Monday, March 12, 11 a.m. CT, start of the NFL’s legal tampering period, in the downtown Chicago office of agent Mike McCartney: Indianapolis calls. Colts want free-agent center Ryan Jensen. Tennessee calls. Jensen.
You have no idea what I’ve been through the last two days,” McCartney said. Anything in the NFL is old news if it happened 90 minutes ago, so covering something four days ago is so … nineties. But indulge me. The Kirk Cousins story is still fresh to me, with lots of unanswered questions (Did the Jets get played
That comes after New York finished a mediocre 21st in the NFL in pass defense. Johnson was a third-round pick out of Montana in 2012 and established himself as a solid starter in his second year in the NFL. His breakout season came in 2015, when he had a career-high seven interceptions. The Rams used the franchise tag on Johnson the last two offseasons. He posted a farewell to the Rams on his Instagram account Monday, signaling that he would be leaving the team with which he had spent his entire NFL career. ”
Bag has been secured for everyone going into the draft.
The Dolphins, however, have started the process of cleansing their roster of the huge contracts that limited their flexibility and wisely shifted their focus to remaking an offensive line that has lacked talent and availability for years.
The acquisitions of center Daniel Kilgore and guard Josh Sitton and release of center Mike Pouncey were critical moves that can help the Miami offense hit a new level in 2018. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is returning, plus young tackles Laremy Tunsil and Ja’Wuan James will benefit from improved teammates and another year of growth. Sitton is a remarkable upgrade from veteran turnstile Jermon Bushrod, as the four-time Pro Bowler was ranked sixth by B/R NFL1000 scout Ethan Young compared to Bushrod’s 61st.