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Trey Lance rumors may want to choose up in advance of the draft after it have become public know-how that the San Francisco 49ers have fielded requires the previous No. three universal choose.

Attending his alma mater, North Dakota State`s very last spring exercise this weekend, in which his more youthful brother plays, Lance rebuffed questions on exchange hypothesis and his destiny in San Francisco.

“I were given no touch upon that,” Lance advised Mike McFeely of InForum. “I don’t have any information.”

Lance can be a inexpensive alternative for groups that aren`t in love with this year’s crop of quarterbacks. And with former 49ers coaches and the front workplace body of workers in locations with destiny desires on the quarterback spot — like Tennessee and Houston — rumors can be aplenty this week.

Brock Purdy is in line to regain the beginning activity after his stellar end-of-season run on every occasion he is healthy. However, the reality that he can not throw till June complicates Lance’s destiny. The Niners signed veteran Sam Darnold this offseason, who can be a placeholder if the crew unearths a feasible exchange associate for Lance.

Lance is likewise coming back from his very own season-finishing injury, which required surgeries. He advised McFeely that he is been completely cleared for a touch over a month

“Last 12 months I performed the only sport in Chicago after which were given hurt, so it turned into form of over earlier than it even were given started. But I am simply excited for this 12 months,” Lance said. “This offseason, simply specializing in getting higher. Focusing on getting those men higher withinside the locker room and simply being a fantastic teammate, a fantastic leader.”

The query in advance of the draft is whether or not that offseason paintings will arise in Santa Clara or a brand new locale.

Top Pick in Latest Mock Draft Goes to Falcons for Most Physically Gifted Player

Top Pick in Latest Mock Draft Goes to Falcons for Most Physically Gifted Player


In the latest mock draft, the Atlanta Falcons have the top pick and are projected to select the most physically gifted player in the class.

The player in question is none other than defensive end prospect Kayvon Thibodeaux from the University of Oregon. Thibodeaux is widely regarded as one of the top prospects in the draft and is expected to be a game-changer on defense for whichever team drafts him.

Thibodeaux possesses an incredible blend of size, speed, and athleticism that makes him a nightmare for offensive linemen. At 6’5″ and 250 pounds, he has the length and strength to overpower blockers and the speed to blow past them. He also has great instincts and awareness, which allow him to diagnose plays quickly and make plays in the backfield.

During his time at Oregon, Thibodeaux was a force to be reckoned with on defense. He recorded 12 sacks and 23.5 tackles for loss in just two seasons, and was named the Pac-12 Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2019. He also earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors in both seasons.

Top Pick in Latest Mock Draft Goes to Falcons for Most Physically Gifted Player

The Falcons have a clear need for a dominant pass rusher, and Thibodeaux would fit the bill perfectly. With his ability to disrupt the quarterback and make plays behind the line of scrimmage, he could help transform Atlanta’s defense into one of the league’s best.

Of course, there are still several weeks to go until the draft, and anything can happen between now and then. But if the mock draft projections hold true, the Falcons will be adding a game-changing talent in Thibodeaux to their roster. And if he lives up to his potential, he could be a cornerstone of the team’s defense for years to come.

While Thibodeaux’s physical gifts are certainly a major reason why he is such a highly touted prospect, his mental makeup and work ethic are also highly regarded by scouts and analysts.

According to reports, Thibodeaux is a relentless worker who is constantly striving to improve his game. He has been praised for his dedication to film study and his willingness to put in extra work in the weight room and on the practice field.

In addition, Thibodeaux has a strong understanding of the mental side of the game. He has been praised for his ability to read offenses and adjust his game accordingly, as well as his leadership skills and work ethic.

All of these factors have contributed to Thibodeaux’s status as the top prospect in the draft. While there are other players who could potentially be in the mix for the top pick, Thibodeaux’s rare combination of physical gifts, mental makeup, and work ethic make him an incredibly enticing prospect for the Falcons and other teams in need of a game-changing defensive player.

Of course, nothing is guaranteed in the NFL draft, and there have been plenty of highly touted prospects who have failed to live up to expectations. But if Thibodeaux can continue to develop his game and stay healthy, he could be a dominant force in the league for years to come. And for the Falcons, who have struggled on defense in recent years, adding a player of Thibodeaux’s caliber could be a major step towards turning their fortunes around.

Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Tracker: News, Updates, Signings, and Trades

Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Tracker: News, Updates, Signings, and Trades


Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Tracker: News, Updates, Signings, and Trades

Tuesday, April 4

  • 12:26 p.m. Panthers sign former Cardinals linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hil,
  • 10:52 a.m Browns wide receiver Michael Woods, ruptured his Achilles during a workout and is likely to miss the entire season,
  • 10:47 a.m. Raiders sign former Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer to a two-year deal,
  • 10:22 a.m. Packers re-sign safety (and special-teamer) Dallin Leavitt,

Monday, April 3

  • 1:08 p.m. Jaguars waive running back Mekhi Sargent,
  • 12:01 p.m. Dolphins extend tight end Durham Smythe’s contract through 2025,
  • 11:44 a.m. Saints re-sign linebacker Andrew Dowell,

Friday, March 31

  • 4:36 p.m. Chiefs re-sign safety Deon Bush to a one-year deal,
  • 3:28 p.m. Seahawks withdraw RFA tender from safety Ryan Neal,
  • 3:22 p.m. Titans re-sign offensive lineman Corey Levin,
  • 3:22 p.m. Titans sign former Bears tight end Trevon Wesco to a one-year contract,
  • 3:09 p.m. Falcons sign former Cardinals tackle Joshua Miles to a one-year deal,
  • 1:40 p.m. Colts sign former Texans (and Browns) tight end Pharaoh Brown,
  • 12:58 p.m. Bengals sign former Titans (and Cowboys) linebacker Tarell Basham,
  • 12:42 p.m. Colts sign former Bears running back Darrynton Evans,

Thursday, March 30

  • 8:04 p.m. Cardinals sign former Cowboys defensive lineman Carlos Watkins to a one-year deal
  • 5:11 p.m. Steelers sign former Chargers defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko,
  • 4:13 p.m. Steelers to sign former Buccaneers safety Keanu Neal,
  • 3:34 p.m. Bears re-sign backup quarterback Nate Peterman,
  • 3:18 p.m. Eagles sign former Saints defensive tackle Kentavius Street,
  • 3:03 p.m. Cardinals sign former Falcons (and Chiefs) cornerback Rashad Fenton to a one-year contract,

Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Tracker: News, Updates, Signings, and Trades

Wednesday, March 29

  • 4:18 p.m. Cowboys re-sign defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins to a one-year deal,
  • 3:52 p.m. Lions sign former Jaguars wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. with a one-year deal worth as much as $5 million, Jones began his career in Detroit, playing from 2016-2010.
  • 3:05 p.m. Raiders re-sign tackle Alex Bars to a one-year deal,
  • 1:34 p.m. Bills re-sign defensive tackle Jordan Phillips to a one-year, $3 million deal,
  • 11:01 a.m. Former Ravens tight end Nick Boyle appears at University of Maryland Pro Day, working out as a long snapper — a position he played at the University of Delaware —
  • 6:11 a.m. Falcons sign former Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell to a one-year deal,

Tuesday, March 28

  • 10:02 p.m. Raiders sign former Chargers wide receiver DeAndre Carter to a one-year deal worth $2.4 million,
  • 4:44 p.m. Falcons sign former Buccaneers wide receiver Scotty Miller,
  • 4:12 p.m. Buccaneers sign former Colts placekicker Chase McLaughlin,
  • 3:54 p.m. Buccaneers re-sign defensive tackle Deadrin Senat,

Monday, March 27

  • 10:56 p.m. Bengals sign former Vikings tight end Irv Smith Jr.,
  • 3:21 p.m. Rams re-sign defensive tackle Marquise Copeland to a one-year deal,
  • 1:58 p.m. 49ers will exercise Brandon Aiyuk’s fifth-year option,
  • 1:26 p.m. Saints sign former Falcons (and Raiders) wide receiver Bryan Edwards, Was briefly on Chiefs’ practice squad in 2022.
  • 1:12 p.m. Falcons sign former Chargers defensive end Joe Gaziano to a one-year deal,
  • 11:58 a.m. Bengals sign former Eagles cornerback Sidney Jones
  • 11:28 a.m. Bills sign former Rams safety Taylor Rapp, to a one-year deal,
  • 10:56 a.m. Colts re-sign defensive end Khalid Kareem,
  • 10:33 a.m. 49ers sign former Colts tackle Matt Pryor,
  • 9:48 a.m. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson announces on social media that he requested a trade from the organization on March 2.
  • Reports from previous days are at the end of the article.

Chiefs signings, trades

  • S Deon Bush (UFA signed 3/31)
  • DT Phil Hoskins (UFA signed 3/24)
  • DT Byron Cowart (UFA signed 3/24)
  • TE Blake Bell (UFA re-signed 3/24)
  • DT Derrick Nnadi (UFA re-signed 3/21)
  • S Mike Edwards (UFA signing 3/18)
  • LB Drue Tranquill (UFA signing 3/18)
  • G Nick Allegretti (UFA re-signed 3/17)
  • T Prince Tega Wanogho (ERFA contract tender 3/15)
  • QB Shane Buechele (ERFA contract tender 3/15)
  • DT Charles Omenihu (UFA signing 3/14)
  • TE Jody Fortson (ERFA contract tender 3/14)
  • DT Tershawn Wharton (RFA re-signed 3/13)
  • T Jawaan Taylor (UFA signing 3/13)
  • P Tommy Townsend (RFA contract tender 3/10)
  • Chiefs releases, retirements, trades
  • DE Frank Clark (released 3/6)
  • QB Chad Henne (retired 3/12)
  • Chiefs free agents signed elsewhere
  • WR Mecole Hardman (UFA signed with Jets 3/22)
  • RB Ronald Jones (UFA signed by Cowboys 3/21)
  • T Orlando Brown Jr. (UFA signed by Bengals 3/15)
  • WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (UFA signed with Patriots 3/15)
  • S Juan Thornhill (UFA signed with Browns 3/15)
  • DT Khalen Saunders (UFA signed with Saints 3/15)
  • FB Michael Burton (UFA signed with Broncos 3/14)
  • OL Andrew Wylie (UFA signed with Commanders 3/13)
  • WR Marcus Kemp (UFA signed with Commanders 3/3)
  • Remaining Chiefs free agents
  • LB Darius Harris (UFA after no RFA tender)
  • RB Jerick McKinnon (UFA)
  • WR Justin Watson (UFA)
  • DE Carlos Dunlap (UFA)
  • DT Brandon Williams (UFA)

