Even without knowing the order of their opponents, Jon Gruden and Co. walked into the 2019 season knowing that they would have the NFL’s hardest strength of schedule. Yet, the NFL schedule makers still didn't do the Raiders or these other teams any favors.
Russell Wilson’s four-year, $140 million contract extension with the Seahawks makes him the NFL’s highest-paid player—for now. But when will quarterbacks start pushing for deals even shorter than that?
Which teams are set for the time being with their group of receivers and who will be looking to draft at the position in a few short weeks? Let’s take stock of each team’s wideout depth chart, considering cost, age, production and other factors.
Lamar Jackson to the Jets, Leighton Vander Esch to the Bucs, Josh Rosen to the ... Jaguars? If the NFL’s coaches and GMs could re-do the 2018 draft today—knowing all of the drama that will unfold—what might the first round look like?