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I've been posting NFL Free Agent Rumors and NFL Draft Rumors daily on each page. These are listed per team, so click on each link if you're interested in seeing all of the rumors from your favorite team.

However, I received a suggestion to post all of the latest rumors in a daily format for those interested in multiple teams. That's what I've done on this new NFL Rumors page. Follow @walterfootball for NFL Rumors Updates.

NFL Rumors - July 18 Updates:
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The Browns will be looking to add a backup quarterback behind Jacoby Brissett if Deshaun Watson is suspended for a lengthy period of time. - Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain-Dealer

It's noteworthy that this would be the backup for Brissett, given some public speculation that Cleveland would trade for Jimmy Garoppolo. Unfortunately for the Browns, their options are limited. Unless they can coax Ben Roethlisberger or Ryan Fitzpatrick out of retirement, the best players available in the NFL Free Agent Quarterback list are Cam Newton, Blake Bortles and Mike Glennon.

NFL Rumors - July 15 Updates:
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The Browns have interest in signing Ndamukong Suh. - Tyler Dragon, USA Today

Suh is over the hill and may not be effective at all in 2022, but it won't hurt Cleveland to sign him, provided that the deal is a 1-year agreement worth near the minimum. The Browns lost Malik Jackson this offseason and had issues on their defensive line last year, outside of Myles Garrett. The Raiders have also been linked to Suh.

The Texans and Seahawks are longshots to land Jimmy Garoppolo. - Matt Barrows, The Athletic

Neither team was a great fit. Seattle is in the same division as San Francisco, while Houston is rebuilding. The Texans are better off seeing what they have in Davis Mills and then probably drafting one of C.J. Stroud or Bryce Young atop the 2023 NFL Draft. There's no logical spot for Garoppolo at the moment, but John Lynch could end up pulling a Howie Roseman and trading Garoppolo to a team that sees its starting quarterback suffer an injury, which is what Roseman did when he moved Sam Bradford in the wake of drafting Carson Wentz.

NFL Rumors - July 14 Updates:
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The Vikings and Buccaneers are interested in signing Kyle Rudolph. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Rudolph is a shell of his former self, but he's still a functional player. The Buccaneers need a replacement for Rob Gronkowski, while Minnesota needs an insurance policy for Irv Smith Jr.

Jalen Tolbert is headed into training camp as the presumed starter. - Jon Machota, The Athletic

The Cowboys are hurting at receiver outside of CeeDee Lamb. With Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson gone, and Michael Gallup coming off a torn ACL, Tolbert could surprise this year.

NFL Rumors - April 29 Updates:
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The Broncos may trade up for an edge rusher or a linebacker. - Charlie Campbell,

Both are needs, and the value is there on Day 2 for players at this position. Some players worth trading up for are Arnold Ebiketie, David Ojabo, Boye Mafe, Christian Harris and Chad Muma.

The Seahawks really like Malik Willis. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Seattle may have to trade up for him because he may not last to No. 40.

NFL Rumors - April 28 Updates:
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The Giants could select Sam Howell in the second round. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY

Every quarterback should be an option at this point, given how bad Daniel Jones has been.

The Falcons are working the phones to trade, and the Eagles are a team to watch. - Cam Marino,

Marino notes that the options for the Falcons at No. 8 are Jermaine Johnson, Kayvon Thibodeaux and Drake London. If they move down, they could target another receiver. As for the Eagles, they would likely be trading up for one of Derek Stingley, Jermaine Johnson, Jameson Williams or Kyle Hamilton.

The Cowboys are trying to trade up. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

They may want to secure Zion Johnson, or they may covet one of the receivers.

Andrew Booth will not make it past the Bills at No. 25. - Jordan Reid, ESPN

Reid says the Bills would "run the card up to the commissioner" if the Clemson product made it to their pick.

The Saints have been "working the phones" to trade up. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

They may be interested in trading up for one of the tackles, should one fall out of the top seven somehow.

The Jaguars would like to move down, but can't find a trading partner. - Mike Florio, PFT

Womp, womp. No one wants to move up into the top five of this weak class.

The Texans are exploring a trade from No. 13 into the top 10. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

They probably have a bucket of players they're hoping will be available at Nos. 8 or 9. It likely includes one of the tackles, Derek Stingley, Jermaine Johnson and Kayvon Thibodeaux (just a guess).

"I'm told Buffalo will go running back or defensive back." - Peter Schrager, NFL Network

Secondary is the likely choice, but you can't count out Breece Hall.

A higher-up in an NFC front office told me he believes the Falcons will draft Garrett Wilson. - Walter Cherepinsky,

I reached out to some of my sources to see what they thought about Atlanta's pick because it has me stumped. This personnel man replied, "Hard to see Garrett Wilson not going in the top eight."

"Earlier this week, I heard from folks around the league that Derek Stingley Jr. could be the Texans' pick. Now the winds have changed direction to Ickey Ekwonu." - Peter Schrager, NFL Network

As mentioned earlier, Ekwonu, Stingley and Evan Neal are all in the mix at No. 3.

