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1.Tavon Young: Declared healthy (RotoWire) Young (neck) is now healthy, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official website reports. Analysis: The 2016 fourth-round pick signed a three-year, $25.8 million extension last offseason, expecting to serve as Baltimore's nickelback long term. He then suffered a season-ending neck injury during training camp, but he should be back for Week 1 of 2020 to guard the slot. Young's return should allow Marlon Humphrey to take the vast majority of his snaps outside, teaming up with Young and Marcus Peters to give Baltimore one of the top cornerback groups in the league. The team also retained Jimmy Smith, who has 83 career starts to his name but hasn'... (More)4 hours
2.Chiefs | Patrick Mahomes made big throws in 2019 (thehuddle) Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes completed 15 passes of at least 40 yards during the 2019 season, which ranked second among quarterbacks. Analysis: Mahomes was one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL last season and will be one of the first quarterbacks selected in fantasy drafts this season. He is a must-start fantasy option no matter the opponent. 4 hours
3.Cowboys | Dak Prescott hit several long passes (thehuddle) Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott completed 16 passes of at least 40 yards during the 2019 season, which led the league in the category. Analysis: Prescott is still waiting for a long-term contract but will be the starting quarterback for at least the 2020 season. He will have one of the top receiving corps to work with this upcoming season and should be considered a No. 1 quarterback in all fantasy leagues. 5 hours
4.Tavon Young (neck) deemed 'ready to go' (FantasyPros) Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale says CB Tavon Young (neck) is "ready to go." Analysis: "He says he's healthy. Tavon is ready to go, and if he tells me he's ready to go, I believe in him 100 percent" Martindale said. Young missed the entire 2019 season following neck surgery but should help boost Baltimore's secondary this year.5 hours
5.Titans | A.J. Brown a big-play WR in 2019 (thehuddle) Tennessee Titans WR A.J. Brown recorded six receptions of at least 50 yards in 2019. No other receiver in the NFL had more than four receptions of at least 50 yards. Analysis: Brown earned the No. 1 receiver job last season and will be the focal point in the passing game for the Titans. He should be at least a No. 2 fantasy receiver in leagues and will be a weekly starting option.5 hours
6.Anthony Johnson: Practice squad candidate (RotoWire) Johnson appears to be a strong candidate for the practice squad, Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Analysis: Projected as a high draft pick after a productive career at the University of Buffalo, Johnson went undrafted in 2019. He signed as a free agent with the Buccaneers and spent most of his rookie season on the Chargers' practice squad. He has the tools to make Pittsburgh's practice squad -- if not the 53-man roster -- but questions linger as to why he was not drafted and has been cut twice.5 hours
7.Deebo Samuel: Looking at 10-12 week timeline (RotoWire) Samuel (foot) suffered a "classic Jones fracture," which should put his recovery/rehab timeline around 10-to-12 weeks, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Initial reports suggested anything between eight and 16 weeks would be a reasonable expectation. This post-surgery update hints at a narrower window, though it's not something we can project with a high degree of confidence. Given the risk of future complications, the Niners could decide to hold Samuel out of games even if he technically gets medical clearance for Week 1. The 24-year-old wideout had surgery June 18, so he's already two weeks into the timeline estimate.6 hours
8.Kendrick Bourne: Hoping for extension (RotoWire) Bourne and the 49ers have discussed a contract extension, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Bourne is signed to a second-round restricted free agent tender for 2020, scheduled to pay him $3.26 million. The 2017 UDFA has never been much of a fantasy asset, but he did solid work for the Niners as a No. 3 receiver the past two seasons, averaging 7.7 yards on 110 targets while primarily operating from the slot. Bourne could see an uptick in usage early this season if Deebo Samuel is slow to recover from June foot surgery.6 hours
9.49ers | Extension coming for Raheem Mostert? (thehuddle) San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert has had contract extension talks with the 49ers this offseason, but it is not known how much progress they have made during the talks, according to The Athletic's Matt Barrows. Analysis: Mostert had a breakout season in 2019 and will continue to have a significant role in the offense this upcoming season. He has a chance to be at least a No. 3 running back in fantasy leagues and can be a flex option in most leagues. 6 hours
10.Cam Newton: Gets only $550k guaranteed (RotoWire) Newton's one-year contract with the Patriots includes only $550,000 guaranteed, with a $1.05 million base salary, $700,000 in per-game roster bonuses and $5.75 million in incentives, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The base value is essentially No. 3 QB money, while the max value is in high-end backup range. These contract details support recent reports suggesting Newton will need to earn the starting job, though he should have good odds in a competition with 2019 fourth-round pick Jarrett Stidham and 34-year-old journeyman Brian Hoyer. Newton was medically cleared in late March after struggling with foot and shoulder ... (More)6 hours
11.Keke Coutee likely fighting for a roster spot come training camp (FantasyPros) According to Aaron Reiss of The Athletic, Texans WR Keke Coutee could be on the outside looking in as Houston solidifies it's 53-man roster. Analysis: The Texans only ran a total of two plays out of four and five-receiver sets last season. It's unlikely they'll begin doing so this season, and that leaves Coutee is the possible odd man out in Houston. Randall Cobb will operate in the slot, with Brandin Cooks and Will Fuller taking the outside positions. Kenny Stills should be utilized as well and moved throughout the formation. Coutee has shown flashes of talent in t... (More)6 hours
12.Cam Newton only receiving $550K guaranteed, but could earn up to $7.5M (FantasyPros) Cam Newton's one-year deal with the Patriots will pay him a base salary of $1.05M, with just $550K guaranteed. Analysis: It's a low-risk, very high reward contract for New England, while a "prove-it" contract for Newton. He'll have the ability to earn up to $700K in per-game roster bonuses as well as an additional $5.75M in performance incentives, but the Patriots are only guaranteeing Newton $550K this season. If Newton can prove himself as a starting quarterback this season after battling foot and shoulder injuries the past couple years, he's likely to be in for a... (More)7 hours
