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1.Blake Bortles signs extension through 2020 (Dynasty League Football) Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has signed a three-year, $54 million deal keeping him in Jacksonville until 2020. The contract is worth up to $66.5m and includes $26.5m guaranteed money. Analysis: Bortles, currently our QB29 in dynasty ADP, receives a lot of stick for his NFL play. But through the last three seasons, he's finished as the overall QB3, QB8, and most recently, QB13. Keep in mind last year, he was without his top receiving weapon Allen Robinson.While there is understandable hesitation in relying on him as a fantasy starter ba... (More)11 minutes
2.Jaguars | Blake Bortles should be cleared soon (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (wrist) said he is on schedule in his recovery from offseason wrist surgery and should be fully cleared by early March.20 minutes
3.Steelers | Eli Rogers hoping to be ready for camp (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Pittsburgh Steelers WR Eli Rogers (knee) has established a goal of being ready to participate in training camp, although no official timetable has been set for his return from surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament. He said that he is in "the second phase" of his rehab process and added that he has range of motion back. Rogers began walking without the aid of crutches last week and recently started riding a bicycle and using an arc trainer.1 hour
4.D'Onta Foreman has chance to start in 20... (Rotoworld) ESPN’s Sarah Barshop expects D'Onta Foreman to push for a starting role this season. Analysis: With Lamar Miller coming off a down 2017, Foreman is in line for more touches after a strong rookie year. Foreman is three months removed from tearing his Achilles' but is hoping to be cleared for training camp. The Texans run game was a weak point after losing Foreman and Deshaun Watson. Foreman has a chance to overtake Miller when healthy. 1 hour
5.Texans could move on from Lamar Miller (Rotoworld) The Texans could release Lamar Miller. Analysis: Miller had a career worst 3.7 YPC last season after fading down the stretch in 2016. Owed $14 million over the next two years, he’s not a lock to be back. D’Onta Foreman was pushing Miller for touches before landing on IR and gives the Texans an in-house replacement if they move on. Even if Miller returns, it’s possible he’ll be shifted into more of a pass game role. The Texans can save $5.75 million from making Miller a post June cut.2 hours
6.Bortles (wrist) expects to be ready for ... (Rotoworld) Blake Bortles (wrist) expects to be fully healthy for OTAs. Analysis: Bortles had wrist surgery last month, but he’s already resumed throwing. He should have close to a normal offseason and be ready for OTAs in April. The Jaguars created $9 million in cap space from giving Bortles a three-year extension, but he’ll continue to be on the spot in 2018.2 hours
7.Andre Roberts unlikely to be re-signed (Rotoworld) Free agent Andre Roberts expects to test free agency. Analysis: Roberts played only 31 snaps on offense but was Atlanta’s primary return man. He ranked fourth in the league with 22.6 YPR on kickoffs last year and shouldn’t struggle for special teams interest. The Falcons aren't expected to re-sign Roberts before free agency but haven’t ruled out bringing him back.2 hours
8.Samaje Perine likely to open 2018 as sta... (Rotoworld) NBC Washington’s Rich Tandler expects Samaje Perine to open 2018 as the Redskins’ starter. Analysis: Perine failed to impress as a rookie, averaging 3.4 YPC with just two touchdowns in eight starts. An injured offensive line was part of the problem, and the Redskins history of not investing at running back makes Perine the favorite for early-down work. Perine’s limited pass game role and the presence of Rob Kelley are concerns to his outlook, but there’s some scoring potential if he returns as Washington’s red-zone back.3 hours
9.Jaguars | Allen Robinson back on the field (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson (knee) sent out a video on Twitter that showed himself jogging on the field.12 hours
10.Giants | Odell Beckham unlikely for preseason (USA Today Fantasy Sports) New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) sent out a tweet Saturday, Feb. 24, indicating that he is unlikely to play in any preseason games.13 hours
11.Bears | Tarik Cohen wants to make plays (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Chicago Bears RB Tarik Cohen said he can do "the same kinds of things" as Kansas City Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill, and he feels he will develop into a playmaker under offensive coordinator Matt Nagy.13 hours
12.Patriots | Danny Amendola favoring New England? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) New England Patriots impending free-agent WR Danny Amendola will likely re-sign with the Patriots if he decides to play another season, in the opinion of Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com.15 hours