Chiefs draft picks

  • Round 1, Pick 32 (31)
  • Round 2, Pick 32 (63)
  • Round 3, Pick 32 (95)
  • Round 4, Pick 20 (from Dolphins) (122)
  • Round 4, Pick 32 (134)
  • Round 5, Pick 32 (166)
  • Round 6, Pick 1 (from Bears through Dolphins) (178)
  • Round 6, Pick 40 (compensatory) (217)
  • Round 7, Pick 32 (249)
  • Round 7, Pick 33 (compensatory) (250)

Previous days

Sunday, March 26

  • 2:09 p.m. Browns to sign former Washington guard Wes Martin,

Saturday, March 25

  • 6:25 p.m. After a season with the Rams, the Seahawks return linebacker Bobby Wagner to the team with a one-year, $7 million deal,
  • 6:22 p.m. Cardinals sign former Packers linebacker Krys Barnes to a one-year contract,
  • 3:09 p.m. Broncos sign former Seahawks center Kyle Fuller,
  • 3:02 p.m. Packers re-sign linebacker Eric Wilson,
  • 9:39 a.m. Steelers re-sign tight end Zach Gentry,

Friday, March 24

  • 6:24 p.m. 49ers acquire former Panthers placekicker Zane Gonzalez through trade,
  • 3:21 p.m. Texans sign former Steelers wide receiver Steven Sims,
  • 2:19 p.m. Raiders sign former Dolphins defensive tackle John Jenkins,
  • 2:16 p.m. Dolphins re-signed cornerback Justin Bethel,
  • 2:05 p.m. Steelers sign former Titans offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark,
  • 1:44 p.m. Broncos sign former Saints wide receiver Marquez Callaway,
  • 12:27 p.m. Chiefs sign former practice squad defensive tackle Phil Hoskins,
  • 11:58 a.m. Eagles sign former Steelers safety Terrell Edmunds to a one-year deal,
  • 11:50 a.m. Panthers sign former Lions wide receiver DJ Chark,
  • 11:21 a.m. Ravens sign former Patriots wide receiver Nelson Agholor to a one-year deal,
  • 10:38 a.m. Chiefs sign former Colts defensive tackle Byron Cowart,
  • 10:26 a.m. Chiefs re-sign tight end Blake Bell to a one-year contract,
  • 9:47 a.m. Lions re-sign backup quarterback Nate Sudfeld,
  • 7:47 a.m. Eagles sign right tackle Lane Johnson to a one-year contract extension to keep him through 2026,

Thursday, March 23

  • 8:01 p.m. Packers re-sign linebacker Justin Hollins,
  • 7:17 p.m. Broncos sign former Saints running back Tony Jones Jr.,
  • 6:34 p.m. Panthers inform placekicker Zane Gonzalez he will be released,
  • 6:30 p.m. Panthers re-sign placekicker Eddy Pineiro to a two-year deal,
  • 4:18 p.m. Saints re-sign defensive back Isaac Yiadom,
  • 3:50 p.m. Jaguars re-sign placekicker Riley Patterson on exclusive rights tender,
  • 3:39 p.m. Buccaneers release placekicker Ryan Succop,
  • 2:01 p.m. Giants sign former Bills tight end Tommy Sweeney,
  • 1:45 p.m. Commanders announce signing former Steelers tackle Trent Scott.
  • 12:44 p.m. Jets re-sign running back Ty Johnson to a one-year contract,
  • 12:27 p.m. Giants sign former Lions cornerback Amani Oruwariye to a one-year deal,
  • 12:11 p.m. Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler suffers torn pectoral muscle during offseason training, will miss 4-6 months,
  • 11:52 a.m. Bills sign former Rams guard David Edwards to a one-year contract,
  • 11:46 a.m. Giants sign former Bills wide receiver Jamison Crowder to a one-year contract,
  • 11:15 a.m. Bills sign former Rams guard David Edwards to a one-year deal,
  • 11:14 a.m. Raiders sign former Vikings cornerback Duke Shelley,
  • 8:45 a.m. Bears sign former Titans linebacker (and special teamer) Dylan Cole,
  • Wednesday, March 22
  • 8:03 p.m. Lions sign former Texans (and Lions) linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin,
  • 7:01 p.m. 49ers sign former Lions defensive end Austin Bryant to one-year contract,
  • 6:23 p.m. Following Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, Saints tight end Foster Moreau announces retirement.
  • 5:03 p.m. Falcons re-sign tackle Germain Ifedi,
  • 5:01 p.m. Vikings re-sign fullback C.J. Ham to a two-year deal,
  • 4:37 p.m. Vikings sign former Chargers linebacker Troy Reeder,
  • 4:11 p.m. Cowboys sign former Raiders long snapper Trent Sieg,
  • 3:56 p.m. Buccaneers re-sign linebacker Cam Gill,
  • 3:54 p.m. Rams re-sign defensive tackle Michael Hoecht,
  • 3:54 p.m. Chargers re-sign cornerback Kemon Hall,
  • 2:46 p.m. Raiders sign former Titans tight end Austin Hooper to a one-year deal,
  • 2:42 p.m. Browns trade second-round pick for Jets wide receiver Elijah Moore and New York’s third-round pick,
  • 2:34 p.m. Vikings sign former Rams wide receiver Brandon Powell to a one-year deal,
  • 1:30 p.m. Jets sign former Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman to a one-year deal worth up to $6.5 million,
  • 12:53 p.m. Jaguars sign former Browns running back D’Ernest Johnson to a one-year deal,
  • 12:50 p.m. Jaguars sign agree to terms with former Giants defensive tackle Henry Mondeaux,
  • 12:28 p.m. Texans sign former Raiders linebacker Denzel Perryman to a one-year deal,
  • 12:27 p.m. Browns re-sign linebacker Anthony Walker to a one-year contract,
  • 11:58 a.m. Jaguars sign former Cardinals defensive end Michael Dogbe to a one-year,
  • 8:16 a.m. Raiders sign former Rams cornerback David Long Jr. to a one-year deal,

Tuesday, March 21

  • 7:48 p.m. Saints re-sign defensive tackle Malcolm Roach
  • 7:37 p.m. Saints will sign former Seattle safety Johnathan Abram after Wednesday physical,
  • 7:09 p.m. Vikings waive wide receiver Thomas Hennigan,
  • 6:38 p.m. Cardinals sign former Titans tackle Dennis Daley to a two-year contract,
  • 5:31 p.m. Giants sign former Commanders safety Bobby McCain,
  • 5:01 p.m. Broncos withdraw ERFA contract tender to punter Corliss Waitman,
  • 4:45 p.m. Panthers re-sign defensive end Henry Anderson to a one-year deal,
  • 4:44 p.m. Giants sign former Commanders defensive back Bobby McCain to a one-year deal,
  • 3:20 p.m. Cardinals sign former Seahawks defensive end L.J. Collier to one-year deal,
  • 3:20 p.m. Cardinals re-sign cornerback Antonio Hamilton,
  • 3:01 p.m. Steelers announce re-signing cornerback James Pierre to a one-year deal.
  • 2:43 p.m. Cowboys re-sign outside linebacker Dante Fowler Jr. to a 1-year deal,
  • 1:39 p.m. Falcons activate former Bears defensive tackle Eddie Goldman from the reserve/retired list,
  • 1:10 p.m. Cowboys sign former Chiefs running back Ronald Jones,
  • 1:06 p.m. Browns sign former Bears linebacker Matthew Adams,
  • 12:51 p.m. Bills re-sign tackle David Quessenberry,
  • 12:20 p.m. Dolphins re-sign linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel,
  • 12:01 p.m. Colts sign former Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie,
  • 11:22 a.m. Chiefs re-sign defensive Derrick Nnadi,
  • 11:01 a.m. Cowboys sign former Falcons tackle Chuma Edoga to a one-year deal, per contract.
  • 11:00 a.m. Texans sign former Dolphins center Michael Deiter to one-year contract,
  • 10:52 a.m. Broncos sign former Rams punter Riley Dixon, The seven-year veteran began his career with Denver in 2016.
  • 10:19 a.m. Eagles are signing former Bears linebacker Nicholas Morrow to a one-year deal,
  • 10:12 a.m. Team sources say that a person representing Ravens’ franchise-tagged quarterback Lamar Jackson has contacted several teams to say that he is not seeking a fully-guaranteed contract. But it is reported that this individual is not on the NFLPA’s list of certified agents.
  • 10:11 a.m. Vikings re-sign defensive end Jonathan Bullard,
  • 10:05 a.m. Eagles sign former Bears linebacker Nicholas Morrow,
  • 9:24 a.m. Pending physical, Texans sign former Panthers linebacker Cory Littleton,
  • 8:58 a.m. Former Patriots linebacker Dont’a Hightower retires,
  • 8:31 a.m. Cowboys re-sign running back Rico Dowdle,

