The Texans reportedly are willing to listen to trade offers for Watson, but nothing in the league's latest update on the matter guarantees he won't be on the commissioner's exempt list before Week 1 of the regular season in September.
One of the most fun parts about any NFL season is watching new stars establish themselves. Occasionally, players come completely out of nowhere - think Kurt Warner in 1999 - but more often, the emerging superstars are guys who were showing signs of greatness the previous season, then put it all together the following year.
The 2021 NFL season is set for a more conventional training camp after major changes last year due to COVID-19. With another wild offseason, there are still some big questions to be answered as training camp opens in about one month.
The 2021 NFL offseason was as wild as ever, and fans of all 32 teams have something to look forward to with their team's additions. These are the most exciting acquisitions for each team as we approach the start of the season.
The quarterback is the most important player on the football field, but it takes an entire team of talented players to build a champion. These are the best non-quarterbacks for all 32 NFL teams going into the 2021 season.
Most first-round picks look good on paper, but it takes a combination of talent, focus, ability, and the right team for each to succeed. Here's a look at why each 2021 NFL first-rounder could boom or bust at the next level.
Nearly a quarter of the NFL hired new general managers this offseason, and some franchises are making no secret about starting over. This new crop of GMs will attempt to join a select fraternity by turning out-of-contention teams into Super Bowl threats. Here are the best examples of NFL rebuilding efforts panning out.
Stacked wide receiver classes have become the norm in NFL drafts, and 2021's appears set to continue this recent April tradition. Several eras have seen a few wideout drafts make major impacts, however.
Urban Meyer is attempting to carry his college mastery to the NFL. Several have tried to accomplish this, only to come up short. This group of coaches, which includes a host of national championship winners, serves as a reminder how difficult this jump can be.
Urban Meyer is the latest college coach to attempt an NFL replication of his previous success. He would not be the first one. The Pro Football Hall of Fame features a few college leaders who made the leap, and the NFL has seen others succeed as well.
Excluding wideouts who spent too much time as a team's No. 1 option and those in true 1-1A situations (such as Isaac Bruce & Torry Holt), here are the best aerial sidekicks -- the players who did the most with No. 2 receiving roles -- in NFL history.
Tim Tebow making the Jaguars' roster would complete one of the most unique re-emergences in league history. But several other players have managed to return to the league after a meaningful hiatus. Here are the NFL's most notable comeback efforts.
Ingram noted that the coaches in Pittsburgh have not specified what his role with the club will be. However, he felt good signing a "prove it" deal with the Steelers because the organization made him feel comfortable.