Today marks the start of NFL free agency.
As the games begin, we’re going to talk about some of the buzz around the game.
The biggest story of free agency has been the emergence of Ezekiel Elliott, the first player drafted in this year’s draft who’s already had three separate NFL games in his career.
He’s been a star for the Cowboys, which was the team that drafted him in the second round.
Elliott is one of the most electrifying players in the league, so naturally it’s been on everyone’s mind, but it’s also become a little bit of a buzzkill for the rest of the league.
The Cowboys were able to make some moves to shore up their defense, but they’re not the only ones to have been linked to Elliott.
The Cleveland Browns were rumored to be interested in Elliott before the draft, and the Dallas Cowboys also have a history of bringing in players from other teams.
The New York Giants, New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have also been linked.
But what if Elliott was just a free agent, and there weren’t any teams willing to part with him?
Or maybe he was simply a top tier player?
Or, perhaps, the team he was playing for wanted to bring in another high-profile free agent?
We talked to some of our favorite NFL writers, who are experts on the game, to get the scoop on all the free agency chatter.
First off, let’s start off by discussing the Elliott situation.
It’s not like the Cowboys were going to throw money at Elliott, which is a big reason why they were able’t move him.
He was going to have a good rookie season.
Elliott was the second overall pick in the draft and a former Heisman Trophy winner.
He’ll be entering his fourth season as the Cowboys’ starting quarterback, which means he’s likely going to play in at least another season or two.
The only question is whether the Cowboys would have been willing to let him go if they didn’t think they had a better quarterback in Dak Prescott.
Elliott has been a good fit for Dallas.
He plays with a physicality and is very accurate.
Elliott also has good ball skills, which could make him a good option for the Giants or other teams looking to add a veteran presence in their roster.
The Cowboys’ offense also features a ton of weapons, so it’s hard to imagine Elliott not finding success as a full-time starter.
It’s also possible that the Giants would have preferred to trade for Elliott because they know they have one of their best wide receivers in Odell Beckham Jr. on their roster, but there are other options in the NFL, including the Cleveland Browns.
The Giants have made some big moves at receiver this offseason, so if they had one of those players on their list, it would have made sense to move up and grab Elliott.
The Dallas Cowboys have had some big-name free agents in the past.
(Getty Images)The Giants, who signed Odell, signed Calvin Johnson in free agency in 2013, and signed Brandon Marshall in free association last offseason.
The Eagles have been rumored to have interest in Elliott, but he hasn’t been mentioned much during the offseason.
The Patriots have signed Greg Olsen to a one-year deal, while the Philadelphia Eagles signed Kelvin Benjamin to a five-year, $54 million deal.
Elliott and Benjamin have the potential to be good players, so maybe the Cowboys have been the ones with the best shot at moving on.
The Browns also made some moves this offseason.
They traded for Brandon Weeden, but signed Johnny Manziel instead.
They also drafted Christian Kirksey.
That’s a big drop-off from the team’s first-round pick, and it would be hard to see them keeping Manziel as their starter.
The Browns also traded up in the third round to take Sam Darnold in the first round.
Darnolds numbers were better last year than the second, but his production was still lower than Elliott’s.
It wouldn’t be hard for the Browns to keep Elliott around as a backup to Manziel.
The Eagles were also rumored to want to move on from DeMarco Murray, who is now an unrestricted free agent.
The Philadelphia Eagles are in a similar situation to Dallas, which has a number of top-flight receivers on its roster.
They had a big offseason signing in Brandon Marshall and also signed Sammy Watkins.
The problem for Murray is that he doesn’t have the same speed as Elliott, and Elliott is better in the red zone.
The question is, would the Eagles be willing to move Murray?
The Eagles also had some moves in free-agency this offseason as well.
They signed Sam Bradford, and they traded for Robert Woods.
Bradford and Woods are both excellent pass-catchers, but Woods has been an absolute disappointment in his first three seasons.
Woods has never been a dominant player, and he hasn’€™t proven he can be a dominant receiver.
The only way the Eagles would be willing