QB Russell Wilson has told the Seahawks that he wants to play in Seattle, but if a trade were considered, the only teams he'd go to are the Cowboys, Saints, Raiders and Bears, his agent told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Dallas has some choices to make over the next few weeks with 17 players set to become free agents. ESPN's Todd Archer provides his projections.
NFL Live Pod: Who will QB for what team this season? Big Ben is coming back to Pittsburgh but will Dak be back in Dallas?
The NFL live crew dives into possible landing spots for several QB's this offseason. Ben Roethlisberger looks to be returning to the Steel City for another season. Will Dak get a long term deal in Dallas? John Lynch says Jimmy G is their guy but some people think he could still have a reunion in New England, all that and more on this edition of NFL Live.
From new homes for J.J. Watt and Cam Newton, to teams that should trade up to draft a QB, these are bold -- but reasonable -- suggestions for every club.
NFL Live, Today we cover the beginning of the franchise tag window and how it effects some of the leagues biggest players
We look at some of the biggest names that eligible for the franchise tag including Dak Prescott and how that will impact the Cowboys going further. Also is it time for the Falcons to move from Matt Ryan and can the Buccaneers bring the whole band back together,
Last year's CBA should have been a defining moment for DeMaurice Smith and the labor force of America's most popular sport. Instead, some players -- and some owners -- have come to see Smith as an asset to management.
Dak Prescott, Aaron Jones and Hunter Henry are among the players who could be tagged. NFL Nation reporters make their predictions.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
2018 draft picks Connor Williams (second round), Michael Gallup (third) and Dalton Schultz (fourth) earned increases to their 2021 base salaries under Proven Performance Escalator program based on playing time in their first three seasons. Williams and Gallup will make $2.433 million this season, according to the NFLPA web site, up from $1.33 million and $920,000 respectively. Schultz, who played in 84.8% of the snaps last season, will make $2.183 million, up from $920,000.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Starting Tuesday, the Cowboys can put the franchise tag on Dak Prescott at a cost of $37.7 million, but that will not happen until March 9, the tag deadline. Between Tuesday and March 9, the Cowboys hope to work out a long-term deal with Prescott. There have been discussions – if not actual negotiations – with Prescott's rep. Without a long-term deal by March 9, the next deadline to watch is July 15, the final day the sides can reach an agreement or else Prescott has play the season on the tag.
The NFL moved the salary-cap floor to $180 million, which means Dallas still has some restructuring to do in order to keep Dak Prescott.
The quarterback wants a four-year contract. Dallas wants a five-year commitment. ESPN's Todd Archer has a proposal that could make both sides content.
The strangest NFL offseason ever? Eight things to watch, including trades, tags, cuts and extensions
Most years, teams aren't scared of the salary cap. That's different in 2021. Here's everything that makes this offseason unique.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour of the show wondering why people all of a sudden care about Mark Cuban and the Mavericks not playing the national anthem before games. Drew Pearson, Pro Football HOF joins the show to discuss the honor of finally being admitted to the Hall of Fame.
Several position groups and prospects will be linked to Dallas as mock draft season heats up. Let's dive into the most realistic scenarios.
NFL Live- Russ leaving Seattle?, Watson still not happy in Houston, Can the Bucs Repeat?, End for Dak in Big D?
Host Laura Rutledge, along with Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky, and Marcus Spears, continue to discuss the shocking events of this Sunday. Can the Bucs repeat? The crew also dives into some quarterback talk. Is it possible that Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson and Dak Prescott all don a different jersey next season?
Drew Pearson became the 20th former Cowboys player, coach or executive to earn Hall of Fame honors. Let's look at who could be next out of Dallas.
From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for all 32 teams.