13.Ravens | Tavon Young ready (thehuddle) Baltimore Ravens DB Tavon Young (neck) is ready to go. 'He looks healthy on the computer,' defensive coordinator Don 'Wink' Martindale said last week, via the team's official website. 'He says he's healthy. He's ready to go. Tavon is ready to go, and if he tells me he's ready to go, I believe in him 100 percent. And he'll be ready to go, so I'm excited about that.' 9 hours
14.Patriots | More on Cam Newton's deal (thehuddle) Updating previous reports, New England Patriots QB Cam Newton's deal guarantees him $550,000 with a $1.05 million base salary. He can earn $700,000 in per-game roster bonuses and another $5.75 million in incentives. He can earn a maximum of $7.5 million. Analysis: Newton signed a dream deal for the Patriots, and he can still be franchise tagged next year. He's in probably the best spot he could have landed in to rejuvenate his fantasy stock as well. He'll be an upper-to-midrange QB2 in fantasy with upside. 9 hours
15.George Kittle extension could be worth $13 million annually? (FantasyPros) George Kittle's extension reportedly could be worth up to $13 million per season. Analysis: Kittle and the 49ers continue to work out a long-term deal and the contract would be worth around $13 million a year. This would be make him the highest paid TE in the NFL. It was reported that both sides were "far apart" on a contract extension. Kittle is entering the final year of his rookie deal and is looking to secure a long-term contract. The 26-year-old is surefire TE1 and is currently second among all tight ends in the latest expert consensus rankings.10 hours
16.Trent Taylor to finish third on 49ers in receptions? (FantasyPros) Matt Barrow of The Athletic believes Trent Taylor is the favorite to finish third on the 49ers in receptions this season. Analysis: This would place him behind George Kittle and Deebo Samuel (if healthy). Taylor had a Jones fracture in his foot last season and wound up missing the entire year. San Francisco is reportedly expecting "big things" from the 26-year-old in 2020. The slot receiver has 69 career catches in 29 games.11 hours
17.Deebo Samuel (foot) dealing with a 'classic' Jones fracture (FantasyPros) Matt Barrow of The Athletic reports Deebo Samuel (foot) is dealing with a "classic" Jones fracture. Analysis: Samuel was initially given a 12-16 week timetable to return but Barrow reports it could be more like 10-12 weeks. The sooner Samuel can get back, the better, as it would give him a chance to avoid the reserve/PUP list when the season begins. Fantasy players should continue to keep Samuel lowered in their rankings until his health situation becomes clearer.11 hours
18.Le'Veon Bell 'training like a mad man' during the offseason (FantasyPros) RB Le'Veon Bell is "training like a mad man this offseason (evident by his Instagram stories) to get back to the guy he once was," per Connor Hughes of the Athletic. Analysis: Bell has been ramping up his training this offseason and looking to rebound after a career-worst 2019 campaign. The Jets are reportedly looking to deal Bell once the team is out of the playoff race. "The team trading for Bell is on the hook for however many games they get Bell for, not before they acquire him," Hughes added. "The only dead charge on Bell's contract is the $4 million left from ... (More)11 hours
19.Kendrick Bourne and 49ers have had discussions on a contract extension (FantasyPros) Matt Barrows of The Athletic is reporting that the 49ers have had discussions with WR Kendrick Bourne regarding a contract extension. Analysis: Bourne signed his second-round tender with San Francisco to the tune of one-year, $3.259M earlier this offseason. He's been a consummate red zone target for Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers over the past two seasons, catching a TD pass every eight receptions. With Deebo Samuel set to miss some time due to a foot injury, Bourne by default becomes one of the leaders in the wide receiver room. He's already taken rookie WR Brandon ... (More)18 hours
20.Demaryius Thomas still in talks with the Jets (FantasyPros) According to sources, the New York Jets are still in talks with free agent WR Demaryius Thomas. Analysis: The 32-year played 11 games for the Jets in 2019, catching 36 balls for 433 yards and one touchdown. Thomas hasn't had a truly productive season in the NFL since 2017, his second to last year with the Broncos, when he caught 83 passes for 949 yards and five touchdowns. He sits just 237 yards away from 10,000 yards in his career, and he could certainly hit that mark with one more season in the league. If he joins the Jets, he'd likely be the fourth-option in a rel... (More)19 hours
21.Antonio Brown working out with Russell Wilson (FantasyPros) Antonio Brown posted a picture on his Instagram of him working out with Russell Wilson. Analysis: Brown included the caption, "Who would like to see this on Sundays?" The 31-year-old has been linked to Seattle in recent weeks and perhaps this is an indication that a deal could be in the works. Then again, we've already had countless rumors of Brown's potential landing spot this offseason, and so far none have come to fruition. The All-World receiver will likely be given handed a 4-8 week suspension if/when he signs, but he remains a worthwhile selection in the late r... (More)19 hours
22.Duke Williams and Robert Foster not expected to make Bills' roster (FantasyPros) Bills' wide receivers Duke Williams and Robert Foster "are going to have a difficult time" making the team's roster. Analysis: The Bills acquired Stefon Diggs and selected wideouts Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins In the 2020 NFL draft. The Bills have John Brown, Cole Beasley, Davis, Hodgins and special teams standout Andre Roberts on the depth chart. With the Bills loaded at WR, it remains to be seen if Williams and Foster make the cut. Both wideouts will have a "difficult time making the team without any injuries." Williams and Foster should draw plenty of interes... (More)20 hours
23.Bills | More chances for John Brown? (thehuddle) Buffalo Bills WR John Brown's production will be helped and not hurt by the addition of WR Stefon Diggs, according to QB Josh Allen. 'I think this is going to give him an opportunity to have more chances to catch the ball,' Allen said. 'Man-to-man, he's extremely tough to cover.' Analysis: While the addition of Diggs is going to cut into his targets, less attention from opposing defenses could mean more big-play opportunities for Brown. Still, he will likely drop from the WR2 ranks to more of a boom-or-bust WR3.23 hours
24.Jordan Love: Gets guaranteed rookie deal (RotoWire) Love agreed Wednesday with the Packers on a fully guaranteed, four-year rookie contract, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Analysis: According to Garafolo, Love is the first 26th overall selection in the current version of the rookie contract system to receive a full guarantee, demonstrating the team's confidence in the Utah State product. A controversial pick by Green Bay due to the presence of veteran signal-caller Aaron Rodgers, Love no doubt will be relegated to clipboard duties for at least the next couple of seasons as he learns the ropes. In the long run, though, Love figures to be the successor to Rodgers. Love is coming ... (More)1 day