13.Lions | Ziggy Ansah staying put? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Detroit Lions impending free-agent DE Ziggy Ansah will likely remain with the team in 2018 via either the franchise tag or a long-term deal, according to Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com.15 hours
14.Bortles signs contract extension with JAX (FFToday) The Jaguars answered their biggest off-season question Saturday night when they signed quarterback Blake Bortles to a contract extension through the 2020 season. Bortles was due a guaranteed $19 million this year had the Jaguars picked up his option by March 14. Per CBS Sports, Bortles’ deal includes $26.5 million guaranteed and worth $54 million over three years. Analysis: Bortles had an uneven 2017, starting the year off slow but did manage some solid performances from Week 13 on and was able to get his completion percentage to 60 percent for the first time in his car... (More)16 hours
15.Jaguars gift Bortles new 3-year, $54M de... (Rotoworld) Jaguars signed QB Blake Bortles to a new three-year, $54 million contract that includes $26.5 million guaranteed. Analysis: This comes after reports the Jaguars were exploring options to replace Bortles. The extension locks Bortles up through 2020, but Jacksonville will likely be able to escape the contract with relative ease as soon as 2019. Bortles' new deal is on the team-friendly side, placing him behind Ryan Tannehill in annual average. The Jaguars have a rising receiver tandem in Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole, and are expected to franchise impending free agent Allen Robinson, so B... (More)16 hours
16.49ers hoping to extend Tank Carradine (Rotoworld) NBC Bay Area's Matt Maiocco expects the 49ers to extend free agent DL Tank Carradine. Analysis: With Carlos Hyde and Eric Reid likely to test free agency, Carradine and Brock Coyle are the 49ers' top candidates for new deals. Carradine had a slow start to his career, but graded out positively over eight games (214 snaps) last year and can play multiple spots. An early-down run stopper, Carradine shouldn’t be a difficult re-sign.16 hours
17.Jaguars | Blake Bortles receives new deal (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Updating a previous report, Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles agreed to a new three-year contract with the Jaguars Saturday, Feb. 24, worth $54 million, according to a source. The deal includes $26.5 million in guaranteed money and could be worth as much as $66.5 million with incentives.16 hours
18.Jaguars | Blake Bortles close to extension (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles is close to agreeing to a multi-year contract extension with the Jaguars that will run through the 2020 season, according to sources.16 hours
19.Blake Bortles extended through 2020 (FantasyPros) The Florida Times-Union is reporting that the Jacksonville Jaguars have awarded QB Blake Bortles with a contract extension through 2020. Analysis: While there were reports suggesting that the Jaguars were exploring alternate options at QB this offseason, the team put an end to those rumors Saturday night, awarding Bortles with a two-year contract extension, locking him up until the 2020 season. Coming off of an outstanding 2017 season in which he finished as the QB13 from a fantasy perspective while leading the Jaguars to a 10-6 record and a trip to the AFC Champions... (More)16 hours
20.Danny Amendola to return to New England in 2018? (FantasyPros) New England Patriots beat writer Mike Reiss is reporting that the "feeling is positive" that impending free agent wide receiver Danny Amendola will remain with the New England Patriots in 2018. Analysis: Amendola, 32, isn't going anywhere unless he retires. Per Reiss, Amendola "wants to be in the position to play in meaningful games in December and hopefully into January." Plus, he has a "close" relationship with Tom Brady and Julian Edelman. At this point in his career, why would Amendola want to play football anywhere else? If he's in the NFL in 2018, I fully believ... (More)17 hours
21.Lions | Two RFAs could receive offers (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Detroit Lions restricted free-agent WR T.J. Jones and DE Brandon Copeland have a good chance to receive tender offers this offseason, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Michael Rothstein.17 hours
22.Lions | Teez Tabor could start (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Detroit Lions CB Teez Tabor is expected to compete for one of the starting cornerback jobs next season.17 hours
23.Broncos | Jake Butt may work with starters (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Denver Broncos TE Jake Butt (knee) likely will work with the first-team offense during offseason workouts.18 hours
24.Bradford 'absolutely' plans to play in 2... (Rotoworld) NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports free agent Sam Bradford plans to play this season. Analysis: This had been expected but wasn't a lock after knee issues limited Bradford to two games last year. Bradford was healthy enough to back up Case Keenum in the playoffs and is on track for a normal offseason. Bradford’s injury history will impact his guaranteed money, but he’s not going to struggle to land a starting role.18 hours
