72 NFL Players Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

NFLPA announced 72 players tested positive for Coronavirus as of July 10th

We now know how many NFLers have COVID-19 after the league’s first few rounds of testing. Earlier today, the NFL Players’ Association released a set of data that revealed 72 players league-wide have tested positive for COVID-19 as of July 10th, 2020. According to NFL.com, the 72 individuals make up about 2.5% of rostered players in the league.

In the announcement, the NFLPA also released a map showing the concentration of Coronavirus in NFL markets. The Miami Dolphins have the highest concentration of average daily Coronavirus cases per 100,000 people with 67.53 cases per 100K. The New England Patriots have the lowest concentration of cases with just 3.27 cases per 100,000 people.

The NFL and the NFLPA are still trying to resolve outstanding issues between the two sides before players have to report to team facilities. Rookies for the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans are scheduled to report to work this weekend. All NFL veterans are slated to report to work by July 28th.

Chiefs Sign Patrick Mahomes To Ten-Year Extension

Mega-Deal is reportedly worth $503 Million

It looks like Patrick Mahomes is going to be the Chiefs’ starting quarterback for a long time. According to the NFL Network’s Michael Silver, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs agreed on a mega-deal that will keep the 24-year-old Quarterback in KC through the 2031 season. The NFL Network is reporting the deal is worth up to $503 million.

The contract extension is the largest in sports history. Mahomes is now the first athlete in history with a contract worth half-a-billion dollars. The contract also marks the first time an NFL player is the highest-paid athlete in the world of sports.

Patrick Mahomes has a 24-7 record in 31 starts. Mahomes was named MVP in his first season as a starter, throwing for 50 Touchdowns and over 5000 yards in 2018. Despite missing some time due to injury this past season, Mahomes led the Chiefs to an 11-3 record and a victory in Super Bowl LIV. He was named the game’s MVP after throwing for 286 passing yards and recording three total touchdowns.

Sources: Cam Newton To Sign With Patriots

The “incentive-laden” deal is reportedly for one-year

It looks like the Pats have found Tom Brady’s successor. A little before 8:00 PM EST, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen that Cam Newton reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the New England Patriots. According to Adam Schefter, the deal is “incentive-laden.”

This addition means that the Patriots have three Quarterbacks on the roster heading into this season. Newton will be competing with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer for the Pats’ starting job. Whoever ends up starting for New England will have big shoes to fill as he looks to be the successor to Tom Brady and the Patriots’ dynasty.

Cam Newton just turned 31 last month after spending the first nine seasons of his career with the Carolina Panthers. Newton had notable success after being selected with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. He finished his tenure with Carolina as the franchise’s all-time leader in Quarterback Wins, Passing Yards, Passing Touchdowns, Pass Completions, Pass Attempts, and Rushing Touchdowns. Newton’s best season came in 2015 when he was named the NFL MVP and led the Panthers to Super Bowl 50.

Sources: Cam Newton To Sign With Patriots

The “incentive-laden” deal is reportedly for one-year

It looks like the Pats have found Tom Brady’s successor. A little before 8:00 PM EST, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen that Cam Newton reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the New England Patriots. According to Adam Schefter, the deal is “incentive-laden.”

This addition means that the Patriots have three Quarterbacks on the roster heading into this season. Newton will be competing with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer for the Pats’ starting job. Whoever ends up starting for New England will have big shoes to fill as he looks to be the successor to Tom Brady and the Patriots’ dynasty.

Cam Newton just turned 31 last month after spending the first nine seasons of his career with the Carolina Panthers. Newton had notable success after being selected with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. He finished his tenure with Carolina as the franchise’s all-time leader in Quarterback Wins, Passing Yards, Passing Touchdowns, Pass Completions, Pass Attempts, and Rushing Touchdowns. Newton’s best season came in 2015 when he was named the NFL MVP and led the Panthers to Super Bowl 50.

Andy Dalton Joining Cowboys

Former Bengals’ QB agrees to terms with Dallas

Yesterday, the Dallas Cowboys announced they agreed to terms on a one-year deal with former Cincinnati Quarterback Andy Dalton. This means that Dalton will now be the fourth Quarterback on Dallas’ unofficial depth chart for 2019-2020. The other three QBs for the Cowboys are Dak Prescott, Cooper Rush, and recent seventh-round draft pick Ben DiNucci.

Dalton was released by the Bengals on Thursday and officially agreed to a contract with Dallas two days later. The longtime Cincinnati starter was released a couple of days after the Bengals selected QB Joe Burrow with the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Andy Dalton was born in Texas and played his college ball at TCU. After playing at TCU, Dalton was picked by the Bengals in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Before coming to Dallas, he had spent his entire nine-year career with the Bengals. During his tenure in Cincy, he started 133 games and threw for over 31000 yards and 204 Touchdowns.

It will be interesting to see how Dalton impacts the Dallas offense, or if he even gets a chance to get on the field. The Cowboys currently have their franchise tag on QB Dak Prescott and hope to sign him to a new deal before the July 15th deadline.

Reports: Jameis Winston To Sign With The Saints

Former Buccaneers’ QB expected to sign a one-year deal with New Orleans

After an off-season of QBs moving all over the place, it appears that Jameis Winston will be continuing his NFL career in the NFC South. Earlier today, sources told Yahoo Sports the former number one overall draft pick is finalizing a deal with the New Orleans Saints. The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport is reporting that the deal between Winston and New Orleans is for only one year. The details of Winston’s salary for this upcoming season have not yet been released.

Previously, Jameis Winston had been serving as Quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since the start of the 2015 season. After Tampa Bay signed QB Tom Brady this off-season, the Bucs decided to let Winston’s contract expire, allowing him to become a free agent. After more than a month of trades and acquisitions, Winston finally has a new home.

Sources told Yahoo Sports that Winston’s role in the Saints’ offense is not yet clear. Furthermore, the sources are saying that Winston is not guaranteed the back-up job behind starting QB Drew Brees. It appears that Winston will have to compete with QB Taysom Hill for the number two spot on the Quarterback depth chart. New Orleans also selected Mississippi State Quarterback Tommy Stevens in a later round of this year’s NFL Draft, so Winston will likely have to compete against Stevens as well.

Jameis Winston has played in the NFL for five seasons after being taken with the number one overall pick in the 2015 Draft by Tampa Bay. Over the last five years, Winston has completed 61.3% of his passes for 19737 Passing Yards and 121 Passing Touchdowns. Winston earned Pro Bowl honors in 2015 and also led the NFL in passing yards last season as well as interceptions thrown. He turned 26 this past January.

49ers Lose One Star But Gain Another

Niners traded for OT Trent Williams before Joe Staley announced retirement

The San Francisco 49ers are shaking things up on the offensive line. Earlier today, the Niners announced they acquired Former Pro Bowler Trent Williams from the Washington Redskins. Following that trade announcement, OT Joe Staley, a 13-year veteran in the NFL, announced his retirement from the league.

The 49ers received Trent Williams in the trade with Washington. In exchange, the Redskins received a fifth-round pick in this year’s draft and a third-round pick in next year’s draft. The Niners said that the trade will become official once Williams passes a physical.

Following Williams’ acquisition, more surprising news came out of San Francisco. Around noon today, Offensive Tackle Joe Staley announced his retirement from the NFL. The 35-year-old spent 13 years in the league and played with San Fran his entire career. He was elected to six Pro Bowls and was also named a Second-Team All-Pro three years in a row from 2011-2013. Last month, Staley was named a member of the NFL’s 2010s All-Decade Team.

After being drafted in 2010, Trent Williams went on to make 119 starts in his nine-year tenure with the Washington Redskins. During that time, Williams was elected to seven-consecutive Pro Bowls from 2013 to 2019. He was also honored as a Second-Team All-Pro in 2015. Williams did not play in a single game with Washington last season after his request to be traded to another team was not honored by the Redskins’ front office prior to the beginning of the 2019 season. Williams is set to turn 32-years-old this July.

The San Francisco 49ers finished last season as the NFC Champions after defeating the Green Bay Packers. They went on to face the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl LIV. The Chiefs would end up winning the game 31-20.

NFL Draft Day Three Results

We have all the picks made during the second and third rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft

We are two-thirds of the way through the NFL Draft now that days one and two are in the books. We have all the results from Day Two of the draft which was held tonight virtually. Here are the picks that were made in rounds two and three of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Round Four

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (107)CINLB Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian St2019 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year
2 (108)WASOT Saahdiq Charles, LSU
3 (109)(DET to LV)
LV
OG John Simpson, Clemson2019 Consensus First-Team All-American
4 (110)NYGCB Darnay Holmes, UCLA
5 (111)(MIA to HOU, HOU to MIA)
MIA
OG Solomon Kindley, Georgia
6 (112)LACRB Joshua Kelley, UCLA2019 Second-Team All-Pac 12
7 (113)CARCB Troy Pride, Notre Dame
8 (114)ARZOT Leki Fotu, Utah2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
9 (115)CLETE Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic
10 (116)JAXOT Ben Bartch, St. John’s (Minn.)
11 (117)(TB to SF, SF to MIN)
MIN
EDGE DJ Wonnum, South Carolina
12 (118)DENTE Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri
13 (119)ATLLB Mykal Walker, Fresno St
14 (120)NYJRB La’Mical Perine, Florida
15 (121)(LV to DET)
DET
OG Logan Stenberg, Kentucky2019 Second-Team All-SEC
16 (122)INDQB Jacob Eason, WashingtonCareer Stats; 26 Starts, 59.8% completion, 5590 Passing Yards, 39 Passing TDs
17 (123)DALCB Reggie Robinson II, Tulsa
18 (124)PITRB Anthony McFarland, Maryland
19 (125)(CHI to NE, NE to NYJ)
NYJ
QB James Morgan, Florida International
20 (126)(LA to HOU)
HOU
OT Charlie Heck, UNC
21 (127)PHIS K’von Wallace, Clemson2019 Third-Team All-ACC
22 (128)BUFWR Gabriel Davis, UCF2019 First-Team All-AAC
23 (129)(NE to BAL, BAL to NE, NE to NYJ)
NYJ
OG Cameron Clarke, Charlotte
24 (130)(NO to MIN)
MIN
DE James Lynch, Baylor
25 (131)(HOU to ARZ)
ARZ
DT Rashard Lawrence, LSU
26 (132)MINLB Troy Dye, Oregon2017, 2018, & 2019 Second-Team All-Pac 12
27 (133)SEATE Colby Parkinson, Stanford
28 (134)(BAL to ATL)
ATL
S Jaylinn Hawkins, California
29 (135)(TEN to MIA, MIA to PIT)
PIT
OG Kevin Dotson, Louisiana-Lafayette
30 (136)(GB to MIA, MIA to HOU, HOU to LA)
LAR
TE Bryce Hopkins, PurdueAP Big Tight End of the Year, 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
31 (137)(SF to DEN, DEN to JAX)
JAX
CB Josiah Scott, Michigan St
32 (138)KCS La’Jarius Sneed, Louisiana Tech
33* (139)(TB to NE, NE to LV)
LV
CB Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech
34* (140)(CHI to JAX)
JAX
LB Shaquille Quarterman, Miami2018 & 2019 First-Team All-ACC
35* (141)(MIA to HOU)
HOU
CB John Reid, Penn St
36* (142)WASWR Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty
37* (143)BALOG Ben Bredeson, Michigan
38* (144)SEARB DeeJay Dallas, Miami
39* (145)PHIOT Jack Driscoll, Auburn
40* (146)(PHI to DAL)
DAL
C Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin2019 Rimington Trophy Winner, 2019 Consensus All-American
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY | * = compensatory pick

