- According to Matt Miller, the buzz of the Browns having interest in North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz is “real.”
“If they’re convinced they can get a legit quarterback in the draft, the Eagles can let Bradford walk in free agency,” Sheridan writes. “If not, they can use the franchise tag or negotiate a long-term contract with him in order to keep him.”
According to Sheridan, the Eagles appear to be planning on doing a lot of work on this year’s quarterback prospects such as Carson Wentz, Paxton Lynch and Connor Cook.
- Mike Reiss of ESPN takes a look at the “Big Four” defensive players the Patriots will need to address in the coming years, including CB Malcolm Butler, DE Chandler Jones and LB Jamie Collins and LB Dont’a Hightower.
- Reiss prioritizes them as: 1) Hightower, 2) Collins, 3) Butler, and 4) Jones.
- Joel Corry mentions that the Redskins using an exclusive franchise tag on QB Kirk Cousins isn’t realistic, as it’s projected to cost them $25.94 million.
- Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette mentioned during a recent chat session that Steelers OC Todd Haley “told people he was not interested in any head coaching jobs this year and so there was no publicly stated interest in him.”