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1.Dynasty | Odell Beckham likely to stay (Dynasty League Football) Odell Beckham is unlikely to be traded this off-season. Analysis: Speculation and rumor seems to always follow OBJ, but this has always been the most likely scenario. This report also indicates the Browns will be holding on to Jarvis Landry and hope to re-sign Rashard Higgins as well. Beckham hasn't been the player the Browns hoped he'd be when they traded for him and last year was obviously a disappointment as Beckham tore his ACL and missed most of the season. Still, OBJ has undeniable talent and Cleveland's offense took a good... (More)6 hours
2.Dynasty | Kyle Rudolph interested in Browns and Pats (Dynasty League Football) Free agent tight end Kyle Rudolph is reportedly interested in signing with the Browns or Patriots. Analysis: The longtime Viking is searching for a new home after being released by Minnesota earlier this week. The Patriots have shown interest in him before and New England would seem to be a better fit than him signing in Cleveland to play behind Austin Hooper. Regardless, Rudolph's best days of dynasty production are clearly behind him and he remains unranked in our latest dynasty rankings. There's a chance his signing somewhere decre... (More)9 hours
3.Dynasty | Russell Wilson coveted by Chicago (Dynasty League Football) The Chicago Tribune is reporting the Bears are making acquiring quarterback Russell Wilson a priority. Analysis: The Bears are one of four teams Wilson has listed as teams he would accept a trade to, along with New Orleans, Dallas, and the Raiders. The Bears are in dire need at the position and are the only franchise in the NFL who has never had a year with a 4,000 yard passer. Wilson would obviously represent a huge upgrade over Mitchell Trubisky, but it's fair to wonder if the Bears would have enough to actually offer Seattle, especially... (More)11 hours
4.Andre Smith: Staying in Buffalo (RotoWire) Smith signed a two-year contract worth up to $3 million Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Smith was set to be a restricted free agent, but the two sides have agreed to a deal. The 23-year-old linebacker played just 47 defensive snaps over 12 games in 2020, so most of his value comes on special teams. The Bills may have to let Matt Milano go, and Smith could contribute more defensively if that's the case, at least in the short term.12 hours
5.Kyle Rudolph reportedly interested in signing with Patriots (FantasyPros) Following his release by the Vikings last week, Kyle Rudolph is now reportedly interested in joining the New England Patriots. Analysis: Rudolph would be an interesting addition to the New England tight end room. If Rudolph were to become the starting tight end for the Patriots next season he would be a very interesting weekly streaming candidate for fantasy managers.15 hours
6.Odell Beckham: Doing well with recovery (RotoWire) Beckham is "right on track" in his recovery from October knee surgery, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Analysis: The Browns haven't provided any sort of timetable when it comes to Beckham's status other than to say he's operating ahead of schedule. Perhaps more importantly, head coach Kevin Stefanski seemed to buck the notion the team could consider trading the star receiver suggesting the Browns are "in a good spot" to keep Beckham for the 2021 season. This follows numerous reports throughout the past few months detailing various ways in which the team could get out of five-year contract Beckham signed back in 2018 ... (More)16 hours
7.Buccaneers | Tom Brady close to reworked deal with Tampa Bay (thehuddle) Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady is 'getting closer' to a restructured contract with the team, according to a source Saturday, March 6. Brady said he'd 'consider' playing beyond 45 years old. Analysis: Good news for dynasty managers who don't yet need to worry about finding a replacement for the future Hall of Famer. So long as the Buccaneers are able to keep the bulk of their receiving corps intact, Brady will be a mid- to low-tier QB1 for at least one more season.17 hours
8.Russell Wilson: Bears reportedly have 'prioritized' making a run for the QB (FantasyPros) Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune is reporting that the Bears have "prioritized" making a run at Seahawks star QB Russell Wilson. Analysis: "The Bears have prioritized making a run at Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson," per Biggs. "His agent included the team on a list of four clubs Wilson would approve a trade to, although it hasn't yet reached the point where he's asked out." The Cowboys, Saints and Raiders were also on the list. Russ... (More)19 hours
9.Cameron Jordan: Agrees to restructured contract (RotoWire) Jordan agreed to restructure his contract Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Jordan was originally slated to account for $18.9 million against the cap in 2021, a figure so looming in the Saints' quest to maneuver under the salary cap that some reports suggested the star pass rusher may just be a cap causality, but the worst-case scenario never came to fruition. The 31-year-old took a dramatic fall from the double-digit sack pace he'd put together over the past three seasons, tallying just 7.5 sacks despite playing all 16 games. The veteran defensive end has never missed a game in his 10-year career and is just 5... (More)20 hours
10.Demario Davis: Contract restructured (RotoWire) The Saints restructured Davis' contract Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Considering the Saints still need to free up close to $50 million in cap space just to get under the salary cap ahead of the new NFL year, more of these moves will be on the horizon. Entering the second year of a three-year contract signed in September, the veteran linebacker will continue to be a critical part of a defense that solidified itself among the league's best during the 2020 season.20 hours
