It’s noteworthy that the Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson reportedly have made little progress toward a long-term deal, given that Wilson’s deadline of April 15 looms. But it’s not necessarily a sign that a deal can’t get done.
Mike Tannenbaum was the subject of criticism on ESPN while running the personnel departments for the Jets and Dolphins and now he’ll get a chance to be critical of others doing similar jobs. The Dolphins announced Tannenbaum
Veteran NFL linebacker Gerald Hodges won’t return for another season. Hodges announced his retirement via Twitter on Friday. He spent six seasons in the NFL. Hodges entered the league as a fourth-round pick of the Vikings in
Alabama head coach Nick Saban has benefitted a lot from players who use his school as a springboard to professional careers, but he thinks some of them are opting to enter the NFL too early. Saban said
Jamaal Charles hasn’t officially retired from the NFL, but at age 32, and after playing just two games in 2018, it seems unlikely he’ll play again. If he’s done, he’ll be eligible for the Pro Football Hall
The Seahawks have known of Russell Wilson‘s deadline for three months. He still doesn’t have a new deal, and news of the deadline doesn’t appear to have moved along negotiations. Wilson’s representation and the Seahawks have had
Whether Washington drafts a quarterback is anybody’s guess at this point, but the team is doing its due diligence on all the top-rated prospects. West Virginia’s Will Grier will visit Redskins Park in the coming days, NBC
Packers receiver Jake Kumerow has signed his exclusive rights tender, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports. The Packers start their offseason program Monday. Kumerow, 27, made his NFL regular-season debut last season. He appeared in five games, with