If you were to judge the Dallas Cowboys’ roster on paper, you would believe that they are a championship contender for the upcoming season. Last year, the Cowboys’ season was derailed by injuries, which they could never recover from.
The Philadelphia Eagles are still trying to figure out what they are going to do with quarterback Sam Bradford. The Eagles starting quarterback was not happy with the team after they acquired the #2 pick, which they selected Carson Wentz with.
New York Giants center Weston Richburg was a pleasant surprise for the team last season after moving from left guard in 2014. With the 2016 season only a few months away, Richburg has been getting himself ready to have a repeat performance.
Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Chance Warmack raised plenty of eyebrows with some comments he made about his former coach. Warmack is upset that the Titans decided not to pick up the fifth year option on his contract.
There were plenty of Dallas Cowboys fans that were very happy with how the team did in the NFL Draft. Besides drafting running back Ezekiel Elliot, fans were very happy when the Cowboys selected Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon Smith in the second round of the draft.
When it comes to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, there are a number of things that come to mind. To his teammates, they believe that he is a true leader and leads by example. But his rivals don’t really feel the same way about him.
Even though there is no quarterback controversy going on with the New England Patriots, the team knows they need to start planning for the future. With Tom Brady probably having another two or three years before he calls it a career, the Patriots used their 3rd round pick on NC State quarterback Jacoby Brissett.
With tight end Antonio Gates nearing the end of his career, the San Diego Chargers knew that they needed to find a guy that could be ready to replace him. So the Chargers used their second round pick on Arkansas tight end Hunter Henry in hopes he can be the guy in the future.
The Minnesota Vikings took a huge gamble during the NFL Draft this past weekend. The Vikings drafted German wide receiver Moritz Boehringer in the sixth round in a move that is strictly about potential.
Over the weekend, Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin took to Twitter to inform head coach Pete Carroll that he and his teammates had a request. That request? That no player wears #24 next season.