It sounds like Garrett Wilson is the favorite of the Jets' receiving options at No. 10. - Charlie Campbell,

There's no guarantee Wilson will be available, but if he is, the Jets are likely to select him.

Updating a previous item, if Derek Stingley and Ahmad Gardner are off the board, the Giants would use one of their picks on Kayvon Thibodeaux. - Charlie Campbell,

Thibodeaux is likely to be available at No. 7.

The Giants are highest on Evan Neal, Charles Cross, Derek Stingley and Ahmad Gardner. - Charlie Campbell,

New York should be able to obtain two of the four at Nos. 5 and 7. 

The Jets are high on Ahmad Gardner, and he's the favorite to be their pick at No. 4. - Charlie Campbell,

Gardner should be available for the Jets at the pick.

Second-hand information says the Eagles like Jermaine Johnson. - Charlie Campbell,

The problem is that Johnson is unlikely to be available at No. 15.

Second-hand information says the Bills like Andrew Booth. - Charlie Campbell,

Buffalo had a top-30 visit with Booth, who would fill a big need.

Some of the players the Saints are interested in are the two Ohio State receivers, Trevor Penning and Tyler Smith. Defensively, Kyle Hamilton, Quay Walker and Devin Lloyd. - Charlie Campbell,

New Orleans should be able to obtain two of them at 16 and 19.

NFL Rumors - April 27 Updates:
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Of team sources across the league, 40 percent believe the Texans will pick Derek Stingley. Forty percent believe Evan Neal will be the choice. Twenty percent say it'll be Ikem Ekwonu. - Charlie Campbell,

It appears as though Houston's pick is down to these three options. Stingley makes more sense than Ahmad Gardner in Lovie Smith's scheme.

The "feeling around the league" is that Atlanta's pick could be an edge rusher instead of a receiver. - Peter Schrager, NFL Network

Schrager mentions Kayvon Thibodeaux and Jermaine Johnson as possibilities.

The Jets are "smitten" with Ikem Ekwonu. - Rich Cimini, ESPN

We believe the pick will be Ahmad Gardner, but Ekwonu makes sense if the Jets wish to replace Mekhi Becton.

The Giants have received to calls to trade up to No. 7. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Teams are likely hoping that they can either get the third tackle or the second cornerback at No. 7.

NFL Rumors - April 26 Updates:
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The Cardinals, Packers and Chiefs have done a lot of homework on George Pickens. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Pickens, however, has off-the-field and ACL issues, so he may slide into Day 2.

I've heard Devin Lloyd connected to the Patriots. - Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated

Perhaps that means New England won't be taking Lloyd, given how secretive they always are.

Teams are convinced the Panthers won't go quarterback. - Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated

We're trending that way as well. Breer also notes that there's "support" for Matt Corral in the building.

I am now hearing that the Texans are deciding between Derek Stingley, Evan Neal and Ikem Ekwonu. - Walter Cherepinsky,

lol. No more Thibodeaux. They apparently do not want to deal with his drama.

The Vikings have not had a dialogue with the teams in the 9-11 range. If they trade up, it'll be a steep move, but they're more likely to trade down. - Darren Wolfson,

The Vikings have just three picks in the top 155, so it would make more sense for them to trade down.

Joe Douglas will not pass on Ikem Ekwonu if he's available at No. 4. - D.J. Bien-Aime, New York Daily News

We believe Ahmad Gardner will be the pick, but we'll see.

NFL Rumors - April 25 Updates:
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"I would be absolutely, spectacularly stunned if Kayvon Thibodeaux is a New York Jet by the end of the draft." - Charles Robinson, Yahoo!

Thibodeaux fits the sort of player Joe Douglas has drafted, but apparently there's no interest. Thibodeaux may not be available anyway.

"I've heard the Giants love [Charles Cross]." - Peter Schrager, NFL Network

Schrager is probably correct. Cross is bound to go earlier than anticipated.

A lot of noise around the league says the Texans could pick one of the top two cornerbacks. - Peter Schrager, NFL Network

Ahmad Gardner or Derek Stingley, obviously. Those make sense, as does Kayvon Thibodeaux or any of the top tackles.

The Jaguars' pick is currently a 50-50 proposition between Aidan Hutchinson and Travon Walker. - Charlie Campbell,

Charlie notes that the Jaguars are taking this decision "down to the wire."

"I will be shocked if the Panthers take Kenny Pickett at six." - Jonathan Alexander, Charlotte Observer

Pickett could be the latest quarterback to plummet.

NFL Rumors - April 24 Updates:
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There's some "buzz" about the Lions being smitten with Kayvon Thibodeaux. - Peter King, NBC

It sounds like Detroit is locked in on an edge player. The smart money is on Travon Walker or Aidan Hutchinson.

