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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.



Arizona Cardinals:
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3/16: The Texans have traded WR De'Andre Hopkins to the Cardinals for RB David Johnson. -

It's unclear if the Texans will be getting a very high pick in return (No. 7 overall?) but I have a feeling that's not the case. Bill O'Brien is the dumbest person in the NFL, and he has full control over the Texans' franchise. If it weren't for Deshaun Watson, the Texans would be one of the worst teams in the NFL right now.


3/7: The Cardinals and Texans have interest in trading for Trent Williams. - Ben Standig, The Athletic

Both are very logical fits for Williams. The Cardinals have a huge hole opposite of recently re-signed D.J. Humphries, while the Texans have a major need at right tackle as well.


2/3: The Cardinals, Packers and Seahawks are expected to pursue Austin Hooper. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Both Arizona and Green Bay need tight ends. Seattle would be an odd fit with Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister on the roster.




Atlanta Falcons:
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3/19: The Falcons and Dolphins had the most interest in Todd Gurley prior to his release. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Smartly, neither team wanted to surrender resources for Gurley, given his high price tag. He'll be available for a much cheaper deal now, and both Miami and Atlanta are logical landing spots. Go here to see other teams that could sign Todd Gurley.


2/12: The Falcons are weighing moving on from Devonta Freeman. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Freeman has trouble staying healthy, and his injuries have taken a toll on his explosiveness. Atlanta will save $3.5 million if they release Freeman, but they'll have a gaping hole at running back.




Buffalo Bills:
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3/19: The Bills are interested in Melvin Gordon. - Matt Parrino, NYUP.com

Umm... why? Devin Singletary looked like a special player at times during his rookie campaign, especially very late in the year when he was recovered from his injury. I like what the Bills have done this offseason, but I feel as though this would be overkill. Overpaying for a running back like the injury-prone Gordon would be a big mistake, especially when Singletary is on the roster.


3/16: The Cowboys, Bills, Jets and Raiders are interested in Chris Harris. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Harris is in his 30s now, but he's still playing at a high level. All of these teams make lots of sense, except maybe the Bills, who already have a strong secondary.


3/13: Christian Kirksey is visiting the Packers and Bills. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Green Bay makes much more sense than Buffalo. The Packers have a big need at linebacker, while the Bills would just use Kirksey as a backup.








Chicago Bears:
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3/16: The Bears are attempting to trade for Nick Foles. - Michael Lombardi, The Athletic

And yet, the Jaguars don't want to part with Nick Foles. This is the NFL's version of Dumb & Dumber, except Bill O'Brien would need to be involved somehow. I don't understand both sides of this. Foles is overpaid, so the Bears shouldn't want him, and yet the Jaguars should be dying to shed such a horrible contract.


3/1: The Bears have been in touch with Andy Dalton. - Paul Dehner, The Athletic

Chicago isn't ready to give up on Mitchell Trubisky yet, but the front office would be foolish to enter the 2020 campaign without finding some veteran competition for the apparent first-round bust. Dalton would probably be an upgrade over Trubisky, but we've seen him fail to lead a team deep into the playoffs despite having supreme talent around him.


2/28: The Bears are planning to pursue Austin Hooper. - Jason Lieser, Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago overpaid for Trey Burton a couple of offseasons ago. Burton has been a major bust, and spending for Hooper would be a much wiser move. With the Packers also pursuing Hooper, Chicago might be willing to pay more than market value for the athletic tight end.




Cincinnati Bengals:
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2/12: The Bengals are trying to facilitate a trade for Andy Dalton. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Dalton is a sub-par quarterback, but he would be an upgrade for some teams. Trading for Dalton would require a third-day pick.




Cleveland Browns:
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2/24: Cleveland is a landing spot for Anthony Harris. - Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com

Harris is a very talented, young safety. He's actually the No. 5 overall player in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. Thus, the Browns would land a big-time player if this comes to fruition. If Harris joins the secondary, Cleveland will have one of the best defenses in the NFL with Myles Garrett returning from suspension. Cleveland will have a chance to land Harris as a result of the Vikings being in cap purgatory, stemming from the awful Kirk Cousins contract.








Dallas Cowboys:
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3/19: The Cowboys have interest in Emmanuel Sanders. - Jane Slater, NFL Network

Dallas managed to re-sign Amari Cooper, but lost Randall Cobb to a ridiculous contract from the Texans. They need a third receiver to go along with Cooper and Michael Gallup, and they can sign Sanders because they have lots of money to spend.


