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Justin Fields may make his highly-anticipated starting debut earlier than expected, pending Andy Dalton’s knee injury.
The Lions will likely face the Packers next week without three key players.
One of the league’s youngest rosters will have competition throughout the season at wide receiver, especially after the Lions traded for another one on cutdown day.
The Vikings made a slew of moves on Monday, and re-adding their former standout defensive end to the fold was one of them.
The rookie quarterback lived up to his billing in game one of the preseason, while gaining a potential protector up front at tackle.
Minnesota’s first two selections in last year’s draft gave the team two nightmare scenarios during the second week of camp.
The hype surrounding Justin Fields is real, but the early edge under center favors the veteran Dalton at this point in camp.
Chicago made a pair of moves that will impact the receiving game, but one could also indirectly impact the Packers.
The Bears have a few wide receivers fighting for roster positioning, and are also counting on a promising second campaign from tight end Cole Kmet.
One of the centerpieces of Chicago’s run defense could be absent for a second-straight year.
Cornerback is among Chicago’s positions of least depth and the former second-round pick is in position to take on a major role this upcoming season.
Minnesota began to retool its defense this offseason, but Chicago may be nearing the beginning of its own defensive rebuild soon.
A restructured deal most certainly ensures that the defensive end will be in attendance at today’s minicamp.
A new defensive tackle in Detroit and a veteran right tackle entering his second year in Chicago are two players being counted on to help improve their respective lines.
Chicago has a number of short- and long-term financial considerations this offseason, and apparently the team’s ownership has entered the mix.
Two younger options, including a rookie fifth-round pick, could find their way into a role that helps offset the loss of the long-time veteran.
Multiple positions on the roster, including cornerback, should provide increased opportunities for young players on futures contracts this summer.
From podcasts to rookie minicamps, the Lions’ newest members seem ready to make the team competitive again.
Detroit’s second-round pick, in particular, appeared to be cemented in a last-minute decision.
Protection up front for quarterbacks in both the present and future was a focus around the division on days one and two.
Quarterbacks and offensive linemen appear to be the main targets of two divisional teams hoping to move into the top 10 picks.
Detroit needs receiving help and the Alabama star could fit the team’s need for speed.
Justin Fields is one player who could intrigue Detroit, specifically, if the Ohio State product fell into its lap.
In a make-or-break season for Chicago’s head coach, Nagy will run the offense with a new signal caller.
Minnesota brought back a former defensive back as part of several moves across the division to bolster the secondary.
Recently, Moss provided some clarity on why the infamous fake moon in the end zone was his celebration of choice.
Trading for a franchise quarterback is not the only high-priced acquisition that Chicago may be looking to make.
The Vikings will have a new Offensive Coordinator in 2021, but will they have a new offense?
Allen Robinson is one of the division’s leading candidates to receive the designation as soon as this week.
Chicago appears to want Wentz very much, but does Wentz want Chicago?
Goff figures to get another shot to beat the Packers at Lambeau Field next year, this time as part of an NFC North matchup.
According to sources, new management in Detroit may mean a fresh start, even at the quarterback position.
The New Orleans tight ends coach is expected to be officially hired this week following the Saints’ postseason elimination.
The Bears’ loss in New Orleans kicks off what is shaping up to be an extremely interesting offseason in the Windy City.
The Bears are able to sneak into the Wild Card, even with a Week 17 loss to the Packers.