The Seattle Seahawks are reportedly bringing in a veteran quarterback to help out at training camp. Better yet, he’s plenty familiar with the Pacific Northwest. The Seahawks have signed veteran quarterback Sean Mannion, as was first reported by Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic. The Oregon State alum is Seattle’s fifth quarterback on the roster.
The Patriots‘ supposed quarterback competition isn’t much of a competition at all. Bill Belichick said as much to reporters on Saturday. New England took former Alabama star Mac Jones with the No. 15 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, giving Cam Newton some competition in the quarterback room. Some have...
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The No. 1 player in the state of Oregon, Darrius Clemons, will make his college commitment tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. EST. The four-star wide receiver ranks No. 134 overall and the 20th best wide receiver on the 247 Sports composite, and 247 Sports ranks him No. 133 and the 20th best wide receiver as well. Both rankings have Clemons as the No. 1 player in Oregon.
The Las Vegas Raiders have a couple of recent high draft choices in danger of the dreaded bust status. What’s the latest out of training camp?. The Las Vegas Raiders have made some head-scratching moves in the NFL Draft in recent years, and unfortunately, some of those head-scratching moves have not worked out as well as the Raiders bullishly hoped.
Raiders' first-rounders Damon Arnette, Clelin Ferrell practice with second team as team prioritizes 'win-now mode'
Two recent Raiders first-round draft picks are struggling to find the field early in training camp as Las Vegas’ draft woes continue. Defensive end Clelin Ferrell, the fourth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and cornerback Damon Arnette, the 19th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, are running with the second team, according to Raiders beat reporters at practice.
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The Baltimore Ravens have addressed a need at edge rusher with a savvy and inexpensive veteran addition. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Ravens have signed veteran Justin Houston to a one-year deal worth up to $4 million with a base salary of $1.075 million. The additional incentives in Houston's contract are based on making the Pro Bowl and number of sacks, per the Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have selected 30 players in the second round of the NFL Draft in their history. That’s more than one per year for the Jags, who have had multiple second-round picks five times, most recently this year. Meanwhile, they have had zero second-round picks only twice. For this article, we’re going to limit our discussion to players who have or had at least three years of NFL experience. Laviska Shenault Jr. might turn out to be a great wide receiver, but he’s barely entering his second season in the league, so he didn’t make the cut.
Kevin White may always be a first-round NFL Draft bust, but his situation with the 49ers in 2021 might afford him the opportunity to turn his career around. Raise your hand if you thought former West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White was going to be a massive impact-kind of player when the Chicago Bears selected him at No. 7 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft.
FOXBOROUGH — With one pick remaining in Ernie Adams’ final NFL Draft, Bill Belichick let his longtime Director of Football Research make the Patriots’ final selection. In the seventh round, Adams matter-of-factly chose Tre Nixon, a wide receiver out of Central Florida. The pick circulated in a viral video released...
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GLENDALE — The Arizona Cardinals made noise this offseason when head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he expected rookie linebacker Zaven Collins to slide into the starting MIKE backer spot despite veteran Jordan Hicks heading the position the previous two seasons. It was reported that the two sides had agreed to...
After an active offseason, the Browns have made another significant move with the start of the regular season on the horizon. The club and running back Nick Chubb have agreed in principle on a three-year, $36.6 million extension that includes $20 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. A Pro Bowler each of the last two seasons, Chubb was entering the final year of his rookie contract. The extension will keep him under contract through the 2024 season.
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HOUSTON — The Houston Texans were short of one quarterback during Day 4 of training camp at the Houston Methodist Training Center on Saturday. Tyrod Taylor, who signed a one-year deal to join the Texans in March, had an excused absence due to personal reasons, according to the team. At the end of practice, first-year head coach David Culley said Taylor will return to camp on Monday.
The Falcons held their first open practice of 2021 Training Camp on Saturday, with fans flocking to Flowery Branch to see the new roster and coaching staff for the first time. Kevin Knight and Adnan Ikic were on-site to observe today’s practice, and they’ve compiled their top observations for you below.
The Cleveland Browns have signed a multi-year deal with one of their biggest stars, reportedly agreeing to a contract extension
Could the Philadelphia Eagles target Matt Corral If Jalen Hurts isn’t the guy?. Let’s pump the brakes. Jalen Hurts is still the starting quarterback. He has a long 2021 campaign ahead of him. The staff here at ITI is not giving up on him prematurely. We’re also not ruling out the possibility of a DeShaun Watson trade. Instead, we are doing our homework on 2022 NFL Draft Prospects for Philadelphia Eagles fans. We’re continuing this year’s prospect profiles with Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral.
Cornerback Jalen Ramsey of the Los Angeles Rams has made a career of tormenting opposing quarterbacks. Well, former Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford now understands why Ramsey was acquired by the Rams for such a massive haul. Back in 2019, the Jacksonville Jaguars traded Ramsey for for two first-round draft...
No matter how much football changes where offenses rule and scoring points is a premium one thing will never fade away: if your defensive front four can get pressure, especially in the interior, you can derail even the greatest of offenses. Look no further than Super Bowl 55 when a...