With the league beginning to focus the 2019 NFL Draft at the end of April, we're taking a quick look back at the free agency signings and trades from early March and diving into what teams improved, and what teams took steps backwards.
As many of us all know, the NFL is the league that never takes a break—not even in the offseason. As teams begin the long and steady climb towards Super Bowl 54 in Miami in 2020, a look at some of the key offseason dates to keep your eye on.
Happy new year, football fans! As we are officially now in the 2019-2020 league year in the NFL, teams are free to begin completing trades and announcing free agency acquisitions—and as always, the first couple of days produce some of the biggest headlines of the season.
Just days away from the start of the new league year, one of the most exciting aspects of the NFL's offseason is the free agency period. A look at what teams are poised to spend the most, and what players are likely to be the most sought after on March 13.
The new league year is almost here, and teams have begun to shift their focus towards the 2019 NFL Draft, with the first step being the 2019 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
Ahead of making their fourth appearance in five years in Super Bowl 53, the New England Patriots are featured in their second-straight '2019 Countdown' series, a Super Bowl LII matchup with Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles.
The matchup for Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta is officially set! Making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years, the New England Patriots were winners in 2017, a remarkable comeback victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51 from Houston.
One of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history goes out on top. The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers square off on the Road to Super Bowl 53, with Super Bowl 50 from Santa Clara, California.
With the NFC and AFC Championship matchups officially set, we're getting closer to Super Bowl 53 Sunday in Atlanta. Next up on the countdown; Super Bowl XLIX.
The Road to Super Bowl 53 goes from eight to four teams this weekend, and we're heading back to New York's first cold-weather Super Bowl of the modern era — Super Bowl XLVIII.