3/16: The Cowboys, Bills, Jets and Raiders are interested in Chris Harris. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Harris is in his 30s now, but he's still playing at a high level. All of these teams make lots of sense, except maybe the Bills, who already have a strong secondary.


3/1: The Cowboys, Raiders, Texans, Jets and Lions are interested in CB Chris Harris. - Troy Renick, Denver 7

Harris has been one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL over the past several seasons, but there is some concern with him, given that he turns 31 this offseason. These teams that are interested in him better make sure they're not paying on past production. Harris would make sense for all of these teams, as all five must improve their cornerback play. It'll be interesting to see if Detroit's decision-making at No. 3 would change if it lands Harris.




Detroit Lions:
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3/19: The Eagles are working on a trade for Darius Slay. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

This would be a great move for Philadelphia, and a necessary one, as the cornerback-desperate Eagles missed out on Chris Harris and Byron Jones. "Big Play" Slay would be a great consolation prize. This deal makes sense for the Lions after they signed Desmond Trufant.


3/1: The Cowboys, Raiders, Texans, Jets and Lions are interested in CB Chris Harris. - Troy Renick, Denver 7

Harris has been one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL over the past several seasons, but there is some concern with him, given that he turns 31 this offseason. These teams that are interested in him better make sure they're not paying on past production. Harris would make sense for all of these teams, as all five must improve their cornerback play. It'll be interesting to see if Detroit's decision-making at No. 3 would change if it lands Harris.




Green Bay Packers:
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3/19: The Colts, Packers and Redskins have interest in Delanie Walker. - John Keim, ESPN

Walker turns 36 in the summer, so he obviously doesn't have much time remaining in the NFL. However, he might be serviceable for another season, and all three teams in question need a tight end. The Colts have Jack Doyle, but they like running two-tight end sets, which means a void was created when Eric Ebron left the team.


3/15: The Packers and Raiders will be all over Cory Littleton. - Vic Tafur, The Athletic

This would make sense, as Littleton would be an outstanding signing for both teams. The Packers and Raiders have a major weakness at linebacker, and Littleton is the best player at his position on the market. Both the Packers and Raiders saw Littleton firsthand in their 2018 matchups against the Rams.


3/13: Christian Kirksey is visiting the Packers and Bills. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Green Bay makes much more sense than Buffalo. The Packers have a big need at linebacker, while the Bills would just use Kirksey as a backup.


2/28: The Packers will make a run at Austin Hooper this offseason. - Rob Demovsky, ESPN

Hooper is an athletic, young tight end who has made an improvement each season in the NFL. His production wouldn't increase as much in Green Bay because he always played from behind in Atlanta, but he would provide a huge boost for the Packers, who have endured a rapidly declining Jimmy Graham in recent years.


2/3: The Cardinals, Packers and Seahawks are expected to pursue Austin Hooper. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Both Arizona and Green Bay need tight ends. Seattle would be an odd fit with Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister on the roster.








Houston Texans:
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3/16: The Texans have traded DeAndre Hopkins because of friction between Bill O'Brien and Hopkins. - Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle

What a surprise. O'Brien is not only the dumbest person in the NFL, he's also the most abrasive. He cannot get along with anyone. At some point, the Texans must realize this and fire him before he trades other talented players for nothing.


3/16: The Texans have traded WR De'Andre Hopkins to the Cardinals for RB David Johnson. -

It's unclear if the Texans will be getting a very high pick in return (No. 7 overall?) but I have a feeling that's not the case. Bill O'Brien is the dumbest person in the NFL, and he has full control over the Texans' franchise. If it weren't for Deshaun Watson, the Texans would be one of the worst teams in the NFL right now.


3/7: The Cardinals and Texans have interest in trading for Trent Williams. - Ben Standig, The Athletic

Both are very logical fits for Williams. The Cardinals have a huge hole opposite of recently re-signed D.J. Humphries, while the Texans have a major need at right tackle as well.


3/4: Sammy Watkins wants to play for the Texans. - Pete Sweeney, Arrowhead Pride

Watkins is currently under contract with the Chiefs, but Kansas City is expected to cut him because his contract is so bloated. The Texans might be able to sign him for a relatively cheap, 1-year "prove it" contract, and if so, that would be a nice move. Then again, Bill O'Brien is still calling the shots for the Texans, so he might surrender a first-round pick in a trade for Watkins.


