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If the Carolina Panthers acquire a quarterback (they have the No. 8 pick) and move on from Teddy Bridgewater, he could make sense for Washington, too. Washington offensive coordinator Scott Turner worked with Bridgewater in Minnesota and Washington's executive vice president of player personnel, Marty Hurney, was with Carolina when it signed Bridgewater last offseason.New Orleans Saints

Prescott has twice made the Pro Bowl and led the Cowboys to playoff appearances after the 2016 and 2018 seasons.


Spot and Choose. What does it mean? In short: one team picks where the ball’s spotted, and the other team gets to decide if it wants to play offense or defense. The coin flip would only determine which role each team plays — “Spot” or “Choose.”Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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"Ultimately for us to get to where the great teams are, the most consistent teams are, you do that through the draft," he said. "It's the most team-friendly market in sports. For us to really be that team that's consistently competing for Super Bowls, we have to hit on our draft picks."


When I decided to make that jump from being a head coach for the [women's basketball team at Johnson & Wales University - Charlotte] to going to the bottom of the totem pole of this unknown NFL journey, starting as a full-year coaching intern, at least to my face everyone has been very supportive of me pursuing this dream. I don't know what they were saying behind my back. I have a great circle of friends, so they also encouraged me and were excited to see me start something new. My family has always been very supportive. Anything that I wanted to do, they supported me.New England Patriots

Several teams should be trying to sign Carlos Dunlap right away after he was let go by the Seattle Seahawks.Pittsburgh Steelers

Emeric recognized Weatherly when he walked into Hot Glass Alley, in an eclectic Charlotte neighborhood, as a judge on “Blown Away,’’ not an NFL player.