NFL Rumors are heating up with 2020 NFL Free Agency less than 10 days away. Several quarterbacks are topics of discussion including Dak Prescott. Dak has reportedly been offered a deal worth $33 million per year with $105 million guaranteed by the Dallas Cowboys. Will that be enough to secure him? NFL Daily hosts Tom Downey & Mitchell Renz debate & discuss the latest NFL Rumors & News IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW.
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Tom Brady is set for free agency for the first time in his career and everyone wants to know where he’ll end up. Will he stay with the Patriots. Could he be Philip Rivers replacement with the Chargers? Will Rivers end up with the Colts? Tua Tagovailoa received good news as his 4 month check-up went as well as expected. Tua’s been rehabbing a hip injury and wants to throw at his pro day at Alabama in April.
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Here are the hottest NFL topics from around the league discussed on today’s show:
- Dak Prescott contract offer?
- Tom Brady to the Chargers?
- Philip Rivers to the Colts?
- Tua Tagovailoa injury update
- CBA Vote to pass?
- Patriots trade rumors
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