In the middle of a historical event as we all are (hopefully) doing our best to limit the spread of COVID-19 the NFL is busy doing its part to both help protect its people and its business.
Below in the NFL news you will find two interesting articles discussing a recent mandate by the NFL that all facilities close as well as rumor that the NFL GMs of the league really don’t feel ready to handle the draft on schedule at the end of April while the owners still seem to be leaning toward the draft staying on schedule.
That then begs the question for those of us who like to look a bit ahead into what the future might hold: is the NFL season in jeopardy?
I’m curious as to what you all think about this...though let’s make sure to leave politics and personal attacks out.
Is the season in jeopardy?
If a vaccine isn’t available by the start of the season, would you still go to the games?
The best moments from Bradley Chubb's conversation with Broncos Country
During the wide-ranging session, Chubb answered questions about his new teammates, the game he’s most looking forward to, his rehab and much more.
Media reports: Broncos agree to terms with punter Sam Martin
In 2019, Martin ranked 10th in net punt average among punters with at least 50 attempts.
Other NFL News
NFL wants April draft to go on as scheduled despite GMs’ recommendation
The NFL plans to stick with April 23-25 for this year’s draft despite a GM subcommittee recommendation that it be moved back, sources say.
NFL club facilities will be closed effective Wednesday - NFL.com
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent out a memo to all NFL teams on Tuesday night notifying them that all club facilities would be closed at 6 p.m. ET Wednesday, with limited exceptions.
Finding the Optimal Pass/Run Ratio | Football Outsiders
What do play-action numbers tell us about how often teams should be running or passing? Guest columnist Lau Sze Yui shows why teams such as the Rams, that use play-action frequently, will see different results than others.
Historical DVOA Estimates Revisited | Football Outsiders
Six years ago, we ran an article estimating DVOA all the way back to 1950 based on standard stats. Let's update those tables now that we have real play-by-play breakdown for 1985-1988 and six additional seasons since 2014. The 2018 Chiefs and 2019 Ravens are among the teams now appearing on these best-ever tables.
No Surprise Peyton Manning Turned Down MNF - Sports Illustrated
Peyton Manning is likely to end up in a front office. Plus, it's getting easier for guys like Travis Frederick to retire, the Patriots may be done adding veteran QBs, more NFL notes.
Tom Brady takes high road in first press conference since Patriots departure - Sports Illustrated
Brady chose not to bash New England or discuss his departure in his first public comments since becoming the new Tampa Bay quarterback.
2020 NFL free agency's best contracts: Cousins extension smart - NFL.com
Will the Vikings look smart for extending Kirk Cousins? How key will Emmanuel Sanders be for the Saints? Gregg Rosenthal shines a spotlight on some of the best free agent contracts of 2020.
Top 101 NFL free agents of 2020: Where will Cam Newton land? - NFL.com
Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling have combined their personal rankings to formulate NFL.com's Top 101 Free Agents of 2020. Who's off the market? Which free agents are still available?
Panthers release Cam Newton after nine seasons - NFL.com
The Carolina Panthers already said goodbye to Cam Newton. The team has now made the split official. The Panthers released the former NFL MVP as soon as Tuesday.