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#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 10, 2021 1:23:27 PM(UTC)

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However, the Vikings are in the midst of a tricky salary cap situation. Last offseason, Minnesota was also in a tough spot with the cap. Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Reiff agreed to take his salary from $11 million down to $6 million in order to make room for Yannick Ngakoue.Carolina Panthers Face masks

It’s true, the Bears can’t bring as much to the table as, let’s say, the Raiders. They’re another team on Wilson’s short list, and currently have the No. 17 pick in the draft. That’s only a slight upgrade over the Bears, but they can also offer Derek Carr in return, which is a huge upgrade over Nick Foles.


2021 is a critical year for Bengals football. It will be the third season under head coach Zac Taylor. While Burrow is the answer under center for the time being, Taylor needs to up the ante and start leading his team to more wins. Otherwise, Cincinnati may need to look for a new head coach in 2022. The Bengals must also do a better job of keeping Burrow upright and on the field this year.NFL Design Face Masks | NFL Design Face Coverings


Lamar Jackson (QB1) - Despite being trapped in a broken passing game, Jackson finished as the QB9 per game (22.2 fantasy points) because of his rare rushing ability. If Baltimore can fix their passing concepts and receiver depth chart, Jackson has a QB1 overall ceiling. They have the cap space (13th) and draft capital to find upgrades.Washington Football Team Face masks

The same logic applies to Tuesday’s tag deadline. If the Bears still aren’t offering what Robinson believes he’s worth, $18 million guaranteed in 2021 is still a $5 million raise, even if it’s probably not what he would receive on the open market. Robinson can afford to be patient.Indianapolis Colts Face masks

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Every year there are myriad players who dramatically increase their draft stock coming out of Indianapolis. Sometimes first-round picks wind up going off the board in the top-10 after impressive workouts, others, it’s a player on a few teams’ radars that makes their board and hears their name called in Round 6 or 7 after an impressive meeting or on-field performance.

Of course, anyone who does that gets shamed by the pre-draft ENTERTAIN US! crowd, followed by the unnamed scouts who question whether the player truly loves football. And then the players gets drafted where he would have gotten drafted anyway, and eventually everyone forgets about the stupid huffing and puffing arising from the fact that the kid made a smart business decision.
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