25.Jets | Xavier Cooper likely to receive offer (USA Today Fantasy Sports) New York Jets restricted free-agent DT Xavier Cooper likely will receive a tender offer this offseason.18 hours
26.Emmanuel Sanders likely staying in Denver (Dynasty League Football) In the linked article by Chris Wesseling, he cites Ian Rapoport saying the "Broncos don't wish to deal" Emmanuel Sanders.18 hours
27.Texans | Alfred Blue could return (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Houston Texans impending free-agent RB Alfred Blue could re-sign with the Texans this offseason, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Sarah Barshop.18 hours
28.Texans | D'Onta Foreman could see more touches (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Houston Texans RB D'Onta Foreman may take more touches from RB Lamar Miller next season and could take over as the team's top running back, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Sarah Barshop.18 hours
29.Miami could ask Ryan Tannehill to restru... (Rotoworld) The Dolphins could restructure Ryan Tannehill’s contract. Analysis: Tannehill has a $19.8 million cap hit, with $5.5 million of his salary guaranteed on the fifth day of the new league year. The Dolphins can save $17.5 million from cutting him and may ask Tannehill for a pay cut coming off knee surgery. Reshad Jones, Kenny Stills, Kiko Alonso and Andre Branch are also candidates to restructure.20 hours
30.Forrest Lamp likely to start at right gu... (Rotoworld) Chargers OL Forrest Lamp (knee) is the leading candidate to start at right guard. Analysis: Lamp was in line to start as a rookie before missing the entire year with a torn ACL. The Chargers expect him to be ready for training camp and are counting on him at one of their guard spots. With Matt Slauson a free agent, Dan Feeney could start opposite Lamp.20 hours
31.Jaguars | Corey Grant could have bigger role (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars RB Corey Grant could receive a bigger role on offense next season with RB Chris Ivory no longer on the team, in the opinion of The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran.20 hours
32.Bills | Buffalo had interest in Martavis Bryant (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Buffalo Bills had interest in acquiring Pittsburgh Steelers WR Martavis Bryant during the regular season.21 hours
33.Colts open to re-signing Rashaan Melvin (Rotoworld) The Colts want to re-sign free agent CB Rashaan Melvin. Analysis: Melvin had one of his better seasons in 2017, allowing just a 60.3 passer rating in coverage before getting shut down in late December. After moving on from Vontae Davis, bringing back Melvin is a top priority for the Colts. Melvin recently signed with the Rosenhaus Group and could push for top-20 corner money.21 hours
34.Brandon Bolden retained by Patriots (Dynasty League Football) The New England Patriots have re-signed running back Brandon Bolden to a one-year, $880,000 deal.21 hours
35.Steelers | PIT, Martavis Bryant not talking contract (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Pittsburgh Steelers WR Martavis Bryant has not had any contract extension talks with the Steelers. He is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next offseason.21 hours
36.Eagles | Torrey Smith expects to return (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Philadelphia Eagles WR Torrey Smith said he expects to be back with the Eagles next season even though the team would save $5 million in salary cap space if he is released.21 hours
37.Seahawks | Seattle may look at Bruce Irvin (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Oakland Raiders LB Bruce Irvin could be an option for the Seattle Seahawks if the Raiders release him this offseason, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Brady Henderson.22 hours
38.Texans | Shane Lechler expects to return (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Houston Texans impending free-agent P Shane Lechler is expected to re-sign with the Texans this offseason.22 hours
39.Falcons | Andre Roberts expects to hit market (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Atlanta Falcons impending free-agent WR Andre Roberts said he hopes to re-sign with the Falcons but expects to hit the free-agent market.22 hours
40.Seahawks | Three coaches brought aboard (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Seattle Seahawks have added three new coaches to their staff. Assistant defensive line coach Jethro Franklin replaces Dwaine Board, assistant special teams coach Larry Izzo fills the spot of Heath Farwell, who took a job with the Carolina Panthers this offseason, and offensive assistant Steve Shimko come on board.23 hours
41.Patriots | Brandon Bolden re-signs with NE (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The New England Patriots have re-signed RB Brandon Bolden to a one-year contract. The overall deal is worth $880,000, but Boston Globe reporter Ben Volin adds there is $170,000 in guaranteed money. Bolden has $110,000 salary and $60,000 in signing bonus guaranteed.23 hours
