all-time leader in passing yards, second in passing touchdowns and completion rate.
This is our annual open thread to discuss all the free agent movement, trades, cuts, and other news for the first few days of free agency, starting with the "legal tampering period" that begins at noon Eastern on March 15. (Click to read more.)
Some quarterback news this morning.