3/1: The Cowboys, Raiders, Texans, Jets and Lions are interested in CB Chris Harris. - Troy Renick, Denver 7

Harris has been one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL over the past several seasons, but there is some concern with him, given that he turns 31 this offseason. These teams that are interested in him better make sure they're not paying on past production. Harris would make sense for all of these teams, as all five must improve their cornerback play. It'll be interesting to see if Detroit's decision-making at No. 3 would change if it lands Harris.




Indianapolis Colts:
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3/19: The Colts, Packers and Redskins have interest in Delanie Walker. - John Keim, ESPN

Walker turns 36 in the summer, so he obviously doesn't have much time remaining in the NFL. However, he might be serviceable for another season, and all three teams in question need a tight end. The Colts have Jack Doyle, but they like running two-tight end sets, which means a void was created when Eric Ebron left the team.


3/16: The Colts are expected to pursue Philip Rivers. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

This is obvious, as the Colts are in desperate need of an upgrade at quarterback. I'm sure Philip Rivers would prefer to stay in Florida with his family, but Indianapolis would allow him to make a deep playoff run and perhaps even win a Super Bowl.


2/28: The Patriots and Colts have shown interest in Marcus Mariota. - Tony Pauline, NFL Network

New England needs a contingency plan if Tom Brady ends up leaving for one of the teams his reps met with (Colts, Raiders, Chargers.) If the Patriots sign Mariota, they'll likely use an early draft choice on a quarterback, so Mariota would be a backup/reclamation project for Bill Belichick. The same would apply to the Colts.


2/28: Tom Brady's agents have met with the Colts, Raiders and Chargers at the combine. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Jeff Darlington has sparked speculation that Tom Brady will leave the Patriots for one of these teams, and this just adds fuel to the fire. It must also be noted that Brady and the Patriots have not discussed a contract yet. That said, a lot can change in the next few weeks, and Brady could easily be doing this just to gain some leverage with New England. While it's certainly possible that Brady signs with one of these three teams, my money would still be on him returning to New England, though this is just speculation, of course.


2/27: The Colts are the most likely landing spot for Eric Berry. - Jim Trotter, NFL Network

Berry sat out last year, but will be attempting a comeback at the age of 31. It would be great to see Berry again, so hopefully he can perform well off his hiatus. The Colts could use a safety, and it would make sense for Berry to want to play alongside Justin Houston for a Super Bowl contender once again.


2/21: Nelson Agholor has been linked to the Colts this offseason. - Stephen Holder, The Athletic

Agholor played for Frank Reich when the two won a Super Bowl in Philadelphia a couple of years ago, so the fit makes sense. However, Agholor drops passes late in games, so he wouldn't be an upgrade o any sort for Indianapolis' mediocre receiving corps.


2/3: The Colts are expected to make a run at Jadeveon Clowney. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com

Indianapolis needs to strengthen its pass rush to deal with Deshaun Watson, and it has plenty of cap space to obtain the dominant defensive end.




Jacksonville Jaguars:
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3/16: The Bears are attempting to trade for Nick Foles. - Michael Lombardi, The Athletic

And yet, the Jaguars don't want to part with Nick Foles. This is the NFL's version of Dumb & Dumber, except Bill O'Brien would need to be involved somehow. I don't understand both sides of this. Foles is overpaid, so the Bears shouldn't want him, and yet the Jaguars should be dying to shed such a horrible contract.


1/19: Philip Rivers has permanently moved to Florida. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN

This doesn't mean that he's officially done with the Chargers, but it certainly seems like that's the case. The Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars could all use Rivers as a short-term solution.






Las Vegas Raiders:
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3/16: The Raiders are closing in on Marcus Mariota. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network

I'm eager to see what offensive coordinator and quarterbacks guru Greg Olson can do with Mariota. I don't think it's out of the question that Mariota can do to Derek Carr as Ryan Tannehill did to him in 2019.


3/16: The Cowboys, Bills, Jets and Raiders are interested in Chris Harris. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Harris is in his 30s now, but he's still playing at a high level. All of these teams make lots of sense, except maybe the Bills, who already have a strong secondary.


3/16: The Dolphins, Jets, Raiders and Eagles are interested in Byron Jones. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

All of these locations make sense for Jones. Miami can afford to pay Jones the most, and he would also benefit from not paying in state taxes in Florida. The Eagles, however, would offer him an opportunity for revenge.


3/15: The Packers and Raiders will be all over Cory Littleton. - Vic Tafur, The Athletic

This would make sense, as Littleton would be an outstanding signing for both teams. The Packers and Raiders have a major weakness at linebacker, and Littleton is the best player at his position on the market. Both the Packers and Raiders saw Littleton firsthand in their 2018 matchups against the Rams.


