as informed in The windmill arrives when the quarterback market starts to thin out in free agency.
If San Francisco and Washington haven’t come to an agreement before then, the Niners are going to have to bail and look for their 2017 QB elsewhere.
Despite the breathless reports of Wednesday, I’m not sure Cousins has as much leverage over Washington as might first appear.
Before reaching that windmill, Doc says, they can stop the speeding train safely before the tracks end.
That won’t kill a trade for 2017, not at all, but it certainly makes San Francisco reconsider if simply waiting until 2018 is the best way to get Cousins (should it still want him).
as informed in
NFL free agency about discipline for Belichick, Patriots
ET is the official start of NFL free agency, though legal tampering has gone on for two days, and illegal tampering for even longer.
Standing in stark contrast to much of the league is the Patriots, who approach free agency like no other team in the NFL.
He doled out close to $145 million in the 2014 free agency, including $55 million in guaranteed money.
This, in a nutshell, is how the Patriots approach free agency: They think about what their 53-man roster will look like two or three years in advance.
The combine was pushed back a week this year, butting up right against free agency.
as informed in
NFL free agency facts and figures
If they do not receive a contract tender by 3 p.m. Thursday, they become unrestricted free agents.
Free Agent TrackerWith the start of the new NFL year arriving at 3 p.m. (CT) Thursday, here are some frequently-asked questions and answers regarding the free agency process:Q.
When could teams start talking to free agents?
A: Unrestricted free agents have completed four or more accrued NFL seasons and are free to sign with any club with no draft choice compensation owed to their previous team.
With the start of the new NFL year arriving at 3 p.m. (CT) Thursday, we answer some frequently-asked questions regarding the free agency process.
This content may collect you by James Connor
To follow all the new news about NFL