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1.Chiefs | Patrick Mahomes more comfortable in 2019 (thehuddle) Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes was hurried 54 times in 2019 - a significant drop from a league-high 121 times in 2018.1 day
2.Falcons | Todd Gurley's hands betrayed him in 2019 (thehuddle) Atlanta Falcons RB Todd Gurley was charged with a dropped pass on a league-high 14.3 percent of his targets in 2019 as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (12.5) and Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (11.1) were the only other qualified running backs with a drop rate of higher than nine percent.1 day
3.Jets | Le'Veon Bell got little help from line in 2019 (thehuddle) New York Jets RB Le'Veon Bell averaged 1.2 yards before contact per attempt in 2019 - tied with Benny Snell for the worst mark in the league among qualified rushers last season.1 day
4.Falcons | Todd Gurley limited after contact in 2019 (thehuddle) Atlanta Falcons RB Todd Gurley was able to break a tackle once every 10.6 carries in 2019 with the Los Angeles Rams - significantly better than his 15.1 average in 2018 - but he managed just 374 rushing yards after contact (average of 1.7) after accumulating 617 yards (2.4) after contact the previous season.5 days
5.Panthers | Teddy Bridgewater officially with Carolina (thehuddle) Free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater (Saints) officially signed with the Carolina Panthers Wednesday, March 25. Official terms of the contract were not disclosed. Analysis: Bridgewater played well for the New Orleans Saints this past season and will have a good group of receivers to work with in Carolina. He probably should be considered a No. 2 fantasy quarterback in most leagues. 5 days
6.Dynasty | Robby Anderson signs with Carolina (Dynasty League Football) The Panthers have signed receiver Robby Anderson to a two-year deal valued at $20M. Analysis: Fantasy-wise, it's no more than a lateral move as he'll still compete for receptions with D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel and Ian Thomas but Anderson likely has higher upside consistency should he function as the WR2 ahead of Samuel. Soon-to-be 27, Anderson is best served as an inconsistent WR4 but has the potential to upgrade this status with a new team and incoming quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. His past two seasons have produced an average of ... (More)6 days
7.Dynasty | Cam Newton released (Dynasty League Football) The Panthers have released quarteraback Cam Newton Analysis: It's really no surprise though the Panther's did recommit to Newton not long ago, this action representing a complete about-face. Soon-to-be 31, Newton still has another big contract in his future though may need to sign a shorter team structured contract to prove his health before landing a much larger payday in a future year. Multiple teams still have open, or less than ideal, quarterback situations to which Newton would be an immediate upgrade so he won't be a fre... (More)6 days
8.Robby Anderson: Signs on with Carolina (RotoWire) Anderson is signing a two-year, $20 million contract with the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Anderson likely is disappointed with the financial terms, perhaps suffering from a lack of interest due to the 2020 NFL Draft being loaded at his position. From an on-field standpoint he'll have plenty of competition for targets, joining D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel to give Teddy Bridgewater one of the fastest WR groups in the NFL. The agreement reunites Anderson with Panthers head coach Matt Rhule, who held the same position at Temple when the wideout played there in 2013 and 2015. It remains to be seen if Rhule, Anderson... (More)6 days
9.Cam Newton: Officially released (RotoWire) The Panthers cut Newton on Tuesday. Analysis: Unable to find a trade partner, the Panthers nonetheless will move forward with Teddy Bridgewater, Will Grier and P.J. Walker at quarterback. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Newton passed a physical examination Monday in Atlanta, with both his left foot and right shoulder checking out fine. Still, NFL suitors may want their own doctors to examine Newton, so it won't come as any surprise if he remains unsigned for a while. The shoulder has been a problem on and off for the past few years, while his foot required Lisfranc surgery in early December.6 days
10.Cam Newton: Reportedly passes physical (RotoWire) Newton (foot/shoulder) underwent a physical in Atlanta on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Per the report, Newton passed the physical -- which was coordinated by the Panthers and his agency team -- with his both his foot and shoulder "checking out well." This news follows reports that Carolina is expected to release the QB. Once that happens, Newton's passed physical should help him find a new team quicker than if there were looming questions regarding the soundness of his foot and/or shoulder.6 days
11.Robby Anderson agrees to a two-year, $20M deal with the Carolina Panthers (FantasyPros) Former Jets WR Robby Anderson is headed to Carolina on a two-year, $20M deal, with $12M in year one. Analysis: Anderson is reunited with his former college coach at Temple, Matt Rhule. Undrafted in 2016, Anderson has had four productive seasons with the Jets. He hasn't had consistent quarterback play or coaching, which has suppressed his overall fantasy ceiling in New York. He'll join forces with QB Teddy Bridgewater, WRs D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel, and RB Christian McCaffrey in Carolina this upcoming season. That's a lot of speed and firepower from the skill posi... (More)6 days