42.Torrey Smith 'expects' to return with Ea... (Rotoworld) Torrey Smith said he's "expecting to be back" with the Eagles in 2018. Analysis: The Eagles can create $5M in cap space by releasing Smith. Smith's thoughts don't match up with a recent report that the Eagles are likely to release him. His biggest impact came in the postseason, recording 13 receptions for 157 yards and a touchdown. With the emergence of Nelson Agholor and Mack Hollins in 2017, It seems unlikely the Eagles bring Smith back.23 hours
43.Lions expected to either tag or sign DE ... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Michael Rothstein "doesn't see" the Lions letting DE Ezekiel Ansah leave as an impending free agent. Analysis: Ansah ended the season on a high note with three sacks of Brett Hundley in the Week 17 finale, finishing the year tied for eighth in the league with 12 sacks. Nine of those dozen sacks came across three games, with Ansah disappearing for long stretches. The Lions, however, have nothing in terms of pass rushers behind Ansah, and the free-agent market is completely barren at the position. It makes sense for Detroit to franchise-tag Ansah for roughly $17 million... (More)23 hours
44.Corey Grant to be more involved in 2018? (Rotoworld) The Florida Times Union's Ryan O'Halloran believes the Jaguars will get Corey Grant more involved on offense in 2018. Analysis: With Chris Ivory's release, Grant and T.J. Yeldon are solidified as Leonard Fournette's backups. Grant will be a restricted free agent next month where he obviously could get signed away by another team. However, we'd expect the Jaguars to match any offers or simply re-sign Grant to a multi-year deal. He's a key special teamer and has averaged 6.65 YPC on 62 carries the past two seasons. 26-year-old Grant is worth stashing in Dynasty leagues.23 hours
45.Report: BUF tried to deal for Martavis i... (Rotoworld) According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the Bills "were trying to get involved last year" in a trade for Martavis Bryant. Analysis: We assume this happened around the trade deadline when Bryant voiced his desire to leave Pittsburgh when he lost his starting job to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Fowler believes teams came to the Steelers offering a fourth-rounder, but it wasn't enough in Pittsburgh's eyes. Fowler, however, does think a second- or high third-rounder could get the deal done this offseason. Bryant's contract expires after 2018, and he isn't expected to accept a long-term deal ... (More)23 hours
46.If he plays, Dola likely to stay with Pa... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Mike Reiss reports the "feeling is positive" that Danny Amendola will be on the Patriots if he decides to play another season. Analysis: Turning 33 in November, Amendola is an unrestricted free agent. He's mentioned before that playing for a contender matters more to him than how much money he makes. Coming off 26 catches for 348 yards and two touchdowns in the Patriots three playoff games, Amendola showed he definitely has some run left in him. It seems likely the Patriots will try and sign him on a team-friendly deal.1 day
47.Cowboys | Byron Jones could change positions (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Dallas Cowboys are uncertain if DB Byron Jones will be used as a cornerback or safety next season, according to executive vice president Stephen Jones. He has been used exclusively as a safety over the last two seasons but the team may be interested in moving CB Chido Awuzie to safety.1 day
48.Patriots re-sign RB Bolden to one-year d... (Rotoworld) Patriots re-signed RB Brandon Bolden to a one-year, $880,000 contract. Analysis: Bolden is a special teams-only player at this stage of his career. Nine of his 13 carries last season came in the meaningless regular-season finale against the Jets. Bolden won't be a factor in the Patriots' backfield in 2018.1 day
49.Blake Bortles on his way out of Jacksonville? (FantasyPros) Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio is reporting that in regards to the quarterback position, the Jacksonville Jaguars "currently are exploring their options, actively."1 day
50.Martellus Bennett to return in 2018? (FantasyPros) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting New England Patriots TE Martellus Bennett wants to play in 2018. Analysis: Although Bennett announced that he would retire this offseason back in October of 2017, he was still a member of the Green Bay Packers. However, since that remark, Bennett was waived by the Packers, claimed by New England, then was placed on the injured reserve list with shoulder and hamstring injuries. Now that Bennett intends to return this season, the Patriots have a "decision to make," as Rapoport eluded to. The soon-to-be 31-year-old tight end is due... (More)1 day
51.Isaiah Crowell on his way out of Cleveland? (FantasyPros) Cleveland Browns beat writer Tony Grossi is suggesting that the team will move on from RB Isaiah Crowell this offseason. Analysis: In the midst of a conversation on Twitter, a fan asked Grossi who he thinks will be the starting RB for the Browns in Week 1. Grossi replied "a high draft pick," eluding to the point that Crowell is on his way out. The 25-year-old running back, who spent his entire four-year career with the Browns is an impending free agent on March 14 and should garner a respectable payday in a weak free agent running back class. However, because RBs are... (More)1 day
