From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
It's the end of an era in Detroit, as the longtime starting quarterback wants out. Here are the teams that have the need and the draft capital to make it happen.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tweeted Sunday that he hopes the Texans and Deshaun Watson can reconcile before the 2021 season begins.
The Texans' coaching decision is not expected to change Deshaun Watson's thinking, as the quarterback is still expected to want out of Houston, no matter who the head coach is, sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
The Texans interviewed QB Josh McCown and Jim Caldwell for their head coach opening, the team announced Friday.
Gary Kubiak, who has been with the Vikings since 2019 and won a Super Bowl with the Broncos in 2016, has retired.
The franchise quarterback is unhappy and has the power to influence his next destination. That, along with a salary-cap hit, complicates things for the Texans.
Deshaun Watson is everything the Houston Texans want in their quarterback. But after a lackluster season, Texans leadership has made this once-happy marriage look tough to fix. Tensions rose as owner Cal McNair excluded Watson from the new GM decision, after saying he’d have input. Now fans are looking for signs as to whether Watson wants out. ESPN Texans reporter Sarah Barshop shares where Houston management went wrong, what Watson’s thinking, and what it’ll take to patch things up. Then, Mina Kimes takes us through the career, legacy, and faces of the now retired Phillip Rivers.
Chiney and Golic Jr. discuss the biggest challenges facing the Brooklyn Nets trio to make this work and how Super Bowl rings should factor into a player's legacy.
Is Philip Rivers a Hall of Famer? Don't think for 1 second Carson Wentz is a lock to be an Eagle next season. The Colts would be the perfect fit for Wentz. What about Sam Darnold to the Jets? Here's how the Chiefs can beat the Bills without Mahomes.
Bart and Hahn play "Blitz or Prevent" on a variety of NFL topics and react to the latest sound surrounding Deshaun Watson.
Bart and Hahn discuss Brett Favre saying that Patrick Mahomes should think long and hard about playing Sunday if he still doesn’t feel right and another day without any thawing between Deshaun Watson and the Texans.
The relationship between franchise quarterback and team is fractured. Here's where Watson could land, what deal it will take to get him, and what Houston does next.
Chiney and Golic Jr. are joined by ESPN/YES Announcer Ryan Ruocco and ESPN NFL Analyst Dan Orlovsky to breakdown the Top 5 and Bottom 5 from the NFL including QB injuries and Drew Brees' career.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the firing of the Mets GM and what further action baseball needs to take.
Lakers 'fall' to 11-4. Does Durrant have enough in Brooklyn to overtake LeBron and the Lakers? Marriage problems for McVay and Goff? Callers come up with landing spots for Deshaun Watson. Former Patriot, RIchard Seymour, stops by to talk about Tom Brady's chances to make the Super Bowl. Conor McGregor says he'll have a fight for Manny Pacquiao in 2021...Does Conor have a chance?
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Field Yates share their concerns going into this year's NFL Combine, Chris Olave's decision to return to Ohio State, and what kind of draft pick compensation will the Texans get with a potential Deshaun Watson trade?
Bart And Hahn discuss the Mets firing newly hired GM Jared Porter due to numerous unsolicited and explicit text messages sent to a female reporter that used to cover MLB before talking where Deshaun Watson will play next season.
First Take hour 2: WNBA players lead a movement to have a problematic team owner voted out of US Senate.
Stephen A, Max, Chiney Ogwumike and Jeff Saturday debate why it was important for the WNBA players to push for change, if the Chiefs are in trouble against the Bills on Sunday and much more.
Jason thinks the Jets will do whatever it takes to get Deshaun Watson. And he thinks the Nets have developed chemistry very quickly.
Should the disgruntled Houston quarterback be on the move, it would be borderline negligent for the Jets to pass. But would the feeling be mutual?