12.Cam Newton officially released by the Panthers (FantasyPros) Cam Newton was released by the Panthers on Tuesday. Analysis: As expected, Newton was officially released by the Panthers on Tuesday. It was reported that Newton passed a physical on Monday, and both his shoulder and foot checked out fine. The 31-year-old quarterback will try to prove he has something left in the tank. Newton threw for 29,041 yards with 182 touchdowns and 108 interceptions across nine seasons as a Carolina Panther. The former NFL MVP will become an unrestricted free agent and look to latch onto another team this offseason.6 days
13.Patriots | New England not interested in Cam Newton? (thehuddle) The New England Patriots don't have 'any immediate interest' in free-agent QB Cam Newton (Panthers), according to a source Tuesday, March 24. Analysis: The Patriots are one of few obvious teams remaining with an obvious need at quarterback and were widely viewed as a possible landing spot for the former MVP. QBs Jarrett Stidham, Brian Hoyer and Cody Kessler are all under contract, though none of them offer fantasy appeal. The Pats could land someone in the 2020 NFL Draft or revisit Newton later in the offseason.6 days
14.Panthers | Robby Anderson signing with Carolina (thehuddle) Free-agent WR Robby Anderson (Jets) is signing a two-year deal worth $20 million with the Carolina Panthers Tuesday, March 24, according to a source. Anderson will earn $12 million in the first year of the deal. Analysis: The signing comes in the aftermath of the Panthers releasing QB Cam Newton. Anderson, who caught 52 passes for 779 yards and five touchdowns with the Jets last season, will compete with D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel for targets in Carolina. QB Teddy Bridgewater isn't a great downfield passer and may struggle to take advantage of Anderson's skill set. The fifth-year receiver will be a WR4/5 option late in drafts.6 days
15.Panthers | Cam Newton officially released (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton was released Tuesday, March 24, costing the team only $2 million in dead money agianst the 2020 salary cap. Analysis: Newton will be able to test an extremely limited market at this point, which figures to put him into a competition wherever he lands. The New England Patriots make some sense, because Cam is the type of personality who can handle replacing someone as revered as QB Tom Brady. It also creates a crowded quarterback room, and Newton likely would need to sign at a discount. The Los Angeles Chargers are in the mix, as well. Provided he is indeed a starter for 16... (More)6 days
16.Panthers | Cam Newton passed physical (thehuddle) Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton underwent a physical Monday, March 23, in Atlanta, coordinated by the Panthers and his agency, per sources. He passed the physical and is healthy, according to a source. Newton is expected to be released as early as Tuesday, March 24. Analysis: This is a positive sign for fantasy footballers who are monitoring the situation. Passing a physical allows Carolina to release him without paying an injury settlement, but more importantly, it gives him a chance to shop his services to prospective employers during a time when medical evaluations are on hold. 6 days
17.Cam Newton: Likely to be released (RotoWire) The Panthers are expected to release Newton (foot) on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Recent reports suggested Newton would work with the Panthers to find a trade partner, but it seems they haven't had any luck in that regard. The veteran QB will soon hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent.6 days
18.Cam Newton expected to be released by the Panthers (FantasyPros) Cam Newton is expected to be released by the Panthers on Tuesday. Analysis: Newton will hit the open market once he becomes an unrestricted free agent. The Panthers were looking for a trade partner, but ultimately decided to release him. Carolina recently signed quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and PJ Walker, making Newton expendable. Newton underwent Lisfranc surgery on his left foot in the off-season, and missed the majority of 2019 due to his injury. The 31-year-old QB will look to latch onto another team.6 days
19.Cam Newton expected to be released today (FFToday) #Panthers QB Cam Newton will be released soon, possibly as soon as today, sources tell me and @TomPelissero. No trade to this point so he will be free. Analysis: The Panthers have been trying to work a trade for Newton but with no takers, release is the only option. The Chargers could be a landing spot for Newton although they've currently thrown their support behind Tyrod Taylor. Newton was bothered by a Lisfranc injury in his left foot limiting him to two games in 2019.6 days
20.Panthers | Cam Newton likely to be released (thehuddle) Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is likely to be released Tuesday, March 24. Analysis: Newton is in a bad position for fantasy terms in 2020 because most of the starting jobs are taken. He could go somewhere and compete or wait for an injury, but he should be off draft boards for now. 6 days