3/12: Christian Kirk is visiting the Raiders. - Kevin Patra, NFL.com

The Raiders are in desperate need of a linebacker. Kirksey would be a nice buy-low option after struggling with injuries in recent seasons.


3/10: Gabe Jackson has been discussed in trade talks. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

It wouldn't be a good idea for the Raiders to trade Jackson, as they'd be selling low. Jackson is coming off a down year, which was the result of an MCL injury he suffered in August. He's also owed about $28 million over the next three years, so they won't get anything substantial in return for him because teams might be hesitant to acquire such a highly paid player. Jackson is likely to rebound in 2020, so the Raiders should just keep him.


3/6: The Raiders are interested in Marcus Mariota. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network

Unlike the Tom Brady signing, this would allow the Raiders to keep Derek Carr, all while finding an alternative plan at the position. Coincidentally, it would mirror what the Titans did with Mariota as the incumbent when they signed Ryan Tannehill. Mariota is still young (26), so there's still time for him to finally live up to his 2015 draft billing. Also, there's little doubt that quarterbacks guru Greg Olson will get the most out of him.


3/1: The Cowboys, Raiders, Texans, Jets and Lions are interested in CB Chris Harris. - Troy Renick, Denver 7

Harris has been one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL over the past several seasons, but there is some concern with him, given that he turns 31 this offseason. These teams that are interested in him better make sure they're not paying on past production. Harris would make sense for all of these teams, as all five must improve their cornerback play. It'll be interesting to see if Detroit's decision-making at No. 3 would change if it lands Harris.


3/1: The Raiders are expected to target CB Byron Jones in free agency. - Vincent Bonsignore, Las Vegas Review-Journal

This would be a great signing. Jones is the top cornerback in free agency, and the Raiders' secondary is in desperate need of multiple upgrades. With the Raiders likely to target a receiver and a linebacker in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, signing Jones would allow them to focus on those other positions.


2/28: Tom Brady's agents have met with the Colts, Raiders and Chargers at the combine. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Jeff Darlington has sparked speculation that Tom Brady will leave the Patriots for one of these teams, and this just adds fuel to the fire. It must also be noted that Brady and the Patriots have not discussed a contract yet. That said, a lot can change in the next few weeks, and Brady could easily be doing this just to gain some leverage with New England. While it's certainly possible that Brady signs with one of these three teams, my money would still be on him returning to New England, though this is just speculation, of course.


2/25: It would be stunning if Tom Brady returned to New England. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

It's unclear if Darlington is basing this on reporting or opinion, but it's shocking news regardless. Brady is coming off a down year, but he had an awful supporting cast. He's likely to rebound in 2020. Darlington mentioned the Titans, Raiders and Chargers as the front-runners to obtain Brady.


2/25: The Titans are handicapped to be the favorites to obtain Tom Brady. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

This includes the Patriots. Per Darlington, the order of teams most likely to land Brady are the Titans, Raiders and then the Patriots. Tennessee makes sense as a fit, given that Brady is close to both Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson, both of whom spent time with the Patriots. I'm sure Brady is intrigued with the prospect of working with A.J. Brown, who seems like he could emerge as a superstar in his second NFL season.


2/25: Raiders GM Mike Mayock said he's open to upgrading Derek Carr. -

Coaches and general managers will often say that a certain quarterback is their starter, so this is a big deal. Mayock is well aware that Carr is a pedestrian talent with a low ceiling, and he's correct to being open to upgrading Carr. Per Adam Schefter, the Raiders are No. 2 in the race to land Tom Brady, only behind Tennessee.


2/15: The Raiders are prepared to give Tom Brady a 2-year, $60 million contract. - Larry Fitzgerald Sr., Minnesota reporter

If so, it doesn't sound like enough. I imagine other teams will be willing to give Brady more money than that, so the Raiders will have to up the ante if they want to upgrade Derek Carr.


2/2: The Raiders will pursue Tom Brady. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Brady met with owner Mark Davis, who is understandably interested in signing the greatest quarterback of all time. Brady would be a massive upgrade over the underwhelming Derek Carr.




Los Angeles Chargers:
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2/28: Tom Brady's agents have met with the Colts, Raiders and Chargers at the combine. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Jeff Darlington has sparked speculation that Tom Brady will leave the Patriots for one of these teams, and this just adds fuel to the fire. It must also be noted that Brady and the Patriots have not discussed a contract yet. That said, a lot can change in the next few weeks, and Brady could easily be doing this just to gain some leverage with New England. While it's certainly possible that Brady signs with one of these three teams, my money would still be on him returning to New England, though this is just speculation, of course.