11.Ty Montgomery: Re-signs on one-year deal (RotoWire) Montgomery re-signed with the Saints on a one-year deal Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Analysis: It sounds as if the contract is more incentive-laden than anything else, but it does come with a $137,500 bonus. The veteran running back played in six games last season compiling the fewest carries (19) and rushing yards (101) since his rookie year, but almost all that production came in a meaningless Week 17 contest against the Panthers where Montgomery averaged close to six yards-per-carry.20 hours
12.Titans | A.J. Brown's production elite (thehuddle) Tennessee Titans WR A.J. Brown has eight games with at least 100 receiving yards and a touchdown since the start of the 2019 season, tying him with Green Bay Packers Davante Adams for the most in the league. Analysis: Brown finished 14th among wideouts last season with 243.5 PPR points but did miss two games, and his average of 17.4 fantasy points per contest ranked seventh. He's a rock-solid low-end WR1 entering 2021.20 hours
13.Saints | Two NO defenders have contracts restructured (thehuddle) New Orleans Saints DE Cameron Jordan and LB Demario Davis had their contracts restructured Saturday, March 6, in order to create $13,443,750 of cap space, according to a source.22 hours
14.Ty Montgomery inks one-year deal with the Saints (FantasyPros) The Saints re-signed RB/WR Ty Montgomery to a one-year deal on Saturday. Analysis: Montgomery re-signs a one-year veteran benefit contract with the Saints on Saturday. The deal includes a $137,500 signing bonus. Montgomery will most likely be third on the Saints RB depth chart behind Alvin Kamara and Latavius Murray. The hybrid RB/WR logged 19 carries for 101 rushing yards and hauled in three receptions on six targets for 27 receiving yards across six games for the Saints in 2020.23 hours
15.Saints | Ty Montgomery re-signed (thehuddle) The New Orleans Saints re-signed RB Ty Montgomery to a one-year veteran benefit contract Saturday, March 6, with a signing bonus of $137,500.1 day
16.Richie Incognito released from Raiders due to salary cap (FantasyPros) Las Vegas Raiders G Richie Incognito will be released from the organization due to salary cap maintenance, as reported by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Analysis: Incognito is fully healthy heading into his 14th season in the NFL and will look to remain in a starting role on a team in need of an offensive guard in 2021. The Raiders had one of the best offensive lines in 2020, with Incognito helping to secure the interior alongside C Rodney Hudson. There are a number of teams that need an upgrade on their offensive line, as many witnessed Super Bowl LV and the devastating results that come from starting inexperienced linemen in the... (More)1 day
17.Broncos | Tim Patrick to be tendered (thehuddle) Denver Broncos restricted free-agent WR Tim Patrick is expected to receive a tender, according to general manager George Paton, but Paton didn't reveal the round of the tender.1 day
18.Mark Nzeocha: Won't receive extension (RotoWire) The 49ers declined the 2021 contract option on Nzeocha on Friday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Analysis: Through his four seasons with the 49ers, Nzeocha posted 37 tackles (29 solo), one sack and one forced fumble. The 31-year-old will aim to compete for a role at linebacker and on special teams elsewhere for the upcoming year.1 day
19.Marcell Harris: Lands extension (RotoWire) The 49ers have signed Harris to a one-year extension. Analysis: Harris flashed enough promise during his time in San Francisco, posting 111 tackles, eight pass breakups and five forced fumbles throughout his three seasons with the team. Harris will look to build on his defensive skills in the upcoming year as he earned an extension with the 49ers.1 day
20.Ross Dwelley: Inks extension (RotoWire) Dwelley signed a one-year extension with San Francisco on Friday. Analysis: After a third and effective season with the team, Dwelley has showed enough talent to stick around in San Fran. The 26-year-old earned the No. 2 tight end role behind George Kittle, catching 19 of his 24 targets for 245 yards and a touchdown.1 day
21.Von Miller: No charges filed (RotoWire) Miller (ankle) will have no charges brought against him in regards his investigation by the Parker (Colo.) Police Department, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Miller had been subject to an investigation for unspecified allegations by the Parker Police Department since mid-January, but the District Attorney's office from 18th Judicial District has now decided not to file any charges. Broncos general manager George Paton recently announced that he wants to bring Miller back for 2021, per Aric DiLalla of the team's official site, and the veteran linebacker's legal situation now being resolved could smooth out negotiations. Mill... (More)1 day
22.Khari Blasingame signs one-year extension with Titans (FantasyPros) The Titans are in agreement on a one-year deal with fullback Khari Blasingame, who was scheduled to be an exclusive rights free agent next month. Analysis: The former Vanderbilt product has appeared in 21 games over the last two seasons, including 15 in 2020. He has yet to register a rushing attempt, but he does own eight receptions for 93 yards and four first down conversions. At 6-foot-3 and 233 pounds, Blasingame will stay in Tennessee and continue to serve as a blocker for the almighty Derrick Henry.1 day
23.Khari Blasingame: Inks deal with Titans (RotoWire) The Titans signed Blasingame to a one-year deal, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chroniclereports. Analysis: Blasingame suited up in all but one game with the Titans during the 2020 campaign. Contributing as both a blocker on offense and a special-teams asset, the fullback caught four of his five targets for 39 yards during his 2020 season and will look to build on that number in the upcoming year.1 day