Round Five

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (147)CINEDGE Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame
2 (148)(WAS to CAR, CAR to SEA)
SEA
EDGE Alton Robinson, Syracuse2018 Second-Team All-ACC
3 (149)(DET to IND)
IND
OG Danny Pinter, Ball St2019 First-Team All-MAC
4 (150)NYGOG Shane Lemieux, Oregon2018 & 2019 Second-Team All-Pac 12
5 (151)LACWR Joe Reed, Virginia
6 (152)CARS Kenny Robinson, West VirginiaPreviously played in the XFL in 2020
7 (153)(MIA to SF)
SF
OT Colton McKivitz, West Virginia
9 (154)(JAX to PIT, PIT to MIA)
MIA
DE Jason Strowbridge, UNC
10 (155)(CLE to BUF, BUF to MIN, MIN to CHI)
CHI
DE Trevis Gipson, Tulsa
11 (156)(DEN to SF, SF to WAS)
WAS
C Keith Ismael, San Diego St
12 (157)(ATL to BAL to JAX)
JAX
S Daniel Thomas, Auburn
13 (158)NYJCB Bryce Hall, Virginia2018 Second-Team All-American
14 (159)(LV to NE)
NE
K Justin Rohrwasser, MarshallTeam cut K Stephen Gostkowski this off-season
15 (160)(IND to CLE)
CLE
C Nick Harris, Washington
16 (161)TBWR Tyler Johnson, Minnesota2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
17 (162)(PIT to SEA, SEA to WAS)
WAS
LB Khaleke Hudson, Michigan
18 (163)CHICB Kindle Vildor, Georgia Southern
19 (164)(DAL to PHI, PHI to MIA)
MIA
EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise St
20 (165)(LA to JAX)
JAX
WR Collin Johnson, Texas
21 (166)(PHI to DET)
DET
WR Quintez Cephus, WisconsinLed Badgers in Receptions, Receiving Yards, and Receiving TDs
22 (167)BUFQB Jake Fromm, GeorgiaCareer Stats: 63.3% completion rate, 8236 yards, and 78 Passing TDs
23 (168)(NE to PHI)
PHI
WR John Hightower, Boise St
24 (169)(NO to MIN)
MIN
CB Harrison Hand, Temple
25 (170)(MIN to BAL)
BAL
DT Broderick Washington, Texas Tech
26 (171)HOUWR Isaiah Coulter, Rhode Island
27 (172)(SEA to DET, DET to NE, NE to LV, LV to DET)
DET
RB Jason Huntley, New Mexico St
28 (173)(BAL to LA, LA to MIA, MIA to PHI, PHI to CHI)
CHI
WR Darnell Mooney, Tulane2018 Second-Team All-AAC
29 (174)TENDT Larell Murchison, North Carolina St
30 (175)GBLB Kamal Martin, Minnesota
31 (176)(SF to MIN)
MIN
WR KJ Osborn, MiamiTransferred to Miami from Buffalo
32 (177)KCEDGE Michael Danna, Michigan
33* (178)DENLB Justin Strnard, Wake Forest
34* (179)DALEDGE Bradlee Anae, Utah2019 Consensus First-Team All-American
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY | * = compensatory pick

Round Six

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (180)CINOG Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas2019 First-Team All-Big 12, 2018 Second-Team All-Big 12
2 (181)(WAS to DEN)
DEN
OG Netane Muti, Fresno St
3 (182)(DET to IND, IND to NE)
IND
OG Mike Onwenu, Michigan
4 (183)NYGLB Cameron Brown, Penn St
5 (184)CARDT Bravvion Roy, Baylor2019 Pre-Season All-Big 12
6 (185)MIALS Blake Ferguson, LSU
7 (186) LACS Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame2019 Preseason Second-Team All-American
8 (187)(ARZ to CLE)
CLE
WR Donovan Peoples-Jones2018 & 2019 Third-Team All-Big Ten
9 (188)(CLE to BUF)
BUF
K Tyler Bass, Georgia SouthernNamed to an All-Sun Belt Conference team three straight years
10 (189)JAXQB Jake Luton, Orgeon St2019 Honorable Mention All-Pac 12
11 (190)(ATL to PHI, PHI to SF)
SF
TE Charlie Woerner, Georgia
12 (191)NYJP Braden Mann, Texas A&M2019 Second-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-SEC
13 (192)(LV to GB)
GB
OG Jon Runyan, Michigan2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
14 (193)INDDT Rob Windsor, Penn St
15 (194)TBDT Khalil Davis, Nebraska2019 Third-Team All-Big Ten
16 (195)(DEN to NE)
NE
OG Justin Herron, Wake Forest
17 (196)(CHI to PHI)
PHI
LB Shaun Bradley, Temple
18 (197)(DAL to MIA, MIA to IND, IND to DET)
DET
OG John Penisini, Utah
19 (198)PITS Antoine Brooks Jr, Maryland
20 (199)LARS Jordan Fuller, Ohio St2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
21 (200)(PHI to CHI to PHI)
PHI
WR Quez Watkins, Southern Mississippi2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Conference USA
22 (201)(BUF to MIN, MIN to BAL)
BAL
WR James Proche, Southern Methodist
23 (202)(NE to ARZ)
ARZ
LB Evan Weaver, California2019 First-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
24 (203)(NO to MIN)
MIN
OG Blake Brandel, Oregon St
25 (204)(HOU to NE)
NE
LB Cassh Maluia, Wyoming
26 (205)MINS Josh Metellus, Michigan
27 (206)(SEA to JAX)
JAX
TE Tyler Davis, Georgia Tech
28 (207)(BAL to NE, NE to BUF)
BUF
WR Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon St
29 (208)(TEN to GB)
GB
C Jake Hanson, Oregon
30 (209)GBOG Simon Stepaniak, Indiana2019 All-Big Ten Honorable Mention
31 (210)(SF to PHI)
PHI
OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn
32 (211)(KC to NYJ)
NYJ
DB Isaiah Rodgers, Massachusetts
33* (212)(NE to IND)
IND
WR Dezmon Patmon, Washington St
34* (213)(NE to IND)
IND
LB Jordan Glasgow, Michigan
35* (214)SEAWR Freddie Swain, FloridaLed Gators in receiving TDs in 2019
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY | * = compensatory pick

Round Seven

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (215)CINLB Markus Bailey, PurdueOhio-Native
2 (216)WASS Kamren Curl, Arkansas
3 (217)(DET to SF)
SF
WR Jauan Jennings, TennesseePlayed in all games this season despite suffering a knee injury this summer
4 (218)NYGEDGE Carter Coughlin, Minnesota
5 (219)(MIA to MIN, MIN to BAL)
BAL
S Geno Stone, Iowa
6 (220)LACWR KJ Hill, Ohio St
7 (221)CARCB Stanley Thomas-Oliver, Florida International
8 (222)ARZRB Eno Benjamin, Arizona St2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
9 (223)JAXCB Chris Claybook, Memphis
10 (224)(CLE to TEN)
TEN
QB Cole McDonald, Hawaii2019 Finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
11 (225)(NYJ to BAL, BAL to MIN)
MIN
DE Kenny Willekes, Michigan St
12 (226)(LV to CHI)
CHI
OG Arlington Hambright, Colorado
13 (227)(IND to MIA, MIA to PHI, PHI to CHI)
CHI
OG Lachavious Simmons, Tennessee St2019 All-Pac 12 Honorable Mention
14 (228)(TB to PHI, PHI to ATL)
ATL
P Sterling Hofrichter, Syracuse
15 (229)(DEN to WAS)
WAS
EDGE, James Smith-Williams, North Carolina St
16 (230)(ATL to NE)
NE
C Dustin Woodard, Memphis
17 (231)DALQB Ben DiNucci, James Madison
18 (232)PITDT Carlos Davis, NebraskaAlso participated in Track at Nebraska
19 (233)(CHI to PHI)
PHI
EDGE Casey Toohill, Stanford2019 finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy
20 (234)LARLB Clay Johnston, Baylor
21 (235)(PHI to NE, NE to DET)
DET
DT Jashon Cornell, Ohio St
22 (236)(BUF to CLE, CLE to GB)
GB
DB Vernon Scott, TCU
23 (237)(NE to DEN, DEN to TEN, TEN to KC)
KC
CB Bopete Keys, Tulane2019 All-AAC Honorable Mention
24 (238)(NO to NYG)
NYG
LB TJ Brunson, South Carolina
25 (239)(MIN to BUF)
BUF
CB Dane Jackson, Pittsburgh2019 Second-Team All-ACC
26 (240)(HOU to NO)
NO
QB Tommy Stevens, Mississippi St
27 (241)(SEA to NE, NE to TB)
TB
LB Chapelle Russell, TempleTemple’s Male Comeback Athlete of the Year in 2018
28 (242)(BAL to GB)
GB
EDGE Jonathan Garvin, Miami
29 (243)TENDB Chris Jackson, Marshall
30 (244)(GB to CLE, CLE to NO, NO to MIN)
MIN
QB Nate Stanley, Iowa2019 Big-Ten Honorable Mention
31 (245)(SF to TB)
TB
RB Raymond Calais, Louisiana-Lafayette
32 (246)(KC to MIA)
MIA
WR Malcolm Perry, Navy2018 AAC Offensive Player of the Year, Played QB at Navy
33* (247)NYGCB Chris Williamson, Minnesota
34* (248)(HOU to LAR)
LAR
K Sam Sloman, Miami (Ohio)
35* (249)MINS Brian Cole II, Mississippi St
36* (250)(HOU to LAR)
LAR
OG Tremayne Anchrum, Clemson2019 First-Team All-Acc
37* (251)(MIA to SEA)
SEA
TE Stephen Sullivan, LSU
38* (252)DENWR Tyrie Cleveland, Florida
39* (253)MINOG Kyle Hinton, Washburn
40* (254)DENEDGE Derrek Tuszka, North Dakota St
41* (255)NYGLB Tae Crowder, Georgia2020 Mr. Irrelevant (Title given to last player picked in the NFL Draft)
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY | * = compensatory pick

This concludes the 2020 NFL Draft. Continue checking oddsusa.com for more NFL Off-Season and Preseason updates.

