Free agency has slowed down to a snail’s pace with teams shifting their attention to the 2021 NFL draft. That doesn’t mean there aren’t good players who are out there and available on the free-agent market.
After weeks of negitiation and uncertainty, we get a little more clarity. After players for five teams (not including the Kansas City Chiefs) announced through the NFL Players Association that they would boycott the in-person portion of the training program that is set to begin on Monday, April 19, the NFL has announced its offseason schedule.
29 Days of Draftmas continues with a player who could appeal to both Andy Reid and Dave Toub. A very Merry Draftmas to you! We continue our tradition of profiling an NFL Draft prospect every day in April, leading up to the NFL Draft on April 29th.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame Twitter account is sharing some cool NFL draft-related content ahead of the 2021 NFL draft. When players are selected in the NFL draft, teams turn in draft cards with the player’s name and information.
Kansas City is among the top four teams in the league with the highest number of workout bonuses. As of this writing, five NFL teams — the Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions and New England Patriots — have all made statements (via the NFL Players Association) regarding a boycott of voluntary offseason workouts.
The Kansas City Chiefs still have a very clear need for offensive tackle help and it looks like they’ll be addressing it in the 2021 NFL draft. In the latest first-round mock draft from Touchdown Wire’s Doug Farrar, the Chiefs get a bit aggressive in order to address their biggest need.
The Chiefs are among a number of NFL teams reported to be interested. According to a report from The Draft Network, the Kansas City Chiefs have been in contact with Liberty University linebacker Anthony Butler.
The Chiefs released a statement after former assistant coach Britt Reid, the son of head coach Andy Reid, was charged with driving while intoxicated Monday for a crash that seriously injured a 5-year-old Ariel Young.
Trey Hill - IOL, Georgia By the numbers: 6'3", 319 pounds, 33-5/8" arms per pro day measurements. 2020: Second-team pre-season All-SEC selection. Eight games played. Positives: Trey Hill is a versatile interior offensive lineman, having played at guard and center during his time at Georgia.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has opened as the 2021-2022 betting favorite for AP NFL MVP, according to our friends at BetOnline.ag. Mahomes was the 2018-2019 winner, followed by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in 2019-2020 and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in 2020-2021.
Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN’s top draft analyst, has released his latest 2-round 2021 NFL mock draft projection. In this mock draft, Kiper had two trades and six quarterbacks coming off the board in the first two rounds.
The Kansas City Chiefs still have a clear need at the offensive tackle position after missing out on some top players in free agency. The 2021 NFL draft class is considered to be loaded with offensive line talent at the tackle position, but opinions on the different players within the draft class are polarizing, to say the least.
29 Days of Draftmas continues with a Day 3 prospect who could be a complete pass rusher in the NFL. A very Merry Draftmas to you! We continue our tradition of profiling an NFL Draft prospect every day in April, leading up to the NFL Draft on April 29th.
The eight-year veteran landed instead with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Eight-year NFL veteran running back Giovani Bernard signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday, as first reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
The Seahawks wanted to keep Reed for the 2021 season and approached the D-tackle starter about a restructure. While this was not a pay-cut request, Reed refused Seattle’s bid to restructure his contract.