Monday, March 20

  • 9:38 p.m. Cowboys restructure wide receiver Brandin Cooks’ Texans contract, creating $4 million in 2023 cap space,
  • 7:52 p.m. Seahawks release defensive tackle Al Woods,
  • 6:59 p.m. Raiders sign former Commanders wide receiver Cam Sims,
  • 6:55 p.m. Cardinals re-sign quarterback David Blough to a one-year deal,
  • 6:51 p.m. Bills sign former Patriots running back Damien Harris to a one-year deal,
  • 6:21 p.m. Browns sign former Titans backup quarterback Josh Dobbs to a one-year contract,
  • 6:17 p.m. Falcons sign former Lions (and Chiefs) cornerback Mike Hughes to a two-year deal,
  • 6:16 p.m. Saints sign former Titans (and Chiefs) cornerback Lonnie Johnson Jr. to one-year contract,
  • 5:03 p.m. Eagles sign former Buccaneers safety Justin Evans,
  • 4:45 p.m. Broncos release outside linebacker Wyatt Ray,
  • 4:33 p.m. Raiders re-sign wide receiver Keelan Cole to a one-year deal,
  • 4:27 p.m. Texans sign former Bills running back Devin Singletary to a one-year deal worth up to $3.8 million,
  • 4:22 p.m. Texans sign former Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz to a one-year deal worth up to $9 million,
  • 4:16 p.m. 49ers sign former Giants offensive lineman Jon Feliciano to a one-year contract,
  • 4:15 p.m. Cowboys host former Chiefs running back Ronald Jones on a free-agent visit,
  • 4:13 p.m. Broncos waive cornerback Lamar Jackson,
  • 2:27 p.m. Lions sign former Broncos (and Lions) guard Graham Glasgow,
  • 2:17 p.m. Raiders sign former 49ers defensive end Jordan Willis,
  • 2:03 p.m. Raiders sign former Texans tight end O.J. Howard,
  • 1:49 p.m. Raiders sign former Bills safety Jaquan Johnson to a one-year deal,
  • 1:24 p.m. 49ers sign former Panthers safety Myles Hartsfield to one-year deal,
  • 1:13 p.m. 49ers re-sign tight end Ross Dwelley,
  • 12:35 p.m. Giants sign former Duke cornerback Leonard Johnson to three-year UDFA contract after he recovers from ACL injury that kept him out of 2022 NFL Draft,
  • 11:15 a.m. Browns sign former Falcons cornerback Mike Ford to a one-year deal worth up to $2.3 million,
  • 10:50 a.m. Bills sign former Dolphins wide receiver Trent Sherfield to a one-year deal,
  • 10:44 a.m. Cardinals sign former Eagles wide receiver Zach Pascal to a two-year deal,
  • 9:33 a.m. Bengals re-sign guard Max Scharping,
  • 9:01 a.m. Dolphins exercise quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s fifth-year option,
  • 8:14 a.m. Lions restructure defensive end Romeo Okwara’s contract to create 8.9 million in cap space,
  • 8:05 a.m. Browns re-sign linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk to a one-year deal,
  • 4:56 a.m. Titans sign former Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting to a one-year deal worth up to $5 million,

Sunday, March 19

  • 8:56 p.m. Lions sign former Cowboys long snapper Jake McQuaide to a one-year deal,
  • 8:54 p.m. Falcons sign former Raiders wide receiver Mack Hollins to a one-year, $2.5M deal,
  • 8:25 p.m. Lions sign former Eagles safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson to a one-year contract,
  • 6:16 p.m. Report says Panthers sign former Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen to a three-year contract, later reported to be worth $25 million.
  • 3:24 p.m. Raiders release long snapper Trent Sieg,
  • 11:53 a.m. Ravens re-sign linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips,
  • 8:50 a.m. Cowboys trade 2023 fifth and 2024 sixth-round picks for former Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks. $12 million of Cooks’ $18 million 2023 compensation travels to Dallas,
  • 8:48 a.m. Texans give left tackle Laremy Tunsil a three-year, $75 million contract extension,
  • Saturday, March 18
  • 9:56 p.m. Steelers sign former Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo to a three-year deal,
  • 7:20 p.m. Broncos re-sign cornerback Essang Bassey to a one-year contract,
  • 4:45 p.m. Falcons re-sign cornerback Cornell Armstrong to a one-year contract,
  • 4:44 p.m. Buccaneers re-sign defensive end Pat O’Connor,
  • 4:25 p.m. 49ers sign former Panthers safety Myles Hartsfield,
  • 4:13 p.m. Buccaneers re-sign defensive end Pat O’Connor,
  • 4:13 p.m. Lions re-sign safety C.J. Moore,
  • 3:24 p.m. Raiders re-sign center Hroniss Grasu,
  • 3:05 p.m. Buccaneers sign former Rams defensive tackle Greg Gaines,
  • 3:00 p.m. Falcons re-sign cornerback Cornell Armstrong,
  • 2:39 p.m. 49ers sign former Panthers defensive back Myles Hartsfield,
  • 1:40 p.m. Dolphins sign former Broncos linebacker Malik Reed,
  • 1:34 p.m. Raiders re-sign linebacker Curtis Bolton,
  • 12:34 p.m. Vikings re-sign guard Oli Udoh,
  • 12:02 p.m. Jaguars re-sign defensive end Adam Gotsis to a two-year deal,

Friday, March 17

  • 7:02 p.m. Bengals sign former Rams safety Nick Scott to a three-year, $12 million deal,
  • 6:54 p.m. Saints re-sign linebacker Ty Summers,
  • 6:15 p.m. Raiders sign former Broncos long snapper Jacob Bobenmoyer to a three-year, $3.8 million deal,
  • 6:11 p.m. Packers re-sign safety Rudy Ford to a one-year contract worth up to $2.5 million,
  • 5:47 p.m. Panthers sign former Texans offensive lineman Justin McCray to a one-year contract,
  • 5:18 p.m. Jaguars re-sign cornerback Tre Herndon to a one-year, $2.6 million deal, per contract.
  • 4:13 p.m. Vikings sign former Packers defensive lineman Dean Lowry,
  • 4:11 p.m. Chiefs sign former Buccaneers safety Mike Edwards,
  • 4:03 p.m. Browns sign former 49ers defensive tackle Maurice Hurst,
  • 3:59 p.m. Chargers re-sign punter J.K. Scott,
  • 3:33 p.m. Browns sign former Texans tight end Jordan Akins,
  • 3:23 p.m. Patriots sign former Ravens linebacker (and special-teamer) Chris Board to a two-year deal worth up to $6.7 million,
  • 3:18 p.m. Chiefs sign former Chargers linebacker Drue Tranquill to a one-year deal,
  • 3:10 p.m. Jets sign former Dolphins punter Thomas Morstead,
  • 3:02 p.m. Packers sign former 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore,
  • 2:50 p.m. Dolphins sign former Patriots punter Jake Bailey,
  • 2:36 p.m. Dolphins re-sign wide receiver River Cracraft,
  • 1:46 p.m. Jets sign former Ravens guard Trystan Colon,
  • 1:21 p.m. Chargers re-sign tight end Donald Parham,
  • 12:25 p.m. Seahawks sign former Giants safety Julian Love,
  • 12:08 p.m. Commanders sign former Falcons defensive lineman Abdullah Anderson,
  • 11:02 a.m. Buccaneers release running back Leonard Fournette,
  • 11:03 a.m. Buccaneers release tight end Cameron Brate,
  • 11:00 a.m. Bills release wide receiver (and returner) Isaiah McKenzie,
  • 10:41 a.m. Patriots release defensive back Jalen Mills,
  • 10:30 a.m. Falcons sign former Browns linebacker Tae Davis,
  • 10:26 a.m. Lions re-sign placekicker Mike Badgley,
  • 9:36 a.m. In the wake of Orlando Brown Jr.’s signing, Bengals left tackle Jonah Williams requests a trade,
  • 9:05 a.m. Cowboys re-sign backup quarterback Cooper Rush to a two-year deal worth up to $6 million,
  • 8:39 a.m. Chiefs re-sign reserve offensive lineman Nick Allegretti,
  • 7:18 a.m. Former Titans (and Jaguars) placekicker Josh Lambo announces retirement,
  • 6:43 a.m. Patriots sign former Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki,
  • 6:03 a.m. Patriots re-sign defensive tackle Daniel Ekuale,
  • 5:50 a.m. Raiders re-sign offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor,
  • 3:21 a.m. Seahawks sign former Steelers linebacker Devin Bush,
  • 12:05 a.m. Eagles sign former Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota to a one-year contract worth up to $8 million,

Thursday, March 16

  • 11:12 p.m. Jets re-sign fullback Nick Bawden,
  • 7:50 p.m. Eagles sign former Browns cornerback Greedy Williams,
  • 7:33 p.m. Jets sign former Commanders offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer,
  • 6:56 p.m. Patriots re-sign long snapper Joe Cardona to a four-year contract,
  • 6:29 p.m. Bears signing former Panthers running back D’Onta Foreman to a one year, $3 million contract,
  • 6:21 p.m. Jets re-sign offensive lineman Adam Pankey,
  • 6:19 p.m. Saints sign former Chargers tackle Storm Norton to one-year deal,
  • 5:59 p.m. Seahawks re-sign quarterback Drew Lock to a one-year deal up to $7.5 million,
  • 5:56 p.m. Bears sign former Packers tight end Robert Tonyan to a one-year deal,
  • 5:10 p.m. Broncos re-sign safety P.J. Locke,
  • 4:44 p.m. Colts sign former Eagles quarterback Gardner Minshew to a one-year deal,
  • 4:03 p.m. Patriots release quarterback Brian Hoyer,
  • 4:03 p.m. Bears release quarterback Trevor Siemian,
  • 3:48 p.m. Giants re-sign wide receiver Darius Slayton,
  • 3:38 p.m. Bengals sign former Cardinals guard Cody Ford,
  • 3:38 p.m. Ravens re-sign long snapper Nick Moore,
  • 3:32 p.m. Saints re-sign punter Blake Gillikin,
  • 3:27 p.m. Dolphins re-sign fullback John Lovett,
  • 3:15 p.m. Browns sign former Cardinals defensive lineman Trysten Hill to a one-year deal
  • 2:33 p.m. Titans re-sign wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine,
  • 2:25 p.m. 49ers re-signed outside linebacker Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles,
  • 2:02 p.m. Vikings re-sign offensive lineman Austin Schlottman,
  • 2:02 p.m. Seahawks sign former Lions offensive lineman Evan Brown,
  • 1:53 p.m. Bears sign former Raiders defensive tackle Andrew Billings to a one-year deal,
  • 1:40 p.m. Giants re-sign outside linebacker Jihad Ward to a one-year deal,
  • 1:40 p.m. Lions signing former Broncos guard Graham Glasgow to a one-year deal worth up to $4.5 million,
  • 1:36 p.m. 49ers re-sign defensive tackle T.Y. McGill to a one-year deal,
  • 12:55 p.m. Commanders re-sign defensive tackle Daron Payne to a four-year contract,
  • 12:53 p.m. Dolphins re-sign offensive tackle Geron Christian,
  • 12:50 p.m. Jaguars re-signed cornerback Tevaughn Campbell,
  • 12:49 p.m. Cowboys re-sign special teams ace C.J. Goodwin to a one-year contract,
  • 12:18 p.m. Bengals re-sign punt returner Trent Taylor to a one-year deal,
  • 12:03 p.m. Vikings agree to terms with safety Harrison Smith to keep him on the team,
  • 11:52 a.m. Giants sign former Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell,
  • 11:51 a.m. Former Chargers defensive back Nasir Adderley announces retirement at the age of 25,
  • 11:23 a.m. Dolphins sign former Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios to a one-year deal,
  • 10:17 a.m. Steelers release linebacker Myles Jack,
  • 9:56 a.m. Patriots re-sign linebacker Mack Wilson to a one-year deal worth up to $2.2 million,
  • 9:48 a.m. Steelers sign former Dolphins linebacker Elandon Roberts to a two-year deal,
  • 9:00 a.m. Titans announce release of outside linebacker Bud Dupree,
  • 8:07 a.m. Cardinals released defensive end J.J. Watt with a post-June 1 designation,
  • 8:07 a.m. Cardinals released center Rodney Hudson with post June-1 designation,
  • 7:50 a.m. Dolphins sign former Jets guard Dan Feeney to a one-year deal,
  • 6:05 a.m. Browns sign former 49ers defensive lineman Maurice Hurst to a one-year deal,

