Philadelphia Eagles: The situation remains fluid between the Eagles and quarterback Sam Bradford as there is talk of a new contract, the Franchise Tag, or not retaining him.
- Chiefs’ Take: If the Eagles decide to let Bradford walk, don’t be surprised if new head coach Doug Pederson goes after Chase Daniel in Free Agency…or gives the Chiefs a call about either Aaron Murray or Tyler Bray.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers have re-signed long snapper Greg Warren on a one year deal.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are reportedly close to signing tight end Garrett Celek to a long-term deal.
Seattle Seahawks: With an unsure quarterback market looking to play out, long-time Seahawks backup Tavaris Jackson has apparently decided to give up his sure-thing job to test that market this year.
Tennessee Titans: After having held onto the second overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft and getting quarterback Marcus Mariota, the Titans are in a position to sell the first overall pick in this year’s draft to the highest bidder…and it appears they are trying to do just that.
Washington Redskins: There is little doubt that quarterback Robert Griffin III will be on a new team in 2016, but his recent effort at symbolism is still a bit…interesting. Griffin has been a disappointment for the Redskins after having a breakout rookie season. On the other end of the spectrum, quarterback Kirk Cousins may be headed for the Franchise Tag as his camp has made it known that he intends to be well paid after having his own breakout season this past year.
Well, that’s going to do it for me, Addicts. A lot of news this week, but I suspect that this is nothing in comparison to what we will see over the next couple of months as the draft and Free Agency start to play out.