To help count down the days until the 2021 NFL season, we at PFF have pulled together all of our position rankings, betting projections, single team analysis articles and more, making this your go-to resource for 2021 NFL content.
Using the PFF Elo rating system, PFF grades and available market data, PFF simulates the 2021 season 10,000 times to accurately assign distributions for win totals, divisional title odds and the percentage each team makes the playoffs.
With the 2021 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, PFF projects the starting lineups for all 32 NFL teams ahead of the 2021 NFL season. Jimmy Garoppolo remains the starter in San Francisco, while Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence take the reins from Day 1.
A handful of sportsbooks have released player props for the top picks in the 2021 rookie class, so PFF's Kevin Cole looks at the historical distributions of rookie numbers with PFF's 2021 player projections to see if there are potential betting plays to make.
PFF's Ben Linsey highlights his favorite team fits for some of the top available free-agent options, sending veteran CB Richard Sherman back home to Seattle and safety Malik Hooker to the Dallas Cowboys.
The PFF Forecast team presents their favorite bets of 2021’s Week 1 slate, which has absolutely not protected itself against basic Wong teasers and has left some meat on the bone for regular straight bets, as well.
PFF takes a look back at the 2020 season and highlights the NFL's best pass-rushers by situation. Rams superstar Aaron Donald makes multiple appearances, while Defensive Rookie of the Year Chase Young also makes the list.
Former Yankees star and current Marlins owner and CEO Derek Jeter has sold his Tampa home that Bucs quarterback Tom Brady had been renting. The waterfront mansion sold for $22.5 million to an undisclosed buyer.
Dan Campbell has yet to coach an actual game in Detroit, but the first-year Lions coach is already making an early case as one of the most entertaining coaches in the league with his off-the-cuff style.
The Bears, one of many teams to release a statement objecting to in-person voluntary workouts, had about 70 players attend Day 1 of Phase 2 of the club's voluntary offseason program Monday -- and enjoyed near perfect attendance on offense, sources said.
Thousands of retired Black professional football players, their families and supporters are demanding an end to the controversial use of "race-norming" to determine which players are eligible in the NFL's $1 billion settlement of brain injury claims.
The Bears announced Monday night they signed linebacker Austin Calitro. The team cut receiver Reggie Davis in a corresponding move. Davis spent the past two training camps with the Bears and was on the team’s practice squad in 2020. Calitro, 27, has appeared in 42 NFL games with nine starts in three NFL seasons with […]
The Patriots are re-signing veteran Brian Hoyer, Jim McBride of the Boston Globe reports. It could make Jarrett Stidham the odd-man out. The Patriots drafted Mac Jones with the 15th overall choice after re-signing starter Cam Newton in free agency. Hoyer, who visited the Jets last month, has had three other stints in New England. […]
The Raiders have signed fifth-round choice Nate Hobbs, the team announced. Las Vegas made the Illinois cornerback the 167th overall choice. He appeared in 39 games with 34 starts for the Fighting Illini. Hobbs totaled 168 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss, one sack, three interceptions, 18 pass breakups, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery […]
Saints rookie offensive lineman Alex Hoffman has retired, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Hoffman signed as a college free agent after the draft. He was a four-year letterwinner at Carroll College, twice earning Frontier Conference first-team all-conference. Hoffman played five games this spring, helping the offense average nearly 200 rushing yards per game. He earned […]
The NFL has become more and more like the NBA, with certain players: (1) realizing the power they possess; and (2) not being afraid to use it. This development doesn’t sit well with those who made their bones in a league made up of players who knew their place. Appearing on the Big Show Network, […]
The Washington Football Team has played on the same grass field at FedEx Field since 1997. At times, it has looked more like dirt and spray paint. The team, though, will begin replacing the grass and more than a foot of soil at FedEx Field this week, TheAthletic.com reports. The project will take approximately two […]
