One of the most intriguing teams going into the 2016 NFL season will be the Seattle Seahawks. Unlike last year, the Seahawks are under the radar and don’t have any distractions during training camp.
All 32 NFL teams have kicked off their training camps with winning the Super Bowl as the goal to achieve. One team that many will be watching closely will be the reigning NFC Champion Carolina Panthers.
Rolando McClain has found himself at a crossroads in his NFL career. For starters, he’s been suspended for the first 10 games of the season for testing positive of a banned substance. But apparently, that’s not the worst part.
The Philadelphia Eagles have turned the page on the tenure of former head coach Chip Kelly but some of the things he did has some still shaking their heads. Center Jason Kelce was there for it all and talked about some of those things on 94.1 WIP.
Oakland Raiders receiver Amari Cooper is headed into his 2nd year in the NFL after a stellar rookie season. Cooper ended the season with 72 receptions for 1,070 yards and 6 touchdowns and seemed to become more and more comfortable as the season progressed.
Cleveland Browns reportedly passed on Carson Wentz because they don’t believe he will be a top 20 QB
The Cleveland Browns surprised many a few months back when they decided to trade the No. 2 overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles. For a team that was in need of a quarterback, many didn’t think that it made sense to move out of that position.
As many of you already know, the NFL is trying to find ways to make the game safer to play. With that being said, there has been plenty of talk of the NFL getting rid of kickoff returns all together.
With training camps getting ready to start this week, quarterback Michael Vick is still waiting to be picked up by a team. But in the meantime, Vick is still out to prove that he can still play in the NFL.
Since the offseason started, quarterback Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have been in talks about a contract extension. But for the past few months, things have slowly down between the two sides.
As many of you may know by now, the Miami Dolphins signed former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster to a one year deal Monday. Foster, who is recovering from a tore Achilles watched multiple running backs get deals before him once free agency opened up.