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If Bill Belichick and Patriots part ways after 2023, what happens next for Belichick?

Earlier this week, Patriots owner Robert Kraft put coach Bill Belichick on the hot seat. If Belichick doesn’t get back to the playoffs for the third time in four years, it could be over for Belichick in New England.So let’s spin it forward. If the Patriots fail to qualify for the postseason in 2023, and [more]

Terry Fontenot: We’re excited to add Scotty Miller to the mix

The Falcons have added some speed from a division rival by signing receiver Scotty Miller.The one-year deal, which was reported earlier this week, became official on Thursday, Atlanta announced.Miller, who spent his first four seasons with the Buccaneers, brings another dimension to the Falcons’ offense, which will have second-year quarterback Desmond Ridder at the helm [more]

Report: Ravens tried to sign Baker Mayfield

As the impasse lingers between the Ravens and quarterback Lamar Jackson, Baltimore might ultimately need a viable Plan B at the most important position in the game.They have reportedly tried to address the situation via the free-agent reports that the Ravens made an offer to new Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield, and that Mayfield declined.The [more]

Scotty Miller agrees to terms on one-year deal with Falcons

The Falcons have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with free agent receiver Scotty Miller, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Miller, 25, has spent his entire career with the Buccaneers since they made him a sixth-round selection in 2019.In 2022, Miller appeared in 15 games with one start, seeing action on 258 offensive snaps and [more]

Bucs re-sign Deadrin Senat

The Buccaneers announced they have re-signed defensive tackle Deadrin Senat.Senat joined the team’s 53-player roster from the practice squad on Sept. 21 and ended up appearing in 12 games last season for the Bucs. He saw action on 165 snaps.Senat totaled 17 tackles, a sack and two quarterback hits.He entered the league as a third-round [more]

Bucs agree to terms with Chase McLaughlin

The Bucs have agreed to terms with kicker Chase McLaughlin, according to multiple reports.The team needed a kicker after cutting Ryan Succop.McLaughlin, 26, kicked in 16 games for the Colts last season. He went 30-for-36, including 9-of-12 from 50-plus yards.He has kicked for six teams in four seasons.McLaughlin is 17-for-21 from 50-plus yards in his [more]

Bruce Arians likes the addition of Baker Mayfield by the Buccaneers

Before emerging from his second retirement in 2019 to coach the Buccaneers, Bruce Arians said he’d return only to coach the Browns — where Baker Mayfield at the time played quarterback.Arians, now the former Buccaneers coach, is very pleased with the fact that the Bucs signed Mayfield.“Great competitor, extremely accurate,” Arians told Ira Kaufman of [more]

Tom Brady becomes a minority owner in the Las Vegas Aces

Last year, Tom Brady’s path to unretirement consisted, temporarily, of buying a minority stake in the Dolphins before eventually becoming the team’s quarterback.This year, the retired seven-time Super Bowl champion has acquired an ownership interest in a team owned by Raiders owner Mark Davis.Via Logan Reever of in Las Vegas, Davis announced on Thursday [more]

Buccaneers release Ryan Succop

The Buccaneers will move on to a different kicker.Tampa Bay released Succop on Thursday, the team announced.Head coach Todd Bowles mentioned in January that though Succop was efficient, the Bucs needed to be able to hit longer field goals. Succop was 2-of-7 on attempts of at least 50 yards, with an average distance of 52.3 [more]

Lavonte David: To come into my 12th season with one organization is rare

Lavonte David heard from other teams in free agency. But the veteran linebacker knew he wanted to return to the Buccaneers, and he knew the Buccaneers wanted him.David practiced patience, and it worked out. He is returning to the Buccaneers for a 12th season, with the deal becoming official Thursday.“I feel like I’ve still got [more]

Tom Brady’s ex-wife, Gisele Bundchen, “trusted the hype” on FTX

Retired (for now) quarterback Tom Brady has various non-football business interests. One of them imploded in a spectacularly embarrassing way last year.The FTX crypto exchange collapsed. Both Brady and his ex-wife, Gisele Bundchen, had key roles in the company. She was the head of environmental and social initiatives. They also starred in multiple FTX commercials.Since [more]

Gisele Bundchen calls talk of ultimatum to Tom Brady “the craziest thing I’ve ever heard”

Inherently public personalities Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen went through an inherently public divorce last year. It was preceded by an inherently public period of stress and strain that seemed to be heading in that direction.In a new interview with Vanity Fair, the former Mrs. Brady disputes the notion that she gave Tom an ultimatum [more]

Ronald Jones agrees to sign with Cowboys

The Cowboys are adding a running back.Ronald Jones has agreed to sign with Dallas on a one-year deal, according to multiple reports.Jones spent the 2022 season with the Chiefs, though he appeared in just six games and played 38 offensive snaps. He finished the season with 70 yards on 17 carries along with one catch [more]

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