in the fourth round, they snagged Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo

Then, in the fourth round, they snagged Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo, known for his game-clinching pick-six that secured the 2022 national title against Alabama. Through a draft day trade with the Detroit Lions, the Eagles added another former Georgia player: running back D’Andre Swift, who scored eight touchdowns last season. To secure the No 1 pick, the Panthers made a gutsy move by trading away two first-round picks, multiple second-round picks, and star wide receiver DJ Moore to the Bears. The Panthers then made a splash by landing the top quarterback prospect of the 2023 draft, Bryce Young. New play caller Todd Monken must love the moxie, but Lamar’s path toward a second MVP requires that he display heightened durability after missing 10 games over the past two seasons. Who on this list has more to prove out of the gate? The NFL’s 18-week, 272-game regular-season schedule concludes with 16 division games in Week 18, including two on Saturday Jan.

Last December, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform issued a 79-page report which concluded that Snyder, aided by N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell, suppressed evidence that Snyder and team executives sexually harassed women who worked at the team over two decades. A congressional committee also investigated the N.F.L.’s handling of claims of widespread sexual harassment in the front office of the Washington Commanders. That committee requested tens of thousands of documents from the league and held a hearing in February 2022 in which former employees spoke about their experiences working for the team. Two women made new allegations of harassment that directly implicated Daniel Snyder, the Commanders’ owner. Jared Goff deserves mention here after a brilliant close to last season. He’s an asset and quality fit inside a high-flying Lions scheme and can promptly blow this column up by knocking off Kansas City in the opener. … Kirk Cousins has produced quality numbers year after year, but I’m not sure I understand where we rest as a society if he winds up as the finest player league-wide in 2023. … Here I go, underrating Geno Smith all over again. What could go awry? …

I’m interested to see where we are with Justin Fields a year from now. Nobody last May had Jalen Hurts in the MVP conversation. … I trust Brian Daboll to coach up Daniel Jones. I don’t trust anyone to make Mr. Dimes the MVP. The Tennessee Titans will host the Baltimore Ravens at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Oct. 15. The Chiefs will host the Dolphins in Germany at Eintracht Frankfurt Stadium on Nov. 5. The Patriots will host the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 12, also in Frankfurt. The back half of the schedule is a bear. Miami has the second-most difficult schedule based on last season’s results and it shows up in two distinct stretches. The Dolphins are at the Eagles in Week 7 and in Germany against the Chiefs in Week 9, sandwiching a home game against the Patriots. And the final stretch of the season will be a huge test, especially for new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio: Starting in Week 15, the Dolphins host the Jets and Cowboys, travel to the Ravens and return home to close out the regular season against the Bills. It’s more mental than physical. Physically, I’m working every day, Jackson said.

“Hopefully, the goal is to be 100 percent when the season gets here. But you gotta enjoy the journey. We’ll see how it goes when the season gets here, but my goal is to be at 100 percent. Right now we are still in the phase of OTAs. I haven’t gotten into the training camp process yet. I have a doctor’s appointment after minicamp, and I’ll know from there my schedule if I’ll be ready.” Young treated the first day as if it was his biggest because, after all, it’s the biggest NFL practice he’s had to this point. Featuring a collection of pass-rushing specialists with size, speed, athleticism and explosiveness, Philadelphia creates mass destruction in the trenches. Four different players on the Eagles’ defensive front hit double-digit sacks last season: Haason Reddick (16), Brandon Graham (11), Javon Hargrave (11) and Josh Sweat (11). With Fletcher Cox (seven sacks) and Milton Williams (four) also providing pressure, Philly cycled through a series of game-wreckers, keeping everyone fresh and raring to wreak havoc.

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