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  • Frank Schwab (Yahoo! Sports) What we can learn from Jarrett Stidham’s 2019 preseason, and his ill-fated pick-six in the regular season. “Stidham has the skill set to be a nice surprise this season.”
  • Chris Roling (Bleacher Report) Ranking NFL’s 7 most likely QBs to lose their job in 2020. 5. Jarrett Stidham.
  • Tyler Sullivan (CBS Sports) Three moves Patriots can still make to be Super Bowl contenders in 2020. 1. Bring back Brady. /I kid, I kid.
  • Jake Nichols (NFLAnalysis) 3 dream trade targets for New England in 2020.
  • Tyler Sullivan (CBS Sports) Bills safety explains why Tom Brady leaving the Patriots, AFC East is “bittersweet ...just because I had never beaten Tom. I think I’m like 0-9 against Tom, so I definitely wanted to get a W in that column.”
  • Maurice Moton (Bleacher Report) The NFL’s biggest roster question marks and answers during virtual OTAs. 5. Can QB Brian Hoyer win the starting job over Jarrett Stidham?
  • Ben Linsey (Pro Football Focus) Most underrated player on all 32 NFL teams ahead of 2020. Patriots: J.C. Jackson.
  • Sam Monson (Pro Football Focus) The NFL’s 50 best players entering the 2020 season. 12. Stephon Gilmore.
  • Brent Sobleski (Bleacher Report) 8 Underrated NFL players who can swing division races in 2020.
  • Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) NFL teams will not have joint practices this year.
  • Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Report: Teams will remain at their facilities for training camp.
  • Charean Williams (ProFootballTalk) Group of sports commissioners will discuss a return with congressman.
  • Dan Graziano (ESPN) The NFL and NFLPA may be headed toward another showdown: Will players ‘share the pain’?
  • Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) NFL floats possibility of asking players’ union for salary givebacks.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) NFL has little leverage to secure salary givebacks.