Wednesday, March 15

  • 10:12 p.m. Rams re-sign offensive lineman Coleman Shelton to a two-year contract.
  • 9:54 p.m. Dolphins re-sign cornerback Nik Needham to a one-year deal worth just under $2 million,
  • 9:43 p.m. Eagles never officially released cornerback Darius Slay on Wednesday. Per a report, he is “expected to stay with the Eagles. It’s not final, but that’s the way it is looking right now.”
  • 9:31 p.m. Giants sign former Jets wide receiver Jeff Smith,
  • 9:18 p.m. Bengals sign former Chiefs tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to a four-year, $64 million deal,
  • 9:03 p.m. Bears sign former Panthers quarterback P.J. Walker to a two-year deal,
  • 8:23 p.m. Colts re-sign special-teams ace Tony Brown to a one-year deal for $1.2 million,
  • 8:22 p.m. Patriots signing former Jets running back James Robinson to a two-year deal,
  • 7:59 p.m. Vikings re-sign running back Alexander Mattison to a two-year contract worth up to $8 million,
  • 7:57 p.m. Chiefs do bonus conversion on quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ contract to opening $9.6 million in cap space,
  • 7:55 p.m. Jets re-sign defensive lineman Solomon Thomas to one-year contract worth up to $3.9 million,
  • 7:48 p.m. Texans re-sign cornerback Tavierre Thomas to a one-year, $3 million deal,
  • 7:15 p.m. Chargers re-sign defensive lineman Morgan Fox,
  • 6:56 p.m. Giants release wide receiver Kenny Golladay,
  • 6:41 p.m. Panthers sign former Broncos defensive tackle DeShawn Williams,
  • 6:27 p.m. Packers sign former Rams long snapper Matt Orzech to three-year deal,
  • 6:21 p.m. Panthers signing former Eagles running back Miles Sanders,
  • 6:01 p.m. Dolphins release cornerback Byron Jones to get $13.6 million in cap savings on June 2,
  • 6:00 p.m. Ravens announce trading safety Chuck Clark to the Jets.
  • 5:59 p.m. Saints agree to terms with former Lions running back Jamaal Williams,
  • 5:47 p.m. 49ers sign former Falcons cornerback Isaiah Oliver,
  • 5:47 p.m. Bills signing former Texans quarterback Kyle Allen,
  • 5:43 p.m. Browns sign former Chiefs safety Juan Thornhill to a three-year, $21 million contract,
  • 5:13 p.m. Eagles brought back defensive tackle Fletcher Cox,
  • 4:41 p.m. Browns release defensive end Jadeveon Clowney with a post-June 1 designation,
  • 3:34 p.m. Dolphins brought back running back Myles Gaskin,
  • 3:15 p.m. Former Lions defensive back DeShon Elliot is signing with the Dolphins,
  • 3:01 p.m. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett agreed to terms with Eric Bieinemy’s Washington Commanders,
  • 2:55 p.m. Colts reach one-year deal with former Browns defensive tackle Taven Bryan,
  • 2:35 p.m. Texans re-sign safety M.J. Stewart to two-year deal worth up to $7.5 million,
  • 2:20 p.m. Cowboys have indeed released running back Ezekiel Elliot,
  • 2:17 p.m. Ravens offering right-of-first-refusal RFA contract tender to quarterback Tyler Huntley,
  • 2:09 p.m. Texans sign former Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins to a one-year, $10.5 million deal,
  • 1:57 p.m. 49ers will sign former Raiders defensive end Clelin Ferrell,
  • 1:57 p.m. Patriots will sign former Chiefs wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to three-year, $33 million contract,
  • 1:44 p.m. Ravens will not tender RFA safety Geno Stone, who will become a free agent,
  • 1:37 p.m. Ravens re-sign running back Justice Hill to two-year, $4.5 million contract,
  • 1:30 p.m. Chiefs offer ERFA contract tender to quarterback Shane Buechele,
  • 1:26 p.m. Cardinals re-sign linebacker Zeke Turner to a one-year deal,
  • 1:22 p.m. Rams have offer ERFA contract tenders to linebacker Michael Hoecht, cornerback Shaun Jolly and linebacker Christian Rozeboom,
  • 1:19 p.m. Buccaneers re-signing linebacker Lavonte David to a one-year, $7 million deal,
  • 12:21 p.m. Speaking with Pat McAfee, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says that he has “made clear since Friday” that his “intention is to play — and to play for the New York Jets” — per about 100 reports — but that the Packers are now “digging in their heels” about trade compensation from the Jets.
  • 11:51 a.m. Bills safety Jordan Poyer now expected to re-sign in Buffalo,
  • 11:50 a.m. Broncos sign former Texans (and Chiefs) cornerback (and special-teams ace) Tremon Smith to two-year deal worth up to $5.5 million,
  • 10:48 a.m. Buccaneers finalizing a one-year deal for former Rams quarterback Baker Mayfield,
  • 10:19 a.m. Saints signing former Chiefs defensive tackle Khalen Saunders,
  • 9:54 a.m. Saints will sign former Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd,
  • 9:51 a.m. Eagles plan to release cornerback Darius Slay,
  • 9:29 a.m. Buccaneers will re-sign linebacker Anthony Nelson to a two-year deal,
  • 9:04 a.m. Cowboys preparing to release running back Ezekiel Elliott,
  • 8:57 a.m. Bengals will re-sign running back Trayveon Williams,
  • 8:54 a.m. Patriots will re-sign tackle Riley Reiff,
  • 8:51 a.m. Bills to sign former Saints wide receiver Deonte Harty to a two-year contract,
  • 8:43 a.m. Panthers will sign former Bengals tight end Hayden Hurst to a three-year deal,
  • 8:35 a.m. Packers restructure linebacker De’Vondre Campbell’s contract to create $2.7 million in cap space,
  • 8:35 a.m. Lions restructure deal for EDGE Charles Harris to create $2.8 million in cap space,
  • 8:25 a.m. Texans to release guard A.J. Cann,
  • 8:03 a.m. Jets offer second-round RFA contract tender to edge rusher Bryce Huff,
  • 8:01 a.m. Titans offer second-round RFA contract tender to defensive tackle Teair Tart,
  • 7:40 a.m. Steelers sign former Commanders linebacker Cole Holcomb to three-year deal,
  • 7:34 a.m. Seahawks will not tender RFA linebacker Tanner Muse, making him a free agent,
  • 7:29 a.m. Cowboys offer RFA contract tender to offensive lineman Terence Steele,
  • 7:29 a.m. Packers offer second-round RFA contract tender to offensive lineman Yosh Nijman,
  • 7:18 a.m. Colts re-signing wide receiver Ashton Dulin,