24.Justin Simmons officially issued franchise tag by Broncos (FantasyPros) In a move that was widely expected, the Broncos have officially placed the franchise tag on safety Justin Simmons. Analysis: This news comes as no surprise and could merely serve as a placeholder in extension talks. As Allbright later added, "the Broncos' intent is to have Simmons playing on a long term deal." The 27-year-old Boston College product has been a force in the defensive backfield for several years, finally earning his first career Pro Bowl selection this past season. In 2020, he started 16 games, posting nine passes defended and a career-high five interc... (More)1 day
25.Tristan Vizcaino: Heading to Los Angeles (RotoWire) The Chargers signed Vizcaino on Friday. Analysis: Vizcaino has seen the field one time in his NFL career, during which he made all three of his field-goal attempts and added two extra points in the 2020 season. The kicker will aim to see more action as he is now signed with the Chargers.1 day
26.Shelby Harris: Offseason priority for GM (RotoWire) General manager George Paton considers Harris (knee) to be "a priority" for the Broncos to re-sign in free agency, Kyle Newman of the Denver Post reports. Analysis: The defensive end's contract was set to expire last March as well, but Denver found a way to retain his services by offering a one-year, $3.3 million deal. Harris, who has compiled 8.5 sacks, 17 QB hits, 16 pass deflections and 12 tackles for loss the past two seasons, would unquestionably command attention on the free-agent market. His 2020 Pro Football Focus performance grade (88.3) could foreseeably convince NFL GMs into pitching him a sizeable multi-year deal. A late-... (More)1 day
27.Justin Simmons: Receiving franchise tag (RotoWire) The Broncos will apply the franchise tag to Simmons on Friday, Benjamin Allbright of KOA Colorado reports. Analysis: Simmons, who was set to become an unrestricted free agent, will receive a franchise tag after having another impressive year with Denver. Tallying 96 tackles (77 solo) and nine pass breakups, the 27-year-old has more than proved to be a reliable safety option for the team. Simmons finds himself in unique territory for the position, becoming the first safety since Donovan Darius (2003-2005) to be tagged in consecutive seasons. George Paton assured Friday that the team intends to work out a multi-year contract with the s... (More)1 day
28.Micah Hyde signs two-year extension with Bills (FantasyPros) Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Bills have signed Micah Hyde to a two-year extension. Analysis: Hyde played well for the Bills last season and was rewarded with a two-year extension. He appeared in 15 games and had 48 solo tackles to go along with one interception.1 day
29.Jamie Collins: Restructuring contract (RotoWire) Collins' (neck) contract will be restructured to create salary cap space, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Collins' cap number is currently $11.3 million, which will likely be lowered significantly in order to create salary cap space. The 31-year-old saw triple digits in tackles again during his 2020 campaign (101) and will look to build on that number in the upcoming season as he is signed with the Lions for the next two years.1 day
30.Micah Hyde: Signs extension (RotoWire) The Bills signed Hyde to a two-year extension Friday. Analysis: Hyde will be in Buffalo for an additional two years after spending the past four strong seasons with the team. During his 2020 campaign, the safety posted 70 tackles (48 solo), one interception and five pass breakups. Hyde will likely continue his usual start at safety in the upcoming year with the team.1 day
31.Stephen Carlson: Tendered rights (RotoWire) The Browns tendered exclusive rights with Carlson on Friday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Analysis: Carlson entered the offseason as an exclusive rights free agent and will now stay in Cleveland. Through his two seasons with the team, the tight end has caught six of his nine targets for 62 yards and one touchdown.1 day
32.Falcons | Damontae Kazee will be ready for camp (thehuddle) Atlanta Falcons impending free-agent S Damontae Kazee (Achilles) said he has been running and will be ready for the start of training camp. 1 day
33.Tavierre Thomas: Will hit open market (RotoWire) The Browns don't plan to tender Thomas, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Thomas suited up for Cleveland for seasons, during which his final season served as his best, recording a career high of 30 tackles and his first forced fumble. While previously playing primarily on special teams, the 24-year-old was elevated to the No. 3 cornerback in 2020 and will aim to play a similar role elsewhere.1 day
34.Dynasty | Chase Edmonds could be bell cow (Dynasty League Football) Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has confidence that running back Chase Edmonds could be a starter Analysis: It was a soft endorsement and comes ahead of Kenyan Drake entering free agency. Edmonds has yet to see more than 100 carries in any season and has produced a career per carry average of 4.4 yards, though in limited duty. Edmonds also shines as a receiver and produced a career high 53 receptions in 2020 scoring four touchdowns. Much of his value hinges on what Drake does during free agency. Should Drake depart, it stands to reason th... (More)1 day
35.Jalen Tolliver: Joining CFL (RotoWire) The Edmonton Football Team signed Tolliver on Friday. Analysis: Tolliver spent time in the NFL during the 2018 season, during which he caught three catches for 37 yards throughout his three appearances with the Cardinals. The Arkansas-Monticello product will look to build on his numbers with Edmonton.1 day
36.49ers | Two players sign one-year deals (thehuddle) San Francisco 49ers restricted free-agent TE Ross Dwelley and S Marcell Harris signed one-year contracts with the 49ers Friday, March 5. Financial terms were not disclosed. 1 day