2/25: It would be stunning if Tom Brady returned to New England. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

It's unclear if Darlington is basing this on reporting or opinion, but it's shocking news regardless. Brady is coming off a down year, but he had an awful supporting cast. He's likely to rebound in 2020. Darlington mentioned the Titans, Raiders and Chargers as the front-runners to obtain Brady.


1/19: Philip Rivers has permanently moved to Florida. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN

This doesn't mean that he's officially done with the Chargers, but it certainly seems like that's the case. The Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars could all use Rivers as a short-term solution.




Los Angeles Rams:
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3/19: The Rams are attempting to trade Todd Gurley. - Michael Silver, NFL Network

The problem is that no sane team will want to trade for Gurley unless they receive compensation in a Brock Osweiler-type deal. Not only does Gurley have degenerative knees that will shorten his career and prevent him from handling a full seasonal workload; he also is under a miserable contract that will crush any team's cap situation. If I were running a team, I would need at least a third-round pick packaged with Gurley to obtain him, and even that may not be enough.


3/16: Brandin Cooks could be traded again this offseason. - Michael Silver, NFL Network

Silver notes that this wouldn't take a first-round pick this time, nor should it. Cooks has either clashed with teammates or disappointed at his 18 NFL stops thus far, and there's no reason to believe that won't continue to happen.


3/1: Rob Havenstein is a trade candidate. - Rich Hammond, The Athletic

The Rams already have one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL, so the blocking would get even worse if Havenstein were to be traded. However, given the Rams' lack of cap space and draft capital, they might be forced into dealing Havenstein, who is expected to rebound off a down 2019 campaign.


2/6: Todd Gurley could be traded this offseason. - Lindsey Thiry, ESPN

The Rams apparently would like to move on from Gurley and his albatross of a contract, but that'll be difficult because cutting him would produce about $25 million in dead money. Trading Gurley would be tough as well because he has arthritic knees, making his future very bleak. Teams would be interested in trading for Gurley if he had a manageable contract, but that's not the case. The Rams may have to roster him for at least one more year.


2/3: Michael Brockers thanked the Rams on Twitter. -

It seems as though Brockers will move on. The Rams have signed some dubious contracts of late, so they can't afford to keep their great defense intact.






Miami Dolphins:
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3/19: The Falcons and Dolphins had the most interest in Todd Gurley prior to his release. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Smartly, neither team wanted to surrender resources for Gurley, given his high price tag. He'll be available for a much cheaper deal now, and both Miami and Atlanta are logical landing spots. Go here to see other teams that could sign Todd Gurley.


3/16: The Dolphins are interested in Colts OT/G Joe Haeg. - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald

I imagine they'd want to give him a 3-year, $30 million contract. This would be a massive overpay, but that has been Miami's strategy thus far in free agency.


3/16: The Dolphins, Jets, Raiders and Eagles are interested in Byron Jones. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

All of these locations make sense for Jones. Miami can afford to pay Jones the most, and he would also benefit from not paying in state taxes in Florida. The Eagles, however, would offer him an opportunity for revenge.


3/15: The Dolphins are interested in Melvin Gordon. - Cameron Wolfe, ESPN

Miami will likely have its pick of the litter in regard to a rookie running back at No. 18 overall - i.e. D'Andre Swift or Jonathan Taylor - but the team could just eschew both of them by signing Melvin Gordon. The Dolphins have the most cap space in the NFL, so they can afford to give Gordon what he wants. Still, the Dolphins shouldn't overpay for a running back, given the large number of talented players available at the position this offseason.


3/3: The Dolphins are interested in Logan Ryan. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald

The fit makes a ton of sense. Not only do the Dolphins need a cornerback, but Ryan has experience in Brian Flores' system, as the two were together in New England a few years ago.


2/3: Tom Brady's wife prefers Miami. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Brady is favored to go back to the Patriots, but don't count out Miami if Gisele has any pull.


1/27: The Chargers have moved on from Philip Rivers. - Jay Glazer, FOX Sports

This can't be a surprise, given that Rivers moved his entire family to Florida. Rivers, however, seems to be intent on playing in 2020, and I'd say the favorites to land him are the Buccaneers and Dolphins. 


1/19: Philip Rivers has permanently moved to Florida. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN

This doesn't mean that he's officially done with the Chargers, but it certainly seems like that's the case. The Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars could all use Rivers as a short-term solution.




