The early free agency frenzy is long over, the 2018 NFL Draft has passed, and organized team activities (OTAs) and mini-camps are in full swing around the league.
The 2018 NFL Draft has come and gone, and the high draft picks have understandably dominated the news cycle.
The 2017 season saw an unusual amount of injuries to big names across the NFL, highlighted by several superstars who could each be considered among the faces of the league.
The first two days (rounds 1-3) of the 2018 NFL Draft are in the books and more than 100 players have been selected.
The first round of the 2018 NFL Draft has officially come to a close and 32 players now have a new home.
The NFL trade market has been unusually active this offseason, and there’s no reason to believe that’s going to change during the 2018 NFL Draft.
The NFL free agency frenzy has officially come and gone, and while there are still plenty of moves to be made, the noteworthy trades, signings, releases and tenders are all set in stone.
The new league year is still less than two weeks old, but already the entire NFL landscape has changed quite a bit thanks in large part to free agency and an uncharacteristically active trade market.