37.Zane Gonzalez released by Cardinals (FantasyPros) Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports that Cardinals have released Zane Gonzalez, but there is a chance he could be back in Arizona. Analysis: Gonzalez is set to hit free agency in 2021. Garafolo described it as a 'procedural' move because they placed him on IR. There is a chance he is back in Arizona though. Gonzalez hit 72.7% of his field-goal attempts this season.1 day
38.Cordrea Tankersley: Let go by Minnesota (RotoWire) Tankersley was released by the Vikings on Friday. Analysis: Tankersley suited up twice during his time in Minnesota, during which he two solo tackles. The 2017 third-round pick will aim to earn a reserve position elsewhere.1 day
39.Tae Hayes: Released by Vikings (RotoWire) The Vikings released Hayes on Friday. Analysis: Hayes appeared in one contest with the team during the 2020 season, during which he played in just two snaps on special teams. The 23-year-old will aim to fill a cornerback role elsewhere for the upcoming year1 day
40.Zane Gonzalez: Will be released (RotoWire) Gonzalez (back) will be released from the Cardinals Friday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Analysis: While Gonzalez will be cut from the team Friday, there's still a chance he could return to Arizona for the upcoming year. During the 2020 campaign, the kicker converted 16 of 22 field-goal attempts and 38 of 39 extra-point attempts throughout 12 matchups.1 day
41.Broncos | Courtland Sutton running routes (thehuddle) Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton (knee) has started running routes as part of his recovery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, according to general manager George Paton. Analysis: Sutton should be ready for the start of the 2021 season and could also do things during training camp. He should be a starting receiver for the Broncos and can be a No. 3 receiver in some fantasy leagues if he is healthy. 1 day
42.Trai Turner being shopped by Chargers (FantasyPros) Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Chargers are actively shopping former Pro-Bowl guard Trai Turner. Analysis: Turner is due $11.5M this season. It's looking like he will either be traded or released in the near future. Turner has made five Pro-Bowls but only appeared in nine games last season.1 day
43.Broncos | Justin Simmons officially receives tag (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, Denver Broncos FS Justin Simmons officially received the franchise tag Friday, March 5. 1 day
44.Darius Slay: Contract update (RotoWire) The Eagles restructured Slay's contract Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The Eagles gain $9.14 million in salary cap room with this move and will likely continue building the secondary around Slay. After an effective 2020 season during which he posted 59 tackles, six defended passes and one interception, the corner is now set to to return as a cornerstone of the defense in 2021.1 day
45.Courtland Sutton (knee) running passing routes (FantasyPros) WR Courtland Sutton (knee) is running passing routes while rehabbing from a torn ACL. Analysis: Sutton initially tore his ACL and MCL in his left knee on September 20th. He's progressing well in his recovery and could be all systems go barring any setbacks by training camp. Sutton is entering the final year of his rookie deal and will be joining a crowded Broncos wideout corps, which includes Jerry Jeudy and Tim Patrick. The 25-year-old is currently 31st among all WRs in the latest expert consensus rankings. Sutton could be a late-round steal if he's able to stay he... (More)1 day
46.Broncos | Justin Simmons to be tagged (thehuddle) Denver Broncos impending free-agent S Justin Simmons will receive the franchise tag Friday, March 5, according to a source. 1 day
47.Bills | Micah Hyde receives extension (thehuddle) Buffalo Bills S Micah Hyde agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with the Bills Friday, March 5, worth $19.25 million, according to a source. 1 day
48.Courtland Sutton: Already running routes (RotoWire) Sutton (knee) has already resumed running routes while rehabbing from a torn ACL, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. Analysis: Sutton continues to inspire confidence in his recovery process. He initially suffered ACL and MCL tears in his left knee Sept. 20 before undergoing surgery in October. As long as the 25-year-old is able to continue avoiding any setbacks, he should be cleared for practice by the time training camp rolls around, and it's possible that he could get limited work in during the offseason program. Sutton will join the most crowded pass-catching corps of his career as he enters the fourth and final season of his roo... (More)1 day
49.Vikings | Tae Haynes, Cordea Tankersley released (thehuddle) Minnesota Vikings CBs Tae Haynes and Cordea Tankersley on Friday, March 5, were released.1 day
50.Von Miller: In GM's 2021 plans (RotoWire) Broncos general manager George Paton said of Miller (ankle) on Thursday, "We want to bring Von back," Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Miller was under investigation from the Parker (Colo.) Police Department during January and February, but allegations against the 31-year-old remain unspecified and no charges have been filed. While Paton shows deference to the ongoing legal proceedings by labeling the matter a "serious situation," he's simultaneously considering avenues that would keep the Super Bowl 50 MVP in the Mile High City. Miller's anticipated 2021 cap hit of $22.2 million is disproportionate for a p... (More)1 day
51.Cardinals | Zane Gonzalez released (thehuddle) Arizona Cardinals PK Zane Gonzalez was released Friday, March 5, per a source. Gonzalez was a pending free agent, and there's a chance he could re-sign with the Cardinals.1 day
