Carson Wentz started off red-hot, then leveled off as you’d expect from a rookie who wasn’t supposed to be playing yet. The Eagles need receivers, a running back and at least one tackle, and we’ll see where Wentz is once they get all of that together.
Despite too many interceptions, Jameis Winston sure knows how to win games. He willed a substandard Bucs team to the edge of the playoffs in 2016 and absolutely has command of the huddle and the locker room.
Tennessee was built on its running game and young offensive line, but when the Titans needed Marcus Mariota to make a play, he generally did it. The No. 2 pick in the 2015 draft has shown many encouraging signs in his first two years and should continue to progress.
Marcus Mariota broke his leg in late December but should be ready for the 2017 season.
“… Cleveland, Chicago, San Francisco, whoever has No. 1 at the end of the day, that’s where I’m trying to go.”
The Browns have the first pick and need a quarterback, but it would be highly unlikely that a rebuilding Browns team would trade for Romo, who is 36.
It’s even more unlikely that the Browns would alter their draft plans based on a video like this one — especially given when it was taped.
Jeffery is considered the top receiver on the market and is likely to receive a handsome payday despite being suspended four games last season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances. Salary cap expert Joel Corry projects that Jeffery will be seeking a deal comparable to Demaryius Thomas and Dez Bryant, both of whom are averaging $14 million per season with north of $30 million guaranteed.
If that price tag proves too steep, the Eagles could go after the next tier of free agents, which includes Washington’s Pierre Garcon. Mike Jones of the Washington Post suggests Philly could be in the mix.