Tuesday, March 14

  • 9:27 p.m. Titans signing former Jaguars defensive end Arden Key to three-year, $21 million deal with up to $24 million,
  • 9:04 p.m. Bears signing former Seahawks running back Travis Homer to two-year deal worth up to of $4.5 million,
  • 9:02 p.m. Vikings working to finalize a deal for former Cardinals cornerback Byron Murphy,
  • 8:48 p.m. Broncos signing former Chiefs fullback Mike Burton to a one-year deal,
  • 8:41 p.m. Chiefs signing former 49ers defensive tackle Charles Omenihu to two-year contract worth up to $20 million,
  • 8:31 p.m. Lions will sign former Bears running back David Montgomery to three-year deal worth $18 million,
  • 8:08 p.m. 49ers restructured contract of linebacker Fred Warner, creating $9.5 million in cap space,
  • 7:59 p.m. Titans will sign former 49ers offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill,
  • 7:52 p.m. Bills restructure contract of wide receiver Stefon Diggs, converting base salary to bonus to create $5.4 million in cap space,
  • 7:24 p.m. Cardinals will re-sign guard Will Hernandez,
  • 7:20 p.m. Vikings re-sign placekicker Greg Joseph, per agent.
  • 7:02 p.m. Raiders will re-sign fullback Jakob Johnson on a one-year deal,
  • 7:00 p.m. Colts will sign former 49ers defensive end Samson Ebukam to three-year, $27 million contract,
  • 6:43 p.m. Ravens will re-sign cornerback Trayvon Mullen to a one-year deal,
  • 6:34 p.m. New England will re-sign safety Jabrill Peppers to a two-year deal,
  • 6:32 p.m. Raiders will sign former Steelers linebacker Robert Spillane to two-year deal worth up to $9 million,
  • 6:23 p.m. Falcons re-signing tackle Kaleb McGary to a three-year, $34.5 million deal,
  • 6:27 p.m. Panthers are expected to host former Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen for his first free-agent team visit on Wednesday,
  • 6:15 p.m. Buccaneers re-signing guard Aaron Stinnie to a one-year deal worth up to $2.5 million,
  • 6:01 p.m. Bills plan to offer RFA contract tender to cornerback Dane Jackson,
  • 5:58 p.m. After retiring in the wake of the team’s Super Bowl win, former Chiefs backup quarterback Chad Henne was contacted by a team that made him an offer to return to the league as a backup. Henne declined the offer,
  • 5:54 p.m. Vikings re-sign long snapper Andrew DePaola reached to three-year, $4 million deal,
  • 5:48 p.m. Chargers releasing starting guard Matt Feiler,
  • 5:29 p.m. Seahawks finalizing a deal to bring back former Packers (and Chiefs) defensive tackle Jarran Reed back to their roster on a two-year deal,
  • 5:22 p.m. Cowboys will re-sign linebacker Leighton Vander Esch to a 2-year deal worth $11 million,
  • 4:55 p.m. Panthers will sign quarterback Andy Dalton to a two-year, $10 million deal worth up to $17 million,
  • 4:45 p.m. Colts will release quarterback Matt Ryan,
  • 4:30 p.m. Eagles re-signing cornerback James Bradberry to a three-year deal worth $38 million,
  • 4:19 p.m. Chiefs offer their tight end Jody Fortson an ERFA contract tender,
  • 4:16 p.m. Broncos to sign former Bengals running back Samaje Perine to a two-year deal,
  • 4:10 p.m. Raiders sign former Texans wide receiver Philip Dorsett,
  • 4:06 p.m. Colts trade cornerback Stephon Gilmore to Cowboys for a 2023 fifth-round comp pick,
  • 4:05 p.m. Steelers bring defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi back with a three-year, $28.75 million deal,
  • 4:05 p.m. Eagles re-sign running back RB Boston Scott to one-year deal worth $2 million,
  • 4:04 p.m. Steelers resign defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi to three-year deal,
  • 3:44 p.m. Giants re-sign running back Matt Breida ,
  • 3:32 p.m. Cardinals agree to re-sign placekicker Matt Prater to two-year deal,
  • 3:29 p.m. Commanders announce offering RFA contract tender to running back Jeremy Reaves and releasing running back J.D. McKissic.
  • 3:18 p.m. Jets will sign former Packers wide receiver Allen Lazard to 4-year, $44 million contract,
  • 3:03 p.m. Panthers release guard Pat Elflein, saving $4.8 million in cap space,
  • 3:02 p.m. Texans restructure safety Eric Murray’s contract retain him for 2023,
  • 3:01 p.m. Chargers re-sign right tackle Trey Pipkins to three-year contract,
  • 2:57 p.m. Texans will re-sign edge rusher Derek Rivers to one-year contract,
  • 2:52 p.m. Titans will sign former 49ers linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair,
  • 2:51 p.m. Browns will re-sign linebacker Sione Takitaki to one-year deal worth $2.6 million,
  • 2:47 p.m. Cardinals will sign former Eagles linebacker Kyzir White to sign two-year contract worth up to $11 million,
  • 2:22 p.m. Patriots will sign former Broncos tackle Calvin Anderson to two-year contract,
  • 2:15 p.m. Lions will re-sign defensive lineman John Cominsky to a two-year deal worth up to $9.5 million,
  • 2:12 p.m. Eagles agree to terms with former Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny,
  • 1:54 p.m. Lions signing former 49ers cornerback Emmanuel Moseley to one-year, $6 million contract,
  • 1:25 p.m. Giants finalizing a trade to acquire Raiders tight Darren Waller with third-round pick acquired from Chiefs in trade for Kadarius Toney,
  • 1:24 p.m. Dolphins re-signing running back Jeff Wilson to a two-year deal for as much as $8.2 million,
  • 12:58 p.m. 49ers will re-sign center Jake Brendel to a 4-year contract,
  • 12:56 p.m. Steelers will sign former Jets guard Nate Herbig to a two-year deal worth $8 million,
  • 12:55 p.m. Steelers will re-sign safety Damontae Kazee to two-year deal,
  • 12:52 p.m. Vikings agree to re-sign center Garrett Bradbury,
  • 12:42 p.m. Saints expected to re-sign wide receiver Michael Thomas to an incentive-laden one-year deal,
  • 11:39 a.m. Vikings doing a cap conversion on quarterback Kirk Cousins’ contract to create more salary-cap room,
  • 11:26 a.m. Patriots extend right-of-first-refusal RFA contract tender to defensive back Myles Bryant,
  • 11:21 a.m. Jaguars re-sign safety Andrew Wingard to a three-year contract,
  • 11:21 a.m. Raiders will re-sign tackle Brandon Parker to a one-year deal s worth up to $4 million,
  • 11:16 a.m. Panthers will not extend RFA contract tender to defensive back Myles Hartsfield, making him a free agent,
  • 10:59 a.m. Texans will sign former Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown to a one-year deal,
  • 10:49 a.m. Seahawks to release defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson,
  • 10:45 a.m. Jets to re-sign placekicker Greg Zuerlein to 1-year deal worth up to $3.4 million,
  • 10:35 a.m. Following trade for Shaq Mason, Texans are releasing starting right guard A.J. Caan,
  • 10:08 a.m. Dolphins re-signing running back Raheem Mostert to two-year, $5.6 million contract,
  • 10:02 a.m. Jets (and two other teams) are negotiating with former Packers wide receiver Allen Lazard,
  • 9:54 a.m. Jets will not tender RFA wide receiver Jeff Smith, making him a free agent —
  • 9:32 a.m. Commanders will sign former Seahawks linebacker Cody Barton to a one-year deal worth at least $3.5 million,
  • 9:24 a.m. Cowboys will re-sign safety Donovan Wilson to a three-year deal worth up to $24 million,
  • 8:56 a.m. The Raiders are signing former Patriots wide receiver Jakobi Meyers to a three-year deal worth $33M,
  • 8:46 a.m. Eagles and center Jason Kelce agree on one-year, $14.3 million contract,
  • 8:45 a.m. Buccaneers are trading guard Shaq Mason to the Texans,
  • 8:09 a.m. Chargers are signing former Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks to two-year contract worth $13.25M,
  • 7:55 a.m. Vikings expected to re-sign backup quarterback Nick Mullens,
  • 7:12 a.m. Falcons are signing former Commanders quarterback Taylor Heinicke,