NFL Draft Day Two Results

We have all the picks made during the second and third rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft

We are two-thirds of the way through the NFL Draft now that days one and two are in the books. We have all the results from Day Two of the draft which was held tonight virtually. Here are the picks that were made in rounds two and three of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Round Two

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (33)CINWR Tee Higgins, Clemson
2019 First-Team All-ACC, 2018 CFP National Champion
2 (34)(WAS to IND)
IND
WR, Michael Pittman Jr, USC
2019 Second-Team All-American, 2019 & 2017 First-Team All-Pac 12
3 (35)DETRB D’Andre Swift, Georgia
2019 First-Team All-SEC, 6th in UGA History in Yards From Scrimmage
4 (36)NYGS Xavier McKinney, Alabama
2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2018 Orange Bowl Defensive MVP
5 (37)(LAC to NE)
NE
S Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Rhyne
2019 Cliff Harris Award for Small College Defensive Player of the Year
6 (38)CARDE Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn St
2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
7 (39)MIAOG Robert Hunt, Louisiana-Lafayette
2019 First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference, 2018 Second-Team All-Sun Belt Conference
8 (40)(ARZ to HOU)
HOU
DT Ross Blacklock, TCU
2019 First-Team All-Big 12, 2017 Freshman All-American
9 (41)(CLE to IND)
IND
RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
2018 & 2019 First-Team All-American, 6th in Career Rushing Yards in DI History
10 (42)JAXWR Laviska Shenault, Colorado
2019 Second-Team All-Pac 12, 2018 First-Team All-Pac 12
11 (43)(LV to CHI)
CHI
TE Cole Kmet, Notre Dame
Highest Graded TE Draft Prospect on NFL.com
12 (44)(IND to CLE)
CLE
DB Grant Delpit, LSU
2018 & 2019 Consensus All-American, 2019 CFP National Champion
13 (45)TBDB Antoine Winfield Jr, Minnesota
2019 Unanimous First-Team All-American, Dad played in NFL
14 (46)DENWR KJ Hamler, Penn St
2019 Second-Team All-Big Ten
15 (47)ATLDT Marlon Davidson, Auburn
2019 First-Team All-SEC
16 (48)(NYJ to SEA)
SEA
DE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee
38 college games: 118 Tackles, 26.5 TFL, 19.5 Sacks, 6 FF, 4 FR, 7 PBs
17 (49)PITWR Chase Claypool, Notre Dame
Notre Dame’s Leading Receiver in 2019
18 (50)CHICB Jaylon Johnson, Utah
2019 Second-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
19 (51)DALCB Trevon Diggs, Alabama
2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2018 CFP National Champion
20 (52)LARRB Cam Akers, Florida St
2019 Second-Team All-ACC, #1 RB coming out of High School
21 (53)PHIQB Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
2019 Heisman Trophy Runner-Up, 2019 First-Team All-Big 12, 2018 CFP National Champion
22 (54)BUFDE AJ Epenesa, Iowa
2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
23 (55)(NE to ATL, ATL to BAL)
BAL
RB JK Dobbins, Ohio State
2019 First-Team All-American, 2nd in career rushing yards in Ohio State history
24 (56)(NO to MIA)
MIA
DT Raekwon Davis, Alabama
2018 & 2019 Second-Team All-SEC, 2017 CFP National Champion
25 (57)(HOU to LAR)
LAR
WR Van Jefferson, Florida
Career: 175 Rec, 2159 Rec Yds, 16 Rec TDs
26 (58)MINOT Ezra Cleveland, Boise St
2018 & 2019 First-Team All-MWC
27 (59)(SEA to NYJ)
NYJ
WR Denzel Mims, Baylor
2019 First-Team All-Big 12
28 (60)(BAL to NE)
NE
LB Josh Uche, Michigan
2019 Second-Team All-Big Ten
29 (61)TENCB Kristian Fulton, LSU
2019 Second-Team All-SEC, 2019 CFP National Champion
30 (62)GBRB AJ Dillon, Boston College
2017 2018 & 2019 First-Team All-ACC
31 (63)(SF to KC)
KC
LB Willie Gay Jr, Mississippi ST
Career: 99 tackles, six sacks, three interceptions, and a touchdown
32 (64)(KC to SEA, SEA to CAR)
CAR
DB Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois
2019 Second-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team ALL-MVFC
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY

Round Three

Pick (Overall Choice)TeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1 (65)CINLB Logan Wilson, Wyoming2019 First-Team All-MWC, 2016 MWC Freshman of the Year
2 (66)WASWR/RB Antonio Gibson, Memphis2019 First-Team All-AAC
3 (67)DETOLB Julian Okwara, Notre Dame2019 Second-Team Preseason All-American, 2019 Team Captain
4 (68)(NYG to NYJ)
NYJ
DB Ashtyn Davis, California2019 Second-Team All-Pac 12, 2018 First-Team All-Pac 12
5 (69)(CAR to SEA)
SEA
OG Damien Lewis, LSU2019 Second-Team All-SEC
6 (70)MIADB Brandon Jones, Texas2019 Second-Team All-Big 12
7 (71)(LAC to NE, NE to BAL)
BAL
DT Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M2019 Second-Team All-SEC
8 (72)ARZOT Josh Jones, Houston2019 Second-Team All-AAC
9 (73)JAXDT Davon Hamilton, Ohio St2019 Third-Team All-Big Ten
10 (74)(CLE to NO)
NO
LB Zack Baun, Wisconsin2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
11 (75)(IND to DET)
DET
OG Jonah Jackson, Ohio St2019 Third-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
12 (76)TBRB Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt2018 SEC Newcomer of the Year
13 (77)DENCB Michael Ojemudia, Iowa2019 Third-Team All-Big Ten
14 (78)ATLC Matt Hennessy, Temple2019 Third-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-AAC
15 (79)NYJDE Jabari Zuniga, Florida2019 Preseason First-Team All-SEC, Missed time Senior Season due to injury
16 (80)LVWR Lynn Bowden, Kentucky2019 Paul Hornung Award Winner for the most versatile all-around player
17 (81)(CHI to LV)
LV
WR Bryan Edwards, South Carolina2019 Second-Team All-SEC
18 (82)DALDT Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma2019 Second-Team All-Big 12
19 (83)(PIT to DEN)
DEN
C Lloyd Cushenberry III, LSU2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2019 CFP National Champion
20 (84)LARLB Terrell Lewis, Alabama2019 Second-Team All-SEC, 2017 CFP National Champion, Missed 25 career games due to injury
21 (85)(PHI to DET, DET to IND)
IND
S Julian Blackmon, Utah2019 First-Team All-Pac 12, Tore ACL in 2019 bowl game
22 (86)BUFRB Zack Moss, UtahUtah Career leader in yards, carries, TDs and 100+ yard games, 2019 First Team All-Pac 12, 2019 Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year
23 (87)NELB Anfernee Jennings, Alabama2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2015 & 2017 CFP National Champion
24 (88)(NO to CLE)
CLE
DT Jordan Elliot, Missouri2019 Second-Team All-American
25 (89)MINDB Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi St2018 Second-Team All-SEC
26 (90)HOULB Jonathan Greenard, Florida2019 First-Team All-SEC
27 (91)(SEA to HOU, HOU to LV, LV to NE)
NE
TE Devin Asiasi, UCLA2019 Honorable Mention All-Pac 12
28 (92)BALWR Devin Duvernay, Texas2019 First-Team All-Big 12, 3rd in the country receptions last season
29 (93)TENRB Darrynton Evans, Appalachian St2019 Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Year, 2018 & 2019 First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference
30 (94)GBTE Josiah Deguara, Cincinnati2019 First-Team All-AAC
31 (95)(SF TO DEN)
DEN
DT McTelvin Agim, ArkansasLed Arkansas in Sacks and Tackles For Loss in 2019
32 (96)KCOT Lucas Niang, TCU2018 Second-Team All-Big 12, missed seven games last year due to injury
33*
(97)
(HOU to CLE)
CLE
LB Jacob Philips, LSULed LSU players in tackle in 2019
34* (98)(NE to BAL)
BAL
LB Malik Harrison, Ohio St2019 Third-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-Big Ten
35* (99)NYGOT Matt Peart, UConn2019 First-Team All-AAC
36* (100)(NE to LV)
LV
LB Tanner Muse, Clemson2019 Third-Team All-American, 2019 First-Team All-ACC
37* (101)(SEA to NYJ, NYJ to NE)
NE
TE Dalton Keene, Virginia Tech2018 All-ACC Honorable Mention
38* (102)PITLB Alex Highsmith, Charlotte2019 Third-Team All-American, Charlotte record 20 career sacks
39* (103)PHILB Davion Taylor, Colorado2019 All-Pac 12 Honorable Mention, ran track at Colorado
40* (104)LARS Terrell Burgess, Utah116 career tackles and one interception
41* (105)(MIN to NO)
NO
TE Adam Trautman, Dayton2019 Pioneer Football League Offensive Player of the Year, 2019 First-Team All-PFL, Highest player drafted to NFL in Dayton history
42* (106)BALOT Tyre Phillips, Mississippi StPlayed both Tackle positions in college
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY | * = compensatory pick

The third day of the NFL Draft continues tomorrow with rounds four through seven. The fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft begins tomorrow at 12 PM EST.

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First Round Of NFL’s Virtual Draft Goes Smoothly

NFL announced record viewership for the first round of the league’s first-ever fully-virtual draft

The first round of the 2020 NFL Draft was a complete success. The NFL announced earlier today that the first round of the virtual draft was the most-watched draft telecast in league history. More than 15.6 million people tuned in to watch the Draft. The previous record was 12.4 million viewers during the 2014 NFL Draft.

It is also worth noting that the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft did not present any technical or broadcasting issues. This comes after the league held a mock virtual draft on Monday that featured a wide variety of issues like communications difficulties and bandwidth problems.

The first three picks went as predicted. LSU QB Joe Burrow was selected with the first overall pick by the Cincinnati Bengals. After that, the Washington Redskins chose Ohio State DE Chase Young with the number two overall pick. Lastly, the Lions picked Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah with the third pick in the first round. The three became the first three former teammates ever selected with the first three picks in the NFL Draft. Okudah, Young, and Burrow were all members of the 2017 Ohio State Buckeyes’ football team.

The SEC also set a new draft record. On Thursday night, 15 SEC players were selected in the first round of the draft. ESPN Stats and Info is saying that this is an NFL common draft record. The previous record for first-round picks from a single conference was 12 by the ACC in 2006 and 12 by the SEC in 2013 and 2017.

Four Quarterbacks were drafted in the first round yesterday. Joe Burrow was chosen by Cincy, Tua Tagovailoa was picked by Miami, Justin Herbert was selected by the Chargers, and the Packers traded up to the 26th spot from 30 to draft Utah State QB Jordan Love. The Packers’ GM said, “I haven’t connected with Aaron yet, but obviously he’s been through this and he’s a pro and it’s something that’s a long-term decision… the way the board fell, this was just the best decision for the Packers. Aaron has been around a long time, and he understands what we’re playing for.” Aaron Rodgers will be turning 37 this coming December.

The Miami Dolphins ended up using three first-round selections last night. They had the most first-round picks of any team in this year’s draft. The following teams did not have a first-round pick last night: the Rams, the Texans, the Bills, the Bears, the Colts, and the Steelers.

The NFL Draft continues later tonight with the second and third rounds. The second round of the draft is scheduled to begin at 7 PM EST on ESPN, ABC, and the NFL Network.

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2020 NFL Draft First Round Results

The first 32 picks of this year’s NFL Draft were made this evening.

The first round of the 2020 NFL Draft was held virtually earlier tonight. Here are all the selections that were made in tonight’s portion of the NFL Draft.