52.Chase Edmonds can be lead running back, per Kliff Kingsbury (FantasyPros) Myles Simmons with Pro Football Talk is reporting that Cardinal's head coach Kliff Kingsbury has said that he is confident that Chase Edmonds can be the team's lead back. Analysis: With Kenyan Drake set to become a free agent, there is a lot of uncertainty in the Arizona backfield. While rumors regarding Chris Carson and Aaron Jones have both been tied to the Cardinals, Kingsbury's endorsement toward Edmonds is great to see for those rostering him in dynasty leagues. Still, coachspeak and what the team actually does rarely align so be sure to keep an eye on the Card... (More)1 day
53.Alex Smith officially released by Washington Football Team (FantasyPros) The Washington Football Team officially released QB Alex Smith on Friday. Analysis: This has been expected since the beginning of the week, but it's now official. The move saves WFT $14.9 million against the cap. The reigning Comeback Player of the Year will be a free agent and is free to sign with any team. So far the Bears have been mentioned as a possible landing spot.1 day
54.Broncos | Drew Lock to have competition (thehuddle) Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock struggled with inconsistency in his second season as a starter and is expected to have competition in 2021, even if the Broncos are unable to land a clear upgrade such as the Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson. 'Until Drew proves to be the next great quarterback like the ones that the Denver franchise has been used to in years past, or the ones certain teams around the league have, we're going to always try and bring in competition,' Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said during a news conference Thursday, March 4. 'But I have confidence that Drew can continue to improve.' Analysis: Propped up by many for a 2020... (More)1 day
55.Alex Smith: Released by Washington (RotoWire) Smith (calf) was officially released by Washington on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: The 36-year-old didn't have much of a trade market with two years remaining on the four-year, $94 million extension he signed in 2018, so it was only a matter of time before he was cut by Washington. Smith still believes he can continue playing in the NFL but also indicated he may consider retirement. He earned Comeback Player of the Year honors after completing 67 percent of his passes for 1,582 yards with six touchdowns and eight interceptions in eight games during 2020.1 day
56.Football Team | Alex Smith officially released (thehuddle) Washington Football Team QB Alex Smith had mutually agreed to part ways, and on Friday, March 5, it became official with Washington releasing Smith. Analysis: Look for Smith to catch on as a veteran mentor/backup somewhere, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are among those rumored to be in the mix.1 day
57.Drew Lock: Broncos bringing in competition for Lock (FantasyPros) Mike Klis of 9 News is reporting that the Broncos are bringing in competition for QB Drew Lock. Analysis: "Until Drew proves to be the next great quarterback like the ones Denver has been used to in years past, or ones certain teams around the league have, we're going to always try and bring in competition," said Broncos HC Vic Fangio. "But I have confidence Drew can continue to improve." Lock finished the 2020 season completing 57.3 percent of his passes for 2,933 yards with a 16:15 TD:INT ratio across 13 games. He added 160 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 44... (More)1 day
58.Terry McLaurin played through two high-ankle sprains (FantasyPros) Washington Football Team WR Terry McLaurin played through two high-ankle sprains in 2020. Analysis: McLaurin told Jim Rome on Thursday that he dealt with not one, but "two high-ankle sprains" last season. "I didn't really use that as an excuse. I had plenty of examples around my building to not use certain things or ailments as an excuse," said McLaurin. Despite playing with two-high ankle sprains last season, McLaurin eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark for the first time in his career. The 25-year-old is one of the best WRs in football and is excepted to be fully recover... (More)1 day
59.Cardinals | Confidence in Chase Edmonds (thehuddle) Arizona Cardinals RB Chase Edmonds gives the team confidence in his abilities as a starting running back if they don't re-sign RB Kenyan Drake. Analysis: Everyone remembers the 27-126-3 game he had against the New York Giants two years ago. Edmonds can run and catch, and he would be an upside RB2 in PPR leagues if he winds up the starter. 1 day
60.Anthony Sherman retires from the NFL (FantasyPros) FB Anthony Sherman announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday. Analysis: Sherman calls it a career after 10 seasons in the NFL. He spent the majority of his career in Kansas City and retired with one Pro Bowl appearance and one Super Bowl ring. "Kansas City, thanks for all the memories," said Sherman. "It's been a great run. Eight years. Super Bowls. But it's on to the next chapter."2 days
61.Eagles | Darius Slay restructures (thehuddle) Philadelphia Eagles CB Darius Slay restructured his contract Friday, March 5, to create $9.14 million in salary cap space. 2 days
62.Titans | Jonnu Smith dangerous after catch (thehuddle) Tennessee Titans impending free-agent TE Jonnu Smith ranks fourth among tight ends with an average of 7.1 yards after catch over the last three seasons. Analysis: Smith has the athleticism to be a matchup problem for opposing defenses, but he has never been in a high-volume role. He has TE1 upside depending on where he plays in 2021.2 days
63.Kyle Van Noy: Actually on trade block (RotoWire) The Dolphins have yet to release Van Noy because the team hopes to trade him, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: Van Noy was both productive and versatile last season, with 69 tackles, six sacks, six defended passes, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, and he managed to suit up for 14 games despite battling numerous injuries. However, the soon-to-be 30-year-old is also due a $12.5 million salary next season, which could severely dampen trade interest.2 days
