The NFL’s youngest coach got here with a single-minded devotion to the game. Don’t expect the Rams’ savior to change anytime soon. By Greg Bishop

The NFL’s suspension of Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston for the first three games is something that will certainly impact the team. Winston is the starter for a reason, even if some say he hasn’t come close to reaching the expectations of being the first-overall pick in 2015. By  

The 49ers defensive coordinator sits down with The MMQB to discuss the two 2017 first-rounders on his defense—and despite a somewhat disappointing season from the former and a looming suspension for the latter, Saleh is bullish on both. By  ROBERT KLEMKO

The Dallas Cowboys believe 2018 can be a replication of 2016 after a rough year in 2017, but reality can end up becoming very different from the best-case scenario each team lays out as they build a roster throughout the offseason. Reality for the Cowboys has been cruel so far in the preseason, and it should bring into question what the Cowboys 2018 season will end up looking like. By 

It’s been an up-and-down preseason for Mahomes, but flashes of brilliance (his 69-yard touchdown pass jumps to mind) serve as reminders of why Andy Reid picked the Texas Tech product to be the franchise’s quarterback of the future. By JONATHAN JONES

There’s no longer a cut down from 90 to 75 players, but there are plenty of ways for NFL teams to refine their rosters before they’re required to get down to 53.

Injuries happen. Releases happen. Trades happen, too. And trades will happen. And annually one of the most active teams on the trade market is the Patriots. By Phil Perry


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