You think there's been enough NFL news lately? Maybe enough to, oh, review and re-order 32 clubs all trying to build a team to reach Super Bowl 50?
The transactions, signings, retirements, extensions and visits must have your head spinning. Well, unless you've been catching up on "The Knick" or getting back into "Carcassonne" with your local gamer group. For everyone else, the offseason has been on, giving us more to sift through than any year in recent memory.
Of course, most people pay attention to new faces in new places. The Mark Ingram-re-signing-with-his-old-team stuff barely gets covered, but everyone is all over Sam Bradford getting traded to Philadelphia. It's a little odd, considering the difference in production for those respective players last year, but you get the point. Fans want to know how the new guys will get their team closer to where New England sat in February.
Speaking of, one of the biggest stories in this BREAKING NEWS bonanza was Darrelle Revis signing with the Jets. But does that mean Todd Bowles' group instantly becomes a threat in the AFC East? I don't think so, as you will see below. That said, your take on Gang Green, the world champion Patriots or any other team is welcome. @HarrisonNFL is the place. I tried not to overreact to anything that's transpired. Well, I'm freaking out over the California water supply. But other than that ... we'll see what you think.
Let the dissension commence!
Really, who's talking about the Broncos right now? Julius Thomas and Terrance Knighton will certainly be missed. Wonder if diehard Denver fans feel worse about the latter's defection than the stud tight end going to Jacksonville. (Thoughts? @HarrisonNFL.) Either way, I still like the Gary Kubiak hiring and what the Broncos can do on the ground. Expecting a lot of two-tight end looks with Virgil Green and Owen Daniels.
You have to love Justin Forsett being re-signed, though. He merely asked for a team to "go" with him. He was tired of being stuck in the friend zone. You see, kids, this is why you don't take someone's -- I mean, a team's -- phone calls right after breaking up with them. Send it to voicemail. Make 'em wonder. OK, um, on to the Texans ...