64.Anthony Sherman: Calls it a career (RotoWire) Sherman announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Sherman will hang up his cleats after 10 seasons in the NFL, the last eight of which came in Kansas City. The fullback will retire as a one-time Super Bowl champ and Pro Bowler, while also leaving the Chiefs without another true fullback on the roster.2 days
65.Wil Lutz: Agrees to restructure (RotoWire) Lutz agreed to re-work his contract with the Saints on Thursday, Luke Johnson of NOLA.com reports. Analysis: The Saints will reportedly save $1.7 million in cap space by spreading some of the money owed to Lutz into future years. Lutz wrapped up 2020 with a career-worst 82.1 field goal percentage, which sets 2021 up to be a pivotal year for him.2 days
66.Ravens | Justin Ellis returning to Baltimore (thehuddle) The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to re-sign DT Justin Ellis to a one-year deal worth $1.2 million with $400,000 guaranteed, according to a source.2 days
67.Phillip Lindsay wanted back by Broncos (FantasyPros) Mike Klis of 9 News is reporting that the Broncos plan to give RB Phillip Lindsay a restricted free agent tender. Analysis: " He's (Lindsay) a restricted free agent, we do plan on tendering him. I'm not sure what level but we want Phillip here," said Broncos GM George Paton. He could could make up to $2.13 million as an original round tender. Lindsay dealt with hip/knee injuries and was eventually placed on injured reserve in 2020. The Broncos will most likely bring him back to share RB duties with Melvin Gordon. Lindsay logged 118 carries for 502 rushing yards alon... (More)2 days
68.Kyle Van Noy not released yet by Dolphins (FantasyPros) Field Yates of ESPN reports that Kyle Van Noy has not been released yet because they are trying to trade him. Analysis: It was reported just a few days ago that Van Noy was released but now reports are saying that Dolphins are trying to trade him. Van Noy is set to make $12.5M this season. It's unclear if they are able to trade him.2 days
69.Thomas Morstead released by Saints (FantasyPros) Thomas Morstead is being released by the Saints after 12 seasons, per Katherine Terrell. Analysis: Morstead was drafted by the Saints in 2009 and made the Pro Bowl in 2012. The 34-year old will look to kick for another team next season.2 days
70.Mike Boone wanted back by Vikings (FantasyPros) Vikings want to bring back Mike Boone for 2021 according to Chris Tomasson Analysis: Boone is a restricted free agent who made $750,000 last season with the Vikings. He rushed for 59 yards on 11 attempts while scoring one touchdown. He doesn't have much fantasy appeal sitting behind Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison.2 days
71.Bills | Buffalo to meet with Michael Palardy (thehuddle) Free-agent P Michael Palardy (Panthers) is scheduled to meet with the Buffalo Bills Friday, March 5, according to a source. 2 days
72.Josh Gordon, who was on an indefinite suspension, has been released (FantasyPros) Josh Gordon has been released by the Seahawks while serving an indefinite suspension, per Field Yates. Analysis: 29 years old and just six years removed from a season where he averaged 117.6 receiver yards per game, Gordon will hope to find a fourth team to court him after being drafted by the Browns in 2012. There's no denying Gordon's elite skillset, but seeing as he's only played in 29 games since the record-breaking 2013 campaign, there might not be much of a future for the 6'3" receiver. Gordon has juggled a litany of suspensions for substance abuse violations throughout his career. There are certainly teams out there that... (More)2 days
73.Josh Gordon: Released by Seattle (RotoWire) The Seahawks released Gordon (suspension) on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: Gordon is indefinitely suspended from the NFL and recently joined the Zappers in the Fan Controlled Football league. He made five appearances for the Seahawks -- all in late 2019 -- and caught seven passes for 139 yards.2 days
74.Ben Roethlisberger: Takes pay cut (RotoWire) Roethlisberger's re-worked contract with the Steelers frees up about $15 million in immediate salary cap space for the team, NFL.com's Nick Shook reports. Analysis: Roethlisberger, whose 2021 salary went from $19 million to $14 million per his new agreement, had been slated to carry a $41.25 million cap hit this coming season. The veteran QB's restructured deal helps the Steelers salary cap situation as free agency approaches and should help the franchise better address its needs at other positions.2 days
75.Phillip Lindsay: Likely getting RFA tender (RotoWire) Broncos GM George Paton said the team plans to give Lindsay (hip/knee) a restricted free agent tender, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Analysis: The first option, a second-round tender, would all but ensure Lindsay stays with the Broncos, though it also costs $3.38 million. An original-round tender, on the other hand, costs only $2.13 million, but it also means there's no draft-pick compensation involved, which makes other teams far more likely to sign the running back to an offer sheet. While injuries defined his 2020 campaign, Lindsay has largely been an effective runner for the Broncos, and he could take on added importance in ... (More)2 days
76.Dolphins | Davon Godchaux would like to return (thehuddle) Miami Dolphins impending free-agent DT Davon Godchaux would like to re-sign with the Dolphins this offseason, but agent Drew Rosenhaus said he is not sure if the Dolphins will be to offer what Godchaux will be looking for in free agency. 2 days
77.Kenny Golladay: Uncertain to receive franchise tag (RotoWire) While the Lions could use the franchise tag ahead of the March 9 deadline to prevent Golladay (hip) from reaching unrestricted free agency, general manager Brad Holmes said Tuesday that there are "some decisions that still have to be made" about Golladay's future, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: With none of Golladay, Marvin Jones or Danny Amendola under contract in 2021, Holmes said Tuesday that he hopes to remake the Lions' receiving corps in a similar fashion to how the Rams re-made theirs in 2017 and 2018, when Los Angeles utilized free agency, the trade market and the middle rounds of the draft to give ... (More)2 days
78.Mike Boone: May not get RFA tender (RotoWire) The Vikings want to keep Boone, but it isn't clear if they're willing to pay him $2.13 million, the minimum tender for a restricted free agent, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Analysis: The team could try to sign him for less than the tender costs, but in the process might end up losing Boone to another franchise. While the 25-year-old is best known in fantasy circles for his disappointing performance in Week 16 of 2019, the Vikings seem to value his contributions on special teams. That's where Boone got 231 of his 250 snaps in 2020, logging just 19 plays and 13 touches on offense.2 days
79.Russell Wilson not being actively 'shopped', but Seattle has answered calls (FantasyPros) Per sources, the Seahawks are not actively "shopping" Russell Wilson; however, they've been willing to answer other teams' calls inquiring about the franchise quarterback. Analysis: Earlier reports out of Seattle mentioned Wilson's displeasure with the organization and that he would accept a trade to the Cowboys, Saints, Raiders, or Bears. While the Seahawks have not made any trade proposals to date, it sounds like they're at least picking up the phone when other teams call inquiring about the possibility of trading for Wilson. Stay tuned for more information coming... (More)2 days
80.Rams | Two ERFAs receive tenders (thehuddle) Los Angeles Rams exclusive rights free-agent C Coleman Shelton and LB Travin Howard received tender offers Thursday, March 4. 2 days
81.Seahawks | Josh Gordon let go (thehuddle) Seattle Seahawks WR Josh Gordon was released Thursday, March 4. 2 days
82.Desmond Trufant: Will be released (RotoWire) The Lions will release Trufant (hamstring) later this month, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Throughout the past two seasons, Trufant has struggled to stay healthy while suiting up for 15 games in that span. Though the Lions will absorb a $6 million dead cap hit with this release, the move does create $6.1 million in cap space for the franchise. The veteran cornerback will leave Detroit after spending just one season with the team, in which he posted 20 tackles, one sack and a pick in six games.2 days
83.Ben Roethlisberger: Signs new deal for 2021 (RotoWire) The Steelers have signed Roethlisberger to a new contract for the 2021 season. Analysis: While the details of his 2021 compensation have yet to be released, it's assumed that the QB's existing contract was re-worked in order to reduce his salary cap hit, which was previously scheduled to be $41.25 million. With Roethlisberger's services having been secured for the coming season, the Steelers will now have decisions to make with regard to other key offensive cogs, WR JuJu Smith-Schuster and RB James Conner, who are both eligible to become free agents later this month.2 days
84.Desmond Trufant to be released later this month (FantasyPros) Adam Schefter of ESPN report that Desmond Trufant will be released at the start of the league this year later this month. Analysis: Trufant only appeared in six games this season due to injury. He has appeared in 15 games combined in the past two seasons and will look for another team to play for in 2021.2 days
85.Ben Roethlisberger has been signed to a new contract with the Steelers (FantasyPros) The Pittsburgh Steelers announced that Ben Roethlisberger has been signed to a new contract that will keep him in Pittsburgh through 2021. Analysis: The details of the contract have yet to be released, but we will be sure to update you as more information becomes available. Having just turned 39 years old a couple of days ago, Roethlisberger is reaching the twilight of his career. The two-time Super Bowl champ will hope to make another run with the Steelers' possessing an elite defense and some of the best pass-catchers in the game.2 days
86.Vikings | Stephen Weatherly contract update (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, free-agent DE Stephen Weatherly (Panthers) agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings Thursday, March 4, worth $2.5 million. The deal can be worth as much as $3 million with incentives. 2 days
87.Broncos | Denver wants new deal with Justin Simmons (thehuddle) Denver Broncos impending free-agent S Justin Simmons' agent has had contract talks with the Broncos, and general manager George Paton said the goal is to sign Simmons to a long-term contract this offseason. 2 days
88.Saints | Thomas Morstead let go (thehuddle) New Orleans Saints P Thomas Morstead was released Thursday, March 4. 2 days
89.Steelers sign Roethlisberger to new one-year deal (FFToday) The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed Ben Roethlisberger to a new contract for 2021, it was announced today. Analysis: Roethlisberger was set to count over $41 million against the cap this season, a number that needed to be reduced in order for Big-Ben to return to Pittsburgh in 2021. The Steelers implemented a short passing game strategy last season relegating him to QB2 status in fantasy. With JuJu Smith-Schuster a free agent, it's hard to imagine Ben elevating into QB1 status in 2021.2 days
90.Steelers | Ben Roethlisberger contract details (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger signed a restructured contract Thursday, March 4. He agreed to reduce his pay to $14 million from $19 million in the final year of his contract and spread the cash payment through 2022, per source. The moves lowered his cap hit to $15 million in 2021, giving the team more flexibility. 2 days
91.Cardinals | Larry Fitzgerald's status a mystery (thehuddle) Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald could return for an 18th season with the team, but head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Thursday, March 4, that the wide receiver's status remains a mystery. 'I don't know anything,' Kingsbury said in a news conference, adding it's been honor to work with Fitzgerald and hopes he plays five more years. Analysis: Once an annual locked-in WR2, Fitz hit career season lows across the board last season at age 37 with 54 grabs for 409 yards and one TD and is off the fantasy radar outside of deeper leagues if he does play in 2021.2 days
92.Nelson Agholor: Raiders GM Mike Mayock 'would love' to keep wideout in 2021 (FantasyPros) Las Vegas Raiders WR Nelson Agholor is at the end of his one-year contract but according to Raiders' GM Mike Mayock, the Raiders "would love" to bring the wideout back in 2021. Analysis: Agholor exceeded expectations in his first year with the Raiders, hauling in 48 receptions for 896 yards and eight touchdowns across all 16 games in 2020. His speed attributed to the success of the Raiders offense in 2020, spreading the field and making it easier for quarterback Derek Carr to operate. Mayock went on to say, "We'd love to have Nelly (Agholor) back. That's a guy that ... (More)2 days
93.Seahawks | Inquiries accepted on Russell Wilson (thehuddle) Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is not being 'shopped,' according to a source Thursday, March 4, but calls from other teams interested in trading for Wilson have been answered. Analysis: Translation: The Seahawks have every intention of sticking with Wilson unless they're absolutely blown away by an offer. Then it would be a matter of Wilson approving the deal as well. It remains an ongoing offseason hot topic, but it's most likely Wilson and his QB1 talents remain in the Pacific Northwest.2 days
94.Lions | Desmond Trufant to be released (thehuddle) Detroit Lions CB Desmond Trufant on Thursday, March 4, was informed by the team that he will be released at the start of the new league year later this month, per a source.2 days
95.Steelers | Ben Roethlisberger lands new deal (thehuddle) Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger on Thursday, March 4, signed a restructured contract with the team and will return for an 18th season. Terms of the new deal were not immediately available. 'We are excited we were able to come to an agreement with Ben Roethlisberger on a new contract for him to return to the Steelers in 2021,' general manager Kevin Colbert said in a story posted on the team's website. 'We know that Ben can still play at a high level and do special things for this team. Our goal remains the same - to put together a roster that will compete for another championship. We are happy that Ben will be one of our l... (More)2 days
96.Broncos | Tender likely for Phillip Lindsay (thehuddle) Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay, a pending restricted free agent, is expected to be tendered by the team this offseason, according to a source. The question is whether the tender offer will be an original-round tender -- in Lindsay's case a no-round tender as he was an undrafted free agent -- or a second-round tender. Analysis: Injury issues which cost Lindsay five games and portions of others in 2020 were the primary factor in seeing his total yards dip from 1,207 to 530 and his TDs fall from seven to one, but he is a smaller back with pass-catching and pass-protection limitations, reducing his free-agent value. It's easy to env... (More)2 days
97.Stephen Weatherly: Heading back to Minnesota (RotoWire) Weatherly (finger) is signing a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Vikings, including a $500,000 signing bonus, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Analysis: Weatherly previously was with the Vikings from 2016 to 2019, recording 67 tackles, 17 QB hits and six sacks in 49 games (seven starts). He then signed a two-year, $12.5 million contract with Carolina last offseason, but he was released in February after finishing the 2020 campaign with zero sacks and three QB hits in nine games (all starts). Weatherly had season-ending finger surgery in November and should have plenty of time to recover before training ca... (More)2 days
98.Bears | Allen Robinson produces first downs (thehuddle) Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson has totaled 131 receptions resulting in first downs since the start of the 2019 season, third most in the league according to Pro Football Focus data. Analysis: Robinson's 12.4 yards-per-catch average in Chicago (three seasons) has dipped from his 14.1 average from his four seasons in Jacksonville, but he's caught 53 more passes in one fewer season with the Bears. The bottom line is that Robinson possesses one of the league's strongest all-around WR skill-sets and is a legit fantasy WR1 if he can finally get better QB play.2 days
99.Chiefs | Travis Kelce moves the chains (thehuddle) Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce leads the league with 145 receptions resulting in first downs since 2019, according to Pro Football Focus data. Analysis: Kelce is fantasy gold. He has been a top-two fantasy tight end in each of the last five seasons and shows no signs of slowing down. He's a legit top-25 pick as the first non-RB or WR off the board in drafts.2 days
100.Thomas Davis Sr. to sign one-day contract; retire a Panther (FantasyPros) Former All-Pro linebacker Thomas Davis Sr. announced on Instagram that he will sign a one-day contract with the Carolina Panthers and retire after 16 seasons. Analysis: The Panthers selected Davis with the 14th pick of the 2005 NFL Draft as a safety out of the University of Georgia. He was converted to LB in training camp, and the rest is history. He was a three-time Pro Bowler (2015-2017) and a two-time All-Pro (second team in 2013 and first-team in 2015). Davis was a beast on the field, but his off-the-f... (More)2 days

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