“They have be to like, ‘I’m going to go make the play’ and have the ability to go do it. So I think they’re about there. I was really proud of [Russell Wilson] and D.K. [Metcalf], their receiver crew. They’re close. I’d say another lineman, offensively and defensively, and I would not be surprised.”Atlanta Falcons
All four names will be highly-regarded as first-round talent. The quartet will also join linebacker Dylan Moses, offensive tackle Alex Leatherwood, center Landon Dickerson, running back Najee Harris and wide receiver and Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith in leaving the program.
In terms of what the salary cap is expected to be compared to how much money the Raiders are paying, there’s no question they will need to clear some room just to get to the cap, let alone if they hope to add some free agents. That means cuts and/or trades are coming. Not to mention, there are a few players who may not be earning their current salaries.Dallas Cowboys
LaFleur was the last of the three to get an NFL head-coaching gig. McVay and Shanahan were both named head coaches in 2017, while LaFleur had to wait two more years until he got his chance.
The Seahawks season may be over, but the future is still bright for the organization and what the young guns brought to the table already and what they will do in the years to come.Denver Broncos
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Following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff victory over the Washington Football Team on Saturday night, Tom Brady shared a moment with Smith -- telling the Burgundy and Gold QB just how proud he was of him.
The history of LaFleur, McVay, and Shanahan goes back even further. All three can be traced back to their days with the Washington Football Team, where they worked on the same staff. No one knew that one day they would all become successful head coaches.Seattle Seahawks