The National Football League is a mere month removed from the conclusion of the 2017-18 season and Super Bowl LII. But with the NFL combine underway and free agency approaching the talk about what might be in 2018-19 is hot stove material. A pair of significant trades and the resigning of Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles has been front and center with much more intriguing news right around the football bend. Odds to Win Super Bowl LIII (March 6).
During the middle of March Madness the NFL kicks off free agency. In just over a week, March 14, the football fun begins once again. In addition while the trades of signal-caller Alex Smith and defensive back Marcus Peters have already been signed off on they don’t become official until that March 14th date.
Those of us football fanatics are about to learn next season’s locations for the like of Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham and Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell.
Who will be Minnesota’s starting QB in 2018? Where will Jarvis Landry call home in 2018? And who will be the No #1 overall pick in this year’s draft?
Will the Cleveland Browns continue fade the norm and use the No #1 overall pick on on a running back. If this rumor comes to fruition that back would most likely be Squon Barkley.
Who will be the first quarterback taken in the amateur draft? Could the Giants use the second pick on Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen and allow him to learn behind Eli Manning in 2018?
Is SoCal signal-caller Sam Darnold destine to be a Denver Bronco?
Will Cleveland use their second pick in the draft, No #4 overall, to draft Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield?
Could there be two draft eligible running backs selected in the first five overall picks? The Indianapolis Colts desperately need young legs in the offensive backfield. But the franchise also needs a playmaker on the defensive line. Could defensive end Bradley Chubb fall to the No #5 spot overall and be a Colt this summer?
Will the New York Jets trade for Cousins or will they select UCLA QB Josh Rosen with their first round selection?
Is Calvin Ridley the best college football wide receiver available?
Will Quenton Nelson be the first offensive lineman taken?
The aforementioned queries are just a few of the hundred-and-one player personnel question marks that will be tackled this offseason.
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