A few names "I've heard" who are options for the Titans are Treylon Burks, Skyy Moore, Trevor Penning, Zion Johnson and Kenyon Green. - Cameron Wolfe, NFL Network

Wolfe noted that the Titans have a lot of interest in Burks. However, it's unclear if he'll be available at No. 26.

No one expects Charles Cross to get by the Panthers at No. 6. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Carolina could draft a quarterback, but the team is also in desperate need of a tackle.

The Jets' coaches love Kayvon Thibodeaux, but the front office has concerns. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Thibodeaux interviewed poorly at the combine, so this is no surprise. He may not even be available at No. 4.

Updating a previous item, the former Texans employee believes Kayvon Thibodeaux will be the pick. - Walter Cherepinsky,

Either my source or the Texans have had a change of heart, or this is all meaningless. Regardless, the former Texans employee previously said he believes Houston would draft Ahmad Gardner, but now believes it'll be Thibodeaux.

NFL Rumors - April 23 Updates:
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There's a very real possibility the Seahawks will trade into the end of the first round for a quarterback. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Charlie Campbell previously reported that Seattle likes Matt Corral. The Seahawks would likely have to move up to draft him.

NFL Rumors - April 17 Updates:
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Kenny Pickett could be the Saints' "guy" in the 2022 NFL Draft. - Jeff Duncan,

Pickett could fall if the Panthers and Falcons don't want him, and the Saints could make sense if they love him. That said, the Saints seem to believe they can win now, which conflicts with selecting a quarterback in the first round.

Malik Willis is not off the table at No. 2. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Fowler said the Lions did a lot of work on Willis at the Senior Bowl, and they've been quiet about it. The smart money is still on one of the edge rushers, but the Lions may have fallen in love with Willis.

NFL Rumors - April 16 Updates:
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The Jets do not believe Garrett Wilson will make it to their pick. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

In other words, the Jets like Wilson and would want him at No. 10. It's possible he could fall to them.

The Falcons are one of the teams in the top 10 that have a premier grade on Jermaine Johnson. - Cam Marino,

The Falcons desperately need an edge rusher, and Marino expects them to have interest in Johnson at No. 8.

NFL Rumors - April 13 Updates:
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Jameson Williams will be going in the top 10. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN

There's an injury risk, and Williams' position in the top 10 is limited to the Falcons (8) and Jets (10). The Seahawks (9) would make sense if they traded one of D.K. Metcalf or Tyler Lockett.

The Panthers have spoken to several teams about moving down from No. 6. - Mike Giardi, NFL Network

Following No. 6, Carolina won't be picking again until No. 137. The Panthers have no draft resources, so it's not a surprise that they want to trade down. The problem is that teams aren't dying to move into the top 10 of a mediocre-at-best draft class.

NFL Rumors - April 10 Updates:
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The Jets have been doing an "inordinate" amount of research on Jermaine Johnson. - David Wyatt-Hupton, SB Nation

It seems as though Kayvon Thibodeaux is the favorite to be chosen No. 4, but Jermaine Johnson has the incredible upside Joe Douglas covets. It could be possible that the Jets will target Johnson at No. 4 instead, or perhaps use him as a fallback option at No. 10 if they pass on edge rushers with their initial pick.

The Chargers would love to add speed at receiver in the 2022 NFL Draft. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

The Chargers have greater needs, but they could always give Justin Herbert another weapon.

NFL Rumors - April 9 Updates:
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Panthers GM Scott Fitterer said he felt the "excitement in the building" at Malik Willis' pro day. - Joe Person, The Athletic

Person noted that this excitement has been lacking in Carolina since Cam Newton departed the first time. Though Willis is considered more raw than Kenny Pickett, it's sounding like he might be the pick at No. 6.

A former Texans employee believes the team is targeting Ahmad Gardner at No. 3. - Walter Cherepinsky,

Keep in mind that this employee no longer has any ties to the team, so take it with a grain of salt. However, he may still have friends with the organization who have given him information.

All signs point to the Eagles zeroing in on Jordan Davis or Devonte Wyatt at 15. - Honest NFL, Former Scout

Honest NFL says he's a two-time former football scout, and he has 9,000 Twitter followers, so I thought I'd post this tidbit. Defensive tackle is definitely a need, with Fletcher Cox returning for just one year.

There could be a trade between the Vikings and Chargers. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Pauline noted that the Chargers could move up for a tackle like Trevor Penning to replace the departed Bryan Bulaga. The Vikings figure to have plenty of logical options at No. 12, so it would make sense for them to trade down.

The latest Trevor Penning comes off the board is No. 14 to the Ravens. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Penning was initially seen as a late first-round pick, but his stock has been soaring lately. Baltimore needs tackle help, and Penning would figure to be a nice upgrade.

Trevor Penning is a favorite of Joe Douglas. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

The Jets' decision to spend three consecutive first-round picks on an offensive line would be dubious, but not if the Jets decide to move on from Mekhi Becton. If they do, and Douglas really covets Penning, he should consider trading down a bit to get better value.