25.AJ Dillon: Inks rookie deal (RotoWire) Dillon announced Wednesday via his personal Twitter account that he signed his four-year rookie contract with the Packers. Analysis: The earliest running back picked by Green Bay since 2013 (Eddie Lacy, 61st overall), Dillon was a curious selection at No. 62 in this April's draft, considering the backfield already is populated by Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams. The rookie out of Boston College may be viewed as a potential successor for Jones, who could become a free agent after the 2020 season and may be seeking a big payday after tying for the league lead with 19 touchdowns in 2019. Dillon himself brings a different dimension to th... (More)1 day
26.Dynasty | Aaron Jones under pressure (Dynasty League Football) Packers running back Aaron Jones was listed as one of the players most under pressure in 2020. Analysis: Jones will be a free agent in 2021 and the team has given every indication it plans to get younger at the skill positions on offense. Jones remains in the prime of his career and while he's best suited as a dynamic upside third-down back, he's also shown the ability to pound it between the tackles when needed, though that didn't stop the Packers from adding the the mammoth-size back A.J. Dillon in the second round of the 2020 ... (More)1 day
27.Dynasty | TY Hilton under pressure (Dynasty League Football) Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton was listed as one of the players most under pressure in 2020. Analysis: The diminutive (5'10/183) receiver continues to struggle with injury and, now 30, has been dropping quickly in DLF's receiver rankings (WR44). HIlton's ADP (89) remains at a career low as questions remain regarding the veterans ability to remain healthy and his role in the offense with new quarterback Philip Rivers under center. Hilton hasn't played a full season since 2017 and has only one campaign (2018) over 1,000 yards ove... (More)1 day
28.Dynasty | Jimmy Garoppolo under pressure (Dynasty League Football) 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was listed as one of the players most under pressure in 2020. Analysis: DLF's QB19 is consistent but pedestrian. Is it the player or is it the offensive system? It's a fair question and Garoppolo did post a career best 3,979 yards, 27 touchdowns to only 13 interceptions in 2019, not bad for a primarily run-based offense. San Francisco has yet to assemble a consistent receiver corps. and 2020 looks to be another year of change as Emmanuel Sanders departed for New Orleans, 2019 rookie Deebo Samuel may m... (More)1 day
29.Dynasty | Leonard Fournette under pressure (Dynasty League Football) Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette was listed as one of the players most under pressure in 2020. Analysis: The Jaguars declined Fournette's fifth-year option and all indications are he will be in another uniform in 2021. He did rush for 1,152 yards last year while adding 76 receptions but only scored three touchdowns, ultimately leading to a drop to a career low ADP (40) in May of this year. DLF's RB18 has little competition for carries but won't factor in the passing game to the same level as 2019 following the team's s... (More)1 day
30.Jordan Love officially signs rookie contract with the Packers (FantasyPros) First-round draft choice QB Jordan Love out of Utah State has officially signed his rookie deal with the Green Bay Packers. Analysis: Love receives a fully guaranteed four-year, $12.4M contract with a signing bonus of approximately $6.6M. It's the first time under the current rookie contract system that the 26th overall pick received a fully guaranteed contract. There were mixed emotions from Packers players and fans alike when Green Bay used their first-round pick on a quarterback. Aaron Rodgers still has a lot left in the tank, and hasn't discussed any sort of ret... (More)1 day
31.Dynasty | J. Smith-Schuster under pressure (Dynasty League Football) Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was listed as one of the players most under pressure in 2020 Analysis: Smith-Schuster hasn't shown the ability to be a WR1 since the departure of Antonio Brown but he's also suffered from both injury and quarterback issues during that time. 2020 is a new year, JSS is healthy and Ben Roethlisberger will be back under center, healthy himself. Add in the fact that Smith-Schuster is in a contract year and it's easy to place DLF's WR7 clearly on the hot-seat for 2020.1 day
32.Steelers | JuJu Smith-Schuster may be used in slot more (thehuddle) Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster may be lined up in the slot more often this upcoming season because of the addition of WR Chase Claypool, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Brooke Pryor. Analysis: Smith-Schuster had a disappointing 2019 season because of injuries and playing with backup quarterbacks. He should have more success with Ben Roethlisberger healthy and would have better matchups if he lines up as a slot receiver. He has a chance to be a No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues. 1 day
33.Shaquil Barrett will sign franchise tag if no long-term deal can be reached (FantasyPros) LB Shaquil Barrett said he'll sign his franchise tender with the Buccaneers if a long-term deal can't be reached. Analysis: Barrett said "he will most definitely be here" and plans on signing his franchise tender with the Buccaneers. Both sides have until July 15th to work out a long-term extension. Barrett was defensive force in 2019, he racked up 58 tackles, 19.5 sacks, one interception and six forced fumbles across 16 games. The 27-year-old is currently 31st among all linebackers in the latest expert consensus rankings.1 day
34.Chris Herndon: Likely regaining starting job (RotoWire) Herndon is projected to serve as the Jets' starting tight end, Sheil Kapadia of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Injuries and a suspension limited Herndon to one game and 18 snaps last year, while Ryan Griffin put up a 34-320-5 receiving line and signed a three-year extension before suffering a season-ending ankle injury. The two players may end up battling for playing time, but Herndon's youth and athleticism should give him the advantage if he doesn't fall flat on his face during training camp. The 24-year-old put up 502 yards as a rookie in 2018, despite averaging only 39.1 snaps per game. A three-down role in 2020 could lead to a ... (More)1 day
35.Devin Singletary could get more looks in the passing game? (FantasyPros) Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic writes that he believes Devin Singletary could become more involved in the passing game this year. Analysis: Singletary saw just 41 targets in his rookie season, turning them into 29 catches for 194 yards and two scores. Part of what makes it tough to project an increase in targets for the second-year back is that Josh Allen is so prone to take off scrambling when pressure ensues, whereas a more traditional pocket passer might be inclined to check down to his RB. It would ultimately be a surprise if Singletary saw work as a three-down b... (More)1 day
