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  • Big-Name NFL Players Who Could Get Cut This Offseason

    As impending free agents, some players are prepared to hit the open market and earn more money on new deals. In other cases, teams will cut big-name veterans in order to clear cap space

    Bleacher Report
  • 9 veteran NFL quarterbacks facing a career crossroads this offseason

    Nick Foles, Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles, and even Eli Manning could be on new teams next season. Having a high-octane quarterback has never been more important in the NFL. This year’s playoffs are loaded with teams whose aerial attacks have defined their offenses. The top three teams in the AFC are led by Patrick Mahomes, Philip Rivers, and Tom Brady — all MVP candidates at some point this fall. In the NFC, the top two seeds are led by the powerful arms of Drew Brees and Jared Goff. Great...

    SBNation.com
  • Eli Manning's 'Still Got It,' Can Still Make NFL Throws, Per Dave Gettleman

    Despite another disappointing season for the New York Giants , general manager Dave Gettleman still has faith in quarterback Eli Manning . "He can still make NFL throws," Gettleman said of Manning Wednesday, per Andrew Siciliano of NFL Network

    Bleacher Report
  • Tax Cuts Still Not Paying for Themselves

    Michael RaineyJanuary 14, 2019The latest budget data shows, once again, that the tax cuts are not paying for themselves. “It’s time to put to

    The Fiscal Times
  • Realistic NFL Trades That Could Happen This Offseason

    For the 12 teams in the NFL playoffs, it's still the 2018 season. For the other 20, it's now officially 2019 and time to look ahead to free agency and the draft

    Bleacher Report
  • Which NFL Teams Will Own the 2019 Offseason?

    One offseason—that's all it takes to turn around an NFL franchise. The Chicago Bears flipped their 5-11 record from last year to 12-4 this season. Now, they're preparing to host a home playoff game

    Bleacher Report
  • Why Boot-Cut Jeans Are (Still) Bad

    A few trendsters are heralding the flared jeans’ return, and for some oldsters, they never left, but all men would be wise to steer clear of this look.

    WSJ