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The NFL on Monday reportedly provided teams with two of the more important figures for the next league year: the salary cap and franchise tags for every position group. The salary cap is markedly increasing for the second year in a row, jumping to a record $224.8 million for each team.
Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens +1
But Smith, 32, may be due to regress, and even if a high-profile rookie succeeds him at quarterback, this team will be in transition on defense, where they've been mostly overmatched for years. But the real question is what they do with that money: if Daniel Jones is back under center after a big step forward, what is his ceiling as a passer?
Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants +1
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Round 1 - Pick 1 Jalen Carter DL Georgia • Jr • 6'3" / 300 lbs Projected Team Chicago PROSPECT RNK 2nd POSITION RNK 1st The Bears appear to be a team headed in the right direction, in large part because they've found their franchise QB in Justin Fields. Round 1 - Pick 23 Bijan Robinson RB Texas • Jr • 6'0" / 220 lbs Projected Team Baltimore PROSPECT RNK 18th POSITION RNK 2nd Bijan Robinson is special, and while he is probably one of the best players in this class, he could still be around late in Round 1 because he's a running back.
New England Patriots, Texas Longhorns, Maryland Terrapins, Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers +3
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Black quarterbacks have come a long way in the NFL since Fritz Pollard became the first to play in the league in 1923 and Doug Williams was the first to start and win a Super Bowl following the 1987 season. Mahomes can become the first two-time winner if he leads the Kansas City Chiefs to victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 12.
Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Commanders, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs
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Kellen Moore found a new job less than 24 hours after it was announced the Dallas Cowboys had parted ways with the offensive coordinator. Moore, 33, will join Brandon Staley's staff on the Los Angeles Chargers, the team officially announced Monday afternoon.
Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys +1
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There's no question the New York Jets will have a new starting quarterback for the 2023 season. While the Jets will certainly take a long look at potentially trading for Rodgers, he's not the only veteran quarterback the team is evaluating.
Las Vegas Raiders, Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, Washington Commanders, San Francisco 49ers
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A WHO DEY proclamation from the Mayor: @Bengalspic.twitter.com/W1tCqupdTw — Aftab Pureval (@AftabPureval) January 27, 2023 The background here is that the Bengals have a 3-0 record against Mahomes and the Chiefs since they drafted Burrow, which has made the Bengals and their fans, already flying high from their 27-10 win over the Buffalo Bills last weekend, quite confident about this matchup.
Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs
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Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken interviewed with the Ravens this week, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the latest indication that the highly-touted Bulldogs assistant is eyeing a return the professional coaching ranks. On Friday, ESPN’s Jenna Laine reported that Monken plans to meet with the Buccaneers next week after Tampa fired Byron Leftwich following the team’s elimination from the playoffs in the wild-card round.
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