52.Panthers | Charles Johnson to be cut? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Carolina Panthers DE Charles X. Johnson will likely be cut to save $3.25 million in cap space, according to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer.1 day
53.Jaguars | Replacement for Blake Bortles? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Jacksonville Jaguars are actively pursuing upgrades to QB Blake Bortles, according to a league source.1 day
54.Titans | Tennessee eyeing Jarvis Landry? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Tennessee Titans could trade for Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.1 day
55.Panthers | New targets for Cam Newton? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Carolina Panthers WR Devin Funchess, WR Curtis Samuel and WR Damiere Byrd are the only receivers who should feel safe entering the 2018 season, according to David Newton of ESPN.com, and Newton believes the receiving corps could undergo a complete overhaul.1 day
56.Report: Jaguars exploring quarterback op... (Rotoworld) ProFootballTalk reports the Jaguars are "exploring their quarterback options" in free agency.1 day
57.Texans | Anthony Weaver receives extension (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Houston Texans defensive line coach Anthony Weaver signed a two-year extension Friday, Feb. 23, that will run through the 2020 season.1 day
58.Cowboys | Dez Bryant has not been asked to rework deal (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant said the Cowboys have not asked him to take a pay cut at this point. He said he can't see himself playing for another team.1 day
59.Browns not expected to re-sign Isaiah Cr... (Rotoworld) The Browns are expected to move on from free agent Isaiah Crowell. Analysis: This isn't surprising after the Browns passed on extending Crowell last year. Entering his age-25 season, Crowell should draw interest as an early-down committee back in power schemes. The Browns may look to replace Crowell with one of their two first-round picks.1 day
60.49ers | SF had interest in Marcus Peters (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The San Francisco 49ers had interest in acquiring Kansas City Chiefs CB Marcus Peters, but Peters is expected to be traded to the Los Angeles Rams, according to a source.1 day
61.Panthes likely to cut Charles Johnson (Rotoworld) The Charlotte Observer expects the Panthers to release DE Charles Johnson. Analysis: It's an easy decision with Johnson coming off a zero-sack season. 31-year-old Johnson has no plans to retire but isn't going to be back with the Panthers. Carolina can create $3.25 million in cap savings from cutting Johnson.1 day
62.Jets LG James Carpenter not a lock to re... (Rotoworld) ESPN New York considers LG James Carpenter a candidate for release. Analysis: Carpenter had a down 2017, grading near the bottom of PFF's ratings. The Jets have $15 million tied up in LT Kelvin Beachum and RG Brian Winters but aren't as committed to Carpenter, who's owed $6.8 million in the final year of his deal. Releasing Carpenter would save $4.7 million versus the cap. Carpenter is still just 29 (next month) and hasn't missed a start in three years with New York.1 day
63.Chris Ivory released (Dynasty League Football) In a long expected move, the Jaguars have released Chris Ivory Analysis: Ivory will turn 30 in March and was inactive multiple times to end the 2017 season. In all likelihood he'll land at least one more one-year deal but is all but off the dynasty radar as is. This news is more important for T.J. Yeldon owners as he's now the clear backup for Leonard Fournette and is a free agent in 2019. At 24 years of age, there's plenty of runway for the 6'1"/223 lbs. back as he seeks a starting gig. On DLF's dynasty positio... (More)1 day
64.Tyrell Adams: Signs with Colts (RotoWire) Adams signed a contract with Indianapolis on Friday, Colts' public relations assistant Christian Edwards reports. Analysis: Adams has been around the NFL since 2015 but has only played in 12 games over his three year career, amassing 21 tackles in those tilts. He started the season on the Raiders before being released in October. He'll look to catch on as a depth linebacker and special teams player while with the Colts in 2018.1 day
65.Top quarterbacks expected to throw at Co... (Rotoworld) Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield will partitipate in throwing drills at the NFL Combine. Analysis: This falls in line with the recent trend of quarterbacks throwing the last two years. Wyoming’s Josh Allen, Oklahoma State’s Mason Rudolph, UCLA’s Josh Rosen, USC's Sam Darnold and Louisville's Lamar Jackson are also expected to participate.1 day
66.Bengals land league-high 4 compensatory ... (Rotoworld) The Bengals were awarded a league-high four compensatory picks for the 2018 draft. Analysis: Dallas, Green Bay and Oakland also landed four picks. The Bengals were hit hard in 2017 free agency, losing Kevin Zeitler, Andrew Whitworth, Rex Burkhead, and Karlos Dansby. The Cardinals (97th overall) have the top compensatory pick in this year's draft.1 day
