Each week NFL.com will showcase our top five most widely read stories. Each post is based off of the most page views by you the viewer.
Take a look at which trending news generated the most interest:
Will Colin Kaepernick be sticking around in San Francisco or will the disgruntled quarterback get a fresh start in Denver?
The "Kaepernick watch" is still a fluid situation and our Around The NFL story on the matter was one of the top published articles this week. The 49ers won't facilitate a trade to the Broncos, but once again this is an ongoing situation that could take a while. Stick around, we'll have more news on Kap in the comings days and weeks.
You might not have heard of Moritz Boehringer, but after his Pro Day you might want to jot down his name. The German wide receiver put up impressive numbers during Florida Atlantic's pro day.
Boehringer ran a 4.43-second 40-yard dash, had a vertical leap of 39 inches, a 10-foot, 11-inch broad jump, a 4.10-second short shuttle, 11.15-second 60-yard shuttle and a 6.65-second three-cone drill. Will he get drafted based off of his combine numbers? That answer is to be determined, though, readers are intrigued by his story and that's why it was one of our top articles this week.
"We (FSU) definitely have the best player in the world in Jalen Ramsey," Winston recently said, according to Pewter Report. "People talk about his position. But Jalen is the best cornerback, safety ... I will take a pay cut to play with him again. He has a fierce mentality. And the best thing about him is he is a Seminole! I have already shot (Bucs GM Jason Licht) some texts."
Ramsey will mostly likely be off the board when the Bucs selected at No. 9. Yet Winston is still holding out hope -- even if he's not currently allowed to restructure his rookie deal.
The NFL has had a number of players retire relatively early into their football careers. But when the best defensive player in the league says he might call it quits before Father Time comes calling it's going to turn heads.
Watt told KILT-AM this week that he might retire sooner than people think. If Watt does hang up his cleats, enjoy him while you can.
Hold your horses. Tennessee might be trading out of the top overall pick. The MMQB's Peter King reported earlier this week that the Titans have received significant interest in the No. 1 pick, and there's a legitimate chance that the team could comply with an offer.
The probability of Roger Goodell introducing the top pick to a team not from Tennessee is questionable.