A team that desperately needed a backup last year tops our rankings
Russell Wilson gave the commencement address at Wisconsin's graduation this weekend and shared his side of his transfer out of NC State.
While many teams stress the best-player-available strategy in the NFL Draft, there's no denying that need plays some part in each team's offseason plans. Which weaknesses are teams looking to fill?
The Broncos need a quarterback, the Dolphins are looking for a running back, the Seahawks have a gaping hole at left tackle and the Colts could use a defensive superstar. Here's a trade for veteran talents for each of those teams.
The Broncos don't have to just give in and cave to Colin Kaepernick's demands.
John Elway refused to overpay for Brock Osweiler and he won't for Colin Kaepernick, either. Panic? Never. Denver's GM knows he's still got options.
The backup quarterback could be on the move as teams struggle to find competent QB options on the open market.
The NFL's annual league meetings begin this week. Will the Browns use them to explore moving Joe Thomas to a contender like Seattle or Carolina? They should.
Let's break down the Broncos' quarterback situation, starting with Kap.
It's the annual spring quarterback panic. Teams without a sustainable QB are playing roulette. Here's an idea: Try drafting one every year until you finally land one.

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