67.Steelers not shopping Martavis Bryant? (Rotoworld) Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Steelers "have not made any attempts to move" Martavis Bryant. Analysis: La Canfora added that the Steelers "aren't calling teams or soliciting calls" on Bryant. This conflicts with an earlier report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who said Pittsburgh was "listening to potential deals." Bryant ruffled feathers by complaining about his role last season but is only due $705,000 in 2018. If the Steelers stand pat, Bryant will return as the No. 3 wideout behind Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster.1 day
68.Larry Pinkard: Waived by Jaguars (RotoWire) Pinkard (concussion) was waived by the Jaguars on Friday. Analysis: Pinkard, who was waived/injured by the Jaguars in late December, finished the 2017 season on injured reserve due to a concussion he suffered in Week 14. It isn't clear if he's healthy at this juncture.1 day
69.Chargers | Nick Novak healthy (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Los Angeles Chargers impending free-agent PK Nick Novak (hip) said he has completely recovered from his hip injury and plans to play in 2018.1 day
70.David Harris: Announces retirement from NFL (RotoWire) Harris announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports. Analysis: Prior to his surprising release last summer, Harris was a consistent force in the middle of the Jets' defense for years after the team traded up to select the Michigan product in the second round of the 2007 draft. He ultimately racked up the second-most tackles in Jets history (1,087) during his 10 seasons with Gang Green and goes down as one of the team's all-time great defenders despite being perennially underrated by the media. Factoring in his one-year stint in New England, Harris will finish his career with 1,109 tackles, 36... (More)1 day
71.Broncos | Emmanuel Sanders making progress (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) said his rehab is going well and believes his ankle is at around 95 percent.1 day
72.Rams | Trumaine Johnson not expected back (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Los Angeles Rams impending free-agent CB Trumaine Johnson is not expected to re-sign with the Rams this offseason since the team is scheduled to acquire Kansas City Chiefs CB Marcus Peters.1 day
73.Chiefs | Kansas City had interest in Robert Quinn (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Los Angeles Rams LB Robert Quinn has received trade interest from the Kansas City Chiefs, but he is not expected to be involved in the trade that will send CB Marcus Peters to the Rams.1 day
74.Bears | Bucs interested in reunion with Mike Glennon? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are expected to keep a close eye on Chicago Bears QB Mike Glennon, who is expected to be released this offseason.1 day
75.11-year vet David Harris announces retir... (Rotoworld) David Harris has announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons. Analysis: Harris spent his first 10 seasons with the Jets before finishing his career with the Patriots in 2017. A second-round draft pick out of Michigan, Harris was one of the league's better linebackers during his heyday, earning an All-Pro selection in 2009. Harris played sparingly in his final year, logging just 181 snaps over 10 games for New England. He recorded 1,110 tackles, 37 sacks, six interceptions and four fumble recoveries over 164 NFL appearances.1 day
76.Patriots | David Harris calls it a career (USA Today Fantasy Sports) New England Patriots LB David Harris announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday, Feb. 23.1 day
77.Bucs considering reunion with Mike Glenn... (Rotoworld) Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times expects the Buccaneers to monitor Mike Glennon "closely" this offseason. Analysis: It's a near certainty that Glennon will be cut this offseason after losing his starting job to Mitchell Trubisky and the Bucs are looking for a signal-caller to back up Jameis Winston. Glennon began his career in Tampa before joining the Bears on a three-year deal last offseason. The Bucs could also look to re-sign Ryan Fitzpatrick, who served as Winston's backup in 2017.1 day
78.Ex-OL Jon Martin threatens suicide, reve... (Rotoworld) Former Dolphins and 49ers OL Jonathan Martin has been taken into police custody after posting a disturbing image on Instagram of a shotgun and ammunition, threatening "suicide" and/or "revenge". Analysis: Martin was the famous victim of "Bullygate" while with the Dolphins back in 2013. In the photo he posted on Friday, Martin wrote, "When you're a bully victim & a coward, your options are suicide, or revenge." In the photo, there was a shotgun and several rounds of shells lying on a bed, and Martin tagged former Dolphins teammates OG Richie Incognito and C Mike Pouncey. Martin also tagged t... (More)1 day
79.Saints | Cameron Jordan had minor foot surgery (USA Today Fantasy Sports) New Orleans Saints TE Cameron Jordan (foot) underwent minor surgery on his left foot within the last two weeks, according to a source. Jordan is currently wearing a walking boot and expected to need between four and six weeks to recover.1 day
