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NFL Free Agency 2021: Previewing This Year's Class

NFL Free Agency 2021: Previewing This Year's Class

0 of 10The 2020 regular season has ended, and while 14 teams still hope to lift the Lombardi Trophy, many franchises—and their respective fanbases—have turned their attention to the 2021 offseason.The 2021 edition of free agency is going to be an intriguing affair, as several teams could be in tight cap situations. It does not seem the salary cap will fall to the $175 million floor set by the NFL and NFLPA, according to NFL Network's . However, it is likely to drop for the first time in recent memory.Still, we're bound to see a flurry of activity when the free-agent market opens March 17....

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Best and Worst Landing Spots for 2021 NFL Draft's Top Quarterback Prospects

Best and Worst Landing Spots for 2021 NFL Draft's Top Quarterback Prospects

0 of 5Quarterback is unquestionably the most important position in today's . The problem is that there aren't enough high-level starters to fill all 32 starting jobs. There are plenty of serviceable signal-callers, to be sure, but truly elite quarterbacks are few and far between, and the teams that don't already have one are constantly looking to address the problem.That's why quarterbacks are often taken high in the NFL draft even when their bodies of work might not justify an early selection. Franchises are constantly rolling the dice on young signal-callers and are more frequently...

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Every NFL Team's Biggest Disappointment from the 2020 Season

Every NFL Team's Biggest Disappointment from the 2020 Season

0 of 32The 2020 season was one of the most trying in recent memory, due in no small part to the COVID-19 pandemic.Teams have been forced to face adversity throughout the year, from training camp and the nonexistent preseason all the way through Week 17. Every franchise should be proud of its efforts to make it through the season with relative safety.The 2020 season brought plenty of bright moments along the way, too. From Alex Smith's epic comeback from a life-threatening injury to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cleveland Browns ending their lengthy playoff droughts, fans have had several...

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Ranking the 5 Best Fits for Von Miller If Released by the Denver Broncos in 2021

Ranking the 5 Best Fits for Von Miller If Released by the Denver Broncos in 2021

0 of 5With five weeks remaining in the 2020 season, many franchises (and fanbases) still have their eyes on the playoffs. However, you can bet that members of all 32 organizations are already digging into their options for 2021 free agency.With notable names such as Allen Robinson II, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Matthew Judon and Brandon Scherff scheduled to hit the open market, free agency won't be short on talent. Eight-time Pro Bowler could join the talent pool if the Denver Broncos decide not to exercise their club option for the 2021 season.Why would Denver part with a premium pass-rusher in...

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Every NFL Team's Shopping List for 2021 Offseason

Every NFL Team's Shopping List for 2021 Offseason

0 of 32It's that time of year again, folks. With Black Friday in the rearview, the mad dash to complete holiday shopping is upon us. While teams aren't quite in the same boat—free agency is still several months away—you can bet front offices around the league are busy putting their 2021 lists together.Not every team can afford to get itself that perfect gift, of course, but every roster has holes that need to be filled through free agency and the draft.Here, you'll find a look at each team's biggest offseason needs, based on factors such as past production, team health and the presence of...

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Every NFL Team's Secret Weapon for 2020

Every NFL Team's Secret Weapon for 2020

0 of 32It's surprisingly easy for quality players to go unnoticed. Because of the fact that many fans root for teams and not individuals, only the league's biggest stars are on most of their radars.Those stars aren't the only ones responsible for success, though. The NFL is the ultimate team sport.Entering 2019, for example, San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert was a relative unknown. The journeyman had spent time with six other franchises before landing in San Francisco, and he was largely an afterthought in the 49ers offense before last season.However, he emerged as an...

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Every NFL Team's Biggest Scapegoat of the Last Decade

Every NFL Team's Biggest Scapegoat of the Last Decade

0 of 32If the NFL is the ultimate team sport and football games are never won or lost on a single play, then no one player or coach should ever bear the brunt of a fanbase's ire after a defeat.If only things were that simple.It's often difficult for sports fans to take a rational approach to losses—and easier to place blame on a single play or individual than to acknowledge a team deserved to lose. When blaming officials or football deities just won't do, it's time to find a scapegoat on the team.Fair or not (it's not), players and coaches frequently bear the blame for losses and losing...

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Re-Drafting the 2019 NFL Draft

Re-Drafting the 2019 NFL Draft

0 of 32If only teams could know what the future holds.If teams could peer into the future, draft mistakes like Jameis Winston and Johnny Manziel would never happen. Similarly, executives wouldn't miss out on guys like Tom Brady, and Patrick Mahomes.With this concept in mind, we're going to redraft the 2019 first round as if teams could peer a full year into the future. This means they know how the season will unfold, where they'll select in 2020 and what sort of moves are made in free agency.Of course, knowing the future would cause a paradox that would undo much of what actually...

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