This year may see the most hotly contested race for the number one pick in next year’s draft in some time.
There are a number of teams that look more than capable of matching the Browns 0-16 season.
Josh Gordon will be released by Cleveland Browns today (assuming nobody trades for him first) and there are already a number of teams being linked with the talented but troubles wide receiver.
The Browns stuck by Gordon through a number of issues, most linked to drugs, but with it seemingly being his last chance, he reportedly picked up a hamstring injury on a promotional shoot and that was the final straw for John Dorsey and the Browns.
Another amazing week of football in week two saw the Jaguars pull of a dominant win over the Patriots, the Raiders and Browns both blow leads in the fourth quarter and some rather dismal kicking displays. But who are the big winners and losers from an action packed week two?
The Seattle Seahawks will make the trip to London for the NFL International Series for the first time when they play the Oakland Raiders at the new Tottenham Stadium on October 14.
The Seahawks are one of three teams making their first trip to London in a set of games that – on paper – looks much, much better than the previous couple of years.
We are closing in on the end of the regular season and therefore closing in on “Black Monday” – the day when many head coaches will learn that they have been fired.
It seems to be happening earlier and earlier now with many coaches knowing before that day.
Marvin Lewis will leave the Cincinnati Bengals after 15 season in charge, according to Adam Schefter.
Lewis is the second longest serving head coach in the NFL, behind just Bill Belichick.
After 15 seasons in Cincinnati, Marvin Lewis is planning to leave the Bengals after this season to pursue opportunities elsewhere, league sources tell ESPN.
Wait, what? Josh McCown? That guy who went from Chicago to Cleveland to New York? That Josh McCown? Yep, that is the man who I am referring to. The seasoned veteren has taken on a challenged envied by no-one this season: guiding the dumpster truck organisation masquerading under the title of the New York Jets.
Tom Brady has been nominated for the Overseas Sports Personality of the Year award for 2017.
The other people nominated are Roger Federer, Katie Ledecky, Tatyana McFadden, Sally Pearson and Michael van Gerwen.
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A politician today confirmed that the government is in talks over bringing an NFL franchise to the UK.
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Karen Bradley has said that “discussions are ongoing” over the possibility of a team moving across the Atlantic very soon.