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Deshaun Watson Should Be Next in Landing Big Contract

There should be no questions about Deshaun Watson being the next player to land a large contract. Speculation has come out that Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson could soon be landing a large contact with the team. Houston Chronicle's John McClain has reported Watson's long-term deal could happen sooner than people think. McClain also stated that Houston "is hoping to sign" both Watson and linebacker Zach Cunningham before the season starts. https://twitter.com/247Sports/status/1294763725111603205 Houston has already exercised Watson's fifth-year option for 2021 as that would be the last year of his rookie deal. It would be a surprise to see the team let...

Cowboys Cutting Gerald McCoy After Injury is Surprising

Dallas Cowboys fans got the surprising news Tuesday that the team released Gerald McCoy. The NFL's transaction wire showed the Cowboys releasing Gerald McCoy with an injury waiver. Dallas made the move after McCoy ruptured his right quadriceps tendon in practice this week. He's expected to be out for the whole season due to the injury. https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/1295826967678324741 With Dallas releasing him, they are able to save about $2.5 million in base salary guarantees due to the injury. The terms of that specific part is found in McCoy's contract with the team when he signed. https://twitter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/1295829519711035394 McCoy spent his first nine seasons with the Tampa...

Dez Bryant Would Help Ravens Offense

The Baltimore Ravens should sign Dez Bryant as he would impact their passing attack. Sources told Tom Pelissero and Jane Slater that Dez Bryant was expected to work out with the Baltimore Ravens. Bryant is expected to travel this week to Baltimore for a workout. https://twitter.com/TomPelissero/status/1295356805250527234 The league saw Bryant have a successful run with the Dallas Cowboys from 2010 until 2017. During that span, he caught 531 passes for 7,459 yards and 73 touchdowns. He made the Pro Bowl three times and was a first-team All-Pro in 2014 leading the NFL with 16 touchdowns. After eight seasons with Dallas, Bryant was released...

Alex Smith Should Start in Washington

Alex Smith is returning to the field for Washington which could mean a reboot in his career. The Washington Football Team announced Sunday morning quarterback Alex Smith was activated from the PUP list. https://twitter.com/WashingtonNFL/status/1294967178756849665 Smith hasn't been on the football field since his leg injury back in November of 2018. He suffered a spiral and compound fracture to his tibia and fibula in his right leg after being sacked by Houston's Kareem Jackson and J.J. Watt. After getting surgery originally, he developed life-threatening necrotizing fasciitis that resulted in sepsis which required him to undergo 17 surgeries. It also resulted in eight debridements...

George Kittle Contract Sets the Market for Tight Ends

George Kittle got paid big time with his new contact which is good news for tight ends. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver report the San Francisco 49ers gave George Kittle a contract extension. The deal is five years, $75 million extension. https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/1293923315220914176 Kittle's deal has been discussed this offseason as a possibility. Other teams were watching how much the deal would be since Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce is closing on a new deal soon. The Philadelphia Eagles were waiting to see the numbers before discussing a new contract with tight end Zach Ertz. Kittle has been in the NFL for...

NFL Won’t Feel Impact of College Football Postponements

The NFL appears to be full forces with their season, but college football's season could be dead. Multiple outlets reported that the Big Ten and Pac-12 made the decision to postpone their college football seasons leaving an opening potentially for the NFL. Both conferences will reexamine if they want to have a college football season in the spring. There is no word on whether the two conferences' departure from the season will impact the College Football Playoffs. This news, however, doesn't appear to change the NFL and their plans for 2020. How Does The News Impact the NFL Season It would be...

Bryce Love Could Have Breakout Season With Guice Gone

Bryce Love could be in for a big season after Derrius Guice's release. After being drafted in 2019 NFL Draft, Bryce Love found himself on IR through his rookie season. He is expected to get some playing time, but will have stiff competition for playing time. Washington's running back situation took a turn nobody saw coming last week. The Washington Football Team announced Friday afternoon that they had released Derrius Guice due to being arrested for domestic violence. Guice is facing multiple charges including one felony count of strangulation. He was expected to split time with Adrian Peterson at running back,...

Jadeveon Clowney, Seattle Reunion Seems Unlikely

Jadeveon Clowney may not want to wait on Seattle to call him as they seem to be going in a different direction. After the Seattle Seahawks decided to not resign Jadeveon Clowney, the team might be looking at two veterans. NFL Network's Michael Silver reported the Seahawks are looking at Clay Matthews and Everson Griffen. It's no surprise Pete Carroll would be interested in both guys as they both played under Carroll at USC. Griffen had a stellar 2019 campaign with the Minnesota Vikings earning his fourth Pro Bowl of his career. He opted out of his contract in February to...

Derek Carr Must Earn Raiders Respect in 2020

Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is looking for respect, but has he really earned it? While speaking to the media this week, Derek Carr was asked about if he thought of opting out and not playing for the Raiders this season. Carr countered that he has a lot to prove and opting out never crossed his mind. "I did not. I have a lot to prove to myself," Carr toldĀ reporters Tuesday. "I have a lot to prove to my organization. I'm going to be completely honest with you: I'm tired of being disrespected. There was no question I was going...

Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay is Not Long-Term

Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay no longer seems to like a long-term deal. Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur spoke with the media about Aaron Rodgers and how long he will be on the team. "Right now, most importantly, Aaron's our quarterback and I see him here for a really long time," LaFleur told reporters Sunday. "And however long that is, I don't think anybody knows. Nothing's guaranteed in this league but I feel so lucky to be able to work with him on a daily basis. I don't see that changing for a really long time." It's no surprise LaFleur...

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