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2/18: Stefon Diggs has deleted everything Vikings-related on Instagram. -

This could mean nothing, but it seems likely that Diggs will be traded. He's been displeased with his role in the offense with Kirk Cousins, and because of Cousins' contract, Minnesota is a whopping $11 million over the cap. There aren't even three teams over the cap, so that's the sort of rough shape the Vikings are in at the moment.




New England Patriots:
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3/4: The 49ers are "closing hard" on Tom Brady, who did not have a productive phone call with Bill Belichick today. - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston

There have been talks about a sign-and-trade involving Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo, though Ian Rapoport said that he hadn't heard anything on that matter. Brady had a phone call with Belichick which, according to Curran, didn't go very well. Things can change in the next two weeks, however, so don't discount the possibility of Brady returning to New England.


2/28: The Patriots and Colts have shown interest in Marcus Mariota. - Tony Pauline, NFL Network

New England needs a contingency plan if Tom Brady ends up leaving for one of the teams his reps met with (Colts, Raiders, Chargers.) If the Patriots sign Mariota, they'll likely use an early draft choice on a quarterback, so Mariota would be a backup/reclamation project for Bill Belichick. The same would apply to the Colts.


2/28: Tom Brady's agents have met with the Colts, Raiders and Chargers at the combine. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network

Jeff Darlington has sparked speculation that Tom Brady will leave the Patriots for one of these teams, and this just adds fuel to the fire. It must also be noted that Brady and the Patriots have not discussed a contract yet. That said, a lot can change in the next few weeks, and Brady could easily be doing this just to gain some leverage with New England. While it's certainly possible that Brady signs with one of these three teams, my money would still be on him returning to New England, though this is just speculation, of course.


2/25: It would be stunning if Tom Brady returned to New England. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

It's unclear if Darlington is basing this on reporting or opinion, but it's shocking news regardless. Brady is coming off a down year, but he had an awful supporting cast. He's likely to rebound in 2020. Darlington mentioned the Titans, Raiders and Chargers as the front-runners to obtain Brady.


2/25: The Titans are handicapped to be the favorites to obtain Tom Brady. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

This includes the Patriots. Per Darlington, the order of teams most likely to land Brady are the Titans, Raiders and then the Patriots. Tennessee makes sense as a fit, given that Brady is close to both Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson, both of whom spent time with the Patriots. I'm sure Brady is intrigued with the prospect of working with A.J. Brown, who seems like he could emerge as a superstar in his second NFL season.






New York Giants:
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3/16: The Giants are making a strong push to sign Blake Martinez. - Matt Lombardo, NJ.com

New York has needed help at linebacker for quite some time, so Martinez would be a very welcome addition.


3/16: The Giants are heavily pursuing Jadeveon Clowney. - Art Stapleton, USA Today

There was a fake Adam Schefter account that tweeted out that Clowney signed with the Giants, but perhaps the author of this fake account has some divination abilities. Clowney would be huge for the Giants, who must upgrade their pass rush and in turn, improve the secondary. Clowney, the best non-quarterback available, would certainly help them do that.


3/5: Jadeveon Clowney is interested in playing for the Giants. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY

I'm sure Clowney is willing to play for whomever is willing to pay him a ton of money, but he mentioned the Giants specifically. The Giants have the sixth-most cap space in the NFL at the moment, so they can afford to pay Clowney a big contract. Clowney would go a long way in improving the Giants' horrific secondary, which is likely to see some upgrades as well.




New York Jets:
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3/16: The Cowboys, Bills, Jets and Raiders are interested in Chris Harris. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

Harris is in his 30s now, but he's still playing at a high level. All of these teams make lots of sense, except maybe the Bills, who already have a strong secondary.


3/16: The Dolphins, Jets, Raiders and Eagles are interested in Byron Jones. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

All of these locations make sense for Jones. Miami can afford to pay Jones the most, and he would also benefit from not paying in state taxes in Florida. The Eagles, however, would offer him an opportunity for revenge.


3/10: The Jets are interested in James Bradberry. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY

It seems like the Jets are interested in everyone at this rate. As Kenny would say, "I think the Jets are interested in your sister." This makes sense though, as the Jets have tons of needs and lots of cap space to utilize.


3/7: The Jets are interested in Byron Jones. - Rich Cimini, ESPN

New York is currently paying lots of money to Trumaine Johnson, but considering that he was a bust signing, the team is desperate at the position. The Jets have plenty of money to spend, so they could snare the best corner on the market.


