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By Mike Florio

He won’t play for the Texans. So where will J.J. Watt play in 2021? The folks at PointsBet already have compiled odds. The strong favorite, at +140, is Pittsburgh. The Packers and Buccaneers come in next at +400 each, with the Ravens at +600, and the Bears at +700. Four teams land at +1100: Bills, [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Something happened between Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu before halftime of Super Bowl LV. That something was captured by NFL Films microphones. That something won’t be revealed by NFL Films. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the NFL’s in-house production company won’t be disclosing the content of the exchange [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

In this golden age of quarterbacks, an unprecedented amount of uncertainty has crept into the position. It’s a point made last night by Charean Williams on PFT PM and fleshed out in further detail on Thursday’s PFT Live. Currently, not many teams have a clear, unconditional, and unequivocal relationship with their starting quarterback that spans [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Dr. Robert Anderson, a renowned foot and ankle surgeon who serves as a Packers’ team physician, operated on Patrick Mahomes‘ foot Wednesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports the surgery to repair a torn plantar plate went well with “no issues at all.” The Chiefs quarterback’s rehab likely keeps him off the field this offseason, [more] Read more…

By Michael David Smith

The NFL is reviewing whether Chiefs outside linebackers coach Britt Reid violated the league’s personal conduct policy when he hit a car that had pulled over on the highway, seriously injuring a 5-year-old girl. A legal investigation is ongoing after the crash, and Reid reportedly admitted to police that he had been drinking. The Chiefs [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

After the Buccaneers wrapped up their boat parade in Tampa on Wednesday afternoon, members of the team took turns on the microphone to celebrate their Super Bowl title. Head coach Bruce Arians was one of them and he spent a little time in his speech talking about the Chiefs. Arians said their motto of “run [more] Read more…

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