36.Chiefs | Mecole Hardman a deep threat last season (thehuddle) Kansas City Chiefs WR Mecole Hardman posted five touchdowns of at least 25 yards last season, which was tied for most in the NFL. Analysis: Hardman will not be a starter for the Chiefs this upcoming season but will see a solid amount of targets because of his big play ability. He is part of one of the top offenses in the NFL and could be a late round option in fantasy leagues. 1 day
37.Chris Jones: 'I won't play' without a long-term deal (FantasyPros) DL Chris Jones said "I won't play" if he and Chiefs can't agree on a long-term extension. Analysis: Jones received the franchise tag from the Chiefs and will look to work with the team towards a long-term deal. He is seeking around $20 million annually. "There has been no new traction at all" towards a new contract, and Jones "won't play" without it. Both sides have until July 15th to work out a deal. Jones has been a defensive force for the Chiefs, racking up 24.5 sacks the last two seasons. The 25-year-old is currently 16th among all DL in the latest expert cons... (More)1 day
38.Lions | Kenny Golladay made big plays in 2019 (thehuddle) Detroit Lions WR Kenny Golladay posted five touchdowns of at least 25 yards last season, which was tied for most in the NFL. Analysis: Golladay has taken over the No. 1 receiver job for the Lions and will be the focal point in the passing game. He should be a No. 1 or No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues and will be a weekly starting option.1 day
39.Yannick Ngakoue still wants to be traded, unlikely to sign franchise tag (FantasyPros) Jaguars DE Yannick Ngakoue has no plans to sign his franchise tag by the July 15 deadline and still desires to be traded. Analysis: Sources tell ESPN's Jeremy Fowler that nothing has changed on the Ngakoue front from months ago, when he publicly announced his desire to be traded to another team. This is a situation worth monitoring as Ngakoue is one of the best pass-rushers in the league. He is likely to hold out for a deal rather than sign and play for the Jaguars under the franchise tag in 2020.1 day
40.A.J. Dillon officially signs rookie deal with the Packers (FantasyPros) Packers 2nd-round draft pick RB A.J. Dillon has officially signed his four-year rookie contract with Green Bay. Analysis: Dillon is likely to take a back seat to incumbent starter Aaron Jones in 2020, and instead will compete with Jamaal Williams for touches. With Jones in a contract season, Dillon looks to be next in line as the Packers starting RB in 2021, but this season should still be a lot of Aaron Jones. That being said, if you're going to draft Jones as your RB1 this season, it would behoove you to secure the Packers running game by also taking Dillon in the later rounds as a handcuff.1 day
41.Lions | DC likes depth at defensive tackle (thehuddle) Detroit Lions DTs Danny Shelton, Nick Williams, Da'Shawn Hand, John Atkins, Kevin Strong and Olive Sagapolu are joined by rookies John Penisini and Jashon Cornell at the interior of the Lions' defensive line in 2020. Defensive coordinator Cory Undlin likes the overall talent of the group. 'We have a really nice depth chart there at that position and we'll just kind of mix and match,' Undlin said. 'We'll watch (Shelton and Williams) work and find out where they're most comfortable, what the best combination is and then we'll settle on that once we get closer to the start of the season.'1 day
42.Cam Newton: Not promised anything (RotoWire) The Patriots haven't promised Newton a starting job, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Newton may not have gotten any guarantees, but he'll be the favorite to emerge from a competition with 2019 fourth-round pick Jarrett Stidham and 34-year-old journeyman Brian Hoyer. The 2015 NFL MVP signed a one-year contact worth up to $7.5 million, hoping to repair his value after shoulder and foot injuries contributed to 16 missed games and uneven performance the past two seasons. Newton probably won't have great pass-catching weapons in New England, but he has a couple reliable possession targets in James White and Julian Edelman, no... (More)1 day
43.Patriots | Cam Newton could be tagged for 2021 (thehuddle) New England Patriots QB Cam Newton could be hit with the franchise tag following the 2020 season, as there's no provision in his one-year contract preventing the Patriots from doing so, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports was told.1 day
44.Ravens | Lamar Jackson focused on silencing critics (thehuddle) Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has his mind set on winning a playoff game in an effort to silence remaining critics following his MVP 2019 campaign. 'I need to win a playoff game before anything because I'm tired of that already,' Jackson said. 'Once I get tired of something, I have to make it happen. So, that's my goal right now; focus on being a better player all around. Not just a (better) player, but teammate as well.'1 day
45.Patriots | Rival expects Pats to keep three QBs (thehuddle) An unnamed AFC East head coach told Dianna Russini of ESPN he expects the New England Patriots to keep three quarterbacks for the 2020 season and 'use Cam Newton perhaps as the wild card.' The coach said he doesn't expect Newton to start Week 1 in the offense and knows 'for a fact the Patriots love Jarrett Stidham.'1 day
46.Cam Newton not guaranteed Patriots starting QB job? (FantasyPros) Cam Newton reportedly is not guaranteed the Patriots' starting QB job, per Jeff Howe of Athletic. Analysis: Newton signed a one-year, $7.5 million contract with the Patriots on Sunday and is the heavy favorite to be New England's starting QB for the 2020 season. He will join Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham on the QB depth chart. "Newton wasn't guaranteed the Patriots' starting job," per Howe. "The best quarterback in camp will take over Tom Brady's perch." It was also reported that Newton's signing had "nothing to do with Stidham's performance." As long he's healthy... (More)1 day
47.Broncos | Justin Simmons expected to stay (thehuddle) Denver Broncos FS Justin Simmons is expected to sign his franchise tender if a long-term deal isn't reached, in the opinion of beat writer Ryan O'Halloran. Analysis: Simmons was 10th in fantasy points among DBs last season, and he figures to be motivated for a new deal in 2020. Keep an eye on him as a low-end DB1 with some upside.1 day
48.NFL | Bill Cowher had virus (thehuddle) Legendary Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher said he and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 in April and have since recovered. 1 day
49.Leonard Williams unlikely to sign long-term extension prior to July 15 (FantasyPros) According to Giants insider Ralph Vacchiano, DE Leonard Williams is unlikely to receive a long-term extension prior to July 15. Analysis: In that case, Williams will play the 2020 season on the franchise tag, costing the Giants approximately $16.1M. If they were to work out a long-term deal they could surely spread out his cap hit, making it lower this year, but that's unlikely to happen according to Vacchiano. Williams is looking to be paid top dollar to the tune of $18-20M, but it doesn't seem like the Giants are willing to get to a number that high. And with the ... (More)1 day