PickTeamPosition & Player, SchoolNotes
1CINQB Joe Burrow, LSUWon 2019 Heisman Trophy & 2020 CFP National Championship Game
2WASEDGE Chase Young, Ohio StWon 2019 Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year award
3DETCB Jeff Okudah, Ohio St2019 Unanimous All-American
4NYGOT Andrew Thomas, Georgia2019 Unanimous All-American, 2019 Jacobs Blocking Trophy Winner
5MIAQB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama2018 All-American, 2018 SEC Player of the Year, 2018 CFP National Champion
6LACQB Justin Herbert, OregonNamed 2019 “Academic Heisman” (William V. Campbell Trophy winner)
7CARDT Derrick Brown, Auburn2019 Unanimous All-American, 2019 SEC Defensive Player of the Year
8ARZLB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson2019 Unanimous All-American, 2019 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, 2018 CFP National Champion
9JAXCB CJ Henderson, Florida2019 First-Team All-SEC
10CLEOT Jedrick Wills Jr, Alabama2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2017 CFP National Champion
11NYJOT Mekhi Becton, Louisville2019 First-Team All-ACC, 2019 Jacobs Blocking Award Winner, 6’7″ and 364 lbs
12LVWR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama4.27 40-yard-dash, Fastest 40-yard-dash at 2020 NFL combine
13(IND to SF to TB)
TB
OT Tristan Wirfs, Iowa2019 Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year
14 (TB to SF)
SF
DT Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina2019 First-Team All-SEC
15DENWR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama2018 Biletnikoff Award Winner, 2018 & 2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2017 CFP National Champion
16ATLCB AJ Terrell, Clemson2019 First-Team All-ACC, 2018 CFP National Champion
17DALWR CeeDee Lamb, OklahomaConsensus 2019 All-American, 2019 First-Team All-Big 12, 2019 Biletnikoff Award Finalist
18(PIT to MIA)
MIA
OT Austin Jackson, USC2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
19(CHI to LV)
LV
CB Damon Arnette, Ohio St2019 Second-Team All-Big Ten
20(LAR to JAX)
JAX
EDGE, K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU2019 First-Team All-SEC, 2020 CFP National Champion
21PHIWR Jalen Reagor, TCUTwo-time Second-team All-Big 12
22(BUF to MIN)
MIN
WR Justin Jefferson, LSULed Country in Receptions (2019), 2020 CFP National Champion
23(NE to LAC)
LAC
LB Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma2019 First-Team All-Big 12
24NOC Cesar Ruiz, Michigan2019 Second-Team All-Big Ten
25(MIN to SF)
SF
WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona St2019 First-Team All-Pac 12
26(HOU to MIA to GB)
GB
QB Jordan Love, Utah St2018 Second-Team All-MWC
27SEALB Jordyn Brooks, Texas TechFirst-Team All-Big 12
28BALLB Patrick Queen, LSU2019 CFP National Champion
29TENOT Isaiah Wilson, Georgia2019 Secon-Team All-SEC
30(GB to MIA)
MIA
CB Noah Igbinoghene, AuburnPlayed WR as a Freshman, 91 tackles & one interception in two seasons as a starter
31(SF to MIN)
MIN
CB Jeff Gladney, TCUFirst-Team All-Big 12
32KCRB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSUFirst-Team All-SEC, 2020 CFP National Champion
(XX to YY) indicates a trade. Team XX traded their pick to Team YY

The NFL Draft continues tomorrow with rounds two and three. The second round of the NFL Draft begins tomorrow at 7 PM EST.

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Joe Burrow Welcomed To Cincinnati A Day Before The Draft

Report: Bengals’ President officially welcomed the LSU QB to Cincinnati on Wednesday

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Mike Brown, the President of the Cincinnati Bengals, officially welcomed LSU QB Joe Burrow to the team on Wednesday. Schefter tweeted that Brown sent a letter to Burrow and his family saying “… that he looks forward ‘to building championship football teams with you for many years to come.'” Burrow is the top-ranked QB prospect on ESPN.com and NFL.com.

Schefter said the letter from Brown to the Burrow family also came with a special gift. Brown sent jerseys with the number nine to the entire family. Adam Schefter is saying Burrow will officially wear number nine while playing with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Joe Burrow had one of the best seasons of all-time as a College Football Quarterback this past year. In 15 games as a starter his senior year, he went 15-0 and led LSU to a victory in the 2020 College Football National Championship Game. Last season, Burrow threw for 60 Touchdowns and had a Rating of 202.0, both of which are single-season College Football records. He also led the NCAA this year in passing yards and completion percentage.

The first round of the NFL Draft will air tonight. The Draft is set to begin at 8:00 PM EST and can be viewed on ESPN, ABC, and the NFL Network.

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2020 NFL Draft Starts Tonight

The three-day-long, virtual drafting process begins this evening

The long off-season wait for football’s next stars is over. The 85th NFL Draft will begin tonight starting at 8:00. Tonight will be the first round of the annual selection process. The draft will be held virtually for the first time in NFL History. The 2020 Draft was originally scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, NV live, but the NFL decided to move ahead with a virtual format for the safety and protection of players, staffers, and fans amid the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The NFL Draft is the league’s annual selection process where professional teams pick college players to join their franchise. The draft consists of 255 total selections in seven rounds. This year’s draft is spread across three days. The first-round will be held tonight, then the second and third round tomorrow, followed by rounds four through seven on Saturday.

The Miami Dolphins have the most picks in this year’s draft with 14 overall. Meanwhile, the Saints and Chiefs are tied at five for the fewest total picks. There are six teams that do not have a first-round pick tonight: Pittsburgh, the LA Rams, Chicago, Buffalo, Indianapolis, and Houston.

The Cincinnati Bengals have the first overall pick in the 2020 Draft. This will be the fourth time in team history that the Bengals have had the top choice in the draft and the first time drafting number one overall since 2003. There seems to be a consensus that LSU QB Joe Burrow will be who the Bengals take with the top pick. Bleacher Report, NFL.com, ESPN, and CBS Sports all predict Cincy winds up taking Joe Burrow, but we will find out tonight.

The NFL Draft will be airing live starting tonight on the NFL Network, ABC, and ESPN. The NFL will also be hosting “Draft-A-Thon Live,” a live-stream supporting COVID-19 relief efforts featuring former NFL Greats and other celebrities. Round One of the 2020 NFL Draft begins tonight at 8:00 PM EST.

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Update: Gronkowski Traded To Buccaneers

We have new information regarding the trade between New England and Tampa Bay

An NFL legend is coming out of retirement and returning to the football field. According to Adam Schefter’s sources, Tight End Rob Gronkowski officially passed his physical, which means he is now officially a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Gronkowski will now be reunited with former teammate Tom Brady.

Around 4:00 PM EST earlier today, Adam Schefter reported that sources told ESPN the Pats were trading Gronk to the Buccaneers. The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said that the Patriots will receive the Bucs’ Fourth-Round pick in the NFL draft in exchange for Gronkowski and a Seventh-Round Pick. The trade was later confirmed by Gronk’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.

Rosenhaus also told Schefter that “he [Gronkowski] will honor his current contract at this time.”‬ The Five-time Pro Bowler currently has one year remaining on his contract and is owed $9 million. He is set to turn 31 next month.

Rob Gronkowski initially retired in March of 2019 following nine years with the New England Patriots. In his time off, Gronk joined Fox Sports as an analyst and also signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. While with the company, he hosted Wrestlemania 36 and won the WWE 24/7 Championship.

This will be just the second team Rob Gronkowski has ever played for in the NFL. During the first part of his career with the Patriots, he won three Super Bowls and was named a First-Team All-Pro four times.

Report: Gronkowski Traded To Buccaneers

Patriots and Buccaneers have reportedly agreed to a trade involving Rob Gronkowski

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that the Patriots have agreed to trade TE Rob Gronkowski to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Pats are expected to send Gronk and a Seventh-Round pick to the Bucs for Tampa Bay’s Fourth-Round pick. The trade will become official once Gronkowski passes a physical.

Earlier, Schefter’s sources told him that the teams had been discussing a trade ahead of the NFL Draft on Thursday. Rob Gronkowski is currently under contract for one year and $10 million. He will be turning 31 next month.

Rob Gronkowski initially announced his retirement from the NFL in March of 2019 after a nine-year career. He was named to five Pro Bowls and was a First-Team All-Pro four times during his time with the Patriots. He was also an integral part of three New England Patriot Super Bowl wins.

Gronk had an exciting career outside of football, even though it was brief. He served as an analyst for Fox Sports’ NFL Programming team. He also signed a contract with the WWE in 2020. He went on to host Wrestlemania 36 which aired earlier this month. He also became the WWE 24/7 Champion during his time with the WWE.

Gronkowski never ruled out a return to football during his time away from the game. ESPN says that Gronk always indicated he wanted to reunite with former teammate Tom Brady, who signed with Tampa Bay in March. Now, he will get that opportunity.

This upcoming season will be Gronk’s tenth in the NFL and his first with a team besides the Patriots. He has recorded 521 career receptions for 7861 career receiving yards and 79 Touchdowns during the first nine years of his career.

Report: McCaffrey signing a 4-year extension with Panthers

Pro Bowl RB Christian McCaffrey reportedly signing with Panthers for 4 years, $64M

After an off-season of change, the Panthers are making sure they hold on to one of their key offensive weapons for a long time. Yesterday afternoon, RB Christian McCaffrey reportedly signed a four-year extension with the Carolina Panthers worth $64 million according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The deal would make McCaffrey the highest-paid Running Back in the NFL annually.

McCaffrey was picked by the Panthers with the eighth overall selection in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. The Stanford-product has started in 42 out of 48 career games. In three seasons with Carolina, he has accumulated 5443 total yards and 39 total touchdowns.

McCaffrey had his best season as a pro in 2019. He finished this past year with the most scrimmage yards in NFL as well as most total touches. McCaffrey concluded his 2019 campaign tied with Green Bay’s Aaron Jones for most total TDs in the league. His impressive year earned him a spot in the 2019 Pro Bowl and a spot on the 2019 NFL All-Pro Team.

NFL All-Decade Team Announced

Eight players out of 52 unanimously selected to NFL 2010s All-Decade Team

Earlier today, the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame unveiled the roster for the 2010s All-Decade Team. 52 total players were selected to the team as well as two NFL Head Coaches (Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll). Of the 52 players, eight were unanimous decisions: QB Tom Brady, RB Adrian Peterson, OT Joe Thomas, OG Marshal Yanda, DE JJ Watt, DT Aaron Donald, LB Von Miller, and K Justin Tucker.

The roster below was provided by NFL.com. All teams listed for each player/coach only reflect where that individual was from 2010-2019.

