In some ways, the quiet line Dallas has been walking has been a dream. After a litany of offseasons packed with questions, there has been a palpable change in tune with this franchise. One that features a consistent storyline.
Washington hasn't gotten itself out of the financial corner it backed itself into last offseason. If anything, it's getting worse. Consider where the market is going.
Newton's rehabilitation schedule has left him almost entirely removed from the offseason passing program. For the Panthers, that's scary.
While the NFL is unlikely to say as much publicly, awarding the draft to Dallas would be a kickback of sorts to Jones for moving some financial mountains in recent years.
The need for Bryant to have a monster season is there. Maybe more than ever.
An old-fashioned bidding war between Nike and Adidas drove up the price for the Giants' star wide receiver.
Mike Glennon said Bears GM Ryan Pace has assured him he is locked in as the starting QB this season. NFL history says otherwise.
General manager Ryan Pace saw his guy, and that ended up making all the difference on draft day. To the point that Pace's aggressive trade to move up from No. 3 overall to No. 2 was likely a case where the Bears were bidding against themselves. Pace revealed his rationale.
Instead, he’s the most accomplished NFL player from last season still unemployed. It’s been a particularly rough existence for 30-year-old running backs in free agency this offseason. Jamaal Charles will reportedly get his first free-agent visit this week when he sees the Denver Broncos.