A room filled with some heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal -- and special guest Matt "Money" Smith bring you all of the latest happenings around the NFL, including the Denver Broncos placing a franchise tag on safety Justin Simmons (11:44), Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and Detroit Lions quarterback Chase Daniel being placed on the trade market (24:41) and safety Micah Hyde agreeing to a two-year contract extension with the Buffalo Bills (28:13). Then, the hosts dive into the NFL stock market, and discuss what they're buying and selling heading into the 2021 NFL season (32:38), including Smith's comparison of college football to the GameStop stock market surge (1:12:06).
NFL roundup: Latest league news from Thursday, May 26
With starter Lamar Jackson absent from OTAs, the Baltimore Ravens signed a backup quarterback on Thursday in veteran Brett Hundley.
Randall Cobb dismisses doubts about Packers WRs, says rookie Christian Watson has 'total package'
Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb made it known this week that he doesn't really care about doubters heading into the season and shared that rookie WR Christian Watson "has the total package."
Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb on stepping into No. 1 role: 'I've been ready'
With Amari Cooper gone, CeeDee Lamb is the Cowboys' anointed No. 1 receiver and he's elated at the proposition.
Colts coach Frank Reich on bringing in QB Nick Foles: 'I wanted Nick since I've been here'
Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich is happy to have Nick Foles as his backup QB, and the former Super Bowl MVP is "grateful" to be in Indy and back with his former offensive coordinator.
Steelers pass rusher T.J. Watt 'definitely not satisfied' after 22.5-sack season
T.J. Watt isn't satisfied with his 2021 showing, but it's not because he came oh-so close to breaking the sack record. It's because the reigning AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year believes he has more to accomplish ahead.
Players now eligible to return from injured reserve after four games; practice squads increased to 16 players
The NFL and NFL Players Association recently agreed upon new rules for the 2022 season, notably pertaining to injured reserve and players having to miss a minimum of four games before they can return, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday.
Jameis Winston (ACL) participating in on-field workouts at Saints OTAs
Jameis Winston reinforced his intentions of being ready for Week 1 by taking part in on-field workouts during Saints OTAs on Wednesday.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim confident long-term deal will get done 'this summer' with Kyler Murray: 'He is our future'
In an appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show" Wednesday, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said he's optimistic an extension will get done with QB Kyler Murray.
Buccaneers QB Tom Brady on MCL reconstruction: 'It felt for the first time this offseason, it's been really good'
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady's knee feels "really good" after "finally getting it reconstructed last year."
NFL roundup: Latest league news from Wednesday, May 25
Two Cowboys wide receivers, James Washington and rookie Jalen Tolbert, did not participate in team drills during the first day of OTA workouts due to injury.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh on Lamar Jackson's absence from OTAs: 'It's for him to talk about'
Ravens coach John Harbaugh fielded questions about Lamar Jackson's contract situation and absence from OTAs on Wednesday as the QB's future in Baltimore remains unsecured.