Oakland Raiders wideout Michael Crabtree’s contract was ranked as the fourth worst amongst receivers by Pro Football Focus. Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has received plenty of praise from analytics website Pro Football Focus in recent years for a long list of shrewd moves, but PFF recently decided to criticise one of McKenzie’s recent contracts as one of the worst in the NFL. PFF ripped Michael Crabtree’s contract extension with the Raiders and McKenzie’s decision to give the veteran a four-year deal with a cap hit of $8.5 million. Taking back their earlier praise of Crabtree as a value one year signing back in 2015 now that the Raiders are paying Crabtree top receiver money.
As NFL training camps approach, the Seattle Seahawks once again find themselves one of the prohibitive favorites to win the NFC -- and potentially, a second Super Bowl in four years. Following free agency, a leading online betting shop listed the Hawks at 9-to-1 to win the championship, the second-best odds in the league. In an interview with The Huffington Post last week, the Seahawks’ offensive line and assistant head coach, Tom Cable, spoke about his hopes for the coming season, which rookies have him most excited, and how he’s not concerned about his unit’s turnover, including losing guard J.R. Sweezy -- a favorite of Cable's -- to Tampa Bay. He also addressed the allegations of domestic