Around the SB Nation: What other NFL blogs are discussing

Every week, we take a look around the NFL at each team. We pull the biggest and most talked about headlines from each of our 32 NFL websites. We will also provide the author’s subtitle or a phrase from the article that describes the article.

Here are all of the biggest NFL headlines from this week:


Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company)

Odom appeared in seven games for the Packers in 2017 and won the USFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2022

Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit)

The Detroit Pistons came away with two terrific players in Thursday night’s NBA draft, but is Troy Weaver the best general manager in town or does the Lions’ Brad Holmes or Red Wings’ Steve Yzerman hold that crown? ?

Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron)

The push is underway to induct Steve McMichael into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. WCG historian and PF HOF analyst Jack Silverstein offers five steps to help the campaign.

Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman)

It’s good news ?


New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles)

The hearing is set for August.

Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoolique)

For these six players, now is the time to shine.

Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader)

NFL Total Access host pulled no punches, all on Mayfield

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation)

The 33-year-old tight end decided to hang up his boots a second time


San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation)

Retired wide receiver Torrey Smith criticized rookie dinners on Twitter.

Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds)

Now we know the team knew there were issues with DeAndre Hopkins, the suspension and Rodney Hudson and they wanted to get ahead.

Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)

The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos were fierce divisional rivals in the AFC West for more than two decades, and even after the Seahawks returned to the NFC West, we got to experience the joys of a superbowl victory over the Broncos.

Los Angeles Rams (via Turf Show Times)

The Rams have benefited greatly from this system, which is also a sign that it is not working as expected.


Miami Dolphins (via The Phinsider)

[Spoiler Alert: Yes, yes he can!]

New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit)

According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the team was able to free up $2.1 million – enough to process the last three rookie signings.

New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation)

Many of these positions have tough choices because there are so many good players to choose from. The reverse is true at the tight end. It was so difficult that I wondered if the team really needed tight ends. In the end, I decided to go ahead with a few.

Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings)

In this episode of Not Another Buffalo Podcastthe guys take a quick look at the Buffalo Tickets‘Wide receiver battle before summer. When trying to predict the last receivers the Bills will keep on the roster, many factors need to be considered, such as special teams contributions, returner ability and whether there are six or seven spots available.


Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown)

Ferguson was 26 and preparing for his fourth season in the NFL.

Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain)

The Cleveland Browns could know the fate of their franchise quarterback as early as next week.

Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle)

One of Joe Burrow’s security guards wastes no time showing how committed he is to the Bengals.

Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs by Nature)

The NFL vs. NFLPA battle is on


Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog)

A look at Kenyon Green’s potential.

Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles)

Three of the five starters on the offensive line are basically guaranteed with Taylor Lewan at left tackle, Ben Jones at center and Nate Davis at right guard. Elsewhere, the left guard is seen as an important unknown entering training camp in late July.

Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country)

There aren’t many like him, at least according to Jaguars defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell.

Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue)

He’s a maniac, a maniac on the pitch…


Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report)

Getting Russell Wilson inked for a long-term contract extension should be the Denver Broncos’ number one priority going into training camp.

Los Angeles Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue)

How does ESPN see the roster shake up in September?

Oakland Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride)

New CB was part of a strong group at Indy

Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride)

At just 26, Brown isn’t even at the peak of his career. Every time he signs his long-term contract, he will become excellent value in a few years.