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By Marc Lawrence — Resident PLAYBOOK Expert Rob Vinciletti has done his homework and has issued in-depth NFL Team Report Cards on the offseason Free Agency moves, grading the Free Agency winners and losers. A couple of teams that graded out with an “A” included Arizona: The big trade netting DeAndre Hopkins headlines the offseason and gives 2nd Year QB Kyler Murray a big time target. In addition, Arizona made some solid moves on the defensive side of the ball while also dumping some bad contracts… Buffalo: The Bills made a statement here picking up Stefon Diggs, a game breaking wideout that has been missing for them. They are looking to seize control of the AFC East and upgraded what is already a top-3 defense… Miami: The Dolphins spent a ton of money adding 6 potential starters and were one of the busiest teams in the off season. They did not lose anyone note worthy and have improved their team in what suddenly looks like a wide-open AFC East… Rounding out the bottom of the list with an “F” was Houston: When the best move you make is bringing back your kicker that shows what a poor job you’ve done of upgrading your team. This could be one of the worst off seasons for any team in recent history. For Vinciletti’s complete grade on each team – including the only team that earned an “A+” – click here.
Watch This Trojan Horse
From the 2020 PLAYBOOK Football Preview Guide magazine: The USC Trojans led the nation in starts by underclassmen last season (66.9%). Seniors started only 16.4% of their games, the fifth-lowest percentage in the nation. in addition, USC is ranked 21st in offensive Returning Production Rankings by ESPN’s Bill Connelly.
Say It Ain’t So, Antonio
Reports have it that troubled WR Antonio Brown has hired a new agent in his pursuit to return to the NFL this season. The seven-time Pro Bowler is a free agent after being released by two NFL teams (New England and Oakland) last season. Additionally, the state of Florida has levied three formal charges against Brown for an alleged January assault that resulted in his arrest. Brown, 31, faces felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges, according to a Broward County court document. In January, agent Drew Rosenhaus terminated his relationship with Brown. That should tell you all you need to know about the character of Brown. When a whore like Rosenhaus wants no part of you, you know your playing days are over
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