In case you missed it, NFL.com’s draft projections have been released.
They include a complete look at the 2017 NFL Draft and offer a detailed look at where the league is and how things stand.
We have already covered what’s on the line, and there is plenty more to come as teams prepare for the draft.
But the projections, like the actual NFL Draft itself, are always evolving.
With this in mind, here are the latest updates.
With a year to go before the draft, the NFL is still getting to know the NFL Draft’s landscape.
In the past, the draft would be viewed as a two-year event that only the NFL and the league’s commissioner would have control over.
However, with a new collective bargaining agreement in place, the league has more flexibility to set its own rules.
So in a year that will include a full calendar of events, this is a great time to start projecting the draft’s future.
For the most part, the latest projections are pretty much the same.
With the exception of one significant addition that the NFLPA and the NFL have been negotiating in their talks to reach a deal.
That is the NFL taking a large portion of the projected profits generated by the league for the 2016 draft, which would be a record $100 million in total.
This represents a 30% cut from the previous year’s total.
The league has until March 8 to agree to the deal, but with the collective bargaining process currently in full swing, it is expected to be done by then.
We have a feeling that this deal will end up being a significant part of the 2017 draft as well.
The most likely scenario, however, is that it will end in a split of $40 million.
This is what we know right now, but the league will be negotiating its final collective bargaining deal.
As the clock ticks down to March 8, we will have a better idea of what to expect from the draft in the next few months.
With the draft now behind us, we now turn our attention to the 2017 season.
The next few weeks will bring with them plenty of excitement and excitement for the 2017 football season.
In fact, we could see an increase in the number of teams that are participating in the draft as teams realize the draft has finally become a thing of the past.
In the meantime, let’s get right to the projections.
Here is a look at what’s in store for the NFL’s draft over the next four weeks.