50.Krishawn Hogan: In competition for roster spot (RotoWire) Hogan (hamstring) will compete for a roster spot as a depth wide receiver for the Saints in training camp, John Singler of The Lafayette Daily Advertiser reports. Analysis: It's not new territory for Hogan as he's appeared in only 10 games over the past three seasons and has spent much of his time on practice squads. The 25-year-old played 87 offensive snaps over eight games for New Orleans last season but went down with a hamstring injury in late December. Hogan's primary competition will included Austin Carr and Lil'Jordan Humphrey.1 day
51.Jabrill Peppers: Hopeful for breakout (RotoWire) Peppers (back) is healthy and looking to breakout in 2020, John Schmeelk of the Giants' official website reports. Analysis: Peppers appears to be fully recovered from a traverse process fracture in his back, which kept him out of the final five games of last season. Prior to the injury, he nearly set a career high in tackles (76) and pass breakups (five). The 24-year-old is entering his fourth season, and has already had his fifth-year option picked up for 20201.1 day
52.Garrett Griffin: Tough path to roster spot (RotoWire) Griffin (undisclosed) may have a tough time cracking the Saints' season-opening roster, Larry Holder of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Jared Cook remains the starter and Josh Hill hasn't missed a game since 2016, and New Orleans also added Adam Trautman in the third-round of April's draft. Griffin spent last season on injured reserve and hasn't seen game action since 2017.1 day
53.Marcus Davenport: Aiming for big 2020 (RotoWire) Defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen said Davenport (foot) is expected to make big strides entering his third season. Analysis: The 2018 first-round pick has been solid but not outstanding through his first two seasons, recording 53 total tackles, 10.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in 26 games. Davenport underwent foot surgery in mid-December after suffering a Lisfranc injury, but there's been no apparent setbacks in his rehab program.1 day
54.Giants | Market still cold on Markus Golden (thehuddle) Unrestricted free-agent LB Markus Golden (Giants) has until July 22 - or the first day of NFL training camp, whichever is later - to find a new team or else his only option will be to sign a one-year, $4.125 million deal - the amount of the unrestricted free-agent tender the New York Giants placed on him on May 5 - with the Giants. According to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, such a scenario appears likely as there has been 'no indication' other teams are pursuing him.1 day
55.Austin Carr: Competing for roster spot (RotoWire) Carr (ankle) will be competing for a roster spot as a depth wideout in training camp, Larry Holder of The Athletic reports. Analysis: The 26-year-old caught one pass for nine yards in six games last season, and he went down with an ankle injury in November and subsequently required surgery. Carr has appeared in 21 games with New Orleans over the past three seasons, and he'll be in competition with Krishawn Logan, Lil'Jordan Humphrey and Emmanuel Butler, among others, to round out the team's receiving corps in 2020.1 day
56.Dolphins | Davon Godchaux quick to the ball (thehuddle) Miami Dolphins DL Davon Godchaux registered 33 of his career-high 75 tackles within two yards of the line of scrimmage in 2019 - the most such stops by an interior defender last season.1 day
57.Jadeveon Clowney still expects to sign before the season starts (FantasyPros) Free agent DE Jadeveon Clowney told Josina Anderson on Tuesday that he hasn't narrowed down his final list of teams, but that he expects to sign by the start of the season. Analysis: Also according to Anderson, Clowney still believes the market is intact for his services as one of the league's top pass-rushers. He was rumored to be seeking $18-20M in free agency, but he has yet to sign and the clock is ticking on getting a deal done prior to training camp opening up at the end of July. Teams that have reportedly shown interest in the All-Pro so far have been Clevela... (More)2 days
58.Browns | Odell Beckham Jr. stresses commitment to Cleveland (thehuddle) Cleveland Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. stressed on Twitter Monday, June 29, he's committed to playing for the Browns for at least the upcoming 2020 season. 'U can find me in The LAND homie! We got unfinished business,' Beckham wrote in a reply to Los Angeles Dodgers P Alex Wood who wrote '@obj to the Patriots before the season is done. BANK IT!'2 days
59.Antonio Brown doesn't have a potential suitor in Tampa Bay (FantasyPros) Per sources, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not interested in signing Antonio Brown. Analysis: This contradicts the report earlier on Tuesday from Michael Lombardi that something was potentially in the works between Tampa Bay and Brown. Either way, it looks like enough teams may have interest in AB enough to give him a look ahead of the 2020 season. Seattle and Baltimore were two other teams rumored to have interest in Brown, but the Baltimore rumors were quickly squashed.2 days
60.Patriots | Cam Newton not guaranteed starting job (thehuddle) New England Patriots QB Cam Newton was not guaranteed the starting job, according to a source Monday, June 29. The job will go to the best quarterback in training camp and the competition will include Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer. Analysis: Newton certainly has the highest fantasy potential of the three candidates and all other members of the offense will likely be much more valuable with Newton under center than either Stidham or Hoyer.2 days
61.Jordan Wilkins: 'not a slam dunk' to make the Colts roster (FantasyPros) RB Jordan Wilkins is "not a slam dunk" to make the Colts roster, per Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan. Analysis: Wilkins is currently fourth on the RB depth chart behind Marlon Mack, Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines. "Colts hardly ever use a 4th running back, and the skill group is now accounting for another body, with the signing of fullback Roosevelt Nix", Bowen added. If Wilkins were to make the roster, it would be due to his presence on special teams. The 25-year-old logged 51 carries for 307 yards and two touchdowns across 14 games in 2019. Wilkins is currently 92nd... (More)2 days
62.Evan Engram (foot) shown running in Instagram video (FantasyPros) Evan Engram (foot) posted a video on his personal Instagram account of him running and working on his footwork. Analysis: Engram underwent surgery on his left foot in December. He posted a video of himself running for the first time since the surgery. It is unclear at this time if Engram will be ready by training camp, but this is a step in the right direction. The Giants picked up his fifth-year option this off-season and he is expected to play a key role in New York's offense in 2020. He hauled in 44 receptions for 467 and three TDs across eight games in 2019. Eng... (More)2 days
