I think everyone knows that the Super Bowl champions have a date at the White House to see the President of the United States every year. The Denver Broncos will have that honor on Monday and have sent out the invitation to players that have left the team as well.
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One of the first thing Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson made clear to his team is that everyone would have a fresh start. Ever since hearing that, defensive back Justin Gilbert has had a new outlook on what he can do with the Browns.
A few months back, Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones made it know that he wanted a new contract. Jones also made it know that he planned to sit out until he received a new contract.
The Carolina Panthers are starting to prepare themselves to try to repeat as NFC champions but have a different outcome in the Super Bowl. A lot has happen with the Panthers during the offseason most noticeably, the departure of defensive back Josh Norman.
Many of you remember how the Green Bay Packers lost wide receiver Randall Cobb during their playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals. Cobb came down hard after going high for a pass, which lead to internal bleeding and a visit to the hospital.
The Atlanta Falcons have plenty of expectations for first round pick Keanu Neal. The former Florida Gator has tremendous size and could become a true enforcer in the Falcons secondary.
I think it’s pretty safe to say that Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah is one of the best pass rusher in the NFL. Over the past three season, Ansah has 30 sacks and has become a player that offensive coordinators have to game plan for.
The Dallas Cowboys have been monitoring the status of wide receiver Dez Bryant throughout the offseason. Bryant has been recovering from multiple injuries from that started at the beginning of last season.
A few weeks ago, Buffalo Bills fans got some unpleasant news about wide receiver Sammy Watkins. The Bills announced that Watkins was recovering from a broken foot. While the Bills hope that Watkins will be back before training camp starts, Watkins had a very different answer.
Things have started to heat up between the New York Jets and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick regarding his contract situation. The Jets offered Fitzpatrick a three-year deal that would pay him $12 million for the first year.