3/7: The Jets plan on pursing Graham Glasgow and Joe Thuney. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY

They're also in the market for Trent Williams. All three play different positions on the offensive line, but this all makes sense because the Jets have so many holes up front. Sam Darnold will take a huge step forward in 2020 if the Jets can successfully repair their offensive line.


3/6: The Jets are one of the teams pursuing Trent Williams. - Connor Hughes, The Athletic

This makes sense on paper. The Jets have plenty of money to spend, and they have a huge hole at tackle. They need to do whatever it takes to protect Sam Darnold, so it shouldn't shock anyone if they trade for Williams. That said, they could have buyer's remorse if they surrender too much, given that Williams has an injury history and was out of football all of 2019.


3/1: The Cowboys, Raiders, Texans, Jets and Lions are interested in CB Chris Harris. - Troy Renick, Denver 7

Harris has been one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL over the past several seasons, but there is some concern with him, given that he turns 31 this offseason. These teams that are interested in him better make sure they're not paying on past production. Harris would make sense for all of these teams, as all five must improve their cornerback play. It'll be interesting to see if Detroit's decision-making at No. 3 would change if it lands Harris.


3/1: The Jets are not expected to sign Jack Conklin. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

Pro Football Talk reported that Conklin would sign with the Jets, but Schefter is calling that out as fake news. Conklin would be a nice addition for the Jets, who need two new offensive tackles.


2/29: Jack Conklin is expected to sign with the Jets. - , Pro Football Talk

This would be a huge boon for Sam Darnold, who performed much better last year when his offensive line was intact. Conklin would be an enormous upgrade at right tackle. It's worth noting that this wouldn't preclude the Jets from selecting a left tackle at No. 11 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft because they'd still need a blind-side protector to replace Kelvin Beachum.


2/15: It's unlikely that the Jets will re-sign Robby Anderson. - Connor Hughes, The Athletic

Anderson wants $13-15 million per year, which is absurd. The Jets are willing to give him "just" $10 million, which is still a high number. It sounds like Anderson will be overpaid this offseason.


2/3: The Jets will go hard after Joe Thuney. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Thuney is the top free agent guard, and he would fill a huge need, all while weakening a hated rival.




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3/19: The Eagles are working on a trade for Darius Slay. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

This would be a great move for Philadelphia, and a necessary one, as the cornerback-desperate Eagles missed out on Chris Harris and Byron Jones. "Big Play" Slay would be a great consolation prize. This deal makes sense for the Lions after they signed Desmond Trufant.


3/16: The Dolphins, Jets, Raiders and Eagles are interested in Byron Jones. - Josina Anderson, ESPN

All of these locations make sense for Jones. Miami can afford to pay Jones the most, and he would also benefit from not paying in state taxes in Florida. The Eagles, however, would offer him an opportunity for revenge.


2/12: The Eagles have Demarcus Robinson in "their sights." - Jeff McLane, Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia is in dire need of a deep option at receiver after DeSean Jackson flopped. Demarcus Robinson flashed in 2019, but didn't have much of an opportunity with Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins in front of him.


2/3: Logan Ryan will be in play for the Eagles. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Philadelphia is in desperate need for cornerback help, and Ryan won't be enough. Still, he would provide some needed help.




San Francisco 49ers:
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3/15: The 49ers are not interested in Tom Brady, whose choices are down to Tampa Bay and New England. - Chris Simms, NBC

San Francisco would rather keep Jimmy Garoppolo, who holds on to the ball too long in the pocket and ended up costing them a Super Bowl victory. Makes sense. I've said all along that I believe Brady will ultimately go back to the Patriots, but it sounds as though the Buccaneers are interested.


3/4: The 49ers are "closing hard" on Tom Brady, who did not have a productive phone call with Bill Belichick today. - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston

There have been talks about a sign-and-trade involving Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo, though Ian Rapoport said that he hadn't heard anything on that matter. Brady had a phone call with Belichick which, according to Curran, didn't go very well. Things can change in the next two weeks, however, so don't discount the possibility of Brady returning to New England.




Seattle Seahawks:
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2/4: Greg Olsen will visit the Seahawks this week. - Adam Schefter, ESPN

This is an odd fit because Olsen would be a downgrade from both Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister.


2/3: The Cardinals, Packers and Seahawks are expected to pursue Austin Hooper. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Both Arizona and Green Bay need tight ends. Seattle would be an odd fit with Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister on the roster.




Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
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3/16: Teddy Bridgewater is the Buccaneers' backup plan if they can't land Tom Brady. - Charles Robinson, Yahoo!

