Albert Breer

From:
To:
Column:
Writer:
Submit:
Reset:
  • Albert Breer

Search

From:
To:
Column:
Writer:
Submit:

Derek Carr’s Deal: Evolutionary, not Revolutionary

A blockbuster five-year, $125 million extension makes Raiders quarterback Derek Carr the highest-paid player—for now. The real game-changing QB deals—for Cousins, Stafford, Winston and Mariota—are still on the horizon
 

Colin Kaepernick Needs To Let His Voice Be Heard

Silent all offseason, the unemployed quarterback has created a vacuum that is being filled with tweets, opinions and teams wondering just how committed he is. Here's why Kaepernick should speak up. Plus notes on the rookie QBs, Derek Carr’s contract and the NFL link to the NBA champ

Adrian Peterson Believes, And So Do The Saints

It’s too early to say if the ex-Viking will find his footing in New Orleans, but his new teammates swear the veteran running back still has the juice. A look at Peterson’s next chapter, plus notes on an emerging Dolphins star, a Lion-sized loss and a subtle but significant change for those in stripes

Mike Zimmer Sees Vikings From Different Perspective

Minnesota’s coach is back, relatively healthy after eight eye procedures and ready to help his team work past last season’s late swoon. Plus more notes on the Jets’ rebuild, an overlooked Falcon and the Pats’ uphill climb

Gassers and Excuses: How the Bolts Are Handling Move

The complicated journey to L.A.—the team is still practicing in San Diego—won’t be a reason for failure in 2017, promises new Chargers coach Anthony Lynn. A look into the ongoing relocation, plus more notes on Derek Carr’s contract, impressive rookies and marijuana policy changes

Why Odell Skipping OTAs Is Most Certainly a Story

They’re voluntary workouts, but the superstar receiver’s decision to work out with Johnny Manziel in L.A. instead is definitely worth talking about. Plus, why you have to look to the middle ground for the actual answer in the Kaepernick debate, how the Lions are becoming Matthew Stafford’s show, and a quick look at the NBA Finals and NBA draft

Roger Goodell is on Mission to Mend Fences With Players

In the first relatively drama-free offseason in a while, the commissioner is taking steps toward repairing previously broken relationships. Here’s how that process is going, plus items on the Aaron Donald contract situation, three options for Kirk Cousins and Bill Belichick’s perfect overtime rules

The NFL’s Biggest Position Battle Might Be in Denver

The quarterback dilemma facing new Broncos coach Vance Joseph kicks off a look at the intriguing camp calls to come. Plus early rookies who’ve stood out, what the Pats sacrificed in keeping Garoppolo and much more

How the Texans Found Their Man in Deshaun Watson

One night in early January kick-started a love affair that resulted in Houston GM Rick Smith doing something he’s never done before. Plus notes on the Jets rebuild, a QB’s ideal landing spot and early 2018 buzz

In Buffalo, an Organization Still Broken

Rex Ryan was fired, and now GM Doug Whaley is out less than a day after the draft wrapped up. Three years after buying the Bills, the Pegulas have yet to even begin to build an organization

Everything Falls Into Place for Tampa

The Bucs entered the offseason looking to add more speed on offense; O.J. Howard falling into their laps was a stroke of good fortune. Plus, why Buffalo might have gotten a steal at QB, the Patriots’ first pick had opposing scouts groaning, and skipping bowls didn’t hurt Fournette or McCaffrey, but as for Jake Butt…