The NFL offseason is the perfect time to drop new NFL-related shows. HBO's Hard Knocks has long been a mainstay of summer NFL programming, filling a void on the league calendar. Last year, Netflix joined the party by partnering with NFL Films on the show Quarterback. This year, Netflix will release a new show title Receiver that follows some of the league's best pass catchers.

The official trailer for Receiver just dropped today and it looks incredible.

The show will follow Davante Adams, Justin Jefferson, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, and Amon-Ra St. Brown through the 2023 season.

Receiver is produced by NFL Films, Omaha Productions, and 2PM Productions.

According to a statement from Netflix, the series description states that, “It's been said that there's no more difficult position in the NFL than the quarterback. But throwing the pass is only half the story,” the statement reads. “Receiver follows five of the NFL's best pass catchers throughout the 2023 season on and off the field.”

This show should feature several amazing storylines related to the 2023 NFL season, not to mention learning more about each player's life off the field.

We should see Kittle and Samuel in the Super Bowl, as well as both sides of their battle with St. Brown and the Lions in the NFC Championship game. Speaking of the Lions, the show will follow the team during a special season. Detroit won their first division title and logged their first playoff win in more than 30 years.

The Raiders replaced Josh McDaniels in the middle of the season with Antonio Pierce, which we can see through Adams' perspective.

Finally, we can follow Justin Jefferson and the Minnesota Vikings on an up-and-down journey that saw both Jefferson and Cousins suffer injuries.

The show will premiere on Netflix on July 10th.

The NFL makes its decisions on Eagles, Falcons anti-tampering investigations

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell looks on before the NFC Championship football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Detroit Lions at Levi's Stadium.
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The NFL has finally made its decisions regarding two anti-tampering investigations related to this year's free agency period.

Both the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons were under investigation by the NFL. The league announced today that the Falcons will be punished for violating the league's anti-tampering policy. The Eagles were found to have not violated the policy and will not be punished.

According to NFL insider Tom Pelissero, the Falcons will forfeit their 2025 fifth-round pick as punishment. They will also face a $250,000 fine and GM Terry Fontenot will be fined $50,000.

The Falcons came under investigation related to their free agent signings of Kirk Cousins, Darnell Mooney, and Charlie Woerner. The violations in question were logistical and administrative in nature and did not involve contact with players prior to the negotiation window.

Meanwhile, the Eagles were under investigation for their signing of Saquon Barkley. The NFL examined phone logs, text messages, and other documents related to Philadelphia's free agency strategy to make its decision.

The NFL also released the following statement related to Atlanta's violation of league policy and corresponding punishment.

“While the policy permits clubs to engage with and negotiate all aspects of an NFL player contract with the certified agent of any prospective unrestricted free agent during the two-day negotiating period, any direct contact between the player and an employee or representative of the club is prohibited,” the statement reads, per Pelissero. “This includes discussion of travel arrangements or other logistical matters, which the club acknowledges took place with regard to these three players.”