NFL Rumors on Devonta Freeman continue as Freeman remains unsigned in NFL Free Agency. Freeman reportedly is willing to sit out the 2020 NFL Season if he doesn’t receive the right contract offer, but considering he’s aging and coming off some injuries, that seems unlikely. So which NFL teams could sign Devonta Freeman as an NFL free agent? NFL Daily host Harrison Graham takes you through his top Devonta Freeman destinations IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW.
Devonta Freeman was released by the Atlanta Falcons earlier this offseason and won’t return as the Falcons have signed Todd Gurley. Could Freeman stay in the NFC South and sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who still need help at RB?
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Freeman landing spots also include the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. Both teams have young & talented running backs in Miles Sanders & David Montgomery, but lack quality depth. The Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers are two other teams that could use help at RB after Buffalo lost Frank Gore and the Chargers lost Melvin Gordon.
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Which ever NFL team signs Devonta Freeman is getting a talented player, but a player who is aging and has dealt with injuries and declining production in recent years. The latest NFL News suggests he wants to be a starter in 2020 as he continues to wait in free agency.
Top Devonta Freeman destinations:
#5 Buffalo Bills
#4 Chicago Bears
#3 Los Angeles Chargers
#2 Philadelphia Eagles
#1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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