63.NFL | Jadeveon Clowney welcoming offers (thehuddle) Free-agent LB Jadeveon Clowney (Seahawks) is 'still open' to offers and hopes to sign with a team 'before the season starts,' he told Josina Anderson.2 days
64.Colts | Jordan Wilkins not a lock for 2020 roster (thehuddle) Indianapolis Colts RB Jordan Wilkins is 'not a slam dunk' to make the team in 2020, according to Kevin Bown of 1075 The Fan. Bowen says Wilkins will need to lock down a presence on special teams to secure a spot on the 53-man roster.2 days
65.Buccaneers | Tampa Bay not interested in Antonio Brown (thehuddle) Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) is not drawing any interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to sources Tuesday, June 30.2 days
66.Antonio Brown: Could Business be Booming in Tampa Bay? (FantasyPros) According to multiple sources, the latest rumor swirling has free agent WR Antonio Brown linked to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Analysis: AB was also linked to the Seahawks and Ravens last week, but reports then came out that Baltimore hasn't had any internal discussions about the wide receiver. If the rumors are true, and AB does somehow land in Tampa Bay, they would become the team to beat in the NFC. They already have the offensive firepower, but adding Brown would make their offense unstoppable. This move would also put a cap on the ceilings of pass-catchers Mike Ev... (More)2 days
67.Giants | Evan Engram runs in video (thehuddle) New York Giants TE Evan Engram (foot) was shown running and cutting hard in a video posted to social media Monday, June 29. Analysis: Engram looked good in the first look we have seen since foot surgery in December. Engram could be one of the best tight ends in fantasy, but he's hurt a lot. He'll be an upper-middle TE1 option next season. 2 days
68.Shaquil Barrett: Not expected to hold out (RotoWire) Barrett intends on signing the franchise tag if he and the Buccaneers are unable to work out a long-term deal, Rick Stroud of TampaBay.com reports. Analysis: Barrett remains hopeful both parties can reach an agreement on a new deal but is now willing to accept the franchise tag if it comes down to it. It had previously been reported that he was uncertain about signing it. It sounds look he has come to terms with how hard a long-term deal is to work out right now given the NFL's uncertain financial future with all the uncertainty happening in the current sport's landscape. The 27-year-old recorded 55 tackles (42 solo), one interceptio... (More)2 days
69.Nasir Adderley: Looking to bounce back (RotoWire) Adderley has recovered from the hamstring injury that ended his 2019 season, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Adderley was selected by the Chargers in the second-round of the 2019 draft. He only ended up seeing action in four games before landing on injured reserve. At this point, it is is not exactly clear how the team's secondary will shape out, but the 23-year-old is considered a wildcard and could potentially play a significant role.2 days
70.Desmond King: Ready for 2020 (RotoWire) King (ankle) is healthy and ready to go for the upcoming season, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: King injured his ankle in the Chargers' season finale last season and had to exit early. It was never announced how serious the issue was, but it appears he is good to go as the upcoming season approaches. The dynamic slot cornerback and return man will join a stacked secondary in Los Angeles.2 days
71.Vikings | Loaded boxes nothing new for Dalvin Cook (thehuddle) Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook carried the ball 147 times in 2019 when there was at least eight defenders in the box - the second-most such rushing attempts in the league last season - according to Pro Football Focus.2 days
72.Eagles | Miles Sanders in rarified air (thehuddle) Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders recorded 25 touches in Week 15 and again in Week 16 last season, becoming the first Eagle to do so in back-to-back games since 2014 and the first Philadelphia rookie to do so since Steve Van Buren in 1944. Analysis: Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia suggested 25-touch games will be the exception more than the rule in 2020. Frank also mentions that Brian Westbrook - who he feels is a great comparison for Sanders - didn't go over 300 touches until his fifth season and expects the second-year back to fall short of the mark as well, in part because the team is so high on Boston Scott. Neverthe... (More)2 days
73.Evan Engram: Putting in on-field work (RotoWire) Engram (foot) posted a video on his personal Instagram account Monday of himself working on his footwork in a variety of drills, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Engram was limited to eight games in 2019 due to a left knee injury and later a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, the latter of which required surgery in mid-December. Without the benefit of on-field workouts this offseason, his recovery was reported to be on pace but wasn't entirely known until Monday's post. In April, the Giants picked up the fifth-year option on Engram's contract, keeping him in New York for the next two seasons. For his career, he's averaged ... (More)3 days
74.Johnathan Abram: Seeking Year 2 breakout (RotoWire) Abram enters his second pro season locked in as the Raiders' starting strong safety, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Analysis: The 27th overall pick in the 2019 draft suffered a season-ending rotator cuff tear Week 1 last year. A report in early February suggested he was 90 percent healthy and comfortably bench-pressing 185 pounds, so it's safe to assume Abram is back at full strength by this point. He should be locked in as a three-down player, while Damarious Randall, Erik Harris and Jeff Heath are all candidates to start at free safety. Abram looks like the best IDP choice of the group.3 days
75.Cardinals | Kyler Murray works out with teammates (thehuddle) Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray worked out with a number of his teammates Monday, June 29. WR DeAndre Hopkins, WR Christian Kirk, RB Kenyan Drake, RB Chase Edmonds and TE Maxx Williams are among the players participating in the workout. Analysis: Murray has not been able to work out with his teammates this offseason, so this workout allows him to build chemistry with Hopkins and the other offensive players. He has the chance to be part of one of the top offenses in the NFL in 2020 and should be a No. 1 fantasy quarterback. 3 days
76.Cam Newton will be the starter in New England if he's healthy (FantasyPros) Patriots QB Cam Newton has not been guaranteed the starting job, however, according to sources, if he's fully healthy, it'll be his job to lose. Analysis: Newton signed a one-year prove it deal of up to $7.5M in incentives. If he's healthy, and that's the key after shoulder and foot injuries the past couple seasons, he'll be the unquestioned starter for the Patriots. When that happens, offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will have to tailor the offense to fit the skillset of his new quarterback. This likely means more packages that involve designed quarterback runs... (More)3 days
