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  • BUF Running Back #0
    Hines tore his ACL last summer and missed the entirety of the 2023 season. He was expected to serve as the primary kick returner in addition to sporadic usage in the offense, the bulk of which would have likely come in the red zone. Buffalo brought in three separate running backs last season but now carry only James Cook and Darrynton Evans on the active roster with all of Ty Johnson, Latavius Murray, and Damien Harris unrestricted free agents heading into the new league year. It appears as if the Bills will be buyers at the running back position for the third consecutive year.
  • NFL Commissioner
    The league made the leap to a 17-game season in 2021 but could soon be pushing to add an 18th game. As Florio points out in his article, an 18th game “likely won’t come until the next labor deal,” but his “first hint” of the possibility came when Browns GM Andrew Berry mentioned the Browns and other teams are proposing delaying the trade deadline by two weeks in anticipation of an 18th game being added. The current CBA isn’t set to expire until March 2030, so this isn’t expected to happen anytime soon, but it sounds like the league adding an extra game is all but a done deal — even if years away.
  • Benson checked in at six feet tall and weighed 216 pounds. The former Seminole’s 4.39 ranked as the third-fast time amongst all backs, while his 9.77 RAS is elite for the overall position. Considered by some to be the top back of the class, Benson’s strong showing at the combine could be enough to earn him early Day 2 draft capital and a chance to contribute early in the season.
  • FA Quarterback
    Penix suffered two torn ACLs plus a severe shoulder injury during his six college seasons. The 2023 Heisman candidate threw for 9,544 yards, 67 touchdowns, and 19 interceptions during his two seasons with the Huskies after transferring from Indiana at the end of the 2021 season and saw his draft stock take a meteoric rise as a result. Penix opted not to run in the 40-yard dash at the combine but impressed in throwing drills. He should run at Washington’s Pro Day, which has yet to be officially announced.
  • PIT Quarterback #8
    According to Fowler, the Steelers “have started the process of rebuilding Pickett, as the third-year quarterback reportedly met with new offensive coordinator Arthur Smith to begin going over things. Fowlers notes that the Steelers’ overall offensive woes under former offensive coordinator Matt Canada may have been enough to buy Pickett one more season, with the hopes that Smith can get more out of him. Pickett has thrown for 4,474 yards, 13 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions in 25 career games. The former No. 20 overall pick has looked like anything but a first-round talent through two years in the league, but he has at least two more years left on his rookie deal, and the team can exercise his fifth-year option for the 2026 season should they be interested in doing so. While rolling with Pickett seems to go against conventional wisdom, the Steelers may feel incentivized to give him one more opportunity, given the contractual benefits.
  • MIN Linebacker #99
    This doesn’t mean a deal with Hunter won’t get done before free agency opens up, but with the team also attempting to re-sign Kirk Cousins and extend Justin Jefferson, it’s possible Hunter at least makes it to the open market. Jeremy Fowler added that teams are expecting Hunter to seek a deal that pays “well north of $20 million per year,” which would make him amongst the highest paid EDGE rushers i the league. Hunter tallied a career-high 16.5 sacks with the Vikings last season and has totaled 87.5 sacks through his first eight seasons in the league. Hunter will be 29 at the start of next season, and should have no trouble fetching a lucrative deal should he and the Vikings not come to terms on a contract in the coming weeks.
  • CHI Quarterback #1
    The Falcons have been a popular choice amongst those speculating where Fields could land, but Dan Graziano reported the team is eyeing Kirk Cousins as their “top QB solution” should the veteran come available. Fields is widely believed to be available for a second or third-round pick, which sounds like a more than affordable price for a former first-rounder who can remain under team control through 2025 — assuming his fifth-year option is exercised. Whether or not Fields lands in Minnesota will be directly correlated with where Cousins goes in free agency, while the Steelers and Raiders could simply look to acquire him as an upgrade over the quarterbacks they already have in place. While there’s no deadline for the Bears to get a deal done to move Fields, it would make sense for all involved to trade him before the start of free agency.
  • MIN Quarterback #8
    As Graziano points out in his article over at ESPN, Cousins has a “very specific idea” for what he wants in his next contract, and the Vikings have been unwilling to match it thus far. Graziano also reports that he gets a sense the team wants Cousins to return, meaning a departure is anything but certain. Currently holding the No. 8 overall pick in this year’s draft, the Falcons could be in range — or put themselves in range — to draft one of the top prospects of this year’s class. However, with roughly $40 million in cap space on their hands, perhaps a move to Cousins could better position them for the next few seasons while they round out their roster at other positions.
  • MIA Defensive Tackle #94
    Wilkins is among the league’s top defensive tackles and is fresh off a 65 tackle season that also included a career-high nine sacks. According to Fowler, the Dolphins and Wilkins are “keeping options open,” but the expectation is that Wilkins will test free agency. The Dolphins are struggling with cap space as they currently sit at roughly $28.4 million over the cap, per Should he officially hit the open market, Wilkins will draw plenty of interest from teams heading into his sixth season.
  • The 4.21 official 40-yard dash time set a combine record, edging out John Ross’ time of 4.22. Worthy’s combine testing almost assuredly boosted his draft stock into the first round, with the biggest hurdle being the multitude of first-round grades at the wide receiver position this year. The former Texas wide receiver was clocked at a blistering 22.7 mph with the ball in his hands in 2022.
2024 Scouting Combine
Mike Florio and Chris Simms welcome Caleb Williams to gain insight into where his physical abilities stem from, his decision to not do a medical exam at the Combine, shows his grip on the ball and more.
Jordan Travis chats with Mike Florio and Chris Simms about dealing with his late-season injury, the strength in Florida State’s defense this year and more.
Houston OT Patrick Paul chats with Connor Rogers about his experience at the Senior Bowl, why his Nigerian culture inspires him to become a politician, his interest in martial arts, and more.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms are joined by Oregon QB Bo Nix to gain insight on his time at Auburn, how he processes pre- and post-snap, why training with Drake Maye has brought out the best in both of them and more.
LSU QB Jayden Daniels joins Mike Florio and Chris Simms to discuss his throwing mechanics, how he can clean up his footwork, his biggest takeaway from Arizona State, similarities to Joe Burrow and more.
Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt talks with Connor Rogers about the competitive household he grew up in, how Notre Dame prepared him for the NFL, blocking for Sam Hartman and more.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms are joined by QB Drake Maye to hear how Mack Brown recruited him to North Carolina, what he’s focused on improving for the NFL level and more.


