Poor Sid Luckman. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields hasn’t even signed yet with the Chicago Bears, and he’s already making people forget about Luckman.
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A look at some of the biggest movers of the 2021 draft
A rundown of all the most notable moves on Day One of the NFL Draft
ESPN's Tim McManus explains how the Eagles are leaving themselves open to draft a quarterback on Thursday, but the move would also be rather suspect.
On Monday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, host Jimmy Kimmel offered his two breakdown of former president Donald Trump’s latest missives, also discussing a controversy surrounding Kentucky Derby winner, Medina Spirit. “Thanks for joining us on the day after Post About Your Mom On Instagram Day. I hope you didn’t screw that up,” Kimmel joked in [
Imagine, for a second, star tight end George Kittle on the Seattle Seahawks instead of the San Francisco 49ers . Hard to see him on his divisional rival, right? But it almost came to pass
The Eagles made headlines by trading out of the top 10 in the NFL Draft. Now, they may be trying to move back into it. According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Philadelphia GM Howie Roseman has been busy working the phones to improve his team’s first selection, which is currently No. 12 overall. Pelissero did
Chicago made an aggressive – and impressive move – for the talented Justin Fields while Pittsburgh overreached to take a running back
Giants general manager Dave Gettleman, who entered this NFL draft having never executed a draft-day trade, was back in the wheel-and-deal business on Friday night.