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With big names such as Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Stefon Diggs learning new schemes with new teams, canceled workouts could be felt in the fall.
The top of the free-agent class didn't move the market. Teams got conservative at cornerback and wide receiver. Here's what you should take away.
Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. And Cam Newton is still looking for a new home. NFL free agency in 2020 has been a wild ride so far, all while the uncertainty of this sports hiatus plays out in the background. ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected team decisions in the offseason, and the successes and failures in team deals so far.
Former 49ers and Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith, who hasn't played in the NFL since 2015, has signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys.
The Chiefs are still on top, while the additions of DeAndre Hopkins and Tom Brady have their new teams on the rise.
What up y'all? This week I'm joined by Dallas Cowboys' defensive lineman Gerald McCoy. We chat about why he signed with the Cowboys, who his top five quarterbacks of all time are, ranking MJ, Kobe & LeBron, what Kobe meant to him and his thoughts on Jameis Winston & Cam Newton.
Is a prominent former Cowboys connection readying itself for an encore? We'll delve into that, plus more NFL social media rumors.
Greg Zuerlein, who has converted 201 of 245 field goal attempts in the regular season (82%) and is 264-of-270 on extra point attempts since he entered the NFL in 2012, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Cowboys, sources told ESPN.
Ryan Tannehill's breakout paid off -- big time. The 49ers broke their own rule in re-signing Arik Armstead. These are the details you should know.
The Dallas Cowboys have resumed contract negotiations with Dak Prescott for the first time since the team used the exclusive franchise tag on the quarterback earlier this month, a source told ESPN's Ed Werder.
The Cowboys have reached an agreement with Blake Bell, a blocking tight end who did post a catch in the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory.
Cowboys center Travis Frederick, a five-time Pro Bowler who was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome in 2018, announced Monday that he is retiring from the NFL at the age of 29.