* = the player is not currently on an NFL team

** = the player has retired

OFFENSE

QB: Tom Brady (NE), Aaron Rodgers (GB)

RB: Frank Gore (SF, IND, MIA, BUF), Adrian Peterson (MIN, NO, ARI, WAS) Marshawn Lynch (BUF, SEA, OAK), LeSean McCoy (PHI, BUF, KC)

WR: Antonio Brown* (PIT, NE), Larry Fitzgerald (ARI), Julio Jones (ATL), Calvin Johnson** (DET)

FLEX: Darren Sproles** (SD, NO, PHI)

TE: Rob Gronkowski** (NE), Travis Kelce (KC)

OT: Jason Peters (PHI), Tyron Smith (DAL), Joe Staley (SF), Joe Thomas** (CLE)

OG: Jahri Evans** (NO, GB), Logan Mankins** (NE, TB), Zack Martin (DAL), Marshal Yanda** (BAL)

C: Alex Mack (CLE, ATL), Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)

DEFENSE

DE: Calais Campbell (ARI, JAX), JJ Watt (HOU), Julius Peppers** (CHI, GB, CAR), Cameron Jordan (NO)

DT: Geno Atkins (CIN), Aaron Donald (STL/LAR), Fletcher Cox (PHI), Ndamukong Suh (DET, MIA, LAR, TB)

LB: Chandler Jones (NE, ARI), Luke Kuechly** (CAR), Khalil Mack (OAK, CHI), Von Miller (DEN), Bobby Wagner (SEA), Patrick Willis** (SF)

CB: Patrick Peterson (ARI), Darrelle Revis** (NYJ, TB, NE, KC), Richard Sherman (SEA, SF)

S: Eric Berry* (KC), Earl Thomas (SEA, BAL), Eric Weddle (SD, BAL, LAR)

DB: Tyrann Mathieu (ARI, HOU, KC), Chris Harris Jr (DEN)

SPECIAL TEAMS

P: Johnny Hekker (STL/LAR), Shane Lechler** (OAK, HOU)

K: Stephen Gostkowski* (NE), Justin Tucker (BAL)

PR: Tyreek Hill (KC), Darren Sproles** (SD, NO, PHI)

KR: Devin Hester** (CHI, ATL, BAL, SEA), Cordarrelle Patterson (MIN, OAK, NE CHI)

HEAD COACHES

Bill Belichick (NE)

Pete Carroll (SEA)

The team is comprised of 52 players and two NFL head coaches. Only players who made a Pro Bowl or were chosen to be an AP All-Pro or a player on the Pro Football Writers of America all-conference squad from 2010-2019 were eligible to make the team.

Some individuals who were left off the list include QB Drew Brees, Edge Rusher Terrell Suggs, TE Jason Witten, WR Deandre Hopkins, Edge Rusher DeMarcus Ware, OT Andrew Whitworth, and Head Coach Andy Reid.

The New England Patriots led the way with nine representatives, including Head Coach Bill Belichick. The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals are tied for second place with six honorees each. Teams that were not represented on the list are the Los Angeles Chargers (the Chargers moved to LA in 2017), the New York Giants, and the Tennessee Titans.

Darren Sproles was the only player on the list to be selected for multiple positions. Sproles was chosen as the team’s flex offensive player and punt returner. He is just the fourth player in NFL All-Decade History to be honored at multiple positions. He joins Mel Gray (1990s), Deion Sanders (1990s), and Dante Hall (2000s) as the fourth dual honoree in All-Decade history.

NFL Off-Season Round-Up (Part Two)

Here’s what we know since the new league year began in mid-March.

Arizona Cardinals

-The Cardinals traded away RB David Johnson, a 2020 second round pick, and a 2021 fourth round pick in exchange for the Texans’ fourth round pick this year and WR DeAndre Hopkins. The trade will not become official until both players receive a physical according to Adam Schefter.

RB Kenyan Drake officially signed his contract and OL Justin Murray signed his exclusive rights tender offer.

WR Larry Fitzgerald re-signed with the Cardinals for one year. With incentives, the contract could be worth up to $11 million.

-The Cards agreed to terms with the following players: DL Trevon Coley, RB DJ Foster, LB De’Vondre Campbell, DL Jordan Phillips, LB Devon Kennard.

-The Cards are agreed to bring back OT Marcus Gilbert on a one-year deal.

-Arizona tendered one-year offers to K Zane Gonzalez as an RFA.

-The following players re-signed with the Cards: OT DJ Humphries, Chris Banjo, DL Jonathan Bullard, DB Charles Washington, OL Max Garcia, QB Brett Hundley.

Atlanta Falcons

-The team acquired TE Hayden Hurst and a 2020 fourth round pick from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a second round pick and a fifth round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

-Atlanta is reportedly expected to sign former Pro Bowl RB Todd Gurley to a one-year deal.

-The team agreed to a three-year contract extension with DL Tyeler Davison.

-The Falcons officially agreed to terms with edge rusher Dante FowlerJr, OL Justin McCray, and WR Laquon Treadwell.

-The team announced it has signed DB Sherrod Neasman and former XFL LB Edmond Robinson.

-Atlanta announced it released RB Devonta Freeman.

Baltimore Ravens

-The team traded for DE Calais Campbell. They received Campbell from Jacksonville in exchange for a fifth round pick. The Ravens signed Campbell to a one year deal.

-The Ravens officially signed DE Derek Wolfe to a one-year deal.

-Baltimore placed its franchise tag on edge rusher Matthew Judon.

-The Ravens are reportedly placing an original-round tender on C Matt Skura. Baltimore will not receive any compensation if they do not match a contract offer Skura receives from another team.

-Baltimore is bringing back both CB Jimmy Smith, DE Jihad Ward, and DT Justin Ellis on one-year contracts the team announced on Friday.

-The team agreed to trade DL Chris Wormley and a 2021 seventh round pick to the Steelers for Pittsburgh’s 2021 fifth round pick.

OG Marshall Yanda announced his retirement.

Buffalo Bills

-The Bills acquired WR Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th round pick from the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for Buffalo’s first, fifth, and sixth round picks in the 2020 NFL draft as well as a fourth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

-The team reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with former Panthers’ DE Mario Addison and OG Quniton Spain.

-The Bills are reportedly signing DT Vernon Butler and DE Quinton Jefferson to two-year deals.

-Former Washington CB Josh Norman signed a one-year deal with the Bills worth $6 million.

-The Bills have reached a two-year extension with DB Jordan Poyer.

-Buffalo agreed to a one-year contract with DB Dean Marlowe.

-The team has agreed to terms with CB EJ Gaines and OL Daryl Williams.

Carolina Panthers

-On Wednesday, the Panthers officially signed QB Teddy Bridgewater to a three-year deal.

-The Panthers released Former MVP QB Cam Newton.

-Former Jets’ WR Robby Anderson officially signed with the Panthers for two-years.

-Carolina announced a one year extension with QB Kyle Allen. The Panthers later announced they are reportedly trading Allen to the Redskins.

-Carolina has signed the following players to one-year deals: TE Seth DeValve, WR Seth Roberts, G John Miller, LB Tahir Whitehead, and WR Pharoh Cooper.

-The Panthers signedDE Stephen Weatherly, DB Juston Burris, DL Zach Kerr and XFL standout QB PJ Walker to two-year deals.

-The Panthers have made a trade with the Chargers that will send OG Trai Turner to LA in exchange for OT Russell Okung.

-The Panthers announced they re-signed DB Tre Boston to a three-year deal.

-Carolina announced that they released DB Eric Reid.

Chicago Bears

-Chicago officially traded its fourth-round pick in this year’s draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for QB Nick Foles. GM Ryan Pace said that there will be an “open competition” between Foles and Trubisky.

-Seven players officially signed a contract with the Bears: TE Jimmy Graham, DB Deon Bush, CB Artie Burns, S Jordan Lucas, QB Tyler Bray, DE Brian Urban, and LS Patrick Scales.

DE Robert Quinn officially signed a five-year contract with the Bears while OL Germain Ifedi signed a one-year deal with the team.

-Chicago re-signed LB Danny Trevathan to a three-year contract reportedly worth $21.75 million.

-Chicago has reportedly agreed to a one-year contract with LB Barkevious Mingo.

Cincinnati Bengals

-Cincy is reportedly signing DB Mackensie Alexander to a one-year deal.

-The Bengals are using their franchise tag on veteran WR AJ Green.

DT DJ Reader is reportedly expected to sign a four-year contract worth $53 million.

-Cincinnati is reportedly signing CB Trae Waynes to a three-year deal worth $42 million.

-The Bengals have reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with DB Vonn Bell.

-The team released former first round pick DB Dre Kirkpatrick.

Cleveland Browns

-The Browns agreed to a four-year contract with TE Austin Hooper.

-Former Titans’ OL Jack Conklin has agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns.

-The team signed DT Andrew Billings, C Evan Brown, WR Jojo Natson, CB Donovan Olumba, and LB BJ Goodson.

-Cleveland is reportedly going to sign former first round pick DB Karl Joseph, as well as CB Kevin Johnson and DB Andrew Sendejo.

-Cleveland has agreed to a three-year contract with QB Case Keenum.

-The Browns placed a second-round tender on RFA Running Back Kareem Hunt.

-The team traded away its 7th round pick in next year’s draft to the Broncos in exchange for FB Andy Janovich.

-The Browns are reportedly signing DE Adrian Clayborn to a two-year deal.

Dallas Cowboys

-The Cowboys and WR Amari Cooper are finalizing a five-year, $100 million contract.

-The Cowboys placed an exclusive franchise tag on Quarterback Dak Prescott. Adam Schefter is reporting that no other team is allowed to sign him. On Wednesday, ED Werder reported that long-term contact negotiations have re-opened between the Cowboys and Prescott.

-Former All-Pro C Travis Frederick announced he is retiring.

-Dallas agreed to a three-year deal to bring DT Gerald McCoy to the team.

-The Boys signed LB Aldon Smith to a one-year deal. Smith is reportedly currently suspended by the league, but he has applied for reinstatement.

-The Cowboys have agreed to one-year contracts with DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, TE Blake Bell, LB Sean Lee, DB Darian Thompson, and OL Joe Looney.

K Kai Forbath is reportedly re-signing with the team.

-Dallas reportedly signed CB Anthony Brown to a three-year, $15 million deal.

DL Dontari Poe has agreed to terms with Dallas.

-The team re-signed TE Blake Jarwin to a three-year contract reportedly worth up to $24.25 million.

-The Boys are bringing back CB CJ Goodwin on a one-year contract according to agent Drew Rosenhaus.

-Dallas has agreed to terms with K Greg Zuerlein on a three-year deal.

Denver Broncos

-The Broncos have acquired CB AJ Bouye from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for a 2020 fourth-round pick.

-Denver officially signed two-time Pro Bowl RB Melvin Gordon to a two-year deal.

-Former Lions’ OG Graham Glasgow has agreed to a four-year deal with Denver.

-The Broncos are reportedly signing TE Nick Vannett to a two-year deal.

-Denver placed a second-round tender on DL Mike Purcell.

DL Shelby Harris signed a one-year deal with the Broncos.

-The team has reportedly agreed to trade their seventh-round pick to the Titans for DL Jurrell Casey.

P Sam Martin has reportedly re-signed with the team on a three-year deal.

-Denver placed its franchise tag on S Justin Simmons.

-The Broncos have released QB Joe Flacco.

Detroit Lions

-Detroit has reportedly agreed to trade CB Darius Slay to the Philadelphia Eagles for a third round pick and a fifth round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

-The Lions agreed to terms with LB Jamie Collins, OTHalapoulivaati Vaitai, QB Chase Daniel, DL Danny Shelton, CB Desmond Trufant, WR Geremy Davis, LB Elijah Lee, and LB Reggie Ragland, WR Geronimo Allison,DB Miles Kilebrew, and DT Nick Williams.

-The Lions agreed to a trade with the Patriots that will bring DB Duron Harmon to Detroit.

Green Bay Packers

-The Packers have reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with LB Christian Kirksey. The deal is reportedly worth $16 million.

-Green Bay has reportedly agreed to terms with former Lions’ OT Rick Wagner.

-The Pack are reportedly bringing back TE Mercedes Lewis on a one-year contract.

-Green Bay has agreed to terms with DB Will Redmond.

WR Devin Funchess signed with the Pack.

-The Packers have re-signed returner and RB Tyler Ervin.

Houston Texans

-The Texans have acquired RB David Johnson and a 2020 second round pick in a trade with the Cardinals that sends Arizona WR DeAndre Hopkins as well as fourth-round pick.

