The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier discuss the implications of the weekend’s big moves in football: what Andrew Luck’s shoulder injury means for the Colts (1:10), the Patriots’ motivations behind trading Jacoby Brissett for Phillip Dorsett (4:15), and the Seahawks’ rising Super Bowl chances after acquiring Sheldon Richardson (16:25).
‘GM Street’ — Big Moves, Big Splashes, Big Injuries
Lombardi and Frazier look at the Colts QB situation and the Seahawks’ trade for Sheldon Richardson
Sean and Amanda discuss potential Oscar contenders after Telluride and TIFF
Despite injuries, a lackluster day on offense, and some miscues, Dallas was able to edge out a team with playoff hopes. Is there more of that in the Cowboys’ future?
Philadelphia has been mired in .500-ish seasons for the past few years, but buoyed by a surging Harper, the team is looking to get back to the postseason for the first time since 2011
Tampa Bay remains the class of the NFL—and it’s unclear who their biggest competition is