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  1. Around the NFL III - The NFLiest Yet

    He'll be catching 100+ balls in NE from TB12 this season.
  2. Around the NFL III - The NFLiest Yet

    Speaking Tuesday, Browns GM Andrew Berry said impending free agent MLB Joe Schobert has "earned the right to test the market." Translation, the Browns are not currently close to meeting Schobert's asking price. Berry did say the sides will talk at the Combine. The No. 99 overall pick of the 2016 draft is coming off a play-making 2019, though one where he actually earned negative marks from Pro Football Focus. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports "half a dozen teams or more could be interested" in the 26-year-old. He has been an every-down player for three seasons.
  3. 2020 Draft Thread

    * Projected trade: Tampa Bay sends the 45th and 76th overall picks to San Francisco in return for the 31st overall pick. 31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State With only one top-155 pick, the 49ers are likely to be a willing trade partner for a team looking to get back into the first round. Perhaps the Bucs will bring back Winston or sign a veteran free agent like Philip Rivers. If Love is still on the board here, however, he has the live arm and mobility that may entice Bruce Arians and the Bucs to take on a chance on Love. from a mock on SI.com
  4. General off-season discussion/plan thread

    Hurd's back injury is still lingering.... Lynch said he thinks Hurd will be ready by April. No update on Armstead. Tag is still possible Lynch also said they are working on redoing Mckinnon's deal. Brieda looks like he'lll get tendered.
  5. General off-season discussion/plan thread

    Spoiler alert, Ian isn't talking about Armstead.
  6. 2020 Draft Thread

    12:28 PM ET (via Ben Allbright): Increasing chatter on the Panthers moving up There is increasing chatter at the NFL Combine regarding the Carolina Panthers and them making a move up the draft board for the first overall pick. The feeling within some NFL circles is that there is some legitimacy to this rumor. Allbright and PFN are working to uncover more details on this situation.
  7. Around the NFL III - The NFLiest Yet

    ESPN's Mike DiRocco reports free agent DE Yannick Ngakoue is asking for $22 million annually. That would make Ngakoue the highest paid defensive end, topping the $21 million AAV Demarcus Lawrence got from Dallas last offseason. While his sack totals have been in decline, Ngakoue has been one of the most consistent pass rushers in the league over his first four years (37.5 sacks) and is only entering his age-25 season. The Jags are likely going to franchise Ngakoue to buy some time in long-term talks, but a deal should eventually get done.
  8. Around the NFL III - The NFLiest Yet

    The Washington Post's Mark Maske reports the league is expected to expand the 2020 postseason to 14 teams "even if the players fail to ratify the proposed CBA." Per Maske, "the owners, in their view, don't need to the players' approval of that." We would assume that is very much up for debate. The owners are being quite heavy handed in their handoff of CBA talks to the NFLPA. The owners tentatively approved the "principal elements" of a new agreement on Thursday. They are quite publicly trying to force their employees' hand.