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Dave Birkett Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Mar 20, 2019 Free Press sports writer Dave Birkett peers into his crystal ball to predict who the Detroit Lions will select with the No. 8 pick in the 2019 NFL draft: 1-Arizona Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma – A change up top as rumors continue to run rampant that the Cardinals will take Murray and deal last year’s first-round pick, Josh Rosen. [ Carlos: Why Lions should draft Kyler Murray in NFL draft ] 2-San Francisco 49ers: DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State – The 49ers traded for Dee Ford, but he’s essentially on a one-year deal. Bosa is too good to pass up at No. 2. 3-New York Jets: OLB Josh Allen, Kentucky – Anthony Barr bailed on the Jets to return to Minnesota, so New York turns to Allen to fill its pass-rush void. 4-Oakland Raiders: DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State – Sweat was reportedly flagged for a heart condition at the combine, but the Raiders took Mo Hurst last season and … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions nab defensive star in NFL mock draft 2.0
The Seahawks signal-caller wants to be the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history by Will Brinson @WillBrinson Mar 19, 2019 at 2:30 pm ET • 3 min read There is a substantial amount of speculation swirling around Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, with the former Super Bowl winner heading into the final year of his contract. Not enough people are talking about this -- 75 percent of quarterbacks going into the final year of their deal with no serious buzz about a new contract would generate fanbase and media meltdowns. Everyone's just sort of bobbing along when it comes to Russell. Fortunately we've got Jimmy Fallon on the case! The "Tonight Show" host had Wilson on this week and spent most of the interview asking Wilson about playing for the Giants and the rumors surrounding the Giants trading for him. Russell demurred, as you would expect, although he didn't totally close the door.The former SNL star also asked Wilson about getting … [Read more...] about Russell Wilson says there’s ‘great potential’ he’ll become highest-paid QB in NFL history on next deal
Dave DeLuca @bydavedeluca Updated at 11:20 a.m. ET Updated at 11:20 a.m. ET The heart of 2019 NFL free agency starts March 11, when teams can begin meeting and negotiating with representatives of free agents. But it really begins, in earnest, Tuesday, when the window opens for teams to use franchise or transitional tags on players in 2019. Top 2019 NFL free agents like Demarcus Lawrence and Jadeveon Clowney could be candidates for their teams' respective franchise tags. Lawrence, however, was franchise-tagged by the Cowboys last year, which impacts his odds of being tagged again in 2019. Last year, Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell sat out the season after he was tagged for a second straight year. While the 27-year-old is unlikely to be franchise tagged for a third consecutive season, the transition tag is a viable option for Pittsburgh. NFL FREE AGENCY … [Read more...] about How does franchise tag work in NFL?
I’ve seen enough. Yes, Carson Wentz tore up his knee last year. Yes, he’s now dealing with back soreness and may miss the last few games of the season. Yes, he missed an open receiver here and there. Yes, he was inconsistent this year, especially early in games. Yeah, he got sacked and fumbled. He’s not perfect. But he’s the Eagles’ best hope for the future, and as soon as the season ends and the Eagles are allowed under terms of the CBA, they should make Wentz one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in NFL history. This is a no-brainer. NFL rules allow teams to re-do a player’s rookie contract after his third season, and we’re just weeks away from that. The Eagles don’t have to sign Wentz yet. He won’t become a free agent until 2021. But as the salary cap keeps rising, so do salaries. The longer they wait, the more they risk having to pay him millions and millions of dollars more. So you want him under contract ASAP. … [Read more...] about Despite injuries, Carson Wentz needs to become one of NFL’s highest-paid QBs