What’s in the latest NFL offseason news?
With a busy offseason of free agency, the league announced that it is adding two new teams to its existing 32 teams, as well as adding two expansion teams in 2018.
The additions, which will take effect in 2019, are the Cleveland Browns and the Seattle Seahawks, respectively.
The Seahawks and Browns join the Seattle SuperSonics, who have already been added to the league.
In addition to adding two teams to the NFL, the expansion teams will also be joining the league as expansion teams.
The NFL is expanding from 32 teams to 34 teams for the 2019 season, and will be added to 32 teams in 2020.
The league announced a couple of new additions to its official roster on Wednesday, adding four players to the current roster.
The newest addition to the roster is wide receiver Jaron Brown, who was added to training camp with the New York Jets, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The Jets also added guard Andrew Quarless to their practice squad.
Quarless was a key part of the Jets’ defense last season, recording 1,053 total tackles, nine sacks, and an interception.