Monday, March 13

  • 10:39 p.m. Colts signing former Rams placekicker Matt Gay to a four-year, $22.5 million deal,
  • 10:33 p.m. Cardinals tackle Kelvin Beachum will return on a two-year, $5.1 million deal,
  • 10:32 p.m. Chiefs re-signing defensive lineman Tershawn Wharton to a one-year, $2 million deal,
  • 10:10 p.m. Browns signing former Vikings defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson to a four-year deal,
  • 9:18 p.m. Saints and quarterback Jameis Winston agree on amended one-year deal worth up to $8 million to remain in New Orleans,
  • 8:56 p.m. Bears signing former Titans defensive end DeMarcus Walker to a three-year deal,
  • 8:25 p.m. Seahawks signing former Broncos defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones,
  • 8:20 p.m. Vikings have signed former Saints pass rusher Marcus Davenport,
  • 8:18 p.m. Falcons signing former Saints linebacker Kaden Elliss,
  • 8:08 p.m. The Bills freed up $32 million in cap space by restructuring the contracts of quarterback Josh Allen and pass rusher Von Miller,
  • 8:03 p.m. Former 49ers defensive back Jimmie Ward is joining the Texans,
  • 8:00 p.m. Quarterback Jameis Winston is returning to the Saints on a one-year, $8 million contract, per reports.
  • 7:48 p.m. Broncos signing former Cardinals defensive end Zach Allen to a three-year deal,
  • 7:41 p.m. Chargers signing former Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks, per his Instagram.
  • 6:25 p.m. Dolphins will bring back linebacker Duke Riley,
  • 6:23 p.m. Panthers will re-sign center Bradley Bozeman,
  • 6:05 p.m. Broncos bring back linebacker Alex Singleton,
  • 5:54 p.m. Giants will sign former Colts linebacker Bobby Okereke,
  • 5:37 p.m. Dolphins signing former Titans linebacker David Long Jr. to a two-year deal, per a report.
  • 5:13 p.m. Broncos will sign former Jaguars tight end Chris Manhertz,
  • 5:01 p.m. Raiders are signing former Eagles safety Marcus Epps,
  • 4:46 p.m. Titans agree to terms with former Eagles tackle Andre Dillard,
  • 4:26 p.m. Commanders sign former Seahawks linebacker Cody Barton to a one-year contract,
  • 4:12 p.m. 49ers make a one-year deal with former Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold,
  • 4:01 p.m. Cornerback Jamel Dean re-signs with Buccaneers,
  • 3:45 p.m. Steelers make a two-year deal with former Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson,
  • 3:45 p.m. Former Texans defensive end Obo Okoronkwo signs three-year deal with Browns worth at least $19 million,
  • 3:44 p.m. Giants sign former Buccaneers (and Chiefs) defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches,
  • 3:34 p.m. Lions linebacker Alex Anzalone re-signed to three-year deal worth $18.8 million,
  • 3:34 p.m. Former Bengals safety Jessie Bates signs four-year, $64 million contract with Falcons,
  • 2:59 p.m. Former Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds signs four-year with Bears,
  • 2:54 p.m. Bears sign former Titans guard Nate Davis to three-year contract,
  • 2:50 p.m. Texans sign former Bills quarterback Case Keenum to a 2-year, $6.3 million deal,
  • 2:40 p.m. Browns center Ethan Pocic re-signs in Cleveland with a three-year deal with at least $18 million,
  • 2:30 p.m. Former 49ers defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway signs a one-year, $4 million with Texans,
  • 2:27 p.m. Former Bengals safety Vonn Bell signs with the Panthers,
  • 1:58 p.m. Vikings sign former Ravens tight end Josh Oliver to a three-year, $21 million deal,
  • 1:52 p.m. Bengals re-sign linebacker Germaine Pratt to a three-year, $21 million deal,
  • 1:31 p.m. Dolphins agree to terms with former Jets quarterback Mike White on a 2-year deal,
  • 1:30 p.m. Texans re-sign defensive end Chase Winovich to a one-year deal worth up to $2.75 million,
  • 1:20 p.m. Texans sign former Broncos running back Mike Boone to two-year deal,
  • 1:12 p.m. Former Jaguars’ tackle Jawaan Taylor signs four-year, $80 million deal with Chiefs,
  • 12:55 p.m. Former Chiefs offensive lineman (and 2022 starting right tackle) Andrew Wylie signing three-year, $24 million deal with Commanders,
  • 12:48 p.m. Raiders signing former 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo,
  • 12:48 p.m. 49ers re-signing defensive tackle Kevin Givens to one-year deal worth $2.1 million,
  • 12:36 p.m. Former Saints defensive tackle Shy Tuttle signs three-year, $19.5 million deal with Panthers,
  • 12:30 p.m. Lions signing former Steelers cornerback Cam Sutton to a three-year deal worth $33 million,
  • 12:30 p.m. Falcons agree to terms with punter Bradley Pinion on a three-year, $8.7 million deal to remain in Atlanta,
  • 12:28 p.m. Former Giants offensive lineman Nick Gates signing with Commanders,
  • 12:25 p.m. Titans sign long-snapper Morgan Cox to one-year deal,
  • 12:20 p.m. Former 49ers tackle Mike McGlinchey expected to sign with Broncos,
  • 12:18 p.m. Former Eagles defensive tackle Javon Hargrave signs four-year, $80 million deal with 49ers,
  • 12:17 p.m. Giants re-sign wide receiver Sterling Shepard to one-year contract,
  • 12:17 p.m. Patriots re-signed linebacker Raekwon McMillan to one-year deal worth up to $2.2 million,
  • 12:14 p.m. Cornerback Danny Johnson agrees to two-year deal to stay with Commanders,
  • 12:07 p.m. Former Raiders quarterback Jarrett Stidham signing two-year, $10 million deal with Broncos,
  • 12:01 p.m. Buccaneers pursuing Rams quarterback Baker Mayfield, but other also expressing interest,
  • 11:56 a.m. Falcons agree to terms with Saints defensive tackle David Onyemata,
  • 11:55 a.m. Packers sign returner Keisean Nixon to one-year deal worth up to $6 million, per report.
  • 11:55 a.m. Broncos fullback/tight end Andrew Beck plans to sign with Texans,
  • 11:47 a.m. Broncos having talks about trading one of Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy or K.J. Hamler for a high asking price
  • 11:39 a.m. Broncos are signing former Ravens left guard Ben Powers to a four-year contract,
  • 11:37 a.m. Eagles center Jason Kelce announces he will return in 2023.
  • 11:35 a.m. Ravens are releasing defensive end Calais Campbell, the team announced.
  • 11:25 a.m. Buccaneers exploring trade possibilities for guard Shaq Mason, who could become a cap casualty,
  • 11:21 a.m. Bears are talking with tackle Mike McGlinchey,
  • 11:15 a.m. Bears are signing former Eagles linebacker T.J. Edwards to a three-year
  • 11:14 a.m. Chargers running back Austin Ekeler requesting permission to seek a trade following failure of contract extension talks,
  • 11:13 a.m. Falcons re-sign veteran fullback Keith Smith to a one-year deal,
  • 11:12 a.m. Patriots expected to re-sign standout cornerback Jonathan Jones to two-year deal, per source.
  • 10:56 a.m. Falcons announce five-year, $105 million extension for guard Chris Lindstrom,
  • 10:49 a.m. Saints pick up $10 million in cap space by re-working Cam Jordan’s contract,
  • 10:16 a.m. Patriots trading tight end Jonnu Smith to Falcons,
  • 10:01 a.m. Lions re-sign running back Craig Reynolds,
  • 10:01 a.m. The Bengals re-sign veteran safety Michael Thomas to a one-year deal,
  • 9:56 a.m. Vikings and veteran linebacker Jordan Hicks agree to contract restructure to keep him with the team,
  • 9:35 a.m. Bills linebacker Tyler Matakevich has agrees to terms on two-year deal to stay in Buffalo,
  • 9:32 a.m. Bills agree to terms with punter Sam Martin on three-year deal worth up to $7.5 million,
  • 9:15 a.m. Lions are re-signing defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs to a two-year deal worth up to $6 million,
  • 8:32 a.m. Chargers agree to terms with backup quarterback Easton Stick,
  • 8:03 a.m. Browns restructure quarterback Deshaun Watson’s contract, clearing $36 million in cap space,
  • 5:31 a.m. Giants sign punter Jamie Gillan on a two-year, $4 million deal
Allegiant Stadium to Host Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester United in Historic Super Bowl Venue

Allegiant Stadium to Host Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester United in Historic Super Bowl Venue-2024


Allegiant Stadium to Host Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester United in Historic Super Bowl Venue-2024. Manchester United will play in Las Vegas for the primary time this summer, after a pleasant with Borussia Dortmund turned into confirmed.
The fixture on July 30 will take area on the Allegiant Stadium and be the very last in shape at the club`s pre-season excursion of the United States. United face Wrexham on July 25 in Las Vegas and are predicted to announce in addition suits Stateside withinside the coming weeks.
The sport towards Dortmund might be the primary assembly for the reason that 2016 version of the International Champions Cup, whilst the German giants gained 4-1 towards Jose Mourinho’s facet in China. This yr the venue might be Allegiant Stadium in Vegas. Here’s all you want to know.

What’s the Allegiant Stadium like?

Allegiant Stadium is a state-of-the-art stadium located in Paradise, Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas. It is the home stadium of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels football team.

The stadium opened in 2020 and features a unique design with a sleek black exterior and a translucent roof that can be opened or closed. The stadium has a seating capacity of 65,000, which can be expanded to 72,000 for major events. The seating is arranged in three tiers, providing excellent sightlines from every seat.

The stadium also boasts some impressive features, such as a 120-yard-long video screen that runs along the length of the field and a retractable field tray that can be moved outside for events such as concerts or other non-sporting events. There are also a variety of premium seating options, including luxury suites and club seats, as well as several bars and restaurants throughout the stadium.

Overall, Allegiant Stadium is a modern, cutting-edge stadium that provides an excellent experience for fans attending sporting events and other entertainment events.

Who usually plays there?

Allegiant Stadium is primarily home to the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). The Raiders moved to Las Vegas from Oakland, California, and played their first season in the new stadium in 2020.

In addition to the Raiders, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels football team also plays their home games at Allegiant Stadium. The stadium also hosts a variety of other sporting events, such as the Pac-12 Championship Game, and is expected to be a venue for major sporting events in the future, including the Super Bowl and the NCAA Final Four.

Allegiant Stadium also hosts a range of non-sporting events, such as concerts, festivals, and other entertainment events. Some notable musical acts that have performed at the stadium include Garth Brooks, Guns N’ Roses, and Kenny Chesney.

What is the capacity?

The seating capacity of Allegiant Stadium is 65,000 for most events, which can be expanded to 72,000 for larger events such as the Super Bowl or other major sporting events. In addition to the standard seating, there are also a variety of premium seating options, including luxury suites and club seats, which provide an elevated experience for fans attending events at the stadium.

What other games have taken place there?

Allegiant Stadium is a relatively new venue that opened in 2020, but it has already hosted a variety of sporting events in addition to Las Vegas Raiders and UNLV Rebels football games. Some of the notable events that have taken place at Allegiant Stadium include:

  • Pac-12 Championship Game (December 2020)
  • Las Vegas Bowl (December 2020)
  • CONCACAF Gold Cup Final (August 2021)
  • UFC 264 (July 2021)
  • WWE SummerSlam (August 2021)
  • Vegas Kickoff Classic college football games (September 2021)

In addition to these events, Allegiant Stadium is expected to host a variety of major sporting events in the future, including the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four, and the College Football Playoff National Championship. It is also likely to continue hosting a range of non-sporting events such as concerts, festivals, and other entertainment events.

Georgia DT Jalen Carter visiting Bears; won't visit teams without top-10 draft pick

Georgia DT Jalen Carter visiting Bears; won’t visit teams without top-10 draft pick


Georgia protecting address Jalen Carter, one of the maximum gifted potentialities withinside the 2023 NFL Draft, is best taking visits to groups keeping one of the draft`s pinnacle 10 selections, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport mentioned Monday, mentioning Carter’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.

Carter, 21, is traveling the Chicago Bears on Monday, Rapoport mentioned, according to a source. The Bears formerly owned the No. 1 universal choose earlier than buying and selling it in a whopper of a deal to the Carolina Panthers, sliding right all the way down to the 9th choice withinside the process.

Georgia DT Jalen Carter visiting Bears; won’t visit teams without top-10 draft pick

The Eagles, who maintain Picks 10 (through the Saints) and 30 in Round 1, have formerly met with Carter, according to Rapoport.

Rosenhaus has declined go to requests from groups selecting outdoor the pinnacle 10, in line with Rapoport, however he is open to arranging a pre-draft go to for Carter to a group that trades into the pinnacle 10 previous to the draft.

Rosenhaus is confident, primarily based totally on facts he is gathered, that Carter might be a pinnacle-10 choose while it is all stated and done, according to Rapoport. NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah ranks Carter because the No. five universal prospect in his maximum latest rating of the pinnacle 50 draft potentialities. As Jeremiah mentions in his rankings, any group inquisitive about deciding on Carter will want to do its due diligence in analyzing off-discipline issues after Carter’s arrest remaining month.

Carter left the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine after arrest warrants have been issued for him in Athens, Georgia, for racing and reckless riding prices stemming from an research right into a deadly Jan. 15 automobile crash. He turned into booked on the 2 misdemeanors and launched from custody on March 1 earlier than returning to the combine, despite the fact that Carter did now no longer take part in on-area sports in Indianapolis.

At Georgia`s seasoned day weeks later, Carter reportedly weighed in at 323 kilos — 9 kilos heavier than he weighed on the combine — and struggled throughout his workout. One day after the seasoned day, Carter entered no contest pleas to misdemeanor prices of reckless riding and racing and turned into sentenced to serve 365 days of probation, pay a $1,000 fine, carry out eighty hours of network carrier and whole a state-authorised protecting riding course.

What We Learned from Pro Days of Florida, TCU, and Tennessee for the 2023 NFL Draft

What We Learned from Pro Days of Florida, TCU, and Tennessee for the 2023 NFL Draft

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Representatives from NFL groups attended the Florida seasoned day on Thursday, in which quarterback prospect Anthony Richardson crammed the skies with deep and intermediate passes that verified the prospect`s fantastic arm electricity and athleticism. Richardson, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah’s No. 10 general prospect withinside the 2023 NFL Draft, become the headliner, however it wasn’t the best occasion that had groups’ attention. Evaluators traveled to peer capability first-spherical possibilities at Tennessee and TCU seasoned days, as well.

Here are 5 takeaways from the day’s activities.

Anthony Richardson places on every other aerial display. Four weeks ago, Richardson placed on a exhibit overall performance on the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine, leaving Indianapolis because the buzziest quarterback on this year’s draft. On Thursday, Richardson had the QB level all to himself on the Gators’ seasoned day.

Richardson’s throwing overall performance become plenty of what humans expected — first-rate arm expertise flashing from a bodily blessed human being — however additionally some surprises.

What We Learned from Pro Days of Florida, TCU, and Tennessee for the 2023 NFL Draft

First, the tempo and experience become very comfortable to begin. (Richardson even warmed up in his socks earlier than starting.) His early throws have been loosy-goosy, and it best picked up depth in the direction of the cease of the session. Richardson confirmed off his arm electricity with the aid of using rocketing a ball off the roof of the Condron Family Indoor Practice Facility, which reputedly is the brand new issue now after Alabama‘s Bryce Young and Kentucky’s Will Levis did in addition at their seasoned days ultimate week.

Richardson’s very last toss become what all and sundry desired to peer: a almost 70-backyard throw throughout his body — and throughout the field — on the right track to wideout Justin Shorter. Then Richardson, positioned a cherry on pinnacle with this laughably athletic display, a roundoff lower back tuck (or so I am told):

“I honestly had fun,” Richardson stated. “Anytime there`s a soccer in my hands, it is fun.”

No surprise: Richardson’s throwing script blanketed greater vertical pictures than the ones of the previous QB seasoned days, even greater so than Levis, who possesses similar arm strength.

The ease with which Richardson can release balls downfield absolutely stands out. As Jeremiah stated in the course of the NFL+ broadcast, “It does appear to be he is throwing a Nerf ball out there.”

To Richardson, this turned into all-herbal stuff he turned into showcasing.

“Honestly, the off-platform stuff, I do not actually paintings on that,” he stated. “I do it occasionally in the course of schooling and my running shoes are like, ‘Whoa — do this again. What turned into that?’ I’m like, ‘That feels normal.’ I used to do it withinside the outdoor with my friends, spinning round and tossing the ball up withinside the air.

“So I’m simply looking to put into effect that a bit bit in my seasoned day, and simply show off my arm talent. That turned into the primary focus.”

But NFL Network‘s Steve Smith additionally stated that on Richardson’s shorter routes that he tended to throw a few too difficult and on a line.

“All those fireballs he is throwing from 5 yards away? He desires to reveal a few touch,” Smith stated on Thursday’s NFL+ stay stream.

All of Richardson’s abilties have been on show in Gainesville. His throwing mechanics — particularly with the decrease 1/2 of of his body — have been in most cases advanced from what he placed on tape in thirteen university starts. But we additionally do not have too many greater solutions approximately a number of his developmental shortcomings and what which means for his NFL forecast. Richardson appears to apprehend this.

“At instances I turned into very inconsistent for the duration of the season, so I’m simply looking to placed that at the back of me and live regular due to the fact I recognise inconsistency isn’t always going to paintings at the subsequent level,” he stated.

Which crew will pounce on Richardson? Now all 4 of the predicted Round 1 quarterbacks have finished their seasoned days. The Carolina Panthers technically must have the majority of statistics they`ll want to decide on which quarterback they will choose with the primary typical pick — or whether or not they will grow to be maintaining it.

But assuming the Panthers live at No. 1, the choice may basically boil right all the way down to them choosing a extra ready-made expertise (C.J. Stroud or Young) as opposed to the higher-upside, extra tantalizing alternative in the back of Door No. 2 (Richardson or Levis). Which begs the question: Can the Panthers probable take that huge a hazard on a extra unrefined expertise who has a danger to be great? And: What flaws can they stay with?

“One of the matters with Anthony Richardson is the athleticism, is the what-if,” Smith stated on NFL+ as Richardson threw. “No one desires to be called the fellow who surpassed on Tesla or Amazon (stock).”

Richardson believes he can paintings via his troubles to attain his height eventually. His inconsistent tape and a 53% university crowning glory fee are huge hang-ups now.

“I placed a whole lot of strain on myself due to the fact I need to be super — I need to be the nice withinside the world,” Richardson stated. “I realize I will in no way be perfect, however I attempt to paintings toward perfection. And if I`m now no longer running toward that, I get in my head a bit bit.

“Well, I used to. But then I began out to recognize I can not manipulate everything. I can handiest attention on my task and attention on what I’m capable of do. So simply running on that and placing that at the back of me has permit me end up a higher participant.”

But Smith and Jeremiah each stated they could not pull the cause on Richardson at one. If Carolina does byskip on Richardson, possibly the Raiders — who select out at No. 7 overall — are the following crew to watch. NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero suggested Thursday morning that Las Vegas met with Richardson for dinner on Wednesday and has achieved great paintings at the complete quarterback group, even after signing Jimmy Garoppolo, probably given the veteran’s age and harm history.

Every crew running on Richardson and the quarterbacks will make certain to speak to as many teammates and body of workers participants as they could to get a higher photograph of the prospect. If the Raiders spoke with Florida protect O`Cyrus Torrence, they probably heard a sparkling assessment of his quarterback from final season. Torrence spoke with Pelissero and extolled the virtues of Richardson as a participant and as a man.

Torrence offers his pitch on why he`s the draft’s pleasant indoors lineman. A less-mentioned Gators prospect, Torrence ought to be a part of RIchardson in Round 1 come April. The Florida guard, an All-American for the Gators final season, has been at the upward thrust considering that shifting from Louisiana final yr as a mauling, hulking indoors blocker. (In a pleasing touch, Torrence even gave a nod to his former college through carrying one cleat with every of his colleges’ colors.)

According to Pelissero, Torrence had dinner with the Titans on Wednesday night time and conferences round seasoned day this week with the Rams, Falcons and Saints.

The 6-foot-5, 336-pound Torrence isn’t regarded for his athleticism, delivering so-so checking out numbers on the integrate and reportedly jogging a 8.13-2d three-cone drill, which could positioned him withinside the backside twentieth percentile for that workout. But following a robust season withinside the SEC and a first-class overall performance on the Senior Bowl, Torrence figures to be a pinnacle-50 choice at worst.

Torrence, however, bought himself as one of the excellent gamers at his function on this draft class. As for why he ought to be the pinnacle lineman drafted, he advised Pelissero: “Because I`m the maximum dominant indoors offensive lineman withinside the draft, and I sense like every group that receives me gets a Day 1 starter and a person who is prepared to play. Somebody who’s going to take it like a seasoned and provide all of it you got.”

Hendon Hooker updates popularity of knee injury; exceptionally offers a small pattern of throws. Yes, the Tennessee QB prospect “threw” the soccer on the Volunteers` seasoned day. But it wasn’t the sort of throwing so one can extrade NFL scouts’ minds.

Hooker, who suffered a torn ACL in his left knee returned closing Nov. 20, turned into handy for Thursday’s audition for scouts and helped heat up the Vols’ receivers with some mild tosses to begin the day, carrying a protracted sleeve on his left leg. This turned into now no longer something near a scripted display, however being that it turned into approximately 4 months eliminated from surgery, it turned into an amazing signal that Hooker is properly on his manner to recovery.

“It felt good,” Hooker instructed NFL Network’s Omar Ruiz on NFL NOW. “These beyond weeks of throwing and getting returned into my movement feels excellent. I simply desired to pop out right here and get free a bit bit with my guys.”

Hooker discovered that on Monday he met together along with his surgeon, Dr. Neil ElAttrache, who gave him a effective replace at the fitness of the knee, and that Hooker’s plan stays being prepared for the begin of education camp.

“Still in advance of schedule,” Hooker stated. “We will keep to take it day with the aid of using day.”

There has been a few first-spherical buzz on Hooker, even though that is probably a piece wealthy for a 25-year-antique passer with an damage concern. Still, there`s heavy hobby from across the NFL, and a Day 2 touchdown spot would not be stunning in any respect for groups that could view him as extra of a 2024 beginning option.

Asked if he thinks he can compete for a beginning task as a rookie, Hooker stated his first goal is ensuring his knee is 100%.

“I’m simply looking to get as wholesome as possible,” Hooker stated. “That’ll assist me longevity-wise. I simply need to return back in, be a sponge and research as an awful lot as I can from all people withinside the building.”

TCU QB-WR tandem provide combined results. Wideout Quentin Johnston ran forty-backyard dashes on the Horned Frogs` seasoned day Thursday, clocking unofficial instances of 4.forty nine and 4.fifty one seconds, in keeping with NFL Network’s Jane Slater.

The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Johnston opted to pass the forty on the NFL Scouting Combine, acting the excessive and wide jumps there, in addition to receiver drills. Johnston’s velocity have been offered as one in every of his strengths, so it changed into crucial NFL scouts obtained a few robust readability on that range on the seasoned day.

However, it changed into now no longer a super day for Johnston, a probable first-spherical select out and Jeremiah’s No. 29 universal prospect. After a strong begin catching the ball for the duration of QB Max Duggan’s throwing session, Johnston had some overdue stumbles.

Following the red-region period, Duggan wrapped up his script with a few vertical routes — his uniqueness as a passer in college. Most of Duggan`s throws have been stable throughout this part of the workout, despite the fact that his receivers allow him down.

Johnston dropped deep passes, inclusive of what became alleged to be the very last throw of the script, slapping a blocking off pad out of frustration after the second one one. Duggan certainly tacked on 4 extra throws to his deliberate script on the inspiration of his non-public QB educate, Jordan Palmer, now no longer trying to quit their day on again-to-again drops.

