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PFT PM Mailbag: Could Watson win CPOY?
Mike Florio opens up the mailbag to discuss whether Deshaun Watson could win Comeback Player of the year under the new criteria, Tua Tagovailoa's contract, the Chiefs' off-field issues and more.

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Mike Florio explains the difference between new money and old money, discussing why the latter could be a major difference maker in NFL quarterback contracts.
Mike Florio opens the mailbag to discuss the possibility of a quarterback salary cap, a 20-game NFL schedule, the Detroit Lions taking another leap in the NFC, the strangeness of West Virginia and more.
Mike Florio discusses the looming possibility of an agreement of an 18-game NFL schedule, analyzing what it means for both the players and the owners moving forward.
Mike Florio predicts QB contracts will hit the $60-million-per-year mark soon and discusses players who could be the first to reach the milestone, including Dak Prescott, Josh Allen and more.

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The Buccaneers announced the team will open 10 practices for viewing during training camp, but only two of those open to the general public.
The Jets have elected to move on from cornerback Tae Hayes.
The Rams have announced their training camp schedule for their new location at Loyola Marymount University.
Jordan Love came on strong last season and removed any doubt that he’s the quarterback the Packers want to build their offense around, but his coaches still see areas where he can get better.
After the Commanders made quarterback Jayden Daniels the No. 2 overall pick of this year’s draft, it didn’t take long for the 2023 Heisman Trophy winner to make a strong impression on one of Washington’s best players.
At a time when free money is getting harder and harder for the NFL’s oligarchs to come by, Panthers owner David Tepper is about to get some.
As a second-round rookie last season, Patriots pass rusher Keion White was primarily a backup, starting only four games and playing a little less than half of the team’s defensive snaps.
It’s been more than six years since Case Keenum and Stefon Diggs connected on the Minneapolis Miracle.