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AFC South projected starters: Colts betting big on Carson Wentz; Titans in trouble?
Will the Colts' acquisition of Carson Wentz pay off? Are the Titans in a tricky spot? Gregg Rosenthal projects the starters for every AFC South team.
2021 NFL trade grades: Who's winning/losing on the deal-making front?
NFL free agency isn't the only avenue for offseason change. The new league year has also provided a number of trades. So, who's winning/losing on the deal-making front? Marc Sessler offers up his grades.
2021 NFL free agency: Takeaways from Monday's moves
The Patriots and Buccaneers were both active on Day 1 of the NFL's legal tampering period but took very different approaches. Gregg Rosenthal identifies their paths along with the biggest takeaways from Monday's moves.
Patriots agree to trade OT Marcus Cannon to Texans
The Patriots have agreed to trade OT Marcus Cannon to the Houston Texans in a deal that will include swapping picks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday.
2021 AFC cut candidates: Viable releases and potential surprises
In the wake of a season reshaped by COVID-19, the NFL salary cap is expected to drop, significantly impacting offseason roster reconstruction. Which AFC players could be released? Gregg Rosenthal identifies likely candidates and potential surprises.
Patriots LG Joe Thuney willing to play RT in Cannon's absence
In wake of Marcus Cannon's decision to opt out of the 2020 season, Patriots guard Joe Thuney expressed his interest in taking over the right tackle spot.
Training Camp Debrief: COVID-19 reshaping NFL before season starts
NFL training camps are open, but the league is facing unprecedented challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. Gregg Rosenthal examines how opt-outs and positive tests are impacting rosters and the free agents who remain.
Opt-outs reach 67 players as Thursday deadline passes
Under the amended collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and NFL Players Association, agreed to on July 24, players have the choice to opt out of the 2020 NFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung among six Patriots to opt out
Two massive pieces of the New England Patriots' defense decided to opt out of the 2020 season: LB Dont'a Hightower and safety Patrick Chung. The defenders will receive a $150,000 salary advance, and their contracts will toll.
Patriots RT Marcus Cannon to opt out of 2020 season
Marcus Cannon will opt out of the 2020 season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Cannon, a cancer survivor, is a high-risk candidate amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Week 17 injury report for Sunday's NFL games
The final week of the 2019 regular season is upon us. Here is a full tally of the official injury report and gameday designations for all 16 Sunday games.
Surging Raiders, Cowboys among Week 12 storylines to watch
Jon Gruden and his Oakland Raiders are eyeing a playoff spot, but will they fall victim to Sunday's trap game? Charley Casserly takes a look at that question and four other storylines to watch in Week 12.
Eagles' secondary among five storylines to watch in Week 9
Charley Casserly examines five storylines to watch in Week 9, including how a finally healthy Eagles' secondary will look vs. the Chicago Bears.
Week 4 injury report for Sunday's NFL games
Week 4 is here! Check out the full tally of the official injury report and gameday designations for all 13 Sunday games.
Panthers QB Kyle Allen among five storylines to watch in Week 3
Kyle Allen will be the Carolina Panthers' starting quarterback against the Cardinals on Sunday. Charley Casserly breaks down the second-year QB and lists four other storylines to watch in Week 3.
Week 3 injury report for Sunday's NFL games
Week 3 is here! Check out the full tally of the official injury report and gameday designations for all 14 Sunday games.
Patriots' Tom Brady limited in practice with calf injury
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appeared on the injury report Wednesday after being limited in practice with a calf injury.
Roundup: Steelers sign Paxton Lynch to practice squad
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed former first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch to the practice squad, the team announced. Plus, other news we're monitoring around the league.
Injuries: Michael Gallup (knee) to miss 2 to 4 weeks
The Dallas Cowboys will be without receiver Michael Gallup for 2 to 4 weeks, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Gallup is undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his knee.
Roundup: Vikings place receiver Josh Doctson on IR
The Vikings placed wide receiver Josh Doctson on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. The former first-rounder will be a candidate to return later in the season, Ian Rapoport reports.
What we learned from Sunday's Week 1 games
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was throwing dimes against the Miami Dolphins, finishing with five touchdown passes. Here's what we learned from Sunday's games.
Patriots C David Andrews hospitalized with blood clot
The Patriots could be without their starting center for some time. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source informed, David Andrews has been hospitalized with a blood clot in his lungs.
Patriots' Isaiah Wynn (Achilles) works with first team
Isaiah Wynn's rookie season was wiped out by a torn Achilles. On Monday, the Patriots left tackle took a big step forward towards possibly winning the starting job.
Roundup: Patriots restructure Marcus Cannon's deal
Jets WR Jamison Crowder is set to undergo an MRI on his left foot after exiting Monday's practice early with an injury. Crowder missed seven games of the 2018 season due to a right ankle injury.