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1.Dynasty | Jonathan Stewart retires (Dynasty League Football) Jonathan Stewart has retired after 11 NFL seasons. Analysis: Carolina signed running back Jonathan Stewart to a one-day contract so he could retire as a Panther today. Early in his career, Stewart was easily one of the most coveted running backs in dynasty leagues. After all, he rushed for nearly 2,000 yards and scored 20 touchdowns in his first two seasons in a part-time role alongside DeAngelo Williams. Owners were salivating at the thought of Stewart eventually becoming a three-down... (More)14 minutes
2.Frank Clark: Trade to Kansas City imminent (RotoWire) The Seahawks and Chiefs are closing in on a trade of Clark to Kansas City, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: As for compensation, the Chiefs are expected to send a 2019 first-round pick and 2020 second-round selection to Seattle while swapping picks in the middle rounds. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the deal won't be official until the Chiefs and Clark agree to terms of a long-term contract. Once it goes through, the Chiefs will have totally retooled their pass rush this offseason, exchanging Dee Ford (49ers) and Justin Houston (Colts) for Clark and Emmanuel Ogbah (Browns).14 minutes
3.Robbie Gould: Asks for trade (RotoWire) Gould has requested a trade and no longer intends to negotiate with the 49ers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Gould sent the team proposals for a multi-year contract after he received the franchise tag in February, but he's now shifted his focus to finding a way out of San Francisco. He may be angling for a return to Chicago, where the placekicking depth chart currently features a trio of unproven players -- Redford Jones, Chris Blewitt and Elliott Fry. The 36-year-old Gould served as Chicago's kicker from 2005 to 2015, converting 85.4 percent of his field-goal attempts and 99 percent of his PATs. He was even better the past... (More)14 minutes
4.Marcus Maye: Practicing with team (RotoWire) Maye (shoulder) is practicing without restrictions at the Jets' offseason program, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports. Analysis: Maye might have limitations once padded practices begin, but he seems to have made good progress in his recovery from Dec. 4 shoulder surgery. He's locked in as the starter at free safety, averaging 5.1 tackles in 22 games (all starts) since the Jets selected him at No. 39 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.14 minutes
5.Colt McCoy: Gets third surgery on leg (RotoWire) McCoy recently had a third surgery on his fractured right fibula, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Analysis: McCoy missed the final four weeks of the regular season, but his efforts to make a quick return prevented the injury from healing properly. He's now had two surgeries during the offseason and hasn't been able to participate in any of Washington's voluntary workout program. The 32-year-old eventually is expected to battle Case Keenum for the starting job, though the nature of the competition could change if the team drafts or trades for a young quarterback. There doesn't seem to be any expectation of Alex Smith (leg) ... (More)24 minutes
6.Le'Veon Bell: Not present for voluntary workouts (RotoWire) Bell hasn't been present at the Jets' team facility since the first week of voluntary workouts, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. Analysis: This doesn't seem to be a point of contention, as Bell likely informed the Jets of his plan when he signed a four-year, $52.5 million contract last month. He's always preferred to work out on his own during the offseason -- something that may have played a role in his inability to secure a long-term contract with Pittsburgh. In any case, the 27-year-old has plenty of time to get in shape and learn coach Adam Gase's playbook before rejoining his teammates for OTAs in May or mandatory minicamp ... (More)1 hour
7.Chris Long 'undecided' on playing in 201... (Rotoworld) Eagles DE Chris Long remains "undecided" about playing in 2019. Analysis: "From the looks of things they’re going to make it hard for me in my favorite city," Long continued. "We'll see." It sounds like the Eagles want Long to take a pay cut. He is currently scheduled to make $3.5 million with a $2 million roster bonus due in May. That bonus will be the deadline for a decision.1 hour
8.Jonathan Stewart: Retires from football (RotoWire) Stewart (foot) is retiring from the NFL. Analysis: Stewart is signing a one-day contract to retire with the Panthers after a lost 2018 campaign in New York. The 2008 first-round pick played 10 of his 11 pro seasons for Carolina, peaking at 1,133 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns in 2009. Stewart retires as the franchise leader in carries (1,699), rushing yards (7,318) and rushing touchdowns (51), finishing slightly ahead of longtime backfield mate DeAngelo Williams in each category.1 hour
9.Jets LB Darron Lee skipping voluntary wo... (Rotoworld) Jets LB Darron Lee did not report for OTAs. Analysis: Lee's roster spot is in question after the Jets signed C.J. Mosley to a big deal in free agency, so it makes sense for him to stay away from the team until the situation is resolved. That could happen this weekend during the draft. Coming off his best season as a pro, Lee should draw interest if the Jets make him available.2 hours
10.Bengals waive DT Adolphus Washington (Rotoworld) Bengals waived DT Adolphus Washington. Analysis: Signed off the Cowboys' practice squad last September, Washington played four games for the Bengals before landing on injured reserve with a knee injury. The 2016 third-round pick will look to latch on to a camp roster after the draft.2 hours
