1. Oh no. The Cowboys just locked up their talented quarterback for the next four years, making them the favorites in the division. If you have the QB, you have a chance.
3. Linebacker - The Packers run defense has been a joke, and veteran LB Christian Kirksey was released to open up cap space. The current linebacker depth chart includes 2020 UDFA Krys Barnes, 2020 fifth-rounder Kamal Martin, and 2018 third-rounder Oren Burks.
I’ll take an optimistic approach and say there’s a 51% chance they sign one of the two. Center and left guard were already immense needs, but Wilson’s comments only accentuated those voids on the roster.
Washington's offer: Four years, $45.5 million ($26M guaranteed) ... Come play in a high-profile market closer to your native Philadelphia and in an offense that would highlight your position flexibility. Just look what this offense did for Logan Thomas last year (career-best 72 catches), and his skill set is not the same as your high-end toolbox. -- John Keim
He joined the Bills as a fifth-round pick in 2017 and moved from special teams work to a role on defense relatively quickly. Milano missed six games while dealing with a pectoral injury in 2020 and finished the year with 45 tackles, 3.5 sacks, and an interception.
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With the Kansas City Chiefs releasing both starting offensive tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz on Thursday morning, that means it is Lucas Niang’s time to shine. Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young had the nicest things to say about Niang earlier in the week.
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys finally reached a deal on a contract extension, and Cowboys fans rejoiced.