77.Browns | Cleveland checked in on Cam Newton (thehuddle) New England Patriots QB Cam Newton received some interest from the Cleveland Browns during free agency, but the two sides did not have any serious talks. Analysis: The Browns have Baker Mayfield as their starter, so Newton may have been a backup option for the team. Mayfield will look to bounce back from his 2019 season and will be part of one of the better offenses in the NFL. He should be at least a high-end No. 2 quarterback and could be a No. 1 in some leagues. Newton likely will compete for the starting job in New England and could be a starting option in leagues. 3 days
78.Davon Hamilton agrees to terms on four-year rookie deal with Jaguars (FantasyPros) Third-round draft choice DT Davon Hamilton has agreed to his four-year rookie deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Analysis: Hamilton will be paid $4.82M over four seasons on the standard rookie deal for a third-rounder. The 6-foot-4, 320 pound interior lineman recorded six sacks his senior season for Ohio State, propelling him into the 3rd-round of the NFL Draft.3 days
79.Jordan Howard to get the goal line work? (FantasyPros) RB Jordan Howard is expected to be the top candidate for the Dolphins goal line work this season, per Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post. Analysis: Howard and Matt Breida will form a "thunder and lightning" pairing, where Howard offers power and Breida delivers speed, Schad added. The Dolphins will rely on Howard over Breida in goal line situations. Both backs are primed to have decent workloads and could provide solid fantasy value. Howard reportedly is 100 percent recovered from a shoulder stinger that sidelined him for the majority of the second half of 2019. The 2... (More)3 days
80.DeSean Jackson hitting 23 MPH in offseason workouts (FantasyPros) According to the speed coach for Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, the veteran receiver has been clocked at 23 MPH at 80% in offseason workouts. Analysis: Jackson clocked in at 21.4 MPH in the one game he played in 2019. The fastest time clocked last year was over 22 MPH, by both Tyreek Hill and Matt Breida. Jackson has been told by trainers and coaches he could come back from core muscle surgery stronger than ever. The 13-year veteran is poised for a bounce-back 2020 season. If healthy, Jackson should be able to produce WR3 numbers with the potential to finish as a WR2.3 days
81.Brian Hoyer: Joined by Newton in Foxborough (RotoWire) The Patriots have signed Cam Newton to compete with Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham for the starting quarterback job, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Hoyer would've been the underdog in a 1v1 competition with Stidham and now looks like an extreme longshot to get the Week 1 start. In fact, the 34-year-old may not even have a spot on the 53-man roster, considering he's scheduled to make only $1.05 million in 2020. Ryan Hannable of WEEI reported three months ago that Hoyer was told he'd get a chance to compete for the starting job, but it's now fair to wonder if he'll actually receive a significant number of reps with the first-team... (More)3 days
82.Jarrett Stidham: Gets competition from Cam (RotoWire) The Patriots have signed Cam Newton to compete with Stidham and Brian Hoyer for the starting quarterback job, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The 2015 NFL MVP profiles as the favorite in his competition against a 2019 fourth-round pick and a veteran journeyman, but the door could open for Stidham if Newton isn't sharp during training camp. Given that he's coming back from major foot surgery and also has a troubling history of shoulder injuries, there's no guarantee the 31-year-old Newton will look like the prime version of himself. The Patriots' patient approach to their post-Tom-Brady quarterback situation might be interpr... (More)3 days
83.Jarrett Stidham: Cam Newton signing 'nothing to do' with his performance (FantasyPros) Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports the Patriots have implied that their signing of Cam Newton has "nothing to do" with Jarrett Stidham's performance. Analysis: Stidham was viewed as the team's starting quarterback entering the summer after New England chose not to pursue Andy Dalton, Jameis Winston, or Newton (initially) following Tom Brady's departure. Mike Reiss of ESPN mentioned Sunday night that he didn't view Newton as the bonafide Week 1 starter. It is clear that the Patriots like what they have in Stidham, but at some point Newton became affordable enough to l... (More)3 days
84.Patriots | Cam Newton drew rave review (thehuddle) New England Patriots QB Cam Newton's former offensive coordinator, Norv Turner, told Patriots head coach Bill Belichick that Newton was a great fit. 'My whole deal is, when Cam was healthy, and we were there with him [in 2018], we were 6-2,' Turner said. 'His issue was more health than anything else, and from what I understand, I don't think these are health issues that he can't overcome. He's had the time off now. I think he'll be great.' Analysis: Newton would appear to be the frontrunner to be under center at the start of the season, but there is probably still a chance for Jarrett Stidham. Newton figures to all into the upper ... (More)3 days
85.Dolphins | Jordan Howard likely for goal line work (thehuddle) Miami Dolphins RB Jordan Howard is likely the top choice for carries anywhere near the goal line, according to beat writer Joe Schad. Analysis: Howard rushed 119 times for 525 yards (4.4 yards per carry) and six scores in 10 games last season for the Philadelphia Eagles. His workload figures to be comparable in a committee with Matt Breida. Howard won't offer much in PPR leagues, but he's a low-end RB3 in non-PPR formats. 3 days
86.NFL | Johnny Manziel likely done (thehuddle) Free-agent QB Johnny Manziel (Browns) admitted that his football career is likely in the past. 'In the past, probably, is the way I'd characterize it,' Manziel said, leaning forward and without a moment's hesitation. 'I've finally got to a point where I'm trying to achieve happiness in life, not happiness on the football field.' 3 days
87.Dynasty | Cam Newton signs with Patriots (Dynasty League Football) The Patriots have signed free agent quarterback Cam Newton to a one-year deal Analysis: The deal is reportedly worthy up to $7.5M and contains numerous incentives. It makes a lot of sense for both New England and Newton, both of whom have little to lose. Newton was famously ushered out of Carolina following an injury-lost 2019 and the signing of Teddy Bridgewater this past off-season while the Patriots were left high-and-dry as Tom Brady bolted for Tampa Bay. Sophomore quarterback Jarrett Stidham may be the starter but the odds of Cam being un... (More)3 days
