Will the rebuilding New England Patriots use or jettison one of their most important pieces? That question is central to what ESPN’s Mike Reiss named Tuesday as the Patriots’ biggest looming decision in NFL free agency: what to do with David Andrews. With the Patriots center set to enter free agency in March, Reiss notes how Andrews’ influence extends well beyond his position.
Philip Rivers' retirement announcement comes on the anniversary of one of his most impressive NFL performances.
Brissett, who began his career with the Patriots, has been mentioned as a potential bridge option if New England looks to add a low-cost veteran while also using a high draft pick on a QB. But with Rivers retiring, the Colts could look to retain the 28-year-old, who’s started 30 games for them over the last four seasons. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tyrod Taylor also would fit this mold.