Last year’s sparsely attended game against the Falcons was the last straw for the Bills in Toronto.
The Dolphins figure to be active in the LT market early in free agency.
Among other spots, the Jets need to target a TE in free agency.
The Bengals have enough options at TE it’s probably not a priority in free agency.
With plenty of quality starters available, the Browns could find a good fit at S in free agency.
A Texans cheerleader is going to the prom, thanks to the power of social media.
The Jaguars are more likely to look for LB help in the draft.
Finding some pass-rush help still looks like a priority for the Broncos.
The Chiefs don’t figure to be big spenders in free agency.
The Raiders tendered contracts to their six exclusive rights free agents (who were never really free agents in any respect of the words).
As the Cowboys try to keep the current team together, they have future free agent decisions to consider as well.
The trial of a man accused of punching a Packers fan while wearing a purple sombrero has started (I’m only guessing that Judge Judy is presiding).
The Falcons have the cap room to pursue to a top-end S free agent.
The Rams extended tender offers to three of their exclusive rights free agents.
The 49ers appear to be interested in Texas A&M WR Mike Evans (as are many other teams).