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“OL Masterminds Summit” proceeds in Texas this weekend

“OL Masterminds Summit” proceeds in Texas this weekend

They’re calling it the “OL Masterminds Summit.” The litmus test as to whether the individuals participating are truly “masterminds” is whether they’ll realize that they shouldn’t attend. Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News explains that the event, featuring 50 offensive lineman, will proceed as […]

Report: NFL to alter schedule to give every team one home preseason game

Report: NFL to alter schedule to give every team one home preseason game

The NFL is set to announce that the first and fourth week of the preseason schedule has been scrapped, which doesn’t come as a great surprise given recent indications that things were moving in that direction. One of the reasons for […]

Two weeks left for tagged players to sign long-term deals

Two weeks left for tagged players to sign long-term deals

Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones suggested this week that he could sit out the 2020 season if he doesn’t come to an agreement with the team on a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline to do so and he has plenty of company […]

Which historical units would you want to coach?

Which historical units would you want to coach?

In honor of Big Cat’s college football video game barnstorming tour with coach Doug (or Gus) Duggerton, Friday’s PFT Live draft focus on specific NFL units from the past that we’d like to coach. Offense, defense, special teams. Which units would be the most fun to […]

Which NFL players get less credit than they should?

Which NFL players get less credit than they should?

A meaty topic for Wednesday’s PFT Live draft came to us courtesy of a comment made by Packers running back Aaron Jones to Jac Collinsworth on the question of whether Jones gets enough credit. “I definitely don’t,” Jones told Collinsworth in an episode of Distanced […]

Looking at the best revenge games for 2020

Looking at the best revenge games for 2020

With the “when” now attached to the “who” and the “where” of the 2020 regular season (and setting aside the “how,” for now), it’s time to explore the potential service of a dish not cold but under the bright lights of an NFL stadium: Revenge. Simms […]

Joe Burrow and Baker Mayfield headline Thursday night in Week Two

Joe Burrow and Baker Mayfield headline Thursday night in Week Two

First overall pick Joe Burrow will be making his first Thursday night appearance in Week Two of the regular season if all goes according to plan. The Bengals are set to be in Cleveland as the Thursday Night Football slate gets underway. Baker […]

Seahawks, 49ers set to host multiple Sunday night games early in season

Seahawks, 49ers set to host multiple Sunday night games early in season

The 49ers and Seahawks aren’t set to face each other in a Sunday night game this season, but they’ll both be making multiple appearances at home early in the season. Both NFC West teams are scheduled to host Sunday Night Football games […]

Seventeen players will have fifth-year options exercised

Seventeen players will have fifth-year options exercised

Teams have until 11:59:59 p.m. ET to decide on fifth-year options for the first-round picks from 2017. Some teams already publicly have committed. Based on media reports, others have made their decisions, too. Running back Christian McCaffrey, the eighth overall choice in 2017, is the only one […]

Trent Williams’ agent says there has been “false reporting” about objections to trades

Trent Williams’ agent says there has been “false reporting” about objections to trades

Washington tackle Trent Williams specifically has said that he didn’t object to a trade to the Vikings. His agent has provided a more general denial regarding the notion that the player has put the kibosh on potential trades. “On behalf of […]