NFL Rumors - April 7 Updates:
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The Panthers' No. 6 pick will come down to Ikem Ekwonu versus Charles Cross. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

I assume Carolina believes Evan Neal will be off the board; otherwise, he'd likely be in consideration as well. The Panthers have no quarterback, but they also don't have much of an offensive line to protect their next signal-caller.

NFL Rumors - April 6 Updates:
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The phone "hasn't been ringing" for the Jaguars' No. 1 pick. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Jacksonville would love to trade down, but no one is willing to move up in a mediocre-at-best draft class with no blue-chip quarterback prospect.

NFL Rumors - April 5 Updates:
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"Based on what I’m hearing—I would not be surprised if Desmond Ridder is a top 20 pick." - Matt Miller, ESPN

Oh boy. Miller makes one of these wild quarterback proclamations every year and always gets burned.

NFL Rumors - April 1 Updates:
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The Jets offered the No. 10 pick to the Seahawks for D.K. Metcalf, but Seattle shut it down. - Howard Eskin, 94 WIP

Eskin likely stole this story from someone, but it's still worth noting that the Seahawks value Metcalf more than the 10th-overall pick in this class. They're right to do so, given that this class is weak. Metcalf is still young, so he's worth more than that choice. Meanwhile, it must be noted that the Jets acknowledged that they want to upgrade receiver despite adding Corey Davis and Elijah Moore last offseason.

The Seahawks really like Tyler Linderbaum, Ed Ingram and Zion Johnson. Jamaree Salyer has also gotten their attention. - Charlie Campbell,

Linderbaum would be a bit of a reach at No. 9, but Ingram and Johnson would be excellent picks in the second round to improve the offensive line. Salyer makes more sense in the third frame.

The Falcons and Buccaneers have shown steady interest in Isaiah Spiller. - Aaron Wilson, The Athletic

Both teams are looking for running backs (especially the Falcons), and Spiller would be a fine choice in the second round.

The Cowboys big fans of DeMarvin Leal's versatility. - Bobby Belt, 1053TheFan

I don't think Dallas would take Leal at No. 24, but perhaps they'd target him by either trading down or moving up from their second-round choice.

The Lions have shown lots of interest in Wan'Dale Robinson. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Detroit needs a No. 2 receiver. It could select Robinson at picks 32 or 34.

The Giants like Devin Cochran an "awful lot." - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Cochran is a late-round offensive tackle with plenty of upside. The Giants could take him in the final rounds.

The Chargers haven't hid their interest in Jordan Davis. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

According to Pauline, the Chargers know they'll have to trade up into the top 12 to secure the Georgia defensive tackle.

"Kansas City likes Jalen Pitre in the Honey Badger role." - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

This is despite the Justin Reid signing. The Chiefs could take another safety in Round 2.

NFL Rumors - March 30 Updates:
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The Giants could target offensive tackle and cornerback at Nos. 5 and 7. - Charlie Campbell,

New York previously wanted two offensive linemen with their two selections, but after addressing the blocking, it sounds like they want a cornerback to replace James Bradberry.

NFL Rumors - March 28 Updates:
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The interest the Steelers have in Malik Willis is high. - Alex Kozora, Steelers Depot

Everyone knew that Najee Harris would be Pittsburgh's pick last year. We can make the same connection to Malik Willis.

NFL Rumors - March 27 Updates:
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Kevin Colbert told the media that the Mitchell Trubisky signing wouldn't preclude the team from drafting a quarterback. -

Of course, the Steelers would need their quarterback of choice (likely Malik Willis) to fall to them. If that happens, the 20th-overall pick will likely be used on that player.

NFL Rumors - March 26 Updates:
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The Chiefs, Colts and Texans are likely trading partners for James Bradberry. - Pat Leonard, New York Daily News

Houston acquiring Bradberry wouldn't make any sense because the team has no playoff aspirations. Conversely, the Chiefs and Colts are in dire need of cornerback help, so they would greatly benefit from Bradberry's presence on the team.

The Chiefs have interest in trading for James Bradberry. - Aaron Wilson, Pro Football Network

Kansas City lost offensive firepower this offseason, so it could opt to bolster its secondary instead, first with Justin Reid and now with a shutdown corner like Bradberry.

NFL Rumors - March 25 Updates:
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The Eagles are interested in Stephon Gilmore. - Glenn Erby, USA Today

Gilmore would be a huge addition to help the Eagles defeat the Cowboys. Philadelphia needs a replacement for Steven Nelson.

The Redskins had a big turnout at Sam Howell's pro day. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

It's unclear why the Redskins would be targeting Howell, given that they already surrendered a second-day pick for Carson Wentz.

Bobby Wagner visited the Ravens. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Baltimore had severe issues covering the middle of the field last year. Wagner previously visited the Rams, but left without a contract.

