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1.Redskins release TE Jordan Reed (FFToday) The Washington Redskins cut tight end Jordan Reed on Thursday, parting ways with a talented but oft-injured player. The move comes as no surprise given Reed's injury history and that the move saves Washington $8.5 million in cap space. He had been under contract through 2021. Analysis: Reed didn't play a snap in 2019 after suffering a concussion in the preseason. Hampered by injuries most of his career, Reed has been a talented tease for fantasy owners. He still wants to play in the NFL but will likely settle for a one-year deal given his injury history. After the retirement of ... (More)2 days
2.Jets | Big money for Robby Anderson? (thehuddle) New York Jets impending free-agent Robby Anderson's next contract is likely to come in north of $10 million, according to an AFC personnel evaluator. 'It's real simple,' the evaluator said. 'He's fast and has size. Any team that wants speed at receiver will pay him well.' Analysis: Anderson has big-play speed to stretch the field, but his role as a deep threat lends itself to hit-and-miss fantasy production. He will likely be a WR3 candidate wherever he lands.2 days
3.Le'Veon Bell unlikely to be traded this offseason (FantasyPros) The chances of a Le'Veon Bell trade are currently "remote" according to ESPN. Analysis: The Jets are hoping to cut salary to rebuild their roster, but Bell's contract is prohibitive in either cutting him or likely trading him given the amount remaining on his contract. ESPN concludes that Bell will most likely remain with the Jets for at least one more season. Bell has already fallen off a cliff in terms of value over the last two seasons, but he did continue to see consistent volume in 2019. Given the fact that, if he remains with the team in 2020, the Jets have a ... (More)4 days
4.Teddy Bridgewater expected to command 'strong market' in free agency (FantasyPros) Teddy Bridgewater is expected to command a "strong market" during free agency this offseason. Bridgewater is expected to move on from the Saints now that Drew Brees has declared he's returning to New Orleans. Analysis: The Saints said early that they expect Bridgewater back, but it seems like the former backup QB could command upwards of $30 million per year and even a multi-year deal depending on how his market develops. At those numbers, it will be hard for Bridgewater to return to a reserve role behind Brees despite the appeal of being the team's QB of the future... (More)4 days
5.Cam Newton expected to be cleared for football activity in March (FantasyPros) The Panthers believe that QB Cam Newton will pass his physical and be cleared to return to football-related activity sometime in March. Analysis: Carolina is expected to continue to handle Newton cautiously when he returns, and there's still no guarantee that he's with the team when the 2020 NFL season begins. If he proves healthy, at least over the summer, Newton is likely to get a shot under center with some team, but he's also hard to trust for fantasy purposes at this point.4 days
6.NFL | Teddy Bridgewater likely to be hot commodity (thehuddle) Impending free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater (Saints) is widely expected to leave the New Orleans Saints unless Drew Brees retires and likely to have a 'strong' free agency market as a starting or bridge quarterback for a team in transition, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.5 days
7.Panthers expect Cam to pass physical in ... (Rotoworld) The Athletics' Jourdan Rodrigue reports the Panthers believe QB Cam Newton is likely to pass a physical and be cleared for football activities in March. Analysis: Rodrigue added that the Panthers are still likely to exercise precaution through spring workouts if Newton remains with the team. It's been awhile since we've seen Newton at full health. His 2018 season was cut short by a bum shoulder that limited his arm strength, while he played just two games in 2019 due to persistent foot problems. There have been few players in the history of the league that offer Newton's elite dual-thre... (More)5 days
8.Cam Newton: Will likely be cleared in March (RotoWire) The Panthers expect Newton (foot) to pass a physical and be ready to return to football activity in March, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Analysis: The team also expressed that Newton will be eased back into action if he is indeed cleared after undergoing surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury in his left foot. Of course, there's no guarantee Newton will still be with the Panthers next month, as new coach Matt Ruhle and offensive coordinator Joe Brady may opt to cut or trade the 30-year-old quarterback -- they would save $19 million against the salary cap in 2020 -- and build around a younger signal-caller. This process could... (More)5 days
9.Teddy Bridgewater: Looking at strong market (RotoWire) Bridgewater is expected to have a strong market for his services as an unrestricted free agent this spring, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: With Drew Brees likely coming back for another season and Taysom Hill still under contract, Bridgewater figures to leave New Orleans for a shot at a starting job. He won each of his five starts in 2019, completing 69.7 percent of passes for 7.3 yards per attempt in those games, with just nine sacks, two interceptions and no fumbles. The one negative for Bridgewater is a crowded market for free-agent QBs, including Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Jameis Winston.5 days