-The Texans agreed to terms with the following Unrestricted Free Agents: OT Brent Qvale, WR Randall Cobb, S Eric Murray, and DB Jaylen Watkins.

-Houston announced it agreed to terms with the following players: QBAJ McCarron, CB Phillip Gaines, CB Vernon Hargreaves III, and CB Bradley Roby.

TE Darren Fells has reportedly signed a two-year contract extension with Houston.

-A league source is reporting that the Texans and K Ka’imi Fairbairn have agreed on a four-year deal worth a little more than $17.5 million.

Indianapolis Colts

-The team officially signed QB Philip Rivers.

-The Colts traded for DL DeForest Buckner in a move that will send the San Francisco 49ers the Colts’ first round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Colts are expected to sign Buckner to a huge deal that will pay him $21 million annually.

-The Colts agreed to a contract extension with OL Anthony Castonzo.

-Indy is reportedly re-signing OL Le’Raven Clark.

-The Colts have signed DT Sheldon Day and CB Xavier Rhodes.

Jacksonville Jaguars

-The Jaguars used their franchise tag on edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue.

LB Joe Schobert signed a five-year deal with Jacksonville.

WR Keenan Cole and LB Austin Calitro both received tender offers from the Jags.

CB Darqueze Dennard will sign with the Jags.

-The Jags officially agreed to terms with TE Tyler Eifert, DB Rashaan Melvin, DL Cassius Marsh, DT Al Woods, and DL Rodney Gunter.

-Jacksonville’s trades with Denver and Baltimore have become official.

-The Jags have agreed to re-sign C/G Tyler Shatley and Lerentee McCray.

Kansas City Chiefs

-The Chiefs are expected to use their franchise tag on DL Chris Jones.

-The team picked up a $2.3 million contract option on RB Damien Williams.

-The team announced it is re-signing QB Chad Henne.

-The Chiefs are reportedly re-signing WR Demarcus Robinson.

-Kansas City is reportedly signing CB Antonio Hamilton to a one-year deal.

-KC has reportedly agreed to a deal with OT Mike Remmers.

-The Chiefs reportedly re-structured the contract of WR Sammy Watkins.

Las Vegas Raiders

-The Raiders have signed QBMarcus Mariota, TE Jason Witten, LB Cory Littleton, WR Nelson Agholor, DB Rod Smith, and OL Kyle Wilber.

-Las Vegas has reportedly agreed to a three-year deal worth $21 million with LB Nick Kwiatkoski.

OL Eric Kush announced he has signed a one-year deal with Las Vegas.

CB Damarious Randall reportedly signed a one-year deal with Vegas.

–Sources say CB Eli Apple was unable to finalize a contract with the team.

-Las Vegas is reportedly signing DB Jeff Heath to a two-year, $8 million contract.

DE Carl Nassib is reportedly expected to sign a three-year deal with the Raiders worth up to $28 million.

-The team has re-signed OL Richie Incognito.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with DT Maliek Collins.

Los Angeles Chargers

-The Chargers have agreed to terms with the following players: OT Bryan Bulaga, CB Chris Harris, DT Linval Joseph, and OLB Nick Vigil.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a four-year extension with RB Austin Ekeler worth $24.5 million.

-LA has placed its franchise tag on TE Hunter Henry.

-The Chargers have agreed to trade Russell Okung to the Panthers in exchange for OL Trai Turner.

Los Angeles Rams

LA has agreed to a new deal with OL Austin Blythe.

OL Andrew Whitworth‘s agent announced he is re-signing with the team for three years.

-The Rams are reportedly signing former first round pick LB Leonard Floyd to a one-year deal.

-Los Angeles is reportedly expected to sign DL A’Shawn Robinson to a two-year deal.

-The Rams announced that they are releasing LB Clay Matthews.

-The Rams re-signed DT Michael Brockers to a three-year deal.

Miami Dolphins

-Miami has reportedly agreed to terms with the following free agents: OL Ereck Flowers, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill, LB Elandon Roberts, DL Emmanuel Ogbah, RB Jordan Howard, OL Ted Karras, DL Shaq Lawson, CB Byron Jones, and LB Kyle Van Noy.

-The ‘Phins are re-signed DB Adrian Colbert to a one-year deal.

Minnesota Vikings

-Minnesota will receive the Bills’ first round pick, fifth round pick, and sixth round pick in the 2020 NFL draft as well as a fourth-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft in exchange for WR Stefon Diggs and a 7th round draft pick.

-The team agreed to extensions with QB Kirk Cousins and FB CJ Ham.

-The Vikes officially re-signed RB Ameer Abdullah, P Britton Colquitt, and QB Sean Mannion.

-Minnesota agreed to terms with WR Tajae Sharpe, OT Rashod Hill, and K Dan Bailey.

-The Vikings signed DT Michael Pierce.

-Minnesota is reportedly not expecting DE Everson Griffen to return to the team next season.

-Minnesota used its franchise tag on DB Anthony Harris.

-The Vikings placed a second-round tender on LB Eric Wilson.

New England Patriots

-The Pats have agreed to a a new contract with DB Devin McCourty which will keep him in New England.

-New England has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with QB Brian Hoyer.

Matthew Slater has reportedly agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep him in a Patriots’ uniform.

-New England is reportedly signing DT Beau Allen to a two-year, $8 million contract.

-New England placed its franchise tag on OL Joe Thuney.

-The Patriots are reportedly signing WR Damiere Byrd to a one-year deal.

-The team has reportedly agreed to bring in FB Danny Vitale and DB Adrian Phillips.

-The Pats officially released longtime K Stephen Gostkowski.

New Orleans Saints

-Future Hall of Fame QB Drew Brees is reportedly re-signing with the Saints for two-years and about $50 million.

-The team has agreed to a two-year contract with WR Emmanuel Sanders.

-The Saints agreed to a five-year contract with OL Andrus Peat.

-New Orleans placed a first round tender on RFA QB Taysom Hill.

DB Malcolm Jenkins will reportedly sign with the team for four years to a contract that has a max value of $35 million.

DL David Onyemata signed a three-year contract with New Orleans reportedly worth $27 million.

-New Orleans has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with DB DJ Swearinger.

New York Giants

CB James Bradberry has reportedly agreed to three-year contract with the Giants worth $45 million with $32 million guaranteed.

-The Giants have reportedly agreed to a three-year contract with former Green Bay Packers’ LB Blake Martinez. The contract is expected to be worth $30 million.

-The Giants are reportedly expected to sign former Green Bay LB Kyler Fackrell to a one-year, $4.6 million deal.

-The New York Giants have placed their franchise tag on DL Leonard Williams.

-Big Blue is expected to re-sign LB David Mayo to a three-year contract worth $8.4 million.

-The team is reportedly signing RB Dion Lewis and TE Eric Tomlinson.

-New York reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $6.2 million with TE Levine Toilolo.

DB Nate Ebner has agreed to join the Giants.

-Big Blue is reportedly signing OT Cam Fleming to a one-year deal.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a contract with QB Colt McCoy.

-New York has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with former first round pick WR Corey Coleman.

-Big Blue reportedly agreed to sign DL Austin Johnson.

New York Jets

-The Jets have reportedly agreed to sign former Seahawks’ OT George Fant to a three-year, $27 million contract. The contract is said to have a max value of $30 million.

-Gang Green has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with former Colts’ CB Pierre Desir.

-According to his agent, WR Breshad Perriman will reportedly sign with the Jets.

-The Jets have agreed to terms with OG Alex Lewis.

C Connor McGovern is reportedly going to sign a three-year deal with Gang Green.

-New York has reportedly agreed to sign LB Patrick Onwuasar.

-The Jets have reportedly agreed to re-sign LB Jordan Jenkins to a one-year deal.

CB Brian Poole is re-signing with the Jets for one year according to his agent.

-New York has reportedly agreed to re-sign LB Neville Hewitt and QB David Fales.

-Gang Green has reportedly agreed to sign DB Marqui Christian.

-The team has signed OL Greg Van Roten.

C/G Josh Andrews reportedly signed with the Jets.

LB James Burgess is reportedly signing a one-year deal with the Jets.

-New York released CB Trumaine Johnson.

Philadelphia Eagles

-The Eagles acquired CB Darius Slay in a trade with the Lions in exchange for Philly’s third and fifth round picks in this year’s draft. Slay’s agent says the cornerback also agreed to three-year, $50 million contract extension with Philadelphia.

-The Eagles have reportedly signed DL Javon Hargarve to a three-year contract. The deal is reportedly worth $39 million with $26 million guaranteed.

DB Rodney McLeod has agreed to a two-year contract with Philly.

DB Jalen Mills agreed to a one-year deal with the team.

-Philadelphia has re-signed back-up QB Nate Sudfeld to a one-year contract.

-The Eagles have reportedly agreed to one-year deals with S Will Parks, LB Jatavis Brown, and DB Will Parks.

-The Eagles are reportedly signing CB Nickell Robey-Coleman.

Pittsburgh Steelers

-Pittsburgh is reportedly signing TE Eric Ebron to a two-year deal.

-The team has agreed to trade a 2021 fifth round pick to the Ravens for DT Chris Wormley and a 2021 seventh round selection.

-The Steelers placed their franchise tag on edge rusher Bud Dupree.

-Pittsburgh is reportedly signing FB Derek Watt to a three-year deal.

-The Steelers have reportedly agreed to sign OL Stefan Wisniewski to a two-year contract.

-The Steelers have placed LB Ryan Shazier on the Reserve/Retired List.

San Francisco 49ers

-The 49ers have agreed to re-sign DL Arik Armstead to a five-year contract extension.

-San Francisco re-signed DB Jimmie Ward to a three-year contract.

C Ben Garland is re-signing with the 49ers on a one-year deal.

-San Fran has reportedly re-signed DL Ronald Blair III.

-The Niners are expected to sign WR Travis Benjamin.

Seattle Seahawks

-The Seahawks have reportedly agreed to trade their fifth round pick to Washington for CB Quinton Dunbar.

-Seattle is reportedly signing OL BJ Finney to a two-year deal.

-Former Seahawks Bruce Irvin is expected to return to Seattle after leaving the team in 2016.

TE Greg Olsen agreed to a one-year contract worth $7 million in February.

-The team is reportedly placing a second-round tender on TE Jacob Hollister.

DL Jarran Reed re-signed with the Seahawks on a two-year contract reportedly worth $23 million.

-The team is reportedly signing WR Phillip Dorsett.

-The Seahawks have reportedly agreed to a deal with OT Cedric Ogbuehi.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

QB Tom Brady officially signed a two-year contract with the Bucs. The deal is reportedly worth $50 million guaranteed.

-The Bucs are using their franchise tag on DL Shaquil Barrett, who led the NFL in sacks last season with 19.5.

-Tampa Bay has reportedly re-signed DL Jason Pierre-Paul to a two-year contract worth $27 million.

-Tampa is reportedly signing OL Joe Haeg to a one-year deal.

-The team announced it has agreed to terms with LB Kevin Minter.

DT Ndamukong Suh and CB Ryan Smith re-signed with the team.

Tennessee Titans

-The Tennessee Titans have reportedly agreed to a four-year contract with QB Ryan Tannehill worth $118 million with $62 million guaranteed.

-The Titans have placed their franchise tag on RB Derrick Henry. Henry has reportedly signed his $10.2 million tender.

-Tennessee agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Former Atlanta Falcons’ LB Vic Beasley.

-The Titans have reportedly agreed to a three-year, $21 million contract with OL Dennis Kelly to keep him in Tennessee.

-The team announced it agreed to sign OL Ty Sambrailo.

Washington Redskins

-Washington is trading CB Quinton Dunbar to Seattle for a fifth round pick.

-The team received QB Kyle Allen from the Panthers in exchange for a 2020 fifth round pick.

-The Skins have reportedly agreed to a four-year contract with CB Kendall Fuller worth $40 million.

-The Skins are reportedly signing DB Sean Davis to a one-year deal.

-Sources say OL Brandon Scherff signed his franchise tender.

-Washington is reportedly signing OG Wes Schweitzer to a three-year deal worth $13.5 million.

LB Thomas Davis announces on Instagram that he is reuniting with coach Ron Rivera in Washington.

-The Redskins have agreed to re-sign LB Jon Bostic to a multi-year deal.

-The Skins have officially signed RB JD McKissic, RB Peyton Barber, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis,WR Cody Latimer, TE Richard Rodgers, and CB Ronald Darby.

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NFL Off-Season Round-Up (Part One)

Here’s what we know since the new league year began

Arizona Cardinals

-The Cardinals traded away RB David Johnson, a 2020 second round pick, and a 2021 fourth round pick in exchange for the Texans’ fourth round pick this year and WR DeAndre Hopkins.

RB Kenyan Drake officially signed his contract.

WR Larry Fitzgerald re-signed with the Cardinals for one year. With incentives, the contract could be worth up to $11 million.

-The Cards agreed to terms with the following players: DL Trevon Coley, RB DJ Foster, LB De’Vondre Campbell, DL Jordan Phillips, LB Devon Kennard

-The Cards are agreed to bring back OT Marcus Gilbert on a one-year deal.

-Arizona tendered one-year offers to K Zane Gonzalez as an RFA and OT Justin Murray as an exclusive rights free agent.

-The following players re-signed with the Cards: OT DJ Humphries, Chris Banjo, DL Jonathan Bullard, DB Charles Washington, OL Max Garcia, QB Brett Hundley

Atlanta Falcons

-The team acquired TE Hayden Hurst and a 2020 fourth round pick from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a second round pick and a fifth round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

-Atlanta is reportedly expected to sign former Pro Bowl RB Todd Gurley to a one-year deal.

-The team agreed to a three-year contract extension with DL Tyeler Davison.

-The Falcons officially agreed to terms with edge rusher Dante Fowler Jr, OL Justin McCray, and WR Laquon Treadwell.

-The team announced it has signed DB Sherrod Neasman and former XFL LB Edmond Robinson.

-Atlanta announced it released RB Devonta Freeman.

Baltimore Ravens

-The Ravens will reportedly not sign DT Michael Brockers after not being able to come to terms on a contract with the team.

-The team traded for DE Calais Campbell. They received Campbell from Jacksonville in exchange for a fifth round pick. The Ravens signed Campbell to a one year deal.

-The Ravens will reportedly sign DE Derek Wolfe.

-Baltimore placed its franchise tag on edge rusher Matthew Judon.

-The Ravens are reportedly placing an original-round tender on C Matt Skura. Baltimore will not receive any compensation if they do not match a contract offer Skura receives from another team.

-Baltimore is bringing back both CB Jimmy Smith, DE Jihad Ward, and DT Justin Ellis on one-year contracts the team announced on Friday.

-The team agreed to trade DL Chris Wormley and a 2021 seventh round pick to the Steelers for Pittsburgh’s 2021 fifth round pick.

OG Marshall Yanda announced his retirement.

Buffalo Bills

-The Bills acquired WR Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th round pick from the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for Buffalo’s first, fifth, and sixth round picks in the 2020 NFL draft as well as a fourth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

-The team reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with former Panthers’ DE Mario Addison and OG Quniton Spain.

-The Bills are reportedly signing DT Vernon Butler and DE Quinton Jefferson to two-year deals.

-Former Washington CB Josh Norman signed a one-year deal with the Bills worth $6 million.

-The Bills have reached a two-year extension with DB Jordan Poyer.

-Buffalo agreed to a one-year contract with DB Dean Marlowe.

-The team has agreed to terms with CB EJ Gaines and OL Daryl Williams .

Carolina Panthers

-On Wednesday, the Panthers officially signed QB Teddy Bridgewater to a three-year deal.

-The Panthers released Former MVP QB Cam Newton.

-Former Jets’ WR Robby Anderson is reportedly expected to sign with the Panthers for two-years.

-Carolina announced a one year extension with QB Kyle Allen. Last week, the team announced it will reportedly be trading Allen to the Redskins.

-Carolina has signed the following players to one-year deals: TE Seth DeValve, WR Seth Roberts, G John Miller, LB Tahir Whitehead, and WR Pharoh Cooper.

-The Panthers signed DE Stephen Weatherly, DB Juston Burris, DL Zach Kerr and XFL standout QB PJ Walker to two-year deals.

-The Panthers have made a trade with the Chargers that will send OG Trai Turner to LA in exchange for OT Russell Okung.

-The Panthers announced they re- signed DB Tre Boston to a three-year deal.

-Carolina announced that they released DB Eric Reid.

Chicago Bears

-Chicago has reportedly traded its fourth-round pick in this year’s draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for QB Nick Foles.

-Seven players officially signed a contract with the Bears: TE Jimmy Graham, DB Deon Bush, CB Artie Burns, S Jordan Lucas, QB Tyler Bray, DE Brian Urban, and LS Patrick Scales.

Robert Quinn’s agent announced the former Dallas defensive end has signed a five-year deal with the Bears reportedly worth $70 million with $30 million guaranteed.

-Chicago re-signed LB Danny Trevathan to a three-year contract reportedly worth $21.75 million.

-The Bears are reportedly agreed to terms with OL Germain Ifedi.

-Chicago has reportedly agreed to a one-year contract with LB Barkevious Mingo.

Cincinnati Bengals

-Cincy is reportedly signing DB Mackensie Alexander to a one-year deal.

-The Bengals are using their franchise tag on veteran WR AJ Green.

DT DJ Reader is reportedly expected to sign a four-year contract worth $53 million.

-Cincinnati is reportedly signing CB Trae Waynes to a three-year deal worth $42 million.

-The Bengals have reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with DB Vonn Bell.

-The team released former first round pick DB Dre Kirkpatrick.

Cleveland Browns

-The Browns agreed to a four-year contract with TE Austin Hooper.

-Former Titans’ OL Jack Conklin has agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns.

-The team signed DT Andrew Billings, C Evan Brown, WR Jojo Natson, CB Donovan Olumba, and LB BJ Goodson.

-Cleveland is reportedly going to sign former first round pick DB Karl Joseph, as well as CB Kevin Johnson and DB Andrew Sendejo.

-Cleveland has agreed to a three-year contract with QB Case Keenum.

-The Browns placed a second-round tender on RFA Running Back Kareem Hunt.

-The team traded away its 7th round pick in next year’s draft to the Broncos in exchange for FB Andy Janovich

Dallas Cowboys

-The Cowboys and WR Amari Cooper are finalizing a five-year, $100 million contract.

-The Cowboys placed an exclusive franchise tag on Quarterback Dak Prescott. Adam Schefter is reporting that no other team is allowed to sign him. On Wednesday, ED Werder reported that long-term contact negotiations have re-opened between the Cowboys and Prescott.

-Former All-Pro C Travis Frederick announced he is retiring.

-Dallas agreed to a three-year deal to bring DT Gerald McCoy to the team.

-The Cowboys have agreed to one-year contracts with DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, TE Blake Bell, LB Sean Lee, DB Darian Thompson, OL Joe Looney.

K Kai Forbath is reportedly re-signing with the team.

-Dallas reportedly signed CB Anthony Brown to a three-year, $15 million deal.

DL Dontari Poe has agreed to terms with Dallas.

-The team re-signed TE Blake Jarwin to a three-year contract reportedly worth up to $24.25 million.

-The Boys are bringing back CB CJ Goodwin on a one-year contract according to agent Drew Rosenhaus.

-Dallas has agreed to terms with K Greg Zuerlein on a three-year deal.

Denver Broncos

-The Broncos have acquired CB AJ Bouye from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for a 2020 fourth-round pick.

-Denver officially signed two-time Pro Bowl RB Melvin Gordon to a two-year deal.

-Former Lions’ OG Graham Glasgow has agreed to a four-year deal with Denver.

-The Broncos are reportedly signing TE Nick Vannett to a two-year deal.

-Denver placed a second-round tender on DL Mike Purcell.

DL Shelby Harris is reportedly re-signing a one-year deal with Denver worth 3.25 million.

-The team has reportedly agreed to trade their seventh-round pick to the Titans for DL Jurrell Casey.

P Sam Martin has reportedly re-signed with the team on a three-year deal.

-Denver placed its franchise tag on S Justin Simmons.

-The Broncos have released QB Joe Flacco.

Detroit Lions

-Detroit has reportedly agreed to trade CB Darius Slay to the Philadelphia Eagles for a third round pick and a fifth round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

-The Lions agreed to terms with LB Jamie Collins, OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai, QB Chase Daniel, DL Danny Shelton, CB Desmond Trufant, WR Geremy Davis, LB Elijah Lee, and LB Reggie Ragland, DB Miles Kilebrew, and DT Nick Williams.

-The Lions agreed to a trade with the Patriots that will bring DB Duron Harmon to Detroit.

-Detroit has agreed to terms with former Packers’ WR Geronimo Allison.

Green Bay Packers

-The Packers have reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with LB Christian Kirksey. The deal is reportedly worth $16 million.

-Green Bay has reportedly agreed to terms with former Lions’ OT Rick Wagner.

-The Pack are reportedly bringing back TE Mercedes Lewis on a one-year contract.

-Green Bay has agreed to terms with DB Will Redmond.

WR Devin Funchess will reportedly sign with the Pack.

-The Packers have re-signed returner and RB Tyler Ervin.

Houston Texans

-The Texans have acquired RB David Johnson and a 2020 second round pick in a trade with the Cardinals that sends Arizona WR DeAndre Hopkins as well as fourth-round pick.

-The Texans agreed to terms with the following Unrestricted Free Agents: OT Brent Qvale, WR Randall Cobb, S Eric Murray, and DB Jaylen Watkins

-Houston announced it agreed to terms with the following players: QB AJ McCarron, CB Phillip Gaines, CB Vernon Hargreaves III, and CB Bradley Roby.

TE Darren Fells has reportedly signed a two-year contract extension with Houston.

-A league source is reporting that the Texans and K Ka’imi Fairbairn have agreed on a four-year deal worth a little more than $17.5 million.

Indianapolis Colts

-The team officially signed QB Philip Rivers.

-The Colts traded for DL DeForest Buckner in a move that will send the San Francisco 49ers the Colts’ first round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Colts are expected to sign Buckner to a huge deal that will pay him $21 million annually.

-The Colts agreed to a contract extension with OL Anthony Castonzo.

-Indy is reportedly re-signing OL Le’Raven Clark.

-The Colts have signed DT Sheldon Day and CB Xavier Rhodes.

Jacksonville Jaguars

-The Jaguars used their franchise tag on edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue.

LB Joe Schobert signed a five-year deal with Jacksonville.

WR Keenan Cole and LB Austin Calitro both received tender offers from the Jags.

CB Darqueze Dennard will sign with the Jags.

-The Jags officially agreed to terms with TE Tyler Eifert, DB Rashaan Melvin, DL Cassius Marsh, DT Al Woods, and DL Rodney Gunter.

-Jacksonville’s trades with Denver and Baltimore have become official.

-The Jags have agreed to re-sign C/G Tyler Shatley and Lerentee McCray.

Kansas City Chiefs

-The Chiefs are expected to use their franchise tag on DL Chris Jones.

-The team picked up a $2.3 million contract option on RB Damien Williams.

-The team announced it is re-signing QB Chad Henne.

-The Chiefs are reportedly re-signing WR Demarcus Robinson.

-Kansas City is reportedly signing CB Antonio Hamilton to a one-year deal.

-KC has reportedly agreed to a deal with OT Mike Remmers.

Las Vegas Raiders

-The Raiders have signed QB Marcus Mariota, TE Jason Witten, LB Cory Littleton, WR Nelson Agholor, DB Rod Smith, and OL Kyle Wilber.

-Las Vegas has reportedly agreed to a three-year deal worth $21 million with LB Nick Kwiatkoski.

OL Eric Kush announced he has signed a one-year deal with Las Vegas.

CB Eli Apple has reportedly agreed to a contract with the Raiders.

-Las Vegas is reportedly signing DB Jeff Heath to a two-year, $8 million contract.

DE Carl Nassib is reportedly expected to sign a three-year deal with the Raiders worth up to $28 million.

-The team has re-signed OL Richie Incognito.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with DT Maliek Collins.

Los Angeles Chargers

-The Chargers have agreed to terms with the following players: OT Bryan Bulaga, CB Chris Harris, DT Linval Joseph, and OLB Nick Vigil.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a four-year extension with RB Austin Ekeler worth $24.5 million.

-LA has placed its franchise tag on TE Hunter Henry.

-The Chargers have agreed to trade Russell Okung to the Panthers in exchange for OL Trai Turner.

Los Angeles Rams

LA has agreed to a new deal with OL Austin Blythe.

OL Andrew Whitworth‘s agent announced he is re-signing with the team for three years.

-The Rams are reportedly signing former first round pick LB Leonard Floyd to a one-year deal.

-Los Angeles is reportedly expected to sign DL A’Shawn Robinson to a two-year deal.

-The Rams announced that they are releasing LB Clay Matthews.

Miami Dolphins

-Miami has reportedly agreed to terms with the following free agents: OL Ereck Flowers, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill, LB Elandon Roberts, DL Emmanuel Ogbah, RB Jordan Howard, OL Ted Karras, DL Shaq Lawson, CB Byron Jones, and LB Kyle Van Noy.

-The ‘Phins are re-signed DB Adrian Colbert to a one-year deal.

Minnesota Vikings

-Minnesota will receive the Bills’ first round pick, fifth round pick, and sixth round pick in the 2020 NFL draft as well as a fourth-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft in exchange for WR Stefon Diggs and a 7th round draft pick.

-The team agreed to extensions with QB Kirk Cousins and FB CJ Ham.

-The Vikes officially re-signed RB Ameer Abdullah, P Britton Colquitt, and QB Sean Mannion.

-Minnesota agreed to terms with WR Tajae Sharpe, OT Rashod Hill, K Dan Bailey.

-The Vikings signed DT Michael Pierce.

-Minnesota is reportedly not expecting DE Everson Griffen to return to the team next season.

-Minnesota used its franchise tag on DB Anthony Harris.

-The Vikings placed a second-round tender on LB Eric Wilson.

New England Patriots

-The Pats have agreed to a a new contract with DB Devin McCourty which will keep him in New England.

-New England has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with QB Brian Hoyer.

Matthew Slater has reportedly agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep him in a Patriots’ uniform.

-New England is reportedly signing DT Beau Allen to a two-year, $8 million contract.

-New England placed its franchise tag on OL Joe Thuney.

-The Patriots are reportedly signing WR Damiere Byrd to a one-year deal.

-The team has reportedly agreed to bring in FB Danny Vitale and DB Adrian Phillips.

-The Pats officially released longtime K Stephen Gostkowski.

New Orleans Saints

-Future Hall of Fame QB Drew Brees is reportedly re-signing with the Saints for two-years and about $50 million.

-The team has agreed to a two-year contract with WR Emmanuel Sanders.

-The Saints agreed to a five-year contract with OL Andrus Peat.

-New Orleans placed a first round tender on RFA QB Taysom Hill.

DB Malcolm Jenkins will reportedly sign with the team for four years to a contract that has a max value of $35 million.

DL David Onyemata signed a three-year contract with New Orleans reportedly worth $27 million.

-New Orleans has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with DB DJ Swearinger.

New York Giants

CB James Bradberry has reportedly agreed to three-year contract with the Giants worth $45 million with $32 million guaranteed.

-The Giants have reportedly agreed to a three-year contract with former Green Bay Packers’ LB Blake Martinez. The contract is expected to be worth $30 million.

-The Giants are reportedly expected to sign former Green Bay LB Kyler Fackrell to a one-year, $4.6 million deal.

-The New York Giants have placed their franchise tag on DL Leonard Williams.

-Big Blue is expected to re-sign LB David Mayo to a three-year contract worth $8.4 million.

-The team is reportedly signing RB Dion Lewis and TE Eric Tomlinson.

-New York reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $6.2 million with TE Levine Toilolo.

DB Nate Ebner has agreed to join the Giants.

-Big Blue is reportedly signing OT Cam Fleming to a one-year deal.

-The team has reportedly agreed to a contract with QB Colt McCoy.

-New York has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with former first round pick WR Corey Coleman.

-Big Blue reportedly agreed to sign DL Austin Johnson.

New York Jets

-The Jets have reportedly agreed to sign former Seahawks’ OT George Fant to a three-year, $27 million contract. The contract is said to have a max value of $30 million.

-Gang Green has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with former Colts’ CB Pierre Desir.

-According to his agent, WR Breshad Perriman will reportedly sign with the Jets.

-The Jets have agreed to terms with OG Alex Lewis.

C Connor McGovern is reportedly going to sign a three-year deal with Gang Green.

-New York has reportedly agreed to sign LB Patrick Onwuasar.

-The Jets have reportedly agreed to re-sign LB Jordan Jenkins to a one-year deal.

CB Brian Poole is re-signing with the Jets for one year according to his agent.

-New York has reportedly agreed to re-sign LB Neville Hewitt.

-Gang Green has reportedly agreed to sign DB Marqui Christian.

-The team has reportedly signed OL Greg Van Roten to a one-year deal.

C/G Josh Andrews reportedly signed with the Jets.

LB James Burgess is reportedly signing a one-year deal with the Jets.

-New York released CB Trumaine Johnson.

Philadelphia Eagles

-The Eagles acquired CB Darius Slay in a trade with the Lions in exchange for Philly’s third and fifth round picks in this year’s draft. Slay’s agent says the cornerback also agreed to three-year, $50 million contract extension with Philadelphia.

-The Eagles have reportedly signed DL Javon Hargarve to a three-year contract. The deal is reportedly worth $39 million with $26 million guaranteed.

DB Rodney McLeod has agreed to a two-year contract with Philly.

DB Jalen Mills agreed to a one-year deal with the team.

-Philadelphia has re-signed back-up QB Nate Sudfeld to a one-year contract.

-The Eagles have reportedly agreed to one-year deals with S Will Parks, LB Jatavis Brown, and DB Will Parks.

-The Eagles are reportedly signing CB Nickell Robey-Coleman.

Pittsburgh Steelers

-Pittsburgh is reportedly signing TE Eric Ebron to a two-year deal.

-The team has agreed to trade a 2021 fifth round pick to the Ravens for DT Chris Wormley and a 2021 seventh round selection.

-The Steelers placed their franchise tag on edge rusher Bud Dupree.

-Pittsburgh is reportedly signing FB Derek Watt to a three-year deal.

-The Steelers have reportedly agreed to sign OL Stefan Wisniewski to a two-year contract.

-The Steelers have placed LB Ryan Shazier on the Reserve/Retired List.

San Francisco 49ers

-The 49ers have agreed to re-sign DL Arik Armstead to a five-year contract extension.

-San Francisco re-signed DB Jimmie Ward to a three-year contract.

C Ben Garland is re-signing with the 49ers on a one-year deal.

-San Fran has reportedly re-signed DL Ronald Blair III.

-The Niners are expected to sign WR Travis Benjamin.

Seattle Seahawks

-The Seahawks have reportedly agreed to trade their fifth round pick to Washington for CB Quinton Dunbar.

-Seattle is reportedly signing OL BJ Finney to a two-year deal.

-Former Seahawks Bruce Irvin is expected to return to Seattle after leaving the team in 2016.

TE Greg Olsen agreed to a one-year contract worth $7 million in February.

-The team is reportedly placing a second-round tender on TE Jacob Hollister.

DL Jarran Reed re-signed with the Seahawks on a two-year contract reportedly worth $23 million.

-The team is reportedly signing WR Phillip Dorsett.

-The Seahawks have reportedly agreed to a deal with OT Cedric Ogbuehi.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

QB Tom Brady officially signed a two-year contract with the Bucs. The deal is reportedly worth $50 million guaranteed.

-The Bucs are using their franchise tag on DL Shaquil Barrett, who led the NFL in sacks last season with 19.5.

-Tampa Bay has reportedly re-signed DL Jason Pierre-Paul to a two-year contract worth $27 million.

-Tampa is reportedly signing OL Joe Haeg to a one-year deal.

-The team announced it has agreed to terms with LB Kevin Minter.

DT Ndamukong Suh and CB Ryan Smith re-signed with the team.

Tennessee Titans

-The Tennessee Titans have reportedly agreed to a four-year contract with QB Ryan Tannehill worth $118 million with $62 million guaranteed.

-The Titans have placed their franchise tag on RB Derrick Henry.

-Tennessee has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Former Atlanta Falcons’ LB Vic Beasley. The deal has a max value of $12 million.

-The Titans have reportedly agreed to a three-year, $21 million contract with OL Dennis Kelly to keep him in Tennessee.

-The team announced it agreed to sign OL Ty Sambrailo.

Washington Redskins

-Washington is trading CB Quinton Dunbar to Seattle for a fifth round pick.

-The team received QB Kyle Allen from the Panthers in exchange for a 2020 fifth round pick.

-The Skins have reportedly agreed to a four-year contract with CB Kendall Fuller worth $40 million.

-The Redskins signed LB Kevin Pierre-Louis to a one-year contract worth up to $3.45 million.

-The Skins are reportedly signing DB Sean Davis to a one-year deal.

-Sources say OL Brandon Scherff signed his franchise tender.

-Washington is reportedly signing OG Wes Schweitzer to a three-year deal worth $13.5 million.

LB Thomas Davis announces on Instagram that he is reuniting with coach Ron Rivera in Washington.

-Washington is reportedly signing RB JD McKissic to a two-year contract.

-The Redskins have agreed to re-sign LB Jon Bostic to a multi-year deal.

-Former Bucs’ RB Peyton Barber is reportedly signing with Washington for two years.

-The Skins have reportedly agreed to a deal with WR Cody Latimer and CB Ronald Darby.

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