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The biggest weekly NFL news from around SB Nation sites
Every week we take a look around the NFL at each team. We pull the biggest and most discussed headlines from each of our 32 NFL websites.
Here’s all the biggest NFL headlines from this week:
The second-year QB is reaping the benefits of a full offseason.
We’re a week away from seeing if Rodgers reports to camp. In the meantime, things don’t look good for the Packers.
The Bears find themselves near the bottom of the NFL in ESPN’s projections for the next three years.
According to one source, anyway
Can Jameis Winston progress like Brees did under Sean Payton?
We like his chances.
The team and their talented right tackle have worked out a long-term deal before the deadline.
While the injury reveal will add to the GOAT’s legend, it could detract from the team’s bank accounts
He won’t have to worry about money anymore. On Wednesday morning, the Niners extended warner with a five-year, $95-million contract that includes $40.5 million guaranteed.
The former Georgia Bulldog was a sixth round pick in 2019.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
The Seattle Seahawks came in at a somewhat surprising 10th place on the power rankings.
Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)
Despite visiting with the Miami Dolphins earlier this offseason, former Los Angeles Chargers star pass rusher Melvin Ingram is taking his talents to the Steel City and is signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Daily news and links for Tuesday
The Jets have signed rookie offensive lineman Alijah Vera-Tucker to his rookie contract.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley is against the COVID-19 vaccine and the NFL/NFLPA restrictions associated with the coronavirus. We know this. On Tuesday he got into another public Twitter exchange with folks where he made a note about one of his teammates:
The 49ers safety thinks very highly of the Ravens veteran wideout.
Melvin Ingram was brought in to provide the Steelers with solid depth at outside linebacker in 2021. That’s all anyone should expect from him.
Cincinnati was recently painted in a negative light. We’re here to offer a different perspective.
Cleveland will have all three of its exhibition games televised on a national level.
32nd is the Texans favorite number.
Fans of the Tennessee Titans are used to seeing their star players go overlooked. It’s only natural — a smaller market team that for years wasn’t exactly interesting in any sort of way. But times have changed.
Bleacher Report recently published a list of one player that each NFL team should trade.
The Denver Broncos future is uncertain according to ESPN analysts and it mostly has to do with quarterback and coaching.
See why analysts believe the Bolts are in good hands for 2021 and beyond.
The sports network ranks NFL teams over the course of the next three seasons
The defensive end is back for his third season in Kansas City.