It’s not a stretch to think that every team welcome the addition of CB Nnamdi Asomugha in free agency. As one of the NFL’s few elite cornerbacks, who happens to be in his prime, Asomugha is the gem of a free agent market that only builds in anticipation during the locked-out offseason.
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If the Redskins do decide to move Albert Haynesworth, NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche has connected the dots to the division rival Eagles.
Even if he is under contract, we know that Vince Young isn’t a part of the plans for Mike Munchak and the Titans.
New Raiders coach Hue Jackson has said that he’s committed to QB Jason Campbell, but that does not mean that the Raiders will ignore the position in the draft. Our Steve Wyche handled that question during his weekly chat on NFL.com on Thursday, when asked about the Raiders quarterback position.
In his latest NFL.com chat, Steve Wyche tossed out the idea that the Vikings could think about trading up a few spots for Cam Newton if the Auburn QB slides at all.
NFL.com’s Steve Wyche is projecting the Panthers going after a quarterback with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. But surprise, it’s not QB Cam Newton, but rather Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert. Wyche believes that Gabbert’s stock will rise after his upcoming pro day on Thursday.
Steve Wyche was the latest in the mock draft hot seat, unveiling his top 10 mock draft Friday on “NFL Total Access.” Going with the status quo, Wyche has the Panthers selecting Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert at No. 1.
Coming off a fantastic Combine performance that met all expectations, it’s very possible LSU CB Patrick Peterson could grade out as the best prospect in the NFL Draft. But could he go No. 1 overall?
NFL.com’s Steve Wyche reports that Oregon’s Casey Matthews won’t need surgery on his injured left shoulder and will participate in his Pro Day at Oregon March 10, according to his agent, David Dunn.
So who are “the best of the rest,” the quarterbacks currently under the radar coming off the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine?
NFL Network’s Steve Wyche reports from Miami, where head coach Tony Sparano waits it out while the Dolphins pursue a potential replacement, with Jim Harbaugh the leading candidate.
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reports from Florham Park, New Jersey, on the evolution of Jets QB Mark Sanchez, who has shown the team that he can win games instead of just managing them.
Steve Wyche reports on the firing of Brad Childress in Minnesota, discussing whether the team quit on its head coach, what role Brett Favre played in the situation and if interim coach Leslie Frazier can be a galvanizing force in the locker room.
Steve Wyche reports from Flowery Branch, Ga., where the Falcons aren’t downplaying the magnitude of their Thursday night matchup against the Ravens on NFL Network.
Falcons WR Roddy White missed practice on Monday, but told our Steve Wyche that he will be ready to go against the Ravens on Thursday night.