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NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Tuesday, Dec. 6
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2022 NFL free agency: Riskiest contracts given out so far? Jaguars' aggressive moves top the board
Gregg Rosenthal examines some of the riskiest contracts NFL teams have given out in free agency so far, including the Jaguars' acquisition of Christian Kirk and the Saints' signing of Marcus Maye.
2021 NFL season: Notable injuries, news from Sunday's Week 3 games
Titans WR A.J. Brown (hamstring) exited in the first quarter against the Colts. He was eventually ruled out for the game. Here are the injuries and news we're monitoring around the NFL on this Week 3 Sunday.
How Steelers' revamped offense will benefit Big Ben; plus, QB-coach combos under pressure
In his latest Scout's Notebook, Bucky Brooks digs into how the offensive changes underway in Pittsburgh can help Ben Roethlisberger. Plus, which QB-coach combos are under the most pressure? And is Jamal Adams about to strike it rich?
2021 NFL season: Eight biggest remaining roster concerns
Will the Cincinnati Bengals' offensive line be able to protect Joe Burrow? Gil Brandt identifies the eight biggest roster concerns remaining across the NFL.
AFC North projected starters: Browns bursting with firepower; don't dismiss Steelers
Is this the Browns' year? How frisky are the Bengals? Will the Ravens struggle to manufacture a pass rush? Are people hastily dismissing the Steelers? Gregg Rosenthal projects the starters for every AFC North team.
Roundup: Cowboys' Tyron Smith (ankle) out for Week 5
The Dallas Cowboys received good news on star left tackle Tyron Smith's sprained ankle suffered late in Sunday's loss to the Saints. Smith has been ruled out Week 5, but could play the following week.
2018 NFL rookie report card: Ranking each team's class, 1 to 32
Which NFL team enjoyed the best rookie class in 2018? The worst? Jeremy Bergman and Nick Shook teamed up to rank every single group, from 1 to 32.