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Can JuJu regain his 2018 form? Is Dwayne Haskins a franchise QB? Will Hollywood Brown take the next step? NFL Nation reporters weigh in.
Did you know Jack Del Rio is Washington's defensive coordinator? If not, don't fret. NFL Nation has you covered on the league's coaching moves.
The Super Bowl champs have a big decision to make on their star defensive tackle. Let's predict what's in store for the AFC West.
Making upgrades at tight end is a huge offseason priority for New England, and some Senior Bowl players could be part of the solution.
We're not saying he's definitely retiring. Heck, we don't even know where Brady will play next season. But if we don't believe his Super Bowl commercial and Brady hangs 'em up, here's how some NFL teams could honor the G.O.A.T.
The Vikings have a safety teams should covet next month. The Patriots could lose key players besides their QB. Our crew of insiders weighs in.
New England's retired former All-Pro, who loves mentoring fellow defensive linemen, is sharing his knowledge with the Giants' pending free agent.
NFL defensive end Michael Bennett has been to three pro bowls and he's a Super Bowl champion. But after the wear and tear of 11 seasons in the league, the free agent is undecided on whether he wants to play again. Bennett and his wife, Pele, host the new podcast, "Mouthpeace." They join us to talk about how the physical realities of Michael's career have affected them, and how they and their daughters have navigated life in the NFL.
Nick Caserio and the Patriots are nearing a contract extension for the longtime director of player personnel, a source said.
Kiper & McShay: With all the Brady uncertainty should the Patriots focus on finding a new QB or filling all the holes on their roster? Is a Safety or TE in play at pick 23?
For all the chatter, not much has changed over the last five-plus weeks with Brady and what his future in the NFL looks like.
Sometimes you just need to go somewhere new. For high-priced QBs such as Derek Carr, Cam Newton and Nick Foles, playing for a new team in 2020 could make a lot of sense.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
The Patriots have signed free-agent CB Lenzy Pipkins, who adds depth at a time when teams can carry up to 90 players on rosters. Pipkins, who is 6-foot-0 and 196 pounds, attended Louisiana-Monroe and then Oklahoma State. He entered the NFL in 2017 as an undrafted free agent with the Packers, playing in 12 games. In 2018, he played for the Colts (1 game) and Lions (2 games). Last year, he was cut by the Browns at the end of the preseason and didn't hook on with another team.
Philip Rivers is officially ending his run with the Chargers and entering free agency. Fellow veteran QBs Tom Brady and Drew Brees are considering their options. The NFL quarterback market is filled with possibility, as the golden era of pocket passers may be ending - and the era of mobile quarterbacks just beginning. ESPN's Dan Graziano runs down the different destinies the elder statesmen of the NFL might be headed for this offseason.
Tom Brady to L.A. Jadeveon Clowney to the Ravens. Here's how one signing or trade could send aftershocks pulsating through the NFL.