Defensive end Aldon Smith has signed with the Seahawks on what a source tells ESPN is a one-year deal. After an indefinite suspension from 2016 to 2019 for multiple off-field incidents, he joined the Cowboys last season.
The guys start the hour by talking about whether the Cowboys should draft Kyle Pitts. More callers weigh in on who their team should draft. Bart & Hahn host Alan Hahn stops by to talk about whether the NBA play in tournament is a good idea. Plus, who has more pressure on them this season: Russell Wilson or Matt Stafford? And as always, Caller Roulette!
Former Packers/OSU LB A.J. Hawk joins the show to talk about Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay, and what he thinks of Justin Fields in the NFL. Tedy Bruschi weighs in on Fields as well, plus explains whether the Cowboys should draft Kyle Pitts. Also, the guys go through some of the best transactions of the last sports year.
The NFL Live crew is joined by Mel Kiper Jr. to break down his NFL Mock Draft 4.0. Some surprising moves are made in this edition of Mel's mock draft, will they come true? Will New England make another big move and move up for a QB?
On this edition of NFL Live the crew hears from Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule and Panthers new QB Sam Darnold as the panthers introduced Sam to Carolina. And who are the Cowboys going to take in the upcoming draft? Plus is Jadeveon Clowney heading to Cleveland to create a pass rushing nightmare for offenses? And Julien Edelman looks like he is set to retire.
Answering the top offseason fantasy questions: 32 NFL reporters give advice on Daniel Jones, Courtland Sutton, more
Which offseason moves will pay off? Which 2020 rookies will blossom in Year 2? Our reporters tackle questions for every team.
Our analysts discuss what the Atlanta Falcons should with the 4th overall pick in the draft. What does the future hold for star QBs Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson? How should the Dallas Cowboys approach their 1st round draft pick?
The Cowboys signed tight end Jeremy Sprinkle and veteran punter Bryan Anger to one-year contracts Wednesday.
The NFL officially announced it will change the number of games for the first time since 1978. Who is playing who in 2021?
From Dak Prescott to Ryan Fitzpatrick, the state of the quarterback position within the division has changed this offseason, and our NFC East experts weigh in.
Safety Xavier Woods, who started his last 44 games with the Cowboys but struggled last season despite finishing second on the team with 72 tackles, has reached a one-year deal with the Vikings, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Jay Williams, Alan Hahn & Bart Scott debate whether the Chicago Bulls or Bears will win a championship first. Also, what should we expect from the Cowboys this season? Plus, the guys discuss the biggest winners and losers from the NBA trade deadline.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said he's excited about "Year 2" on offense, and that newly re-signed QB Dak Prescott is the "keystone" of the team.
Tyrone Crawford, who had 25 sacks in his nine years with the Cowboys but had battled numerous injuries over the past few seasons, will retire, coach Mike McCarthy said.
Free agent Aldon Smith, who had five sacks during his one season with the Cowboys after being suspended since the start of the 2016 season, will not be back with the team, a source told ESPN.
With many big names off the market, here's what those inside front offices are saying about all 32 teams.
Bud Dupree got a stunning deal from the Titans. Kenny Golladay got mega money from the Giants. Here's what those contracts and more tell us.
Safety Keanu Neal with reunite with former Falcons coach and current Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn after reaching a one-year deal with Dallas.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.