80.Cameron Jordan: Undergoes foot surgery (RotoWire) Jordan recently underwent minor surgery on his left foot, Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Analysis: Jordan, who currently requires a protective boot and scooter to move around, reportedly underwent a voluntary procedure that had more to do with "pain tolerance" than anything else. The fact that he played in the Pro Bowl prior to undergoing surgery suggests the situation truly is minor in nature. The 2017 All-Pro defensive end is expected to be recovered within 4-6 weeks and should therefore be healthy in time for the Saints' offseason program this spring.1 day
81.Cameron Jordan had foot surgery (FantasyPros) Cameron Jordan had foot surgery but should be ready for the offseason OTA's, etc. Analysis: IDP owners should not be worried, it sounds like a minor clean up procedure. All indications are we can expect him to be fine.1 day
82.Cameron Jordan recovering from foot surg... (Rotoworld) Saints DE Cameron Jordan recently underwent surgery on his left foot. Analysis: The surgery will require a 4-6 week recovery. If Jordan was injured last year, he sure didn't play like it. The 28-year-old appeared in every game for New Orleans while earning All-Pro honors for the first time in his career. It would be a surprise if Jordan isn't ready for OTAs.1 day
83.Report: Dolphins expected to deal Landry (Rotoworld) According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, it would be a "stunner" if the Dolphins did not trade franchise player Jarvis Landry in the next few weeks. Analysis: Per Beasley, the Dolphins remain "open" to signing Landry to a long-term deal but a trade remains the "likeliest outcome." The Ravens should be in the mix for Landry after attempting to trade for him last year. Beasley also mentioned the Browns, who own six of top 65 picks in the upcoming draft, and the 49ers as possible suitors. If the Dolphins can't trade Landry in the coming weeks, it would se... (More)1 day
84.Eagles | Trey Burton unlikely to return to Philly (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Philadelphia Eagles impending free-agent TE Trey Burton reportedly recently received a contract offer he "didn't consider serious" and is expected to sign with another team when free agency begin in March, according to a source.1 day
85.Chiefs | KC set to ship Marcus Peters to Rams (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Kansas City Chiefs agreed to trade CB Marcus Peters to the Los Angeles Rams on Friday, Feb. 23. The Chiefs' return in the trade has yet to be disclosed, but they are expected to receive only draft picks in return. Per league rules, no trade can be made official until the start of the new league year on March 14.1 day
86.Rams | LA Rams set to land Marcus Peters (USA Today Fantasy Sports) The Los Angeles Rams agreed to acquire CB Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday, Feb. 23. The Chiefs' return in the trade has yet to be disclosed, but they are expected to receive only draft picks in return. Per league rules, no trade can be made official until the start of the new league year on March 14.1 day
87.I'tavius Mathers: Waived by Jaguars (RotoWire) Mathers (spine) was waived by the Jaguars on Friday. Analysis: Mathers spent the entire 2017 season on injured reserve after injuring his spine in August. It isn't clear where he stands on the health front at this juncture.1 day
88.Nick Novak fully recovered from hip inju... (Rotoworld) Free agent K Nick Novak has fully recovered from his strained hip. Analysis: He suffered the injury in a Thanksgiving win over Dallas. The Chargers will allow Novak to reach the market, though they haven't closed the door on re-signing him. Travis Coons filled in after Novak went on I.R. in early December.1 day
89.Jaguars | Jags hand out front-office extensions (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars executive vice president Tom Coughlin, general manager David Caldwell and head coach Doug Marrone were given two-year contract extensions Friday, Feb. 23.1 day
90.Marcus Peters: Traded to Rams (RotoWire) The Chiefs agreed to trade Peters to the Rams on Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The deal won't officially go through until March 14, while the Chiefs are expected to receive a package of draft picks in return. It's a surprising move for a Kansas City team that could've kept Peters around for two more years on his current rookie deal, especially when considering the 2015 first-rounder has seven more interceptions than any other player in the league since 2015, including the playoffs. By comparison, only Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed had more interceptions (22) in his first three seasons than Peters' 21. The newly ... (More)1 day
