Each week we review the NFL on each team. We pull the most important and discussed headlines from each of our 32 NFL websites.
Here are all of this week’s biggest NFL titles:
Green Bay Packers (Going through Acme packaging company)
Appearing on the latest episode of Kenny Mayne from SportsCenter, Rodgers finally broke his silence over his displeasure with the Packers.
Detroit Lions (Going through Pride of Detroit)
Would the old Charger fit in Detroit?
Chicago Bear (Going through Windy City Gridiron)
Aaron Rodgers says his current resistance is because he respects the fact that an organization is made up of people. These are weird words coming from a player who has always been about himself.
Minnesota Vikings (Going through Daily Norseman)
As they should be
New Orleans Saints (Going through Canal Street Chronicles)
The potential is there for Smith, but it is largely untapped
Atlanta falcons (Going through The Falcoholic)
When asked, the future Hall of Fame wide receiver said he finished in Atlanta.
Carolina Panthers (Going through Cat Scratch Reader)
Olson says son TJ’s heart is ‘coming to an end’
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Going through Bucs Nation)
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers today re-signed wide receiver Antonio Brown and cornerback Dee Delaney.
San Francisco 49ers (Going through Niners Nation)
One in line sport bets has the Niners listed with the second best odds to clinch the five-time All-Pro.
Arizona Cardinals (Going through Revenge of the birds)
Will the cardinals take steps after June 1 to meet their remaining needs?
Seattle Seahawks (Going through Field seagulls)
In the middle of last season, Brian Schottenheimer was still receiving praise for letting Russell Wilson cook and Ken Norton Jr was leading an incredibly inept defense that required the Seattle Seahawks having to win a shootout style of football that they have historically tried to avoid.
Los Angeles Rams (Going through Lawn Show Hours)
Did Staley revolutionize defenses during his year as LA defensive coordinator?
Miami dolphins (Going through The Phinsider)
Case in point: by Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, dolphins welcome seaside veteran Melvin Ingram for a tour.
New England Patriots (Going through Chair of Pats)
Voluntary off-season training is a chance for the New England PatriotsPlayers need to get to know and get to know each other and make a first impression on the pitch of some of their new teammates. Among them, rookie quarterback Mac Jones.
New York Jets (Going through Gang Green Nation)
Let’s DIY the list
Buffalo bills (Going through Buffalo rumblings)
the Buffalo bills voluntarily returned to the training ground on Tuesday, with Organized Team Activities (OTAs) at One Bills Drive. While COVID-19 protocols remain in place, the team is back in practice and preparing for the 2021 season.
Baltimore Ravens (Going through Baltimore Beatdown)
Should the Ravens move all in?
Pittsburgh Steelers (Going through Behind the steel curtain)
Could the first round of 2021 ever pick a day at the top of this list?
Cincinnati Bengals (Going through Cincy Jungle)
Imagine Carson Palmer as the Chicago Bears quarterback in the mid-2000s.
Cleveland Browns (Going through Dawgs by nature)
Davis is a big target who spent part of the 2020 season on the New York Jets practice squad.
Keep it on the list.
The race to land Julio Jones is officially on, with star catcher make known this week he did in Atlanta. Naturally, this threw the gasoline on the fire of speculation regarding the Tennessee Titans, who certainly needs a receiver opposite AJ Brown.
Jacksonville Jaguars (Going through Land of the big cats)
Tim Tebow has officially signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Indianapolis Colts (Going through Stampede Blue)
According to PFF’s Sam monson, Indianapolis Colts ‘already let down’ new starting quarterback Carson Wentz failing to eliminate the lingering problems with the left tackle and improve their overall receiving body during the offseason respectively:
Denver Broncos (Going through Thousand high ratio)
Sometimes it’s best to let the playing field do the talking.
Los Angeles Chargers (Going through The bolts of the blue)
Is the lack of respect real?
Oakland Raiders (Going through Silver and black pride)
I do not recommend taking this bet
Kansas City Chiefs (Going through Arrowhead pride)
After the Falcons wide receiver opened up on a call with Shannon Sharpe, he became the hottest topic in the league.