There's nothing to the Tom Brady to the Dolphins rumors. - Jeff Howe, The Athletic

People are speculating that Brady will be going to the Dolphins for some reason. Yet, Brady, according to Howe, has been recruiting free agents to Tampa Bay.

NFL Rumors - March 24 Updates:
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The Panthers have spoken to Cam Newton about returning to the team in 2022. - Joe Person, The A

The Panthers are a disaster.

The Eagles are among the teams interested in DeVante Parker. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald

Parker was rumored to be on the trading block before the Tyreek Hill trade, so he's as good as gone now. The Eagles would make sense, as they need a veteran to pair with DeVonta Smith.

NFL Rumors - March 23 Updates:
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The Chiefs have inquired about Laviska Shenault. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

Shenault is coming off a very disappointing 2021 campaign, but he was also coached extremely poorly. He'd have nice potential with Patrick Mahomes.

Ronald Jones is visiting the Chiefs. - Aaron Wilson, The Athletic

With Darrel Williams and Jerick McKinnon currently free agents, the Chiefs are looking to add a running back.

The Jaguars are conducting private workouts with Travon Walker and are considering him at No. 1 overall. - Charlie Campbell,

Campbell notes that Aidan Hutchinson is the favorite for now because he's safer, but that could change. Jacksonville believes Walker has the higher upside.

NFL Rumors - March 21 Updates:
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Bobby Wagner is visiting the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Linebacker has been a weak spot for a while, and the Rams would do well to steal a key player from an arch rival.

Bobby Wagner is visiting the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Linebacker has been a weak spot for a while, and the Rams would do well to steal a key player from an arch rival.

Malcolm Butler visited the Patriots. - Ben Volin, Boston Globe

It would be a nice reunion for New England and Butler, who quit on the Cardinals last year. Butler would be a replacement for Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson, both of whom have left New England recently.

Za'Darius Smith visited the Vikings. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network

Going to Minnesota would be a nice way to get revenge on the Packers, but Smith won't be wining any Super Bowls in Minnesota.

Rashaan Evans is visiting the Jaguars. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Jacksonville has a glaring need at linebacker, especially in the wake of the Myles Jack release.

The Steelers have shown lots of interest in George Pickens. - James Layton, Red Zone Insider

Pittsburgh lost both JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Washington this offseason, so it'll be in the market for a day-two receiver.

NFL Rumors - March 20 Updates:
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Leonard Fournette visited with the Patriots. - Field Yates, ESPN

This is an extremely odd fit with Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson on the roster. I wouldn't like this signing for either party.

The Panthers are targeting Duane Brown. - David Newton, ESPN

Brown would be a nice short-term solution at left tackle, which was a huge hole for Carolina last year. Whomever the Panthers sign or draft to play quarterback will greatly benefit from Brown's presence.

The Cowboys are interested in Jason Pierre-Paul. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Dallas needed a pass rusher and signed Dante Fowler, but he can't be considered the solution after two down years.

NFL Rumors - March 19 Updates:
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The Dolphins are pursuing Terron Armstead. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald

Armstead would be a huge boon for Tua Tagovailoa, whose pass protection was abysmal in 2021.

The Browns will try to re-sign Jadeveon Clowney and Jarvis Landry. - Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain-Dealer

Clowney enjoyed a solid year in Cleveland after struggling in Tennessee in 2020. Landry, on the other hand, accumulated a career-low receiving total, but missed five games and was playing with an injured quarterback.

There's mutual interest between the Browns and Will Fuller. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

This would be a great match for obvious reasons. Fuller enjoyed some great performances with Deshaun Watson throwing the ball to him, and he would be a terrific option across from Amari Cooper.

NFL Rumors - March 18 Updates:
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Deshaun Watson has decided that he wants to play for the Browns. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Watson has waived his no-trade clause for Cleveland. If Watson joins the Browns, he'll be paired with a stellar rushing attack and a No. 1 receiver in Amari Cooper, as well as a solid offensive line and strong defense. Watson's presence would instantly give the Browns a good chance of making the playoffs despite being in a loaded conference.

NFL Rumors - March 17 Updates:
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The Seahawks have made inquiry calls about Matt Ryan in addition to Baker Mayfield. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

It would be more ideal for the Browns to land Mayfield because he's much younger, but Ryan could quarterback a talented team to the playoffs.

La'el Collins is visiting the Bengals. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network

Cincinnati has already signed two guards, but the team still needs an upgrade at tackle.

The Dolphins and Patriots are interested in La'el Collins. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Miami sorely needs offensive line help, while the Patriots lost a couple of blockers this offseason.

Damien Williams is visiting the Falcons. - Field Yates, ESPN

Williams is best known for his hot finish in 2019 and then his decision to derail his own career by sitting out in 2020. He could be an upgrade in Atlanta.

The Seahawks are exploring a trade for Baker Mayfield. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Mayfield is unhappy with the Browns' actions regarding Deshaun Watson, and he wants out. The Seahawks have no quarterback at the moment.