The Jaguars continue to be in a holding pattern when it comes to free-agent tight end Tim Tebow. Over the weekend, coach Urban Meyer said that he and his staff would convene on Sunday to discuss Tebow. Meyer previously has dropped strong hints that Tebow eventually and inevitably will get a spot on the 90-man […]
49ers players joined many of their peers around the league in issuing a statement regarding their plans for the in-person portion of the offseason program. Their statement said that “many in our locker room have chosen not to attend some or all phases of the voluntary in-person workouts.” The start of Phase Two on Monday suggests […]
Offensive tackle Calvin Anderson has signed his exclusive rights tender with the Broncos. Anderson, 25, played all 16 games last season, with two starts. He saw action on 132 offensive plays and 67 on special teams. He started at left tackle against the Panthers and right tackle against the Raiders. Anderson will be in the […]
Shyheim Carter’s move toward a coaching career is going to be on hold for a bit. Carter was working as a graduate assistant for the University of Alabama when he tried out for the Texans at their rookie minicamp over the weekend. The defensive back’s work in those sessions was enough to earn him a […]
The Vikings made an addition to their secondary on Monday. The team announced that they have signed cornerback Parry Nickerson. They also confirmed the signing of tackle Evin Ksiezarczyk. Nickerson was a Jets 2018 sixth-round pick and played in 16 games for the team during his rookie season. The Jets traded him to the Seahawks […]
Cornerback Ken Crawley is returning to New Orleans. The Saints re-signed Crawley on Monday. Crawley, 28, played six games for the Saints last season, seeing action on 11 defensive snaps and 56 on special teams. He has appeared in 45 games with 23 starts the past five seasons with the Saints. He also played four […]
Tajae Sharpe didn’t last long in Kansas City. The Chiefs cut Sharpe, a veteran wide receiver, today. Sharpe signed with the Chiefs’ practice squad late last season and didn’t get into a game. He hit free agency in the offseason but re-signed with the Chiefs in March. Originally a fifth-round pick of the Titans in […]
The Dolphins claimed cornerback Trill Williams off waivers from the Saints. New Orleans cut Williams with a failed physical last week but apparently hoped to re-sign him. Instead, Williams is headed to Miami. Williams went undrafted out of Syracuse, where he made 93 tackles, three forced fumbles, four interceptions, 10 pass breakups and scored three […]
Albert Haynesworth reveled July 10, 2019, that he was in need of a life-saving kidney transplant. It took almost two years for the former NFL defensive lineman to find a match with “a real living Angel.” Haynesworth posted a photo on Instagram last week, announcing he had undergone a successful transplant. Zach Penny, a physical […]
The Chiefs are signing defensive back Manny Patterson after his tryout during the team’s rookie minicamp, Charles Goldman of USA Today reports. The Chiefs had receiver Daurice Fountain, linebacker Lawrence Garner, defensive back Thomas Leggett, running back Corey Taylor and Patterson as tryout players. Patterson played for Maine, starting 44 career games for the Black […]
The Dolphins have gone with a non-traditional format in replacing Chan Gailey, with Eric Studesville and George Godsey sharing the title of co-offensive coordinator. Though both men worked for the Dolphins last season — Studesville as running backs coach and run game coordinator, Godsey as tight ends coach — they are apparently giving the scheme […]
Yes, it’s a slow news day. But it’s still news that baseball legend and Marlins CEO Derek Jeter has sold the megamansion that Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and family rented from Jeter when Brady moved to Tampa last year. Listed for $29 million, the 22,000-square-foot home sold for $22.5 million. More than a decade ago, […]
Free agent offensive tackle Evin Ksiezarczyk passed his physical with the Vikings, who intend to sign him, Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reports. Ksiezarczyk went undrafted in 2020 out of the University of Buffalo. He went to training camp with the Falcons. He played in The Spring League, appearing in one game with the […]
When the Colts acquired Carson Wentz in a trade with the Eagles earlier this year, much was made of his relationship with Colts head coach Frank Reich. Reich was the offensive coordinator in Philly before coming to Indianapolis and worked closely with the quarterback in that role. That work has left Reich with confidence that […]