10.Report: Bridgewater to command $30M per ... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports Teddy Bridgewater is expected to have a "strong market" in free agency and could land a multi-year deal, paying him around $30 million per year. Analysis: Fowler added, "Multiple teams expect Bridgewater to have a strong free agency market as a starting or bridge quarterback for a team in transition. Widely expected to be on the move unless Drew Brees retires." The number is certainly a bit shocking, although Bridgewater does deserve credit for posting above-average rankings in adjusted yards per attempt (15th), QB Rating (11th), TD Rate ... (More)5 days
11.Cam Newton may see the field in March (FFToday) As Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton continues to rehab a surgically-repaired Lisfranc injury on his left foot, a source with knowledge of the situation told The Athletic on Monday that the team believes he is likely to pass his physical/be cleared for some football activity in March. Analysis: Lisfranc injuries are tricky to recover from which is why the Panthers are giving very little information about Newton's recovery and timeline. Even if he's cleared to do some work in March he'll likely be limited during OTAs in April and May. There is the chance that the Pant... (More)5 days
12.Panthers | Cam Newton expected to pass physical (thehuddle) Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (foot) is expected to pass a physical in March and be cleared to participate in some football activities, according to a source. Analysis: Newton's status with the team is still uncertain, so fantasy players will need to monitor the situation. He has played well when he is healthy but has dealt with multiple injuries over the last few years. He probably will be a starting quarterback for a team in 2020 and could be a possible starting option in fantasy leagues if he is healthy. 5 days
13.Jets feel Le'Veon Bell put on weight in ... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Rich Cimini sees an offseason trade of Le'Veon Bell as only a "remote" possibility for the Jets. Analysis: Despite coach Adam Gase's open antagonism of Bell throughout his debut season in the Big Apple, Cimini doesn't see a trade coming to fruition without the Jets taking on a significant portion of his 2020 salary, which calls for a whopping $13.5 million in guarantees. Even then, Cimini wouldn't anticipate New York getting much in return for Bell (a Day 3 draft pick is probably the best they could hope for), who the Jets believe put on weight in 2019 while losing much... (More)5 days
14.Josh Bellamy: Likely cap casualty (RotoWire) Bellamy (shoulder) likely will be released this offseason, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The Jets can save $2.3 million without absorbing any dead cap charge. Bellamy played 124 snaps on special teams and 63 on offense in 2019, appearing in seven games before a shoulder injury sent him to IR. He went over 200 receiving yards each year from 2015 to 2017 with the Bears, but his 82 NFL games haven't yielded even a single 100-yard performance.5 days
15.Cowboys | Dallas to part with Tavon Austin? (thehuddle) Dallas Cowboys impending free-agent WR Tavon Austin is unlikely to be re-signed, according to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com.6 days
16.Dynasty | Robby Anderson not expected to re-sign (Dynasty League Football) Robby Anderson is not expected to re-sign with the Jets and will find his way to a new team in free agency Analysis: No surprise here and it's long been expected that Anderson will be playing with a new team shortly after free agency opens. It's a tight free agency market at wide receiver, headlined by A.J. Green, and Anderson will be in demand. The soon-to-be 27 year old deep threat has struggled with poor quarterback play throughout his career though started to find a level of production with Sam Darnold late in 2019. The right s... (More)7 days
17.Jets | Breshad Perriman an option for NYJ? (thehuddle) Tampa Bay Buccaneers impending free-agent WR Breshad Perriman could be a target for the New York Jets if WR Robby Anderson doesn't return in 2020, according to Connor Hughes of The Athletic.7 days
18.Jets | Robby Anderson finished with Gang Green? (thehuddle) New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is 'highly unlikely' to return to the team in 2020, according to Connor Hughes of The Athletic. Analysis: Even if Anderson lands in a high-powered passing attack, he is unlikely to be more than a deep threat for the offense and a boom-or-bust flex option for fantasy owners.7 days
19.'Seems highly unlikely' Jets re-sign And... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Connor Hughes believes it "seems highly unlikely" the Jets re-sign impending free agent Robby Anderson. Analysis: League sources tell Hughes that Anderson is expected to receive $13-15 million per year on a multi-year pact, while the Jets would prefer to sign him for closer to $10 million annually. Anderson has already said he won't be giving the Jets a "hometown" discount. The soon-to-be 27-year-old (in May) is a top-three free-agent wideout, along with Amari Cooper and A.J. Green.7 days