Jameis Winston has spoken to the Colts and Saints. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Winston will likely return to New Orleans if the Saints miss out on Deshaun Watson. Otherwise, Indianapolis appears to be his likely destination.

The Panthers are likely out on Deshaun Watson. - Joe Person, The Athletic

Carolina will either have to settle for Jimmy Garoppolo or use an early draft choice on a quarterback.

Deshaun Watson will not waive his no-trade clause to go to Cleveland. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network

Watson smartly will go to the NFC. Meanwhile, the Browns have just declared their support for Baker Mayfield.

Tre'Quan Smith is visiting the Falcons. - D. Orlando Ledbetter, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Smith will be able to disappoint another NFC South team if he signs with Atlanta.

The Saints have been the favorite for Deshaun Watson "from the start." - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network

New Orleans will have to make some cuts, but Watson will have intriguing weapons at his disposal in Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas.

NFL Rumors - March 16 Updates:
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Jarvis Landry is visiting the Falcons. - Dianna Marie Russini, ESPN

This would be a fine replacement for Russell Gage, provided the Falcons move on from Matt Ryan. Pairing Landry with Ryan would prevent the Falcons from hitting rock bottom, which they need to do in order to rebuild.

Trent Brown is visiting the Seahawks. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

It figures Seattle would finally find offensive line help after trading Russell Wilson.

The Rams are close to re-signing Von Miller. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

It's a bit of a surprise that Ambassador Von Miller is likely to return to the Rams, but his move to Denver was blocked by the Randy Gregory signing.

NFL Rumors - March 15 Updates:
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The Colts and Seahawks would be attractive options for Baker Mayfield. - Aaron Wilson, The Athletic

Both teams have huge needs at quarterback and plenty of cap space. They would be more than willing to trade for Mayfield at the right price.

The Panthers and Saints are offering three first-round picks for Deshaun Watson. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Rapoport cited that the Saints are in the most advantageous position, but the Panthers have the better first-round pick this year. 

Baker Mayfield thanked Browns fans on Twitter. -

He discussed giving everything he had to the city of Cleveland. Mayfield may know something about a potential Deshaun Watson trade, or perhaps he's just bracing for the worst.

Jeff Gladney is visiting the Cardinals. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

Arizona needs cornerback help. Gladney has off-the-field issues, but the Cardinals are desperate at the position.

Eddie Goldman will visit the Ravens. - Aaron Wilson, Baltimore Sun

Stoneman would be a better choice, but Goldman would help the Ravens improve against the run.

"The Bears sent their WR coach to Cincinnati today to see Alec Pierce and not Ohio State. Pierce is a more likely target than the Ohio State receivers. Pierce is a local guy and they can bring him in for a private workout if they do desire." - Greg Gabriel, Former Bears Employee

With no first-round pick, the Bears don't really have a shot at Garrett Wilson or Chris Olave. The receiver-starved Bears could target Pierce in the second round.

The Cowboys are showing lots of interest in tight ends. - Tom Downey, Cowboys Report

It might be difficult to keep Dalton Schultz long term after 2022, so Dallas might be searching for a successor.

The Patriots have been checking in on offensive tackles, wide receivers and cornerbacks. - Doug Kyed, Pro Football Focus

This report was made before the Patriots re-signed Trent Brown, so the focus is likely now on receivers and corners.

There's strong interest in Von Miller coming to Dallas. - Jane Slater, NFL Network

The Cowboys lost Randy Gregory to the Broncos, and Miller was expected to sign with Denver, so this signing makes a lot of sense. 

The Falcons have emerged as a sleeper team to obtain Deshaun Watson. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Atlanta should do everything in its power to acquire Watson, as it'll finally get out of the purgatory it is in with Matt Ryan.

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The Raiders are in the "thick of things" with Stephon Gilmore. - Vinny Bonsignore, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gilmore will have his work cut out for him if he goes to Las Vegas because he'll be up against Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson and Justin Herbert in six games.

Russell Wilson is recruiting Bobby Wagner to Denver. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

The Broncos' top two linebackers are free agents, even if they re-sign one of them.

The Browns, Chiefs and Lions are in on Allen Robinson. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

All three have obvious needs at receiver, including the Browns, who cut Jarvis Landry today.

The Ravens are targeting Za'Darius Smith. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network

Newly cut by the Packers, Smith could go back to Baltimore, where he would fill a huge need on the edge.

The Colts are interested in trading for Jimmy Garoppolo. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

It's unclear if Garoppolo will be an upgrade over Carson Wentz, but the Colts are desperate for a change at quarterback.

The 49ers, Bears, Colts, Raiders and Texans are interested in Marquez Valdes-Scantling. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Really? Valdes-Scantling has nice speed was never even a consistent producer with Aaron Rodgers. Someone is going to overpay.

The Bengals, Jaguars and Jets have shown the most interest in Brandon Scherff. - Connor Hughes, The Athletic

All three have an obvious need for an offensive lineman, including the Bengals, who signed Alex Cappa. Scherff would be a huge upgrade if he stays healthy, but his durability is an issue.

