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Apart from playing on his obvious desire to have enough cap space to allow the team to put competent teammates around him, there’s a more pragmatic question to ask: Would another team pay him $19 million this year, if he were a free agent?Kansas City Chiefs

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Why should this be a priority and dream scenario for Los Angeles? Justin Herbert had arguably the greatest rookie season by a quarterback in NFL history in 2020 but did so while being pressured at an absurd rate. In fact, the Chargers offensive line received a 54.5 pass-blocking grade from PFF, good for third-to-last in the NFL last season. 

The Patriots could use more punch in their pass rush both on the edge and – if Adam Butler and Deatrich Wise leave – in the interior. New England just isn’t imposing in the front-seven and, despite all of our fixating on the quarterback spot, that could be as likely a Round 1 target as QB.

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The scenario is highly unlikely. Even in 2008, when Brett Favre wanted to return to the Green Bay Packers, who had already moved on to Aaron Rodgers, the NFC North club wasn’t about to trade him to a division rival, which is how Favre landed with the New York Jets. In a similar vein, the Texans probably won’t deal Watson to a division rival. The possibility of facing him in the AFC is scary enough.New England Patriots

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The New England Patriots’ quarterback situation is getting a little bleak. The 2021 offseason was supposed to be one with infinite opportunity at the quarterback position.Miami Dolphins

All the networks with rights to broadcast professional football are expected to pay significant hikes to keep the NFL on board. The NFL has in some cases sought to double the fees for such big-audience programs as NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” or CBS’ and Fox’s Sunday-afternoon broadcasts. ESPN’s rights to broadcast “Monday Night Football” are believed to cost around $1.9 billion per year, compared to $1.1 billion paid in the previous contract that ended in 2013. Disney’s current deal with the NFL is slated to lapse at the end of next season, a year ahead of contracts with NBCUniversal, Fox Corp. and ViacomCBS.

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