The San Francisco 49ers have plenty of issues that have to figure out once training camp begins. One of those issues is who will be the starting quarterback for the 2016 season. While Colin Kaepernick is still recovering from his injury, Blaine Gabbert has been taking the first team reps all offseason.
Throughout the offseason, the Miami Dolphins have made it known that they are very high on running back Jay Ajayi. He believes he can be great and so do the Dolphins, who let Lamar Miller leave and sign with the Houston Texans.
A few months ago, one of the best players to ever put on a Detroit Lions uniform decided to call it a career. After a lot of speculation, wide receiver Calvin Johnson decided it was time to retire from the NFL.
The Tennessee Titans are hoping that quarterback Marcus Mariota takes that next step this season. Mariota was decent last season, but the Titans want his passing numbers to go up. Mariota’s skill set is very unique, which new offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie can’t wait to take advantage of.
The New England Patriots have started their mandatory mini-camp this week but all the talk was about one player. Tight end Rob Gronkowski was at the Patriots facility on Tuesday, but didn’t participate in the practice.
Going into the offseason, the Indianapolis Colts knew that they wanted to get quarterback Andrew Luck to sign a long-term contract extension. Both sides have been negotiating for months, but no deal has been made yet.
After signing a huge contract last year, Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas was learning on the run after dealing with injuries throughout the season. With that being said, Thomas still put up some decent numbers but the potential he brings to the Jaguars is very high.
On Monday, the Denver Broncos visited the White House which is the norm for a team that wins the Super Bowl. But the days leading up to that visit, many were talking about former Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler deciding he didn’t want to go.
At the end of the regular season, the Cleveland Browns decided it was best to get rid of everyone that was involved in bringing quarterback Johnny Manziel in. Head coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer took the fall for what happened to Manziel, but no one wants to take the blame.
Recently, there has been plenty of players that stayed about from their teams OTAs due to contract disputes. One player that we haven’t heard from that much is Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.