The most valuable asset in professional sports is a quarterback on a rookie contract. Justin Fields, the No. 11 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, will average just $4.7 million annually over the first four years of his rookie deal. Can the Chicago Bears take advantage?
As the final seconds ticked off in the Arizona Cardinals’ Wild Card loss to the Los Angeles Rams, change seemed likely. And yet, as the 2022 campaign approaches, the Cardinals are set to field largely the same roster that disappointed a season ago.
With Russell Wilson in Denver, the Seattle Seahawks are set to embark on a reload in the image of Pete Carroll, the oldest head coach in the NFL (70). Will they be successful or will it be the end of the road for this regime?
In the NFL, it’s no fun to straddle the line between competing and rebuilding. It’s even more challenging when you’re coming off a season in which you finished as the No. 1 seed in the AFC. But that’s where the Tennessee Titans find themselves in 2022.
Seven years, $60 million, with another $10 million available via incentives, plus a $15+ million buyout. That’s what the Carolina Panthers paid to hire Matt Rhule as their head coach in 2020. Through two seasons, what do they have to show for it?
The Los Angeles Rams’ all-in approach paid off with a Super Bowl title last season. But do they have enough talent – and luck – to do it again? There's an argument that their offense is even better than last year.