It’s that time of year again. The regular season ends and all hell lets loose in the managerial ranks of the NFL. Head coaches, assistant coaches, general managers and other staff are all in the firing line as franchises search for the ingredient which will bring them success in 2018. Richard O’Hagan tries to keep up.
The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…
The Los Angeles Rams opened the regular season with a stunning 46-9 week one win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Tom Green gives us his thoughts on the game…
It isn’t just roster cuts that have been taking place in the NFL this weekend, teams have been picking up those discarded players and adding them to their squads, as well as cutting other deals along the way. These are the big moves that have happened.
It’s been an odd weekend in the NFL. For the first time, the League decided to cut rosters from 90 to 53 after the final preseason game, rather than doing it in increments between the final two contests. It has made for a brutal few days, and some big names suddenly found themselves without teams.
This is a crucial Draft for the Colts, with new GM Chris Ballard anxious to show that he can bring success back to the franchise.
Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.
We conclude this week’s look at NFL retirements by focusing on a Colts legend, prospective Hall of Famer Robert Mathis.
With seven weeks of the regular season remaining, we predict who could be making the All-Pro team come January.