- Jay Glazer writes that “Dak [Prescott] will be the quarterback of the Cowboys. Period. End of story.”
- However, Glazer doesn’t see Prescott securing $40 million per year from the Cowboys.
Jordan Raanan of ESPN takes a look at some players that could be on the chopping block this offseason for the Giants.
- Raanan considers LB Alec Ogletree, OLB Kareem Martin, S Antoine Bethea, and TE Rhett Ellison to be “likely” cuts for New York.
- According to Raanan, WR Golden Tate and OT Nate Solder are unlikely to be cap casualties this offseason.
Panthers free agent CB James Bradberry says he “would love to play” for Ron Rivera again.
“I would love to play for coach Rivera again,” Bradberry said, via NBC Washington. “He’s a great man and a great coach. He coached me for four years. I didn’t realize how much he meant to us until that day [he got fired]. Just how he spoke to us as men. He wasn’t overly aggressive unless he needed to be. He put his foot down when he needed to be.”
Former Redskins TE Vernon Davis said that his concussion history influenced his decision to retire from the NFL.
“Just the simple wear and tear over time. Especially those concussions,” Davis said, via Ethan Cadeaux of NBC Sports. “They can take a toll on you in the long haul. It’s just better safe than sorry. But if it wasn’t for that throughout the course of time, then I probably would have played for the next five years, at least. But I feel like I made a great decision as I move forward.”