The Jaguars are expected to make a push for Christian Kirk. - Kyle Odegard,

Trevor Lawrence needs weapons, but something tells me the Jaguars will overpay for the Arizona wideout.

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The Jaguars and Eagles are dark-horse teams for JuJu Smith-Schuster. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

Smith-Schuster had an amazing rookie year a few seasons ago, but has regressed since. It's unclear why Smith-Schuster continues to get worse, but the interested teams should not overpay.

Jarvis Landry ending up with the Chiefs has been a consistent rumor. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

The Chiefs are desperate for receiving help after struggling without Sammy Watkins. Landry would be a nice fit.

The Chargers are expected to be heavily involved with J.C. Jackson. - Mike Giardi, NFL Network

Asante Samuel Jr. had a great rookie year, but with the Chargers potentially losing Chris Harris, they need a new starter across from Samuel. Jackson is arguably the top player on the market, and he would help defend all the great quarterbacks in the AFC.

The Saints are ready to make "roster-shaking moves" to trade for Deshaun Watson. - Aaron Wilson, Pro Football Network

It seems like the Saints need to make "roster-shaking moves" to even get under the cap, so I can't even imagine what it would take to acquire Watson.

An eye should be kept on Chandler Jones as a signing for the Broncos. - James Palmer, NFL Network

Denver has to replace Von Miller, and Jones would be an excellent signing. Miller may end up returning to the team as well.

The Chiefs are expected to cut or trade Frank Clark. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Clark has a cap hit of more than $26 million, which is way too much for what he contributed last year. Clark would have to be designated as a post-June 1 cut.

Bobby Wagner wants to sign with the Chargers or Rams. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

The Rams just won the Super Bowl, but Wagner's best chance to win a ring may be going to San Angeles with the Chargers having so much cap space.

The Raiders and Patriots are interested in D.J. Chark. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Chark would fill an obvious need for both teams, and he's one of the top players available at the position.

The name heard most about the Colts' quarterbacking situation is Marcus Mariota. - Dan Graziano, ESPN

Could Mariota return to the AFC South as a starting quarterback? He would be a fine option for the Colts, as Frank Reich would get the most out of Mariota's potential.

The Panthers and Saints have submitted trade offers for Deshaun Watson. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Either team would instantly become the overwhelming favorite to win the terrible NFC South if they were to obtain Watson.

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The Bills, Steelers and Chargers are interested in trading for Fletcher Cox. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

The Steelers are the odd team in that group because they must begin rebuilding. The Bills and Chargers, conversely, are going for the Super Bowl this year, so they should consider trading for the stud defensive tackle if the price is right.

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The Cowboys are interested in Bobby Wagner. - Ed Werder, ESPN

Dallas needs a linebacker with Micah Parsons spending so much time on the edge. Wagner would be a great veteran leader for the defense.

The expectation around the league is that the Seahawks will trade for Deshaun Watson. - Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network

Watson was already linked to the Panthers, but Seattle is an obvious choice as well. The Seahawks have a quality roster and lots of cap space, and they also have a sudden big need at quarterback.

Malcolm Butler is visiting the Texans. - Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle

Butler abandoned the Cardinals last year, so it would be difficult for any team to trust him. That said, the Texans aren't exactly in a position to be choosers rather than beggars.

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The Steelers are discussing adding Jacoby Brissett. - Gerry Dulac, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Brissett would be a fine veteran option for the Steelers as they develop the quarterback they draft this April.

The Bills are expected to be the top suitor for Evan Engram. - Dan Duggan, The Athletic

Engram has never lived up to his potential, but he's never been paired with a great quarterback either.

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The Panthers have been in discussion with the Texans for a Deshaun Watson trade. - Jonathan Alexander, Charlotte Observer

Carolina has been the most likely destination for Watson because the Panthers are so desperate for a quarterback. The Panthers will get some backlash for the signing, but people will soon forget about it once the next controversy comes along.

Derek Carr has been on the Browns' radar this offseason. - Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain-Dealer

...Why? I'm not even sure Carr is an upgrade over Baker Mayfield. I personally prefer Mayfield.

Jimmy Garoppolo told the 49ers that he would waive his no-trade clause for the Colts, Saints and Steelers. -

All three destinations would be fine spots for Garoppolo, though all three could take quarterbacks in this class to compete with him.

The Colts will allow Eric Fisher to become a free agent. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Indianapolis will be looking for a long-term replacement for Anthony Castonzo. The 2022 NFL Draft class is deep at tackle, so that's good news for the Colts.

Leonard Fournette and Ronald Jones are expected to leave via free agency. - Greg Auman, The Athletic

The Buccaneers have cap issues, so it makes sense that both would depart. There are plenty of talented running backs who will be available on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft.

The Patriots have talked to the Panthers about acquiring Robby Anderson. - Greg Bedard, The Boston Sports Journal

New England would certainly be buying low after Anderson's dreadful 2021 campaign. It would only have to give up a late-round pick for him.