91.Jags sign Doug Marrone to two-year exten... (Rotoworld) Jaguars signed coach Doug Marrone to a two-year extension through 2021. Analysis: Executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin and GM Dave Caldwell have also agreed to two-year extensions. Marrone enjoyed a hugely successful 2017 season, leading Jacksonville to its first AFC title game since 1999. With excellent young talent on both sides of the ball (particularly on defense), the Jags should be a contender in the AFC for many years to come. This is Marrone's second head-coaching job following a previous stint in Buffalo.1 day
92.Eagles moving on from Trey Burton (Rotoworld) According to Matt Lombardo of NJ.com, the Eagles are unlikely to re-sign free agent TE Trey Burton. Analysis: Burton was a backup in 2017 but played well when called upon, totaling 112 yards and three touchdowns in two games without Zach Ertz. He also threw a touchdown pass to Nick Foles on the famous Philly Special play in Super Bowl LII. The 26-year-old should catch on as a starter elsewhere.1 day
93.Emmanuel Sanders: Nearing full recovery (RotoWire) Sanders (ankle) has resumed running and is nearing a full recovery, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. "It's going well, my ankle is recovering," Sanders said. "Right now, I feel like I'm 95 percent." Analysis: Sanders sustained a "major" sprained ankle and tibia contusion in Week 5 against the Giants and his recovery has been complicated by swelling, a limited range of motion and diminished strength, according to the doctor in charge of his rehabilitation. However, barring any setbacks, it sounds like he could be recovered in time for OTAs in late April or early May.1 day
94.Report: Chiefs wanted Robert Quinn from ... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs "were pushing to trade for" Rams OLB Robert Quinn in talks around CB Marcus Peters, but Quinn is unlikely to be part of the package. Analysis: Quinn, 28 in May, was once one of the most feared pass rushers in the sport after accumulating 40 sacks from 2012-2014, but he missed a bunch of time to injury in 2015 and 2016 before notching 8.5 sacks in his first year as a 3-4 outside linebacker under DC Wade Phillips last year. There's been some chatter the Rams could release him, which would clear over $11.4 million in cap space. ... (More)1 day
95.Emmanuel Sanders' ankle at 95 percent (Rotoworld) Emmanuel Sanders said his ankle is at "95 percent." Analysis: Sanders battled a sprained ankle throughout 2017, missing four games and falling short of 1,000 yards for the first time in four seasons. He's been rehabbing the injury in Houston since the end of the season and appears to be making progress. "It's going well, my ankle is recovering," said Sanders. "It got damaged on a tackle and it lingered." The 30-year-old should be ready for OTAs in a couple of months.1 day
96.Jaguars | Jacksonville parts ways with three (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Jacksonville Jaguars RB I'Tavius Mathers, WR Larry Pinkard and DB Jarrod Harper were released Friday, Feb. 23. Analysis: Jacksonville Jaguars RB I'Tavius Mathers, WR Larry Pinkard and DB Jarrod Harper were released Friday, Feb. 23.1 day
97.Rams likely to move on from Trumaine Joh... (Rotoworld) The Rams will likely move on from free agent CB Trumaine Johnson following the team's acquisition of Marcus Peters. Analysis: The Rams assigned him the franchise tag for the second straight year in 2017, but never came close to reaching a long-term deal and will now let Johnson walk after acquiring Peters from Kansas City. Johnson regressed last season, earning PFF's No. 75 grade out of 120 qualifiers at cornerback. Despite this, the 28-year-old should be among the most coveted defensive backs on the market this winter.1 day
98.Rams | Marcus Peters on the move? (USA Today Fantasy Sports) Kansas City Chiefs CB Marcus Peters is on the verge of being traded to the Los Angeles Rams, according to sources. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the teams are in the final stages of talks and a deal could be agreed to as early as Friday, Feb. 23.1 day
99.Chiefs and Rams finalizing trade for CB Marcus Peters (FantasyPros) ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams are in the final stages of a trade that would send cornerback Marcus Peters to the Rams. Analysis: We don't have the details quite yet, but this deal is apparently all but done. Peters has been one of the premier cornerbacks in the league for the last two years, but a divorce between him and the Chiefs seemed imminent after his benching in Week 14 last year. Peters hasn't been a shadow cornerback in his time with the Chiefs, sticking to the left side of the field, but it's unclear ... (More)1 day
100.Report: Chiefs shipping Marcus Peters to... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs and Rams are "in the final stages of talks" on a trade that will send CB Marcus Peters to Los Angeles. Analysis: Per Schefter, the deal is expected to be agreed to as early as Friday, barring an unexpected snag. Of course, the deal can't become official until the new league year opens on March 14, but it appears the Rams have their new No. 1 corner. With Trumaine Johnson set for free agency next month and no signs of a long-term deal, Peters will likely slide into his spot on defense. No. 2 CB Kayvon Webster is still recovering from a ... (More)1 day

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