88.New England Patriots fined $1.1 million, lose 2021 third round pick (FantasyPros) The New England Patriots were fined $1.1 million and will lose a 2021 third round pick for the filming of the Bengals' sideline. Analysis: A Patriots' staffer was seen filming the Bengals' sideline from the press box during Week 14's contest between Cleveland versus Cincinnati. New England said it was an "unintended oversight." The NFL concluded it's investigation and once again punished the team for violating the rules. The Patriots ended up being fined $1.1. million and forfeiting a 2021 third-round pick. Also included in the punishment, the Patriots production crews will not be allowed to shoot any games for the 2020 season.... (More)3 days
89.Patriots lose 3rd-round pick for filming Bengals sideline (FFToday) NFL has handed down these penalties to the Patriots for their television crew filming the Bengals-Browns game in December, sources tell @MikeReiss. - 1.1 million in club fines. - of 2021 third-round pick. - Patriots’ TV crews not allowed to shoot games during 2020 season. Analysis: Makes you wonder if the Patriots announced the Cam Newton signing today just to mitigate the bad press from this penalty. Their inability to video means the technically can't cheat in the same manner this season.3 days
90.Cam Newton inks one-year deal with the Patriots (FantasyPros) The Patriots have signed QB Cam Newton to a one-year incentive-laden deal. The contract is worth up to $7.5 million. Analysis: Newton was released by the Panthers in March and now finds a landing spot with the Patriots. He will compete with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer for the starting QB job. Newton is the favorite to enter the season as the starter and will look to rebound after an injury-plagued 2019. It was reported earlier this off-season that he passed his physical, and both his "foot and shoulder" checked out well. Newton threw for threw 572 yards across t... (More)3 days
91.Patriots sign Cam Newton, one-year deal (FFToday) Former NFL MVP Cam Newton has reached agreement on a one-year, incentive-laden deal with the New England Patriots, league sources tell @mortreport and me. Newton now will step into the mix to try to help replace former Patriots’ QB Tom Brady. Analysis: Given the inexperience at quarterback in New England, this was a likely landing spot for Newton. However, his market has been cold as ice, allowing the Patriots to sign the veteran to team-friendly deal. With the exception of 2015, Newton's passing stats have been relatively average but his rushing prowess, especially ar... (More)3 days
92.Jon'Vea Johnson: Looking to build on rookie flashes (RotoWire) Johnson (shoulder) is competing for a depth spot on the 53-man roster, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Analysis: Johnson enjoyed an impressive training camp in Dallas last season after going undrafted out of Toledo, but an ill-timed preseason shoulder injury ended his rookie campaign prematurely. If the 6-foot-0, 192-pound sophomore wideout is again able to capitalize on his offseason opportunities, he could make another case to secure a position on the 53-man roster. As a speedster who makes up for unremarkable athleticism with solid route running, showing well on special teams would further assist Johnson's chan... (More)3 days
93.Willie Harvey: Facing crowded depth chart (RotoWire) Harvey (shoulder) could be competing for a roster spot in training camp following the offseason additions of linebackers Solomon Ajayi, Jacob Phillips and B.J. Goodson, Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site reports. Analysis: Harvey will also face competition from Mack Wilson, Sione Takitaki, Montrel Meander, Jermaine Grace and Tae Davis. As an undrafted rookie in 2019, Harvey appeared in two contests (only handling snaps on special teams) before being placed on injured reserve due to a shoulder injury. In order to earn a roster spot, he could need to showcase enough versatility to be relied upon as an emergency option on defen... (More)3 days
94.Johnny Manziel says football career is 'in the past, probably' (FantasyPros) When asked recently about his football playing career, former NFL QB Johnny Manziel said, "in the past, probably, is the way I'd characterize it. I've finally got to a point where I'm trying to achieve happiness in life, not happiness on the football field." Analysis: Manziel said he also realizes a lot of people probably want to see him give the NFL another shot, but at this point, he sees himself in a better place mentally. "I can honestly say I'm happy and I'm doing the right things to try and put a smile on my face every day, and that means more to me than going... (More)3 days
95.Sherrick McManis: In competition mix (RotoWire) McManis (groin) is competing for position in Chicago's secondary at safety, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports. Analysis: McManis will compete with the likes of Deon Bush, Deandre Houston-Carson and Tashaun Gipson for the starting strong safety position. Gipson is the current leading candidate to emerge as the No. 1 option, but it's notable that McManis, a longtime special-teams standout, at least has a shot at earning increased defensive snaps.3 days
96.Patriots | New England nearing deal for Cam Newton (thehuddle) Free-agent QB Cam Newton (Panthers) reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year contract worth up to $7.5 million with New England Patriots on Sunday, June 28, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Analysis: Well now. This marriage - although not official yet - has been speculated about for a few months, so it's not surprising to see the two sides come together. There will likely be reports from Patriots' camp this summer about having Newton compete for the job with Jarrett Stidham, but he will get the nod in Week 1 if healthy. There is some low-end QB1 fantasy potential here, but his questionable durability is among the reasons he... (More)4 days
97.Saints | Michael Thomas delivers on contested catches (thehuddle) New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas has hauled in 57.4 percent of his contested catch opportunities since 2016, according to Pro Football Focus. That mark ranks third in the league over that span.4 days
98.Buccaneers | Contested catches no problem for Chris Godwin (thehuddle) Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin has hauled in 58.8 percent of his contested catch opportunities since entering the league, according to Pro Football Focus. That mark ranks second in the league since 2016.4 days
99.Bills | Stefon Diggs excels on contested catches (thehuddle) Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs has hauled in a league-high 60 percent of his contested catch opportunities since 2016, according to Pro Football Focus. 4 days
100.Dynasty | Marquise Brown primed for breakout (Dynasty League Football) According to Ravens team reporter Gartrett Downing, receiver Marquise Brown is going to have a "big-time second season." Analysis: It stands to reason as the sophomore receiver was hobbled through most of 2019 but is now fully healthy. He's reportedly added muscle and the speedster should benefit from secondaries who will need to play closer to the line of scrimmage to keep quarterback Lamar Jackson in check. Brown finished 2019 with a 46/584/7 stat line despite his constant injury state and if he's indeed healthy for 2020, ... (More)4 days

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