The Browns plan on retaining Austin Hooper despite franchising David Njoku. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN

Harrison Bryant is still on the roster as well. Ryan Pace would be proud of this.

The Lions are prepared to make a splash at receiver in free agency. - Kyle Meinke, MLive

Drake London is the favorite to go No. 2 to Detroit right now in the 2022 NFL Draft, but that would obviously change if the team obtains a high-priced receiver in free agency.

The Giants could take two offensive linemen at five and seven. - Charlie Campbell,

New York really wants to rebuild its front, so the team could take two of Evan Neal, Ikem Ekwonu and Charles Cross.

The Lions want more than a second-round pick for Jared Goff. - Charlie Campbell,

Given Goff's salary, I don't think any team would even trade a third-round pick for him without the Lions paying some of his contract.

The Saints are high on Tyler Smith. - Charlie Campbell,

New Orleans didn't franchise Terron Armstead due to cap constraints. The team could use the 18th-overall pick on Smith as a replacement.

The Seahawks like Matt Corral. - Charlie Campbell,

Seattle now has the 40th-overall pick as a result of the Russell Wilson trade, so it could use that selection on Corral. With two second-round picks this year, the Seahawks could move up for Corral if needed.

The Panthers are open to trading everyone except Brian Burns. - Charlie Campbell,

This includes Christian McCaffrey. Charlie notes that if McCaffrey were to move, Carolina would have to pay some of his salary.

The Jaguars like Aidan Hutchinson better than Evan Neal; they also like Derek Stingley and Jameson Williams. - Charlie Campbell,

Stingley and Williams would be options if the Jaguars were to trade down. With Cam Robinson franchised, Hutchinson seems to be the likely choice.

Guard is in play for the Buccaneers in the first round. - Charlie Campbell,

Ali Marpet was a surprising retirement, so it would make sense for Tampa to find a replacement early in the draft.

The Seahawks are eying offensive line help early in the draft. - Charlie Campbell,

Seattle no longer has to protect Russell Wilson, but the blocking will continue to be an issue.

The 49ers, Bengals, Chargers and Dolphins have legitimate interest in J.C. Jackson. - Jordan Schultz, The Game Day NFL

San Francisco and San Angeles have the biggest need for a cornerback, but Cincinnati and Miami would make sense as well.

The Broncos, Chargers and Packers are interested in Von Miller. - Aaron Wilson, Pro Football Network

Miller is also interested in rejoining the Broncos, even tweeting about wanting his old number back.

The Panthers are impressed with Desmond Ridder. - Joe Person, The Athletic

Person noted that this doesn't mean the Panthers would take Ridder at No. 6. However, they don't have a second-day pick, so they'll have to trade for one.

No one should be surprised if the Redskins draft Malik Willis. - Dan Graziano, ESPN

The Redskins will definitely be interested in either Willis or Kenny Pickett after failing to trade for Russell Wilson.

The Giants will likely pursue Mitchell Trubisky in free agency. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Sadly, Trubisky could beat out Daniel Jones to be the starter. Either way, the Giants are in rough shape.

Joe Douglas has been "gushing" about Treylon Burks. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Burks could certainly be a target for the Jets at 10, though with Elijah Moore, Corey Davis and Braxton Berrios on the roster, there are greater needs than receiver.

Kayvon Thibodeaux told the media that he met with the Jets and feels that they are interested in him. -

A football player being overconfident is not a rare thing, so this could be meaningless. However, the Jets need a pass rusher, and they'll have a chance to select the Oregon prospect.

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The Bills have given Cole Beasley permission to seek a trade. - Mike Garafolo, ESPN

Beasley turns 33 next month, so it's doubtful that he'll generate much interest despite his heroic stances. The Bills have so many weapons that they can afford to part ways with him. 

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Jimmy Garoppolo is someone to keep an eye on during the Steelers' quarterback search. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Pittsburgh is expected to draft a quarterback this April, but it'll want to sign a veteran in case it can't get the prospect it covets. Garoppolo makes sense as a short-term solution while that quarterback develops.

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Pete Carroll said the Seahawks won't be trading Russell Wilson. -

This could, of course, be a ploy to gain leverage, but there was another report recently that said the Seahawks wouldn't trade Wilson for anything less than three first-round picks. Seattle finished eighth in DVOA last year, so there's some hope for 2022 if the team can keep Wilson on the roster.

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James Bradberry's future with the Giants is in doubt. - Jordan Raanan, ESPN

The Giants may have to trade Bradberry because they're in a poor cap situation. Somehow, Dave Gettleman put the Giants in a terrible position despite having his quarterback and stud running back on rookie deals.

The Browns are willing to pay David Njoku a big contract to retain him. - Mary Kay Cabot,

Cleveland apparently hasn't learned from its mistake from the Austin Hooper signing. Overpaying for non-elite tight ends never works.

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