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Former Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is returning to the NFC East, this time be the New York Giants' offensive coordinator on Joe Judge's staff.
The NFLPA and the league's owners have reached tentative agreements on aspects of a proposed collective bargaining agreement but major issues remain.
Oakland Raiders general manager Mike Mayock saw plenty of his moves pay off this season. Of course, Mayock’s biggest move and the one that blew up in his face — trading for Antonio Brown — is what we all will remember most. Brown never appeared in a regular-season game with the Raiders. Mayock released the star receiver after weeks of constant drama and issues off the field. Now, as Mayock reflects on it all, he took responsibility for the move backfiring and explained the rationale for the trade. “I put that on me,” Mayock said, via The Athletic. “My anticipation was that he was coming off a situation in Pittsburgh where he wants to prove everybody wrong and he wants to ride into the Hall of Fame. That he was going to come in with Jon Gruden and Derek Carr and our offense and lead the way. … I really thought we were going to get the best out of Antonio Brown and we didn’t.” Of course, releasing Brown meant Oakland accepted its sunk cost from the trade. While the Raiders will still love having multiple first
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NEW YORK — Jason Garrett is headed to the other side of the Giants-Cowboys rivalry.
The Miami Dolphins have been rumored to be infatuated with Tua Tagovailoa since before the 2019 NFL season began, and that reportedly has not changed. Pro Football Network’s Benjamin Allbright reports that the Dolphins would not be interested in moving up to No. 1 overall. However, they are very high on him and could go up as high as No. 2 overall in a trade-up scenario to land their guy. It’s pretty wild how swiftly the narrative has shifted from, “Will Tua Tagovailoa be a first-round pick?” to wondering if he’d be the top pick. After the quarterback’s brutal hip injury in his final game playing for Alabama, his future seemed unsure. The reason this narrative has shifted is that Tagovailoa has already made a remarkable recovery, which we saw when he was walking without crutches during his announcement to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. Circling back to the Dolphins, they have a real chance to make a major jump in 2020 if they can nail this coming draft. Tagovailoa is a proven winner with exceptional accurac