I imagine Brady has to be intrigued with playing with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and O.J. Howard. He would do well there, as would Teddy Bridgewater under Bruce Arians.


3/12: The Buccaneers are going "all in" on Tom Brady. - Rick Stroud, Tampa Bay Times

It would be shocking to see Brady go to Tampa, but it would be fun to see him work with all of the Buccaneers' talented receivers and tight ends.


2/15: Tampa Bay is a landing spot for Tony Jefferson. - Greg Auman, The Athletic

Jefferson was cut after dealing with a knee injury last year, but he's still young and can rebound. Bruce Arians drafted him once upon a time, so Jefferson re-joining his former coach makes sense.


2/10: The Buccaneers' interest in Philip Rivers is legitimate. - Jenna Laine, ESPN

This makes so much sense for obvious reasons. Bruce Arians had success with Carson Palmer in Arizona, and I'm sure he's exhausted from all of Jameis Winston's interceptions. It's worth noting that Laine said that the Buccaneers have interest in all of the other veteran quarterbacks - Drew Brees, Tom Brady - but Rivers is most likely to sign with Tampa Bay because he moved his family to Florida.


2/3: There's increasing chatter connecting Philip Rivers to the Buccaneers. - Benjamin Allbright, Pro Football Network

Rivers has moved to Florida, so this makes sense. Rivers would do well with Tampa Bay's excellent supporting cast.


1/27: The Chargers have moved on from Philip Rivers. - Jay Glazer, FOX Sports

This can't be a surprise, given that Rivers moved his entire family to Florida. Rivers, however, seems to be intent on playing in 2020, and I'd say the favorites to land him are the Buccaneers and Dolphins. 


1/19: Philip Rivers has permanently moved to Florida. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN

This doesn't mean that he's officially done with the Chargers, but it certainly seems like that's the case. The Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars could all use Rivers as a short-term solution.




Tennessee Titans:
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3/13: The Titans are not interested in Tom Brady and want to re-sign Ryan Tannehill. - Dianna Marie Russini, ESPN

Welcome to 2020, where the Titans would prefer to have Tannehill as their quarterback over Brady. This seems like a huge mistake. Brady is obviously on the decline, but he can still lead a team to the Super Bowl. Tannehill will not go toe to toe with Patrick Mahomes in a shootout.


2/25: It would be stunning if Tom Brady returned to New England. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

It's unclear if Darlington is basing this on reporting or opinion, but it's shocking news regardless. Brady is coming off a down year, but he had an awful supporting cast. He's likely to rebound in 2020. Darlington mentioned the Titans, Raiders and Chargers as the front-runners to obtain Brady.


2/25: The Titans are handicapped to be the favorites to obtain Tom Brady. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN

This includes the Patriots. Per Darlington, the order of teams most likely to land Brady are the Titans, Raiders and then the Patriots. Tennessee makes sense as a fit, given that Brady is close to both Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson, both of whom spent time with the Patriots. I'm sure Brady is intrigued with the prospect of working with A.J. Brown, who seems like he could emerge as a superstar in his second NFL season.




Washington Redskins:
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3/19: The Colts, Packers and Redskins have interest in Delanie Walker. - John Keim, ESPN

Walker turns 36 in the summer, so he obviously doesn't have much time remaining in the NFL. However, he might be serviceable for another season, and all three teams in question need a tight end. The Colts have Jack Doyle, but they like running two-tight end sets, which means a void was created when Eric Ebron left the team.


3/1: The Redskins are one of the teams most interested in James Bradberry. - Connor Hughes, The Athletic

Bradberry is ranked as the No. 2 cornerback in free agency, so adding him would provide a huge, much-needed boost to the secondary. The Redskins must upgrade the position this offseason, and Bradberry would be a great fit because he's used to playing in Ron Rivera's system.


2/28: The Redskins are expected to make a bid on Philip Rivers. - Tony Pauline, Pro Football Network

Wut. For those who may have forgotten - because the Redskins seem to have - the team in question drafted Dwayne Haskins in the first round last year. Haskins got off to a rough start in his first few appearances, but improved each week at the end of the year. He has promise heading into 2020, especially if the Redskins can resolve the Trent Williams situation. I don't understand why the Redskins would block Haskins from starting. Meanwhile, it would be puzzling to see Rivers go to Washington, given that he has so many better options available.


2/3: Washington is a landing spot for Greg Olsen. - Mark Maske, Washington Post

Olsen to the Redskins makes sense because he played for Ron Rivera for a long time. The Redskins need a tight end, so they could sign Olsen as a short-term solution.


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