Football Morning in America

Peter King shares his favorite quotes from conversations he’s had with NFL stars and personalities in his four-plus decades as a sportswriter.


Fashanu eager to live out his NFL dream
Penn State offensive tackle Olu Fashanu chats with Connor Rogers about returning for his senior season, his late transition to football, preparing for the 2024 NFL Draft and more.


The 49ers could have hired Brandon Staley to be the next defensive coordinator.
Any dissemination of inside information violates the NFL’s gambling policy.
Commanders linebacker Jamin Davis was arrested for reckless driving in March 2022 and the case was resolved last Friday.

Matthew Berry

Kevin Stefanski sits down with Matthew Berry to discuss Nick Chubb’s recovery, Jerome Ford’s emergence within the Cleveland Brown’s offense and Elijah Moore’s ‘career year’ with the team.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew run through betting props for the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine, with odds presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.
The FFHH crew run through Connor Rogers’ top fantasy prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft, discussing why Marvin Harrison Jr. could thrive in the Arizona Cardinals’ offense.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew discuss the running backs that will likely be available in free agency, including Josh Jacobs, Derrick Henry and Austin Ekeler.


The Kansas City Chiefs became back-to-back champions at Super Bowl LVIII, leaving 31 other NFL teams in their wake. Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed “honor” each team in the best way they know how.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed analyze betting odds, provided by DraftKings Sportsbook, for 2024 NFL MVP -- led by reigning SB champion Patrick Mahomes, with AFC counterparts Josh Allen and Joe Burrow not far behind.
Chris Simms breaks down why the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive scheme has had ripple effects across the NFL, with the 49ers’ performance in Super Bowl LVIII a prime example.
Chris Simms breaks down where Brock Purdy and the San Francisco 49ers fell short picking up the Kansas City Chiefs’ blitz and wonders just how much freedom Purdy has in Kyle Shanahan’s system.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Eric Froton joins the Rotoworld Football Show to discuss his favorite running backs in the 2024 NFL Draft, including Texas’ Jonathon Brooks and Notre Dame’s Audric Estime.
The RFS team breaks down the storylines around the top quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft, from Caleb Williams’ foothold at the top to J.J. McCarthy’s rising stock.
Eric Froton joins the Rotoworld Football Show to break down 2024 NFL Draft profiles for Texas wide receivers Xavier Worthy and Adonai Mitchell.
2024 NFL Draft Top-80 Rookie Skill Position Player Rankings & Tiers 2.0
Bet the Edge Podcast

Bet the EDGE with Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick is here to provide listeners with sharp actionable insight, market analysis and statistical data to help bettors gain more information before placing their wagers. So whether you’re targeting spreads and totals, looking for value in futures markets or circling player props, give our podcast a listen to give you that extra edge.

More NFL News

Christian McCaffrey has been, since 2017, one of the top running backs in the NFL.
Texas Tech defensive back Tyler Owens may have had the second longest broad jump in human history at the Scouting Combine on Saturday.
The Packers will release running back Aaron Jones, if they can’t get him to agree to a more palatable contract.
Alabama offensive tackle JC Latham played on the right side in college, but he knows the NFL views left tackles as the most elite prospects.
The quarterback is scheduled to count $59.4 million against the salary cap in the final year of his deal.
The Giants are releasing veteran offensive guard Mark Glowinski, ESPN reports.
Former NFL offensive lineman Chad Wheeler was sentenced to 81 months in state prison following his November conviction for first- and second-degree domestic violence assault.
Texas A&M receiver Ainias Smith did not participate in any Scouting Combine testing or drills Saturday.
On Friday, Missouri governor Mike Parsons commuted the sentence of former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid.