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1.Dynasty | Blake Bortles signs with Rams (Dynasty League Football) Free agent Blake Bortles has signed a one-year deal with the Rams Analysis: Bortles will play a back up roll behind 2018's QB7, Jared Goff. His continued his regression from 2015, throwing for less yards and less touchdowns year over year ending 2018 with 2,719 yards, 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. While many continued to support Bortles as a back-end QB1, his continual statistical decline hasn't supported that status since, arguably, 2016. The 27 year old will certainly look for a starting role in 2020 in free agency and will look to fill-in... (More)42 minutes
2.Bears re-sign P Pat O'Donnell to 2-year ... (Rotoworld) Bears re-signed P Pat O'Donnell to a two-year contract. Analysis: O'Donnell has been the Bears' punter since being selected in the sixth round of the 2014 draft. His 40.3 net average last season was 17th in the league while his 29 punts landed inside the 20 was good enough for 12th-best.4 hours
3.Jets sign Daniel Brown (Rotoworld) Jets signed TE Daniel Brown, formerly of the Bears. Analysis: Brown converted from receiver to tight end in Chicago. He didn't catch a single pass under first-year coach Matt Nagy across 14 games last season after registering a 13-129-0 line for John Fox's group the previous year. Brown will compete for a job.5 hours
4.Cowboys do deal with DE Kerry Hyder (Rotoworld) Cowboys signed DE Kerry Hyder, formerly of the Lions. Analysis: Hyder, 28 in May, wasn't tendered an offer as a restricted free agent by the Lions. The former UDFA out of Texas Tech had eight sacks back in 2016 but missed all of 2017 with a torn Achilles' and barely played under first-year coach Matt Patricia last season. Hyder isn't a bad flier for a Cowboys team lacking pass-rush juice behind franchise player DeMarcus Lawrence.5 hours
5.Blake Bortles inks one-year deal with Ra... (Rotoworld) Rams signed QB Blake Bortles, formerly of the Jaguars, to a one-year contract. Analysis: The Broncos and Ravens also reportedly had interest in Bortles, but no team with an opening atop its depth chart showed any interest in the former No. 3 overall pick. He'll spend 2019 backing up Jared Goff, replacing Sean Mannion, who is also a free agent. Goff has never missed a game to injury, but at least the Rams are better off now with Bortles than with Mannion.6 hours
6.Blake Bortles heading to Rams to backup Goff (FantasyPros) ESPN's Jeff Darlington reports Blake Bortles is finalizing a deal with the Rams to become Jared Goff's backup. Analysis: The Rams were in the market for a backup quarterback and they get their guy in Blake Bortles, who recently visited the team. Bortles was released a couple of weeks ago after the Jaguars signed Nick Foles. It appears as if Bortles' days of being a starter in this league are over.6 hours
7.Rams agree to one-year deal with Blake Bortles (FFToday) Los Angeles has a new backup quarterback, as the club agreed to terms with former Jaguar Blake Bortles on a one-year contract. Bortles has played in 75 games (starting 73), completing 59.3 percent of his passes for 17,646 yards with 103 touchdowns and an 80.6 career passer rating. Analysis: The Rams had Sean Mannion backing up Jared Goff last season so this gives them a more experienced backup in case Goff gets nicked up during the season. Bortles best fantasy season came back in 2015 when he finished as the QB3 with 4,428 yards and 35 passing TDs. He'll go undrafted in most redraft lea... (More)6 hours
8.Rashaan Melvin: Will visit with Lions (RotoWire) Melvin is set to visit with the Lions on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Melvin appeared in 14 games with the Raiders last season, including seven starts, notching 56 tackles and one interception. The 29-year-old veteran could earn a depth role in Detroit's secondary for 2019.6 hours
9.Eric Berry: Meeting with Cowboys (RotoWire) The Cowboys will host Berry on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: After being linked with Earl Thomas (leg) for the better part of a year, Dallas apparently didn't reach out to the unrestricted free agent last week, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com. Management now is honing in on Berry, who has tended to health issues of his own in recent seasons. Since notching 77 tackles and picking off four passes in 2016, he's combined for 18 tackles and no interceptions in three appearances with the Chiefs the past two years. If he signs a deal with the Cowboys, Berry likely will serve as depth at the safety position, considering his inabilit... (More)6 hours
10.Kerry Hyder: Inks deal with Cowboys (RotoWire) Hyder signed a contract with the Cowboys on Monday, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports. Analysis: Hyder has appeared in 24 games (two starts) in his NFL career, accumulating 42 tackles and nine sacks in that time. He'll provide valuable depth at defensive end for the Cowboys with Randy Gregory serving an indefinite NFL suspension.7 hours
11.Eric Berry set to visit with Cowboys Tue... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent S Eric Berry will visit the Cowboys Tuesday. Analysis: It's Berry's first visit since initially being released by the Chiefs. Still only 30, the three-time All-Pro makes for the perfect fit for Dallas after the team missed out on landing current Ravens S Earl Thomas in free agency. The only downside to signing Berry is his all-to-obvious injury history that's limited him to just three regular season games over the last two seasons. He would be a game-changer in the back of Dallas' secondary.8 hours
12.Josh Shaw: Inks deal in desert (RotoWire) Shaw signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Shaw, who possesses the versatility to take snaps at both cornerback and safety, projects to serve a depth role with the Cardinals in 2019. The 26-year-old appeared in four games with the Chiefs and four games with the Buccaneers last season, totaling 12 tackles.8 hours
13.Washington signs ex-Giants OT Ereck Flow... (Rotoworld) Redskins signed OT Ereck Flowers to a one-year, $4 million contract. Analysis: A former Giants castoff, Flowers spent the latter half of 2018 allowing edge rushers to blow by him on the left side of Jacksonville's O-line. The Redskins needed depth at that position, but this wasn't the answer. The 24-year-old will reportedly play guard for the Skins while simultaneously serving as depth behind entrenched starters Trent Brown and Morgan Moses.8 hours
14.Darren Fells: Signs with Texans (RotoWire) Fells is signing a one-year contract with the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Analysis: Fells was released by the Browns on March 10 after catching 11 passes for 117 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games during the 2018 campaign. He only has 68 receptions in 70 NFL appearances, but 10 of them have gone for a score and he also has a strong reputation for blocking. Fells has a nice opportunity to compete for playing time ahead of his age-33 season, as the Texans figure to have an open competition at tight end with Ryan Griffin, Jordan Thomas, Jordan Akins and Jerell Adams all in the mix for snaps.8 hours
15.Andrew Sendejo: Joins Eagles (RotoWire) Sendejo came to terms with the Eagles on a one-year contract Monday, Peter Schrager reports. Analysis: With Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod still atop the roster in Philadelphia it isn't likely that Sendejo will start, though he could play a key role in three-safety packages. The 31-year-old veteran has amassed 58 starts, 356 tackles and six interceptions in his NFL career.8 hours
16.Aaron Lynch meeting with Seahawks on Mon... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent DE Aaron Lynch is visiting the Seahawks Monday. Analysis: The Raiders have also reportedly shown interest in Lynch. One of the better edge rushers still available in the second week of free agency, Lynch showed stout run defense and notched three sacks and a pick in 13 games with the Bears last season. Unlike if he were to sign with the Hawks, Lynch would be an every-down player in Oakland.8 hours
17.Steelers hosting James O’Shaughnessy Mon... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Field Yates reports free agent TE James O’Shaughnessy visited the Steelers Monday. Analysis: Forced into an every-down role once Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Niles Paul went down ahead of him, O'Shaughnessy stumbled into a 24/214 receiving line on a career-high 535 snaps as Jacksonville's third-string tight end. A poor blocker all-around, O'Shaughnessy isn't a threat to Vance McDonald's playing time if the former latches on to Pittsburgh's roster.8 hours
18.Raiders hosting LBs Manti Te'o, Aaron Ly... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders are "doing work" on Manti Te'o, Aaron Lynch, and Vontaze Burfict. Analysis: The Saints decidedly healthy-scratched Te'o during the second half of the season, allowing Alex Anzalone to get reps ahead of him. The former Notre Dame standout showed glimpses of hope in his minimal time on the field last season and would likely add value to an Oakland linebacker corps that currently has Marquel Lee and Kyle Wilber penciled in as starters. The drama would obviously be worthwhile if it's Burfict who signs on to join the silver and black.9 hours
19.Jets bring back linebacker Neville Hewit... (Rotoworld) Jets re-signed LB Neville Hewitt. Analysis: Hewitt soaked up snaps at a premium last year, grading out poorly as the team's strong-side starter from Week 14 on. He's merely considered depth and a solid body on special teams.9 hours
20.Kentrell Brice: Signs with Buccaneers (RotoWire) Brice signed a one-year contract with the Buccaneers on Monday, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Analysis: Brice spent the last three seasons in Green Bay, appearing in 36 games with 14 starts. He made 10 of those starts last season, in which he notched 50 tackles and one sack. The 24-year-old will bring depth to Tampa Bay's safety group behind Justin Evans and Jordan Whitehead.9 hours
21.Ameer Abdullah: Re-signs with Vikings (RotoWire) Abdullah is re-signing with Minnesota, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports. Analysis: Cut by Detroit midway through the 2018 season, Abdullah quickly resurfaced in Minnesota, where he played six snaps on offense and 86 on special teams in seven games. He's never lived up to his second-round draft status, but the ability to return and cover kicks would make him a sensible choice for the No. 3 running back spot. The Vikings recently lost Latavius Murray to the Saints, leaving them with Abdullah, Mike Boone and Roc Thomas as depth options behind Dalvin Cook. With additional competition sure to come later this offseason, Abdullah will need to repro... (More)9 hours
22.Ameer Abdullah re-signs with Vikings (FantasyPros) The Vikings have re-signed RB/KR Ameer Abdullah to a one-year contract. Analysis: It was only a few years ago when Abdullah was considered one of the most promising young running backs in football. He was claimed mid-season off waivers from the Lions in 2018, and managed to carve out a role for himself on special teams. He'll likely remain Minnesota's main return man after averaging 25.8 yards per return last season. He'll also help back up Dalvin Cook with Latavius Murray now in New Orleans.9 hours
23.Darren Fells signs with Texans for one year (FantasyPros) Darren Fells has agreed to a one-year contract with the Houston Texans. Analysis: Fells spent 2018 with the Browns and managed to catch 11-of-12 targets throughout his 16 games played. He's considered a great blocking tight end, which makes for a nice fit in the Houston offense.9 hours
24.Dolphins add OG Chris Reed to interior l... (Rotoworld) Dolphins signed OG Chris Reed. Analysis: Signed by the Jaguars as an UDFA in 2015, Reed's logged 724 snaps at left tackle and both guard positions with Jacksonville over the last three seasons. He'll serve as interior depth on a washed Miami O-line.9 hours
25.Paul Richardson: Left atop depth chart (RotoWire) Richardson (shoulder) is one of the leaders of a Washington wideout group that lost Jamison Crowder to the Jets and Maurice Harris to the Patriots in the opening days of free agency, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Analysis: The Redskins haven't signed any replacements, but they still have time to do some discount shopping and likely will look at wide receivers early in the upcoming draft. With Colt McCoy and Case Keenum set to compete for the starting job, there's also a good argument for using one of those early picks on a quarterback. Richardson is more than five months removed from season-ending shoulder surgery, with the estimate... (More)9 hours
26.Cardinals sign DB Josh Shaw to help seco... (Rotoworld) Cardinals signed DB Josh Shaw to a one-year contract. Analysis: Shaw totaled 12 tackles as a special teams-gunner with the Chiefs and Buccaneers last season. He adds depth to a secondary that currently has Robert Alford, Brandon Williams, and David Amerson helping opposite Patrick Peterson.9 hours
27.Darren Fells signs with Texans after vis... (Rotoworld) Texans signed TE Darren Fells, formerly of the Browns, to a one-year contract. Analysis: The best blocking tight end available on the market, the soon-to-be 33-year-old put pen to paper with Houston only a few short minutes upon ending his visit with the team. This likely nixes any proposal Houston was considering to tight end-in-transition Jake Fisher.10 hours
28.Andrew Sendejo joins Eagles on one-year ... (Rotoworld) Eagles agreed to terms with FS Andrew Sendejo, formerly of the Vikings, to a one-year contract. Analysis: 32 in September, Sendejo's major flaw remains the fact that he hasn't been able to stay on the field for an entire season since 2013. Philadelphia still presents an optimal opportunity for the ex-Vikings safety as he'll likely slide into a starting gig by default. The Eagles also have Rodney McLeod and Tre Sullivan available at that position.10 hours
29.Vikes bring back explosive KR Ameer Abdu... (Rotoworld) Vikings re-signed RB Ameer Abdullah. Analysis: Claimed off waivers from the Lions mid-season, Abdullah played sparingly on offense but notably averaged 25.8 return yards as Minnesota's special teams-ace from Week 11 on. He's expected to mix-in sparingly to compensate for the departure of Latavius Murray in free agency. As it stands, Dalvin Cook remains a premium buy in Best Ball and dynasty leagues as the team only has Mike Boone, Roc Thomas, and Abdullah available behind him.10 hours
30.Dwayne Harris: Staying in Oakland (RotoWire) Harris re-signed an undisclosed contract with the Raiders on Monday, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Harris suited up in 15 games for the Raiders last season, catching all six of his targets for 40 yards. Perhaps his value is more prominent on special teams, as he racked up 663 kick return yards and 281 punt return yards to go along with a punt-return touchdown. Expect the 31-year-old to keep his spot as the primary return man for the Raiders in 2019.10 hours
31.Colt McCoy: Set to compete with Keenum (RotoWire) McCoy will compete with Case Keenum for the starting quarterback job, Adam Dreyfuss of the team's official website reports. Analysis: It also is possible Washington adds a young quarterback to the mix, seeing as both Keenum and McCoy are in their early 30s and entering the final seasons of their respective contracts. The team officially hasn't ruled out Alex Smith (leg), but it seems like a long shot that he'd be ready to play any sooner than 2020. With Adrian Peterson, Derrius Guice (knee) and Chris Thompson all set to return in the backfield, coach Jay Gruden presumably hopes to build his offense around the running game, though it isn't clear h... (More)10 hours
32.Jets sign Tom Compton as offensive line ... (Rotoworld) Jets signed OL Tom Compton, formerly of the Vikings. Analysis: Capable of playing just about anywhere along the offensive line, Compton was an ineffective starter at left guard for the Vikings last season. Even following the acquisition of Kelechi Osemele, the interior remains an area of need for Gang Green. Going on 30, Compton could end up with a starting job.11 hours
33.Dolphins willing to eat salary in Quinn ... (Rotoworld) The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are willing to eat salary in a potential Robert Quinn trade. Analysis: The 'Fins have already done so, paying Quinn's $1.12 million roster bonus last week. It is also something they did in their trade of Ryan Tannehill. Per reporter Armando Salguero, they are trying to acquire draft capital at the cost of all else. In other words, they are following an effective tanking strategy. Grossly overpaid, going on 29 and struggling for production in recent years, the best Quinn could probably fetch is a pick swap.11 hours
34.C.J. Mosley: Staying with familiar 3-4 scheme (RotoWire) Mosley is expected to play in a 3-4 base scheme under Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, Eric Allen of the team's official website reports. Analysis: Williams is known for a 4-3 defense with heavy blitzing, but he apparently will step out of his comfort zone to accommodate the personnel in New York, where Mosley recently signed a five-year, $85 million contract. The former Raven will line up next to Avery Williamson at inside linebacker, providing the Jets with a formidable, versatile pairing in the middle of their defense. Given Williams' reputation as well as the lack of talent at outside linebacker on the current roster, Mosley and Wil... (More)11 hours
35.Bucs take flier on ex-Packer Kentrell Br... (Rotoworld) Bucs signed S Kentrell Brice, formerly of the Packers, to a one-year contract. Analysis: A shaky reserve for the Packers over the past three seasons, Brice's main skill was gobbling up snaps. He has just one career pick in 36 games and has not been an asset against the run. Even with an up for grabs depth chart at safety in Tampa, Brice's ceiling is probably No. 3 duties.11 hours
36.Brian Quick: Staying in Washington (RotoWire) Quick re-signed with Washington on Monday, Matthew Paras of The Washington Times reports. Analysis: Quick made 17 appearances for Washington over the past two seasons, catching nine passes for 94 yards while playing just 158 snaps on offense and 128 on special teams. He'll need to fight for a spot on the 53-man roster ahead of his age-30 season in 2019. The 33rd overall pick from the 2012 draft hasn't done anything to warrant fantasy ownership since the first half of the 2016 campaign.11 hours
37.Report: Ravens still hope to re-sign RGI... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec reports the Ravens still hope to re-sign Robert Griffin III as Lamar Jackson's backup. Analysis: Lamar Jackson is currently the only signal caller on the Ravens' 90-man roster. Already familiar with Jackson and the coaching staff, RGIII would remain a solid fit for the No. 2 spot in the Ravens' back-to-the-future, run-heavy system. He has drawn no reported interest elsewhere.11 hours
38.Ravens now expected to keep Jimmy Smith (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec now expects the Ravens to keep CB Jimmy Smith. Analysis: Zrebiec listed Smith as a candidate for release in January but now believes the Ravens have decided to keep him. They face a loaded slate of opposing passers in 2019. Cutting Smith would free up $9.5 million in cap space but leave behind $6.35 million in dead money. Suspended for Weeks 1-4 last season, Smith has highly inconsistent upon his return.11 hours
39.Justin Houston too expensive for the Rav... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec believes free agent OLB Justin Houston is currently too expensive for the Ravens. Analysis: The Ravens need a pass rusher, but Zrebiec points to reports that Houston might fetch $10 million for 2019. At least in the public sphere, Houston has been greeted by an ice cold market, with nary a visit to report. That should change at some point during this second week of free agency.11 hours
40.Raiders keep special teams ace Dwayne Ha... (Rotoworld) Raiders re-signed WR/KR Dwayne Harris. Analysis: Harris butters his bread on special teams/returns. He caught six passes in 2018. That will be his over/under for the upcoming campaign.12 hours
41.Max Unger retired for health reasons (Rotoworld) Retired Saints C Max Unger said he hung up his cleats because of ongoing maintenance related to a lower-body injury. Analysis: Unger has a history of foot issues. He said he required an operation that would have taken the entire offseason to rehab. Going on 33, Unger was also candid about his recent play, saying he believed its quality had slipped. Unger missed only one game in four years as a Saint after coming over in a trade from the Seahawks.12 hours
42.Leonard Williams: Staying in 3-4 scheme (RotoWire) Coach Adam Gase believes Williams will be a good fit under new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who is expected to use a 3-4 base scheme for the first time in his NFL coaching career, Ralph Vacchiano of SNY reports. Analysis: It was initially assumed the new coaching staff would bring in a 4-3 scheme, positioning Williams as a three-technique tackle instead of his accustomed role as a 3-4 end. Given the likelihood of a hybrid defensive scheme, it's still possible the 24-year-old gets some work as a three-technique, which could help create better pass-rushing opportunities. If nothing else, he should find himself in more one-on-one situations... (More)12 hours
43.Report: Jets interested in Stefen Wisnie... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Connor Hughes reports the Jets are interested in free agent G/C Stefen Wisniewski. Analysis: Versatile on the interior, 30-year-old Wisniewski has reached the phase of his career where he is no longer a full-time starter. He would be a nice piece of depth for the Jets in the second wave of free agency. It is worth noting that neither RG Brian Winters nor C Jonotthan Harrison were effective for Gang Green last season.12 hours
44.Vontaze Burfict: Cut by Cincinnati (RotoWire) The Bengals released Burfict (concussion) on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports. Analysis: Known for his suspensions and fines above all else, Burfict was actually one of the better linebackers in the NFL early in his career, but he's played 11 games or fewer every season since 2013 and hasn't been a difference maker when healthy since 2016. A long history of concussions and illegal hits could make it difficult for the 28-year-old to draw interest on the open market.13 hours
45.Redskins bring back Brian Quick again (Rotoworld) Redskins re-signed WR Brian Quick. Analysis: Quick spent 2018 on the fringes of the Redskins' 53-man roster. He is veteran depth for a shockingly thin receiver corps.13 hours
46.Bashaud Breeland: Finds new team (RotoWire) Breeland signed an undisclosed contract with the Chiefs on Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Breeland was solid when he was healthy in 2018, making 20 tackles (16 solo) and had two interceptions in seven games. The 27-year-old will hope to provide a boost to a Chiefs defense that ranked 31st in passing yards against per game last season (273.4).13 hours
47.Vontaze Burfict released by Bengals (FantasyPros) Dianna Russini of ESPN reports the Bengals have released linebacker Vontaze Burfict. Analysis: The move will save the Bengals over $5 million against the cap. The 28-year-old linebacker should find a job with another team soon enough but has been hampered by injuries and suspensions in recent seasons. Burfict is known as being one of the dirtiest players in football so it'll be interesting to see what his market is like.13 hours
48.Eli Manning: Collecting $5 million roster bonus (RotoWire) GM Dave Gettleman confirmed Manning will receive a $5 million roster bonus Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Analysis: Previous reports suggested the bonus was due Saturday, but it turns out Manning has to wait until Monday afternoon. Regardless, the decision to pay him the money ensures the Giants will stick with the 38-year-old quarterback for at least one more season. Gettleman's offseason moves hint at a run-first approach centered around Saquon Barkley, with the Giants acquiring standout guard Kevin Zeitler and swapping out Odell Beckham for Golden Tate at wide receiver. The problem with the plan is that it requires a so... (More)14 hours
49.Randall Cobb visiting Cowboys on Monday (FantasyPros) Todd Archer of ESPN reports Randall Cobb is visiting the Cowboys on Monday. Analysis: Dallas has an opening at slot receiver with the loss of Cole Beasley to the Bills. Cobb hasn't come close to matching his breakout 2014 season in recent years, but he would still be a solid addition for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys.14 hours
50.Bengals move on from LB Vontaze Burfict (Rotoworld) Bengals released LB Vontaze Burfict. Analysis: There was a time Burfict was one of the most feared linebackers in the league both because of his talent and approach to the game, but injuries including serious concussion issues and suspensions have limited him to just 43 games in five seasons. He is just 28, but it is likely Burfict's best days are behind him, and his style of play does not mesh with the modern NFL. The move saves the Bengals $5.69 million against the cap.14 hours
51.Jordy Nelson to visit Seahawks on Tuesday (FantasyPros) Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Jordy Nelson will visit the Seahawks on Tuesday. Analysis: The ex-Packer and Raider, Nelson is also drawing interest from the Chiefs, Patriots, and Titans according to Schefter. Nelson isn't the dynamic playmaker he once was but should still have enough left in the tank for 2019.14 hours
52.Chiefs sign CB Bashaud Breeland (Rotoworld) Chiefs signed CB Bashaud Breeland, formerly of the Packers, to a one-year contract. Analysis: The contract is worth a "max" of $5 million. Breeland originally signed a three-year deal with the Panthers last offseason, but a failed physical sent him back to the market. He flirted with several teams including the Chiefs before landing in Green Bay, where he played 330 snaps. Breeland is no better than an average starter, but the Chiefs are extremely thin at corner.14 hours
53.Tyler Eifert stays with Bengals on one-year contract (FantasyPros) Tyler Eifert has re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals on a one-year deal. Analysis: The 28-year-old played in just four games last year before being lost for the season with a broken ankle. His size and speed would translate to big time fantasy production if he could ever stay healthy, but right now fantasy players can't count on that.14 hours
54.Mark Barron inks two-year deal with Steelers (FantasyPros) Mark Barron and the Pittsburgh Steelers have come to terms on a two-year, $12 million contract. Analysis: Barron spent last year with the Rams, who reportedly had interest in re-signing him. He instead lands in Pittsburgh where he will have to improve his play after a disappointing 2018.14 hours
55.Cody Latimer re-signing with the Giants (FantasyPros) The New York Giants are re-signing Cody Latimer to a one-year contract. Analysis: Latimer dealt with a mid-season hamstring pull last year and wound up playing in just six games for New York. He totaled 190 receiving yards on 11 receptions, and will serve as depth behind Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard. Latimer will compete with Corey Coleman for snaps in three-wide sets.14 hours
56.Spencer Ware: Looking at Detroit (RotoWire) Ware is visiting with the Lions on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: With Le'Veon Bell, Mark Ingram, Tevin Coleman, Latavius Murray and Adrian Peterson all off the market, Ware is one of the better backfield options still available. Detroit can offer him an opportunity to compete with Zach Zenner for the No. 2 runner role, a job that may include goal-line and short-yardage carries.14 hours
57.Report: Texans interested in Donald Penn (Rotoworld) The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson reports the Texans are interested in free agent OT Donald Penn. Analysis: Set to turn 36 in April, Penn would not be a long-term solution for the Texans, and he struggled last season before ending up on injured reserve with a groin issue. That said, the Texans need help along the offensive line, so taking a low-cost flier on Penn would make sense.14 hours
58.Jordy Nelson: Visiting Seattle (RotoWire) Nelson is scheduled to visit with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: The Raiders hope to re-sign Nelson at a lower price after they released him last week, and the Patriots, Titans and Chiefs also have expressed interest. The 33-year-old wide receiver will begin his free-agent journey in Seattle, where he'd have a good chance to beat out David Moore for the No. 3 wideout job behind Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett. It wouldn't be the best place to establish fantasy value, as the Seahawks easily led the NFL in run-play percentage (52.4) last year.14 hours
59.Jhurell Pressley: Leads AAF in rushing (RotoWire) Pressley is the AAF rushing leader through six weeks, with 75 carries for 343 yards (4.6 average) and one touchdown for the Arizona Hotshots. Analysis: Pressley also has nine catches for 72 yards and two scores, making a decent case to get another look in the NFL once the AAF season is over. He went undrafted out of New Mexico in 2016 and subsequently bounced around from Minnesota to Green Bay to Atlanta to New York. The 26-year-old has never made an appearance in an NFL regular-season game, though he did land on the Packers' 53-man roster for Week 1 of 2016.15 hours
60.Randall Cobb: Visiting Dallas (RotoWire) Cobb is visiting with the Cowboys on Monday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The 28-year-old would be a sensible replacement for slot specialist Cole Beasley, who signed a four-year, $29 million contract with the Bills last week. Cobb's best work has been much better than Beasley's, but issues with durability and consistency could force Cobb to settle for a similar contract or even a smaller one. Dallas would be a poor fit in terms of regaining fantasy relevance, as Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper figure to hog volume in Jason Garrett's run-first offense. There hasn't been much suggestion of the Packers making an honest effort to reta... (More)15 hours
61.Trent Richardson: Still scoring TDs in AAF (RotoWire) Richardson has 91 carries for 227 yards (2.5 average) and nine touchdowns in six games for the Birmingham Iron of the AAF, adding 26 receptions for 186 yards (7.2 average) and another score. Analysis: Richardson leads the upstart league in both carries and touchdowns and also ranks fourth in catches, yet he's producing just 68.8 scrimmage yards per game. His strong work at the goal line might attract some interest from NFL teams, but the ugly mark of 2.5 YPC doesn't exactly beg for the 2012 first-round pick to be viewed as anything more than a camp body this summer.15 hours
62.Cowboys bring in Clayton Geathers for vi... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Field Yates reports free agent S Clayton Geathers is visiting the Cowboys on Monday.15 hours
63.Texans hosting ex-Bills OT Jordan Mills (Rotoworld) ProFootballTalk reports free agent OT Jordan Mills is visiting the Texans on Monday. Analysis: Mills started 16 games at right tackle each of the last three seasons with the Bills, but he was never particularly effective. That said, the Texans need as much offensive line help as any team in the league.15 hours
64.Free agent TE Darren Fells visiting Texa... (Rotoworld) The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson reports free agent TE Darren Fells is visiting the Texans. Analysis: The Texans seem to be in the market for a blocking tight end after hosting former OT Jake Fisher last week. 33 in April, Fells spent last season with the Browns.15 hours
65.Spencer Ware visiting the Lions on Monda... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent RB Spencer Ware is visiting the Lions on Monday. Analysis: Ware failed to capitalize on several opportunities to earn a starting role in Kansas City, but he can do a job as a change-of-pace option behind Kerryon Johnson. Ware managed 470 yards and two touchdowns on 71 touches last season.15 hours
66.Jordy Nelson will visit Seahawks Tuesday (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent WR Jordy Nelson will visit the Seahawks on Tuesday. Analysis: According to Schefter, Nelson is also drawing interest from the Patriots (of course), Titans, Chiefs, and Raiders, who just released Nelson last week. Nelson looked a step slow last season, but he came on strong late, catching 38 passes for 386 yards in the final five games. He would be an upgrade at the No. 3 receiver spot for Seattle.15 hours
67.A.J. McCarron visiting Texans on Monday (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent QB A.J. McCarron is visiting the Texans on Monday. Analysis: With Brandon Weeden a free agent, the Texans are in the market for a backup. McCarron would not engender much confidence if forced into the starting lineup, but he can at least hold down a spot on the depth chart.16 hours
68.Sweat's heart issue will not cause draft... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Dane Brugler reports Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat's heart condition is unlikely to cause a major fall in the NFL Draft. Analysis: Sweat was flagged with a heart condition during the medical evaluation at the Combine, but he was allowed to participate in the event -- he wowed with a 4.41 forty at 6-foot-6, 260 pounds. Last year, Raiders DT Maurice Hurst was sent home from the Combine because of a heart condition, and he ended up slipping all the way tot he fifth round. Brugler does not anticipate the same kind of fall for Sweat. "It is something to monitor, but it wouldn’t stop us from drafting Sweat," an NFL team ... (More)16 hours
69.Haloti Ngata: Retiring from football (RotoWire) Ngata announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Selected 12th overall in the 2006 draft, Ngata played nine seasons in Baltimore, three in Detroit and one in Philadelphia. He had 519 tackles and 32.5 sacks in 180 regular-season games, including three straight seasons (2011-13) with at least five sacks for the Ravens. Ngata was a first-team All-Pro in two of those three years and earned five consecutive Pro Bowl selections from 2009 to 2013. The Eagles are left without much depth at defensive tackle behind the impressive starting duo of Fletcher Cox and Malik Jackson.16 hours
70.Randall Cobb visiting Cowboys on Monday (Rotoworld) ESPN's Todd Archer reports Randall Cobb will visit the Cowboys on Monday. Analysis: Cobb has had a rough go since exploding for 91-1,287-12 way back in 2014, failing to top 830 yards since and struggling to say on the field the last three seasons. He can still do a job in the slot, however, and could end up being an upgrade over the departed Cole Beasley at a lower price. Cobb would be a solid addition for Dallas.16 hours
71.Ngata announces retirement after 13 seas... (Rotoworld) Haloti Ngata announced his retirement from the NFL after 13 seasons. Analysis: Ngata finished his career with three seasons in Detroit before a one-year stint with the Eagles, but he will be forever linked with the Ravens, who made him the 12th-overall pick of the 2006 draft. Ngata was one of the best interior linemen in the league during his nine seasons in Baltimore, earning five Pro Bowl nods and back-to-back First-Team All-Pro selections. He also won his only Super Bowl with the Ravens in 2012. Ngata might not have the overall body of work to earn a Hall of Fame induction, but he should certainly... (More)17 hours
72.Giants bring back WR Cody Latimer for 20... (Rotoworld) Giants re-signed WR Cody Latimer. Analysis: Latimer was fully expected to start throughout 2018 for the Giants before a mid-season hamstring pull sidelined him until the closing weeks of the year. Still only 26, there's obviously ample opportunity for Latimer to start in New York behind entrenched wideouts Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate. The ex-Broncos receiver will compete with Corey Coleman and Jawill Davis for reps in camp.1 day
73.Saints sign ex-Vikes utility OG/C Nick E... (Rotoworld) Saints signed OG Nick Easton, formerly of the Vikings, to a four-year, $24 million contract. Analysis: New Orleans became a top destination for Easton following the surprising retirement of starting C Max Unger on Saturday. Initially acquired from the Niners for LB Gerald Hodges in 2016, Easton logged 665 snaps at left guard and another 463 at center for the Vikings before sitting out all of last year after undergoing neck surgery. The 26-year-old will slide right into Unger's former position, sandwiching in between Terron Armstead, Andrus Peat, Larry Warford, and Ryan Ramczyk.1 day
74.Mark Barron: Joining forces with Steelers (RotoWire) The Steelers and Barron reached an agreement on a two-year, $12 million contract Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: In order to shave $6.33 million from their cap situation, the Rams released Barron in early March with the hope that he would return on a more team-friendly deal. Clearly, that won't come to pass. Barron will join his third organization since entering the NFL as a first-rounder of the Buccaneers in 2012. With 96.6 tackles per 16 games played in his career, he could be a valuable IDP if he can avoid the injury bug this coming season.1 day
75.PIT signs ex-Rams LB Mark Barron to cont... (Rotoworld) Steelers signed ILB Mark Barron, formerly of the Rams, to a two-year, $12 million contract. Analysis: The Rams initially released Barron in early March with the idea they could re-sign him in the open market. He'll instead play behind Vince Williams in the middle of DC Keith Butler's modified version of the 4-3 defense. 30 in October, Barron's play plummeted last season and will need to be much better if he expects to compete for reps ahead of ILB Jon Bostic.1 day
76.Ryan Fitzpatrick: Moving on to Miami (RotoWire) The Dolphins signed Fitzpatrick on Sunday, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: After cutting ties with Ryan Tannehiil on Friday, Miami was in the market for a placeholder at quarterback, and Fitzpatrick fits the bill. Between 2017 and 2018 with the Buccaneers, Fitzpatrick ably filled in for a struggling or injured Jameis Winston, completing 63.6 percent of his passes for 3,469 yards, 24 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in 14 games (10 starts). Fitzpatrick will be entering his age-37 season in the fall, and whether or not he'll be mentoring a young signal-caller will be known after the upcoming draft.1 day
77.Kenneth Dixon: Stuck behind Ingram in Baltimore (RotoWire) Dixon and Gus Edwards figure to rotate in behind Mark Ingram in 2019, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official website reports. Analysis: Dixon took advantage of his limited opportunities last season with 60 carries for 333 yards (5.6 average) and two touchdowns in six games, but he also coughed up two fumbles during the regular season and another in Baltimore's lone playoff contest. He now projects as the No. 3 running back in a run-heavy offense, with some chance to land on the roster bubble this summer if the Ravens draft or sign additional competition. Passing downs could represent Dixon's best chance at a regular role, considering Ingram is locked ... (More)1 day
78.Ryan Fitzpatrick agrees to two-year deal with Dolphins (FantasyPros) The Dolphins and Ryan Fitzpatrick have agreed on a two-year deal, according to Adam Schefter. Analysis: Fitzmagic is coming back to the AFC East, as Fitzpatrick will now start for his third team in the division. After his hot start with the Bucs last season, Fitzgerald came back down to reality before being replaced by Jameis Winston. He is what he is at this point - a veteran signal caller who will likely single-handedly win as many games for a team as lose them. The move raises the fantasy outlook of the Dolphins' offensive skillplayers, though pretty much any quarterback other than Luke Falk would have done the same.1 day
79.Dolphins sign Ryan Fitzpatrick as new st... (Rotoworld) Dolphins signed Ryan Fitzpatrick, formerly of the Bucs, to a two-year, $11 million contract. Analysis: Incentives could reportedly boost his deal to a max value of $20 million. Fresh off a 2,300-yard campaign in eight appearances with the Bucs last season, the 36-year-old 14-year vet will be instilling magic into a Dolphins offense that quietly has explosive receivers in place to mesh with Fitzpatrick's uncanny gunslinger mentality. If Miami is truly tanking to be in a better position down the road, Fitzpatrick makes for the perfect placeholder as he can help sell tickets with his boom-or-bust downfi... (More)1 day
80.Dolphins find themselves a QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick (FFToday) Miami has its new starting quarterback. Dolphins reached agreement on a two-year deal with former Buccaneers’ QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, per source. Fitzpatrick now will join his third AFC East team, having already started for the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. Analysis: After flirting with Teddy Bridgewater and trading Ryan Tannehill to the Titans, the Dolphins finally find a QB. Fitzpatrick will be a bridge until a Miami lands a young quarterback in the draft. Given the rebuilding mode going on, it's tough to value Fitzmagic as anything but a QB2 heading into 2019.1 day
81.Chris Thompson: Glad Peterson is staying with team (RotoWire) Thompson is pleased with his team's decision to re-sign fellow running back Adrian Peterson, Zach Brook of NBC Sports Washington reports. Analysis: Peterson figures to impact Derrius Guice (knee) more so than Thompson, considering the latter gets most of his playing time on passing downs. Of course, it's still another body that demands snaps in the backfield, and the Washington offense probably won't have a ton of yards and touchdowns to go around. The team did at least get some security under center with the trade for Case Keenum, whose shortcomings as a passer likely will impact the wide receivers rather than the running backs or tight ends. Th... (More)1 day
82.Derrius Guice: Happy to have Peterson back (RotoWire) Guice (knee) and Chris Thompson have expressed satisfaction with the Redskins' re-signing of fellow running back Adrian Peterson, Zach Brook of NBC Sports Washington reports. Analysis: Peterson initially signed in mid-August after Guice suffered a torn ACL in the preseason opener, ultimately finishing the season with 1,250 scrimmage yards and eight touchdowns as a 16-game starter. Meanwhile, the rookie second-round pick suffered a major setback early in his recovery, requiring three additional procedures and a seven-week course of antibiotics to treat a post-surgery infection. Guice has made up for lost time since the end of the season, with a re... (More)1 day
83.Sheldon Rankins: Expected to miss start of 2019 (RotoWire) Rankins (Achilles) likely will open the 2019 regular season on the PUP list, which would rule him out for the first six weeks, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports. Analysis: The 24-year-old defensive tackle suffered a torn Achilles in the divisional round of the playoffs, giving him less than eight months to recover before Week 1 of 2019. With their top defensive tackle expected to miss at least six games at the beginning of the season, New Orleans acquired some depth in the form of Malcom Brown, a 320-pounder who has started 51 games in four seasons since the Patriots selected him at No. 32 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft. While he ... (More)1 day
84.Brendan Langley: Updates fans on position move (RotoWire) Langley updated fans via his personal Twitter account Saturday that he's progressing through drills as he seeks to transition to wide receiver. Analysis: The video showcases Langley's athleticism and hands, two qualities that were never really in doubt. Langley, who played some receiver at Georgia before transitioning to cornerback full time at Lamar, instead seemed to struggle with putting those to good use on the field. Perhaps a move to receiver will reignite his career, but it is fair to say that this wasn't what Denver was hoping for when it drafted him at the end of the third round two years ago. With the likes of Courtland Sutton, Tim Patr... (More)1 day
85.Ereck Flowers to visit Washington Sunday (Rotoworld) Free agent OT Ereck Flowers will visit the Redskins Sunday night.1 day
86.Josh Adams: Could end up on roster bubble (RotoWire) Adams may need to compete for his roster spot in 2019, Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94 WIP Sports Radio reports. Analysis: While the Eagles haven't made any additions to their backfield through the first few days of the league year, they still figure to search for upgrades in the free-agent bargain bin and the upcoming draft. Adams enjoyed a nice stretch as the team's lead runner late in his rookie season until he fell out of favor during the playoffs with just one touch in two games. He's subject to a wide range of outcomes in 2019, with potential to reprise the lead role or fall off the team entirely. Such is life for an undrafted running back who hasn... (More)1 day
87.Mack Hollins: Needs to earn roster spot (RotoWire) Hollins (groin) and Shelton Gibson may end up competing for one roster spot in 2019, Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94 WIP Sports Radio reports. Analysis: Hollins and Gibson entered 2018 in a presumed competition for the No. 4 receiver role, with potential for increased involvement early in the season if Alshon Jeffery wasn't ready for Week 1. Jeffery ended up missing the first three games and Mike Wallace promptly suffered a season-ending leg injury, but neither Gibson nor Hollins was able to take advantage, with the former catching just one pass while the latter spent the entire year on injured reserve. The Eagles now have Jeffery, DeSean Jackson and Nel... (More)1 day
88.Johnny Manziel: Joins Memphis Express in AAF (RotoWire) Manziel signed a contract with the Alliance of American Football and has been claimed by the Memphis Express, Jason Munz of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. Analysis: Manziel was released by the Montreal Alouettes in late February after he committed an undisclosed violation of his CFL contract, thus finishing his time in the league with 1,290 passing yards, 215 rushing yards, five passing touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight games. He may eventually have a shot at playing time in Memphis, where Christian Hackenberg and Zach Mettenberger (ankle) have led the Express to a 1-5 start. Even if he does get his chance under center, Manziel ... (More)1 day
89.Vikings showing interest in OG Josh Klin... (Rotoworld) Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports the Vikings have interest in free agent OG Josh Kline. Analysis: It's the first team he's been linked to since his release from Tennessee on Friday. The Vikings have a need at right guard after cutting Mike Remmers prior to the start of free agency. Minnesota has also put an offer out to Nick Easton, who expects to make a decision on Monday. Kline is coming off an underwhelming year that saw him earn PFF's No. 69 grade among 81 qualifiers at tackle.1 day
90.Nick Easton's decision coming on Monday (Rotoworld) According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, free agent OG Nick Easton will choose a team on Monday. Analysis: Per Tomasson, Easton is deciding between the Vikings, Saints and an unnamed mystery team. The Saints, who Easton visited last week, may have an added sense of urgency following Max Unger's sudden retirement. Easton, who missed all of last year due to neck surgery, has experience at both guard and center.1 day
91.Johnny Manziel picked up by Memphis of A... (Rotoworld) Former NFL QB Johnny Manziel was claimed by the Memphis Express of the Alliance of American Football. Analysis: The San Antonio Commanders relinquished Manziel's rights, paving his path to Memphis. Manziel is expected to report to the team on Sunday. Depending on his level of fitness, Johnny Football should have a chance to see the field right away. The quarterback position has been a revolving door for the Express, who benched Jets bust Christian Hackenberg for Zach Mettenberger early in the season, only for Mettenberger to get hurt in Saturday's loss to Salt Lake. The former Heisman Trophy winner ... (More)1 day
92.Jalen Mills and Rasul Douglas on trade b... (Rotoworld) Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94WIP.com suggests Eagles CBs Jalen Mills and Rasul Douglas could be trade candidates. Analysis: The Eagles were already well-stocked at cornerback before they brought back Ronald Darby on a one-year deal. Shorr-Parks doesn't anticipate the Eagles moving on from Sidney Jones, Cre’von LeBlanc or Avonte Maddox, which could leave either Mills or Douglas as the odd man out. Mills, a seventh-round pick in 2016, missed the latter half of 2018 with a sprained foot. Despite starting 25 games in his three seasons, Mills has never been a true difference-maker.1 day
93.Josh Adams on the roster bubble? (Rotoworld) Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94WIP.com doesn't consider Josh Adams a lock for the Eagles' final roster. Analysis: The undrafted Notre Dame alum led the Eagles in rushing yards as a rookie but was scarcely used after Darren Sproles' return from injury. The 22-year-old averaged a steady 4.3 yards per tote last year but was essentially useless in the passing game, nabbing just seven catches for 58 scoreless yards over his 14 appearances. The Eagles haven't explored the trade or free agent markets but could address their running back need in next month's draft.1 day
94.Johnny Manziel now eligible to play in A... (Rotoworld) Former NFL QB Johnny Manziel signed the Alliance of American Football Standard Player Agreement. Analysis: This officially allows Manziel to become an active player in the AAF. The San Antonio Commanders would typically have first dibs on the former No. 22 overall pick since Texas A&M, Manziel's alma mater, is an area school San Antonio was initially given college allegation rights to, but the Commanders notably released the ex-Browns play-caller's rights, allowing Manziel to hit standard league waivers. Whatever team he lands on will immediately become must-watch television.2 days
95.Raiders release disgruntled OT Donald Pe... (Rotoworld) Raiders released OT Donald Penn. Analysis: Only one season after restructuring his contract, the 13-year veteran's outright release allows Oakland to save $5.475 million against the cap this upcoming year. Penn, who first signed with the team as a free agent in 2014, was a constant at left tackle before accepting a positional-change to right tackle in 2018. Set to turn 36 at the end of April, Penn issued a statement following his release claiming he "has a lot of years LefT" as an NFL starter. Arguably one of the worst tackles in the league prior to being placed on the Reserve/Injured List, Penn will undoubtedly catch on as depth else... (More)2 days
96.Niners could have four active backs Sund... (Rotoworld) Niners coach Kyle Shanahan said "it could make a lot of sense this year" to have four active running backs on game days. Analysis: "I think we're in a situation right now, just looking at our roster, that I think it could make a lot of sense this year," Shanahan said on potentially keeping four backs active in-season. The Niners may not have the most talented backfield in the league, but the addition of Tevin Coleman behind Matt Breida and Jerick McKinnon (not to mention Raheem Mostert) certainly gives the team the deepest in the NFL. All four have not only shown above-average re... (More)2 days
97.Saints C Unger surprisingly hangs up cle... (Rotoworld) Saints C Max Unger announced his retirement. Analysis: Unger had one year and $5.1 million remaining on his current deal. The Saints will save $6.95 million in cash and cap space, but Unger's move to the reserve/retired list will still count for $1.75M in dead money against the team. A dependable starter in the middle of New Orleans' O-line the past four seasons, Unger logged 1,012 snaps at center (17th-most at his position) just last year. It's possible the Saints look elsewhere for help, but as it stands, 2017 UDFA Cameron Tom is an in-house candidate to replace the 32-year-old vet this upcoming season.2 days
98.Bills sign OT LaAdrian Waddle to one-yr ... (Rotoworld) Bills signed OT LaAdrian Waddle, formerly of the Patriots, to a one-year contract. Analysis: Despite coming off a down year with New England, Waddle adds formidable depth to a Bills unit that's grown immensely stronger since the start of free agency. Waddle projects to compete with recent addition Ty Nsekhe for the starting right tackle gig. The Bills also added RG Spencer Long, C Mitch Morse, and utility lineman Jon Feliciano to their trenches earlier this week.2 days
99.Marcus Cooper: Re-signs with Lions (RotoWire) Cooper re-signed with the Lions on Saturday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports. Analysis: Cooper played two games with the Bears last season before getting waived and subsequently claimed by the Lions. All-in-all he suited up for six total games and recorded just one tackle. The 29-year-old journeyman projects as a depth corner If he ultimately earns a spot on Detroit's 53-man roster.2 days
100.Giants feel QB Dwayne Haskins 'doesn't f... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Dianna Russini reports the Giants feel Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins "doesn't fit" with the team. Analysis: Russini adds the Giants are barely scouting him. ESPN's Jordan Raanan speculates the Giants aren't interested because the team doesn't see enough "elusiveness in the pocket" from the 21-year-old play-caller, creating a sense of doubt the front office can't seem to overlook. It's asinine, but the powers that be are clearly interested in sticking with 38-year-old Mike Francesa-favorite Eli Manning under center this upcoming season and instead using the No. 6 overall pick on a "safe" option on the opposite... (More)2 days

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