The NFL seems to be trying to do this by the seat of their pants. Several states still have the first wave raging and the league doesn't seem to...
didn't they bring in some competition after he missed most of the 2010 season?
I just want to point out how hilarious it is to call any NFL player soft, let alone Cam Newton a guy who has been hit more than any QB (1,235!).
We are talking about kickers here, not exactly breaking the bank.
The Pats drafted Justin Rohrwasser in the 5th round to be their kicker, but so far it seems like he is the only person in camp. It seems odd to me...
Do we know if Newton and Stidham know each other at all. Obviously both Auburn alumni
Newton is a really good bounce-back candidate, he had his best year since his MVP in 2018. Also the Pats have a really good cap situation after...
I can't think of any other coach whose players seem to hate him more than Gase. The guy has had very little success in the NFL but keeps getting...
There are two camps, one is the arm chair people who despite everything the Pats do thinks depth is bad. We know what the other camps issue is
1 year deal indicates they simply think that Newton > Hoyer.
yes the patriots never make moves for undervalues veterans.
is Kmet worth taking in the first? Because I do not think hed be there in the second
I think the only way he goes elsewhere is if they convince him he has a better chance to win there than New England. The Chargers have the cap...
I would just point out that Gronk isnt coming back and Gordon is a free agent. They do have almost $60 million in caproom though.
how does Brady's contract extension from august play into this? Would he be cut or is there something I'm missing?
If he left do we think that they would hire Chad O 'shea back or promote one of their coaching assistants?
that Oline in LA is awful, Brady would get obliterated
Will Jason Mcourty be back next year? His dead money is only $1.75 and his cap hit is $5.75
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