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Agent: Pats offered Brian Hoyer chance to compete for starting job

The Patriots brought quarterback Brian Hoyer back for a third tour with the team on Sunday and this one is different than the other two. Hoyer won’t be backing up Tom Brady in New England this time and agent Joe Linta told PFT that the Patriots offered Hoyer a chance to compete for the starting [more]

Jets sign Pierre Desir

The Jets released cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts in recent days and they moved to help restock the position on Sunday by picking up a player discarded by the Colts. Connor Hughes of TheAthletic.com was the first to report that the team has reached agreement on a one-year deal with Pierre Desir. Desir was [more]

Philip Rivers: Trust in Colts coaches creates confidence

When Philip Rivers reviews his 2019 season, he sees a lot of the same things that other people do. Rivers knows he’s “not coming off my best year” and he acknowledged having thoughts about calling it a career. Rivers decided he still loves playing and still feels he can play at a higher level than [more]

Top 25 remaining free agents

Of PFT’s original list of 100 free agents, NFL teams have tagged or agreed to terms with 85. But teams have made moves since then. Here is our list of the top 25 free agents currently on the market: 1. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton 2. Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston 3. Seahawks edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney [more]

Josh Andrews signing with Jets

Offensive lineman Josh Andrews has agreed to terms with the Jets, according to Andrews’ agent, Brett Tessler. Andrews will add depth to the offensive line, a priority for the Jets. The Jets previously agreed to terms with tackle George Fant and center Connor McGovern. They lost backup offensive linemen Brent Qvale and Tom Compton this [more]

Colts cut Brian Hoyer

The Colts officially signed quarterback Philip Rivers today, and they’ve still got quarterback Jacoby Brissett on the roster as well. So there wasn’t room for quarterback Brian Hoyer. Hoyer was released by the Colts today, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Last season Hoyer played most of two games in relief of the injured Brissett [more]

Colts announce signing of Philip Rivers

Philip Rivers is a Colt. Days after it was reported that Rivers had agreed to terms with Indianapolis, the Colts made it official with a tweet saying simply, “Welcome to Indy, Phil!” Colts General Manager Chris Ballard fleshed that out with a statement. “Philip is one of the most decorated quarterbacks in the NFL and [more]

Colts cut Pierre Desir

Veteran cornerback Pierre Desir is out in Indianapolis. The Colts are releasing Desir, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The move comes as a bit of a surprise, given that Desir signed a three-year, $22.5 million contract extension a year ago and started 11 games last year. But the Colts have apparently decided to cut [more]

Colts re-sign Le’Raven Clark

The Colts saw one reserve offensive lineman depart on Friday when Joe Haeg signed with the Buccaneers, but they were able to hold onto another one. According to multiple reports, the Colts have re-signed tackle Le'Raven Clark. Clark joined the Colts as a third-round pick out of Texas Tech in the 2016 draft. He made [more]

Buccaneers sign Joe Haeg

There was word this week that free agents are lining up to play with Tom Brady in Tampa, so it was fair to think that Brady’s signing becoming official on Friday could lead to more news of players coming to the Buccaneers. Friday morning has brought word of one new arrival, but the name doesn’t [more]

DeForest Buckner likes “win-now mentality” of Colts

Defensive tackle DeForest Buckner played a leading role for the NFC champions last year and was set to return to the 49ers until they traded him to the Colts earlier this week. Some players might not like losing the chance to finish what they started, but Buckner isn’t feeling that way. He said on Wednesday [more]

Colts, 49ers announce DeForest Buckner trade, new contract

Most of the trades announced since the new league year began involved players who took physicals before the NFL instituted COVID-19 procedures. The first trade done after the NFL shut down team facilities has become official. The trade that has sent defensive lineman DeForest Buckner from the 49ers to the Colts has been announced by [more]

PFT’s Free Agent Top 100

The following are PFT’s top 100 free agents for the start of the 2020 league year. The rankings include prospective unrestricted and restricted free agents, as well as released players. The list will be updated as events warrant, with signings, tags and re-signings denoted when announced and/or reported. We’ve also added a running Top 25 [more]

Delanie Walker drawing interest from Washington, Indianapolis, Green Bay

Delanie Walker won’t play for the Titans in 2020, but who will he play for? He apparently has several suitors. Washington, Indianapolis and Green Bay have expressed interest in the tight end, John Keim of ESPN reports. Walker, 35, ended the past two seasons on injured reserve, so interested teams might want to wait until [more]

Jim Irsay donates $1 million to Indiana food bank

Colts owner Jim Irsay is writing a big check to help make sure people in need of food in Indiana are able to get it. Irsay issued a challenge this week asking people to raise at least $200,000 for Gleaners Food Bank and said he would donate $1 million once that figure was reached. It [more]

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