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AFC East projected starters: Bills blessed with depth on offense; Tua Tagovailoa set for second-year leap?
Are the Bills loaded enough on offense to knock off the Chiefs? Is Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa poised for a breakout campaign? What's the current makeup of the Patriots and Jets? Gregg Rosenthal projects the starters for every AFC East team.
Patriots likely to decline RB Sony Michel's 5th-year option, picking up OT Isaiah Wynn's option
The New England Patriots will likely decline one fifth-year option and pick up another on their 2018 first-round draft class. Ian Rapoport reports that the Pats will likely decline the option year for RB Sony Michel while exercising the option for OT Isaiah Wynn.
Fifth-year option tracker for 2018 first-round picks
The deadline for NFL teams to option the fifth year on rookie contracts for their 2018 first-round picks is Monday, May 3, and some clubs are getting out ahead of the pack.
Weighing fifth-year options for 2018 NFL Draft's first-rounders
Gil Brandt examines which first-round picks from 2018 should have their fifth-year options picked up. Where do the Browns' Baker Mayfield and the Jets' Sam Darnold stand?
Offensive Player Rankings, Week 15: Building AFC, NFC Pro Bowl rosters on offense
With the 2021 Pro Bowl rosters set to be announced on Monday, Dec. 21, David Carr fills out his own ballot with deserving offensive players from each conference. Who makes the cut?
2020 NFL season: Key homegrown player for each AFC team
The focus every offseason is inevitably on what's changed, but the biggest area of growth on each team typically comes from within. Gregg Rosenthal identifies one homegrown player on every AFC roster who can make an enormous difference by taking the next step.
NFL GM Power Rankings: Brett Veach, John Lynch surge up list
Smack dab in the middle of offseason roster reconstruction, the spotlight's on NFL decision makers. Perfect time for Gregg Rosenthal to provide his annual GM Power Rankings! And at the moment, no general manager's flying higher than Kansas City's Brett Veach.
UGA's Isaiah Wilson goes from unsung redshirt to pro prospect
Georgia offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson wasn't giving the 2020 draft any thought before the 2019 season. But now, after declaring his intention to enter the draft as a redshirt sophomore, Wilson feels he's ready.
Week 14 injury report for Sunday's NFL games
Week 14 of the 2019 season is upon us. Here is a full tally of the official injury report and gameday designations for all 14 Sunday games.
Eagles' playoff path, Chiefs' defense among Week 14 storylines
With the Cowboys losing to the Bears on Thursday night, the Eagles inched closer to the postseason. Charley Casserly examines Philly's playoff path and four other storylines to watch in Week 14.
Week 13 injury report for Sunday's NFL games
Week 13 of the 2019 season is upon us. Here is a full tally of the official injury report and gameday designations for all 12 Sunday games.
Surging Raiders, Cowboys among Week 12 storylines to watch
Jon Gruden and his Oakland Raiders are eyeing a playoff spot, but will they fall victim to Sunday's trap game? Charley Casserly takes a look at that question and four other storylines to watch in Week 12.
Myles Garrett fallout on Browns; two big games in NFC East race
Does Myles Garrett's suspension effectively end the Cleveland Browns' highly disappointing season? Cynthia Frelund examines. Plus, a look at two huge games in the tight NFC East race, as well as a pair of Week 12 sleepers.
Roundup: Steelers sign Paxton Lynch to practice squad
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed former first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch to the practice squad, the team announced. Plus, other news we're monitoring around the league.
Injuries: Michael Gallup (knee) to miss 2 to 4 weeks
The Dallas Cowboys will be without receiver Michael Gallup for 2 to 4 weeks, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Gallup is undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his knee.
Notable injuries from Sunday's Week 2 NFL games
San Francisco 49ers left tackle Joe Staley was ruled out after suffering a broken fibula. Here are notable injuries we're monitoring around the league on this Week 2 Sunday.
What we learned from Sunday's Week 1 games
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was throwing dimes against the Miami Dolphins, finishing with five touchdown passes. Here's what we learned from Sunday's games.
NFL Power Rankings, Week 1: Chargers in top 10; Colts plummet
Andrew Luck's retirement and two major trades by the Houston Texans have shook up Dan Hanzus' first Power Rankings of the 2019 regular season. See where all 32 NFL teams land heading into Week 1's matchups.
Patriots C David Andrews hospitalized with blood clot
The Patriots could be without their starting center for some time. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source informed, David Andrews has been hospitalized with a blood clot in his lungs.
What we learned from Saturday's preseason games
The Browns flexed their offensive depth, Jacoby Brissett, Deshaun and DeAndre are getting the band back together, Delanie Walker caught a TD in his return, James Conner was back on the field, as well, and the reigning MVP is racking up preseason starts.
Patriots' Isaiah Wynn (Achilles) works with first team
Isaiah Wynn's rookie season was wiped out by a torn Achilles. On Monday, the Patriots left tackle took a big step forward towards possibly winning the starting job.
Roundup: Texans place Hopkins and Watt on PUP list
The Texans placed DeAndre Hopkins and JJ Watt on the active/physically unable to perform list, but it will be a short stay according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Bengals rookie OT Jonah Williams likely to miss season
The Bengals announced that Jonah Williams underwent left shoulder surgery Tuesday to repair a torn labrum that is likely to sideline him for the entire season. He is expected to make a full recovery.
Los Angeles Chargers, Rams head NFL's most complete teams
With the 2019 NFL Draft and most of free agency behind us, we basically know what each NFL roster will look like in the fall. Which teams are the most complete? Adam Schein provides his ranking.