The 6-1, 207-pound Duggan is taken into consideration a likely Day three pick. His experience, leadership, athleticism and deep-ball contact all are plusses, despite the fact that his accuracy will harm him on draft weekend. Two off-goal throws Duggan made on shorter routes required Johnston to attain out of his body to catch.

All in all, it became a effective day for the TCU tandem. But additionally they each left a few meat at the pro-day bone, in an effort to speak. Among the ones accessible to look at have been Giants head educate Brian Daboll and popular supervisor Joe Schoen, Patriots head educate Bill Belichick and Texans GM Nick Caserio.

“He’s a super participant,” Torrence stated. “He made my time right here even greater fun than what I had at the beginning concept due to him being my quarterback. Like, understanding he is withinside the backfield something loopy would possibly happen. Like he would possibly see a hollow and take it 50 yards. It came about some times. Him being my quarterback made my task a bit bit easier, honestly. …

“Him as person, the manner he procedures everything, his leadership, the manner the machine modified whilst the brand new training body of workers got here in … however he became one of the ones that did not complain. He did not query something. He simply commonplace the procedure and took the lead and led the crew.”

Keanu Neal, former Pro Bowl safety, signs a two-year deal with the Steelers

Keanu Neal, former Pro Bowl safety, signs a two-year deal with the Steelers

Keanu Neal

The Pittsburgh Steelers sign Keanu Neal, a veteran safety, to a two-year deal, according to Neal’s agent David Canter’s announcement on Twitter. Neal was a former first-round pick of the Atlanta Falcons in 2016, contributing significantly to the Falcons’ Super Bowl LI run in his rookie season. He earned a Pro Bowl selection in his second season, establishing himself as a playmaking safety in Dan Quinn’s defense. Neal’s career, however, has been hindered by several injuries in the subsequent seasons, but he managed to play 14 games for the Falcons in 2020 before leaving for Dallas in 2021. Neal joined the Buccaneers in the last season, playing in 17 games with eight starts.

Keanu Neal, former Pro Bowl safety, signs a two-year deal with the Steelers

Despite being seen as a promising young star earlier in his career, Neal’s standing has waned in recent years. He will now have the opportunity to prove himself in Pittsburgh, as the Steelers bid farewell to Terrell Edmunds, a former first-rounder who signed with the Eagles, this offseason. The Steelers’ safety group includes Damontae Kazee, Neal’s former teammate in Atlanta, who is expected to start at strong safety, and free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick.

Neal will need to compete for playing time in the Steelers’ defense, which was renowned for its opportunism in 2022. However, his addition will provide depth to the team’s defense, and he hopes to make an impact in his eighth season in the league.

In treatment of NFL Network Reporter Jim Trotter,the NFL again fails on issues of race

In treatment of NFL Network Reporter Jim Trotter,the NFL again fails on issues of race


Less than months ago, NFL Network reporter Jim Trotter pressed commissioner Roger Goodell for solutions approximately the absence of Black senior managers withinside the NFL Media newsroom and at the information desk.

Goodell listened after which gave Trotter a, well, much less than great solution.

“I`m now no longer in fee of the newsroom,” Goodell stated. “As you factor out, that is the identical query you requested final year.” Goodell went on to mention that the league had long past again because Trotter had requested the query and reviewed a lot of its policies. Goodell stated he become cushty with the development the NFL has made.

Goodell emphasised he would not manipulate the newsroom however that solution become disingenuous due to the fact he is the commissioner. He controls nearly everything. All he has to do is make a telecellsmartphone name and matters can change. But the truth the newsroom has been static in step with what Trotter become pronouncing is extraordinarily telling. Trotter tweeted this week that his agreement become now no longer renewed. In effect, the community is letting him cross. It’s feasible there are mass layoffs on the community we do not know approximately, and Trotter probably is not the simplest one being permit cross.

This might also additionally appear like interior stuff however in actuality, it is an ideal example of ways poorly the NFL frequently handles troubles of race. Particularly in terms of Black humans. Letting cross the reporter who introduced interest to the league’s failings on race, now no longer lengthy after he wondered the commissioner approximately the league’s failings on race, specially on the NFL Network, which allows form how gamers are considered with the aid of using the overall public, is top NFL on race. “NFL Media instructed The (NY) Post that fifty eight percentage of full-time personnel employed in 2022 had been humans of shadeation, and that the three maximum current NFL Media senior hires are POC,” Trotter tweeted. “My ? How many Black senior managers are withinside the NEWSROOM (0) & what number of full-time Blacks are at the information desk (0)?”

It’s now no longer that Black humans are the simplest humans of shadeation who matter. Of route it truly is now no longer it. It’s what Trotter explains here. “Please dont fall for the banana withinside the tailpipe,” Trotter stated. “In a league that asserts its participant populace is 60-70% Black, those guys should have a person w/comparable cultural and lifestyles stories on the desk whilst selections are being made approximately how they’ll be covered. Seems appropriate.” On Tuesday, Trotter seemed on Peacocks “Brother From Another,” and Trotter gave us a rare, unfiltered appearance at the back of the NFL curtain. Trotter said outright he believes his leaving the community is due to his public thinking of Goodell. Trotter’s feedback under are prolonged however I accept as true with vital sufficient to run of their entirety. “I may have lots to mention approximately it at the right time, which isn’t always now,” Trotter instructed Michael Holley. “What I will say now’s that journalism matters, and protecting folks who are in energy responsible matters. And thats a part of our job, irrespective of whether or not its our personal corporation or a person else.

In treatment of NFL Network Reporter Jim Trotter,the NFL again fails on issues of race

“One of the matters the NFL constantly stated internally turned into, Hold us responsible. Hold us responsible because it pertains to diversity, equity, and inclusion. And so for the closing couple of years, thats what Ive been looking to do, mentioning that during our newsroom, in which we cowl a participant populace this is more or less sixty to seventy percentage Black in line with league data, there’s no Black individual in senior control in our newsroom who has a seat on the desk while we’re figuring out how we’re going to cowl those gamers and who’s going to cowl them. “Secondarily, we do now no longer have a full-time Black individual at the information table at NFL Media. And I hold saying we due to the fact formally Im now no longer terminated till Friday. To me, the ones are issues. Because, one, I suppose its unfair to the gamers. They need to have a person who stocks both the identical or comparable existence studies and cultural studies on the desk while we communicate approximately how we’re going to cowl them. And the truth that we don`t, to me, is an issue.

“So I actually have raised that again and again during the last years, such as on the closing Super Bowls with the Commissioner. And there are a few who didnt like it. And I do consider it performed a function in my settlement now no longer being renewed, and I will communicate approximately that extra later. But so be it, you realize? Im now no longer going to alternate. And Im constantly going to combat for representation, and Im constantly going to combat for the truth.”

It`s proper that there are few organizations that permit human beings to publicly criticize their bosses. It’s additionally proper that Trotter is not entitled to an entire life position. No one is. But why did not the league act on what Trotter turned into saying? Which turned into legitimate. Why is Trotter the only who has to deliver up this topic? Why has the network, which once more is sort of a reflect at the league, been cussed in now no longer looking to restore the difficulty?

The NFL may want to have without problems stated: You realize what? Trotter is right. Let’s alternate this. Instead, seemingly for 2 years, they did not cope with the worries Trotter raised. It moves me as simply natural conceitedness at the league’s part.

I desire the league is not the use of Trotter as a cautionary tale. Speak up and you are gone. If you suspect one of these belief is crazy, see: Kaepernick, Colin. The backlash the league has confronted is as a whole lot approximately the difficulty as it’s far the way it dealt with Trotter. He’s now no longer simply immensely respected, he is visible as brave, a person who attempted his excellent to alternate the league from the inside. Trotter turned into constantly captivated with the difficulty, however additionally respectful.

Trotter has constantly been exemplary.

The NFL may want to study a few matters from him.

Josh McDaniels-Drafting a QB is Not Off the Table

Josh McDaniels-Drafting a QB is Not Off the Table

Josh McDaniels Drafting a QB is Not Off the Table

The Las Vegas Raiders and Houston Texans are currently tied for the most picks (12) in the upcoming NFL Draft. While the Raiders have recently acquired Jimmy Garoppolo as their franchise quarterback, they remain open to selecting a quarterback with their draft picks.

Raiders Coach Josh McDaniels stated that they are focused on drafting the best player available at the time and are open to any position. The team has been doing their due diligence on every spot in the draft and is hoping to take full advantage of their high picks in every round.

Josh McDaniels-Drafting a QB is Not Off the Table

The Raiders have not selected a quarterback since 2016 and have a pick in every round of the 2023 NFL Draft, starting with the seventh overall pick. The draft will take place from April 27-29 at Union Station in Kansas City, MO, and the free-agent market for the 2023 NFL Year began on March 15.

In addition to their draft picks, the Raiders are also expected to be active in the free-agent market this offseason.

Odell Beckham Jr. in talks with numerous teams after live workouts

Odell Beckham Jr. in talks with numerous teams after live workouts

Odell Beckham

To move a step further, Beckham Jr. stated he may want to display them higher than tell, retaining a stay exercising Friday. The end result become reassets announcing he seemed good, peaking the hobbies of these withinside the market.
How tons interest? According to NFL Networks Tom Pelissero, the talks will attain fever pitch while its time.

Per Pelissero (through Twitter): “Several groups at the moment are in talks with loose-agent WR Odell Beckham Jr., who generated a buzz together along with his exercising in the front of scouts and coaches Friday in Arizona. Sources say there were no negotiations but and OBJ has made no economic demands. Expect matters to ramp up soon.”

Odell Beckham Jr. in talks with numerous teams after live workouts

Beckham Jr. hasn`t performed considering injuring his knee in Super Bowl fifty six as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. Before taking place with the injury, he become a valued addition for the Rams, who had been looking for a complimentary receiver along Cooper Kupp.
During the 2022 season, Beckham Jr. made visits to three squads who had been seeking out assist in a capability playoff push. The Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills had been many of the groups who talked to the loose agent, however conversations led to not anything getting finalized.
It seems Beckham Jr. isn’t always missing for suitors, so the probabilities are a address a person could be introduced soon.