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1.Dynasty | Greg Olsen joins Seahawks (Dynasty League Football) Tight end Greg Olsen is joining the Seahawks on a one-year deal Analysis: It's a good signing for the Seahawks but it puts a dagger in the hearts of Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister owners, though Hollister is a restricted free agent and may not return to the team. The signing gives Olsen the best shot of seeing a deep playoff run in what will likely be his last year as a professional. In 2019, Olsen played 14 games and amassed a 52/82/2 line, though the Panthers struggled with quarterback consistency throughout the year. Olsen, soon to be... (More)8 hours
2.Greg Olsen: Inks deal with Seahawks (RotoWire) Olsen signed a one-year, $7 million contract that has $5.5 million guaranteed with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Olsen was also talking with Buffalo and Washington, but he ultimately chose to head west with an opportunity to catch passes from future Hall of Fame quarterback Russell Wilson. The tight end will be 35 years old in March, and he's coming off a modest season where he caught 52 passes for 597 yards and two touchdowns with a mix of inexperienced signal-callers under center. It looks like Olsen has something left in the tank, though, and Wilson will be a major boost to his fantasy value. He... (More)20 hours
3.'Hawks land Greg Olsen with 1-year, $7M ... (Rotoworld) Seahawks signed TE Greg Olsen, formerly of the Panthers, to a one-year, $7 million contract. Analysis: Per Profootballtalk's Mike Florio, the deal includes $5.5 million guaranteed. That's on the higher end of what we were expecting. It's no wonder Olsen was willing to stay out of the T.V. booth for at least one more year. One month shy of his 35th birthday, Olsen finally kicked his years-long struggle with foot issues last season to post a 52/597/2 line, averaging a solid 11.5 yards per catch. He did so playing with backup quarterbacks in Carolina. The Seahawks have made tight end target... (More)21 hours
4.Greg Olsen inks one-year deal with the Seahawks (FantasyPros) Greg Olsen signed a one-year, $7 million contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday. The deal has $5.5 million guaranteed. Analysis: After visiting Buffalo, Washington and Seattle this off-season, Olsen ultimately lands a one-year deal with the Seahawks. The 35-year old tight end caught 52 catches for 527 yards and two touchdowns across 14 games for the Panthers last season. Olsen will be Seattle's number one tight end, and should see a boost in fantasy value catching passes from Russell Wilson in a fantasy friendly tight end offense.21 hours
5.Greg Olsen joining the Seahawks, one-year deal (FFToday) Former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen has agreed to terms on a deal with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Tuesday. Terms weren't released, but a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter the deal is for one year and worth $7 million, with $5.5 million in guaranteed money. Analysis: Olsen also took visits with Buffalo and Washington before choosing the Seahawks. It's a decent landing spot for Olsen's fantasy value but he's more of a high-end TE2 than a TE1. Jacob Hollister and Will Dissly (ACL) will begin the season in backup roles.21 hours
6.Seahawks | Greg Olsen signing with Seattle (thehuddle) Free-agent TE Greg Olsen (Panthers) is signing a one-year, $7 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks, according to a source. The deal includes $5.5 million in guaranteed money. Analysis: Olsen turns 35 in March and has a history of injuries in recent seasons, which makes him a risky option in any fantasy setting. The addition helps QB Russell Wilson the most and hurts TE Will Dissly (Achilles), whose outlook already was questionable after consecutive seasons ending due to major injuries. Olsen is a fringe starter in 12-team fantasy leagues but has limited upside, substantial risk, and figures to be inconsistent given all of Sea... (More)23 hours
7.NFL | Greg Olsen still talking with three teams (thehuddle) Free-agent TE Greg Olsen (Panthers) is having contract negotiations with the Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks, according to a source. Olsen met with all three teams over the last two weeks. Analysis: Olsen has not officially said if he will play in 2020, but it appears he likely will play at least one more season. He likely would be the starter for all three teams and has a chance to be a low-end No. 1 tight end in deeper fantasy leagues. 5 days
8.Greg Olsen: Talking contract with three teams (RotoWire) Olsen is in contract negotiations with Buffalo, Washington and Seattle, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: A previous report suggested Olsen could make his decision Friday, choosing between the three aforementioned teams or the start of a new career in broadcasting. The tight end was released by the Panthers at the beginning of February and will celebrate his 35th birthday March 11.5 days
9.Greg Olsen negotiating with BUF, WAS and... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent Greg Olsen has completed his visits and has entered negotiations with the Bills, Redskins and Seahawks. Analysis: Olsen has wrapped up his free-agent visits and will soon decide on a new team. The 34-year-old (he'll turn 35 next month) will have a broadcast gig waiting for him when he decides to hang up his cleats, though the three-time Pro Bowler appears poised to play a 14th season. Olsen logged three consecutive 1,000-yard campaigns from 2014-16 but has struggled to stay on the field in recent years, appearing in just 30 of 48 possible games the... (More)5 days
10.Greg Olsen: Could decide Friday (RotoWire) Olsen could make a decision Friday between continuing his NFL career or switching to broadcasting work, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Analysis: Olsen recently visited Buffalo, Washington and Seattle, and he also has an open offer from at least one television network. The tight end, who will turn 35 in March, seemingly intends to sign a new contract before the start of the new league year if he does indeed continue his football career.5 days