Happy Saturday one and all. Hope you had a nice week and are ready to get the weekend started.
The Cleveland Browns completely changed the look of the offseason for a number of teams, meanwhile the Arizona Cardinals tendered four exclusive rights free agents. That’s the difference in getting the offseason started for each team.
If any more news drops today, we’ll be here to cover it, but for the most part, enjoy the day, we’ll have an open thread each day moving forward for any and all news coming out of free agency and any trades that may go down.
Hope you have a great Saturday.
Free Agency Primer 2018: Offensive Line
Guard could be a need with Alex Boone, Earl Watford set to hit free agency
Quarterback Choices Go Beyond First Round
Less-heralded prospects hoping to show they can be franchise signal-callers
Cardinals Tender Exclusive Rights Free Agents
DL Olsen Pierre, RB Elijhaa Penny among four players set to return
Free agency 'nerve-wracking' for Arizona Cardinals LB Kareem Martin - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Kareem Martin made eight starts in 2017 and wants to return to Arizona, but might find greener pastures elsewhere.
NFL - How many wins would Kirk Cousins add to his various suitors?
How much would the free-agent quarterback improve the Cardinals, Vikings, Broncos, Jets and other teams facing QB dilemmas this offseason? Here are the projections on how many wins he'd add to eight NFL teams.
Cards' David Johnson predicts QB Kirk Cousins is coming to Arizona
Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson may have the information all fans are looking for regarding free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Arizona Cardinals extend tender offers to 4 exclusive free agents
The Arizona Cardinals have extended tender offers to four exclusive free agents to retain negotiating rights, the team announced Friday afternoon.
Browns trade for Bills' Tyrod Taylor, creates ripple effect on QB market
The Browns have traded for Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, per multiple reports, taking another potential option off the board for the Arizona Cardinals.