While the Dallas Cowboys are trying to work out a long-term deal with franchise player DeMarcus Lawrence, they acquired another pass-rusher today, trading for defensive end Robert Quinn, formerly of the Miami Dolphins.
Advanced analysis of the maddening, inconsistent Jameis Winston from Thomas Bassinger at the Tampa Bay Times serves as a bit of a preview of two things coming up from Football Outsiders. First, there's some results in here from the 2018 edition of John Kinsley's Deep Ball Project, which we'll be running soon as a guest column. Second, Bassinger himself is going to be part of Football Outsiders Almanac 2019, taking on the Atlanta and Tampa Bay chapters for us.
This is our 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 11. (Click to read more.)
It was after midnight on Saturday night on the East Coast when the news broke. After a week full of on-again, off-again rumors and a deal with Buffalo that was apparently nixed at the last minute, the Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly agreed to trade wide receiver Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders. In return, the Steelers will receive two picks -- third- and fifth-rounders -- in this year's draft.