Ten Pro Bowls, nine All-Pro picks, 167 games started: quite a career for Joe Thomas.
The Cardinals spent big on a mediocre quarterback, but released a playmaking defensive
The Browns have the first pick, and running back Saquon Barkley is probably the best prospect. But Cleveland just signed a running back.
A roundup of the free-agent agreements that may have flown under your radar.
On Tuesday, the NFL promoted Mary Ann Turcke to be its new Chief Operating Officer, making her the highest-ranking woman in the NFL or any major professional sports league. Turcke was previously hired last February to be the head of NFL Media, which includes NFL.com, NFL Network, NFL RedZone, NFL Mobile
Two-time Super Bowl champion Terrell Davis will serve as the keynote speaker at a marijuana business summit.
Over their nine years together, Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson connected for more touchdowns than any other quarterback-receiver duo in Green Bay Packers history.
After collecting $18.5 million for four starts in Chicago, Mike Glennon is reportedly moving
Dion Lewis is reportedly following Danny Amendola and Malcolm Butler out of New England to team up with Derrick Henry in the Tennessee backfield.
Tom Brady has a not-so-secret skill - but he's not unbeatable.
The Carolina Panthers were put up for sale after longtime owner Jerry Richardson was investigated for alleged workplace misconduct.
Teddy Bridgewater has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Jets.
Bucs owner Ed Glazer is hosting a GOP fundraiser to support congressional candidates and Donald Trump's anticipated reelection campaign.
The Jets have reportedly agreed to a deal with former Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson, taking one of the top free agents off the board.
Malcolm Butler gets to move on, signing a deal with the Titans.
Jonathan Stewart reportedly plans to sign with the New York Giants, an early move in what is expected to be a stagnant market for veteran running backs.
McCown will likely be the Jets' backup quarterback in 2018.
Here's a quick glance at who went where on Tuesday.
Danny Amendola is leaving the Patriots for one of their AFC East rivals.
The Cardinals likely don't see Bradford as their quarterback of the future.