11.Jonathan Stewart retires after 11 season... (Rotoworld) Jonathan Stewart retired after 11 seasons in the NFL. Analysis: Stewart signed a one-day contract to retire with the Panthers, the team which made him the 13th overall pick back in 2008 and was his home for 10 of 11 seasons. Early in his career, Stewart formed a dynamic partnership with DeAngelo Williams, and the pair helped carry the team to a 12-4 record in 2008. Stewart struggled with injuries throughout most of his career, but he was able to appear in at least 13 games each of his final four seasons in Carolina, averaging almost 925 yards from scrimmage and seven touchdowns over that ... (More)3 hours
12.Lynch says Gould will be on team in 2019 (Rotoworld) 49ers GM John Lynch said franchise-tagged K Robbie Gould will be on the team in 2019. Analysis: "We would like it to be longer than that," Lynch added. "We’ve made an attempt to make that happen. We haven’t come to an agreement as of yet, but we’ll see where that goes." Gould has skipped voluntary work so far this offseason and has yet to sign his franchise tender. There have been reports Gould wants to leave, perhaps to return to Chicago, and the 49ers reportedly checked in with Stephen Gostkowski before he re-signed with the Patriots. Despite Lynch's confidence, i... (More)3 hours
13.Mike Hughes (ACL) has resumed running (Rotoworld) Vikings CB Mike Hughes (ACL) has resumed running. Analysis: A video from the Vikings' facility shows Hughes running in a straight line with a brace on his left knee. It is good progress for a player who tore his ACL back in October. Hughes appears to be on track for Week 1.3 hours
14.Colt McCoy underwent another leg procedu... (Rotoworld) Colt McCoy underwent a third procedure on his broken leg. Analysis: According to coach Jay Gruden, McCoy suffered a setback because he and the team were too "aggressive" in their attempts to get him back on the field late last season. "We didn’t give it time enough to heal the right way," Gruden said, "so they went back in and did a small procedure to make sure that thing is on track to be full strength by the season." McCoy reportedly could be back with the team next week, but this is beginning to look like an injury that will linger.3 hours
15.OBJ: I am a cancer to teams ok with losi... (Rotoworld) Odell Beckham tweeted he is a "cancer" to a team "that’s ok [with] losing because I want to win that BADDD."4 hours
16.GB pleasantly surprised by Madison's ret... (Rotoworld) Packers GM Brian Gutekunst was pleasantly surprised by OG Cole Madison's return to the team. Analysis: A fifth-round pick last year, Madison sat out all of his rookie season because of a personal issue, and there were reports he would never play football again. He reported to the team at the start of offseason workouts earlier this month, however, and it appears as if he will continue his career. Madison will likely battle for a backup job in camp.4 hours
17.Payton: Davenport will be a 'dominant pl... (Rotoworld) Saints coach Sean Payton expects 2018 first-round DE Marcus Davenport to be "a dominant player for us." Analysis: New Orleans traded their first-round pick this year to trade up for Davenport, who was slowed by injuries as a rookie and recorded just 4.5 sacks. Even so, the Saints do not regret the trade. "We saw some real good traits where we fell like this guy is going to be a dominant player for us," Payton said. "[He played] exceptionally against Minnesota and exceptional two or three other games for us. His toe slowed him down." Davenport underwent surge... (More)4 hours
18.Ravens pick up Ronnie Stanley's rookie o... (Rotoworld) Ravens exercised LT Ronnie Stanley's fifth-year option for 2020.4 hours
19.Chargers pick up Joey Bosa's 5th-year op... (Rotoworld) Chargers exercised DE Joey Bosa's fifth-year option for 2020. Analysis: He is now scheduled to make around $14 million in 2020, which will be the final year of his rookie deal. Bosa has dealt with some injuries, but he has been a monster when on the field, recording 28.5 sacks in 35 career games. The Chargers will likely look to sign him to a long-term deal next offseason.4 hours
20.Michigan DL Rashan Gary has labral tear (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Michigan DL Rashan Gary has a labral tear in his shoulder. Analysis: Gary reportedly suffered the injury in college but was able to play through it. Rapoport adds "most believe he can play this season" before getting the shoulder fixed next offseason. Still, it is a red flag for a player who was already a polarizing prospect. Despite outstanding testing numbers, it is possible Gary falls out of the first round.4 hours
21.SEA wants Jets' No. 3 pick for DE Frank ... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Connor Hughes reports the Seahawks want the No. 3 overall pick from the Jets in exchange for franchise-tagged DE Frank Clark. Analysis: Per Hughes, the Jets "won't give it up," and obviously nobody could blame them. Hughes believes the Chiefs are the "most likely" to iron something out with Seattle in a Clark trade. There's been a whole lot of smoke surround Clark, and it almost seems inevitable at this point that he gets dealt by the end of the week. The Colts are also said to be in the mix for Clark.17 hours
22.Robbie Gould: Remains anticipated starter (RotoWire) General manager John Lynch said Monday that Gould "will be a part of [the 49ers] this coming year," Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Analysis: Though Gould has yet to sign his franchise tag and is skipping voluntary workouts, it appears that the 49ers have no real concerns about the 36-year-old starting in 2019. Through his first two seasons in San Francisco, Gould boasts a 96 percent conversion rate on field-goal attempts and a 93.2 percent conversion rate on PATs. Gould and the 49ers still have time to come to terms on a multi-year deal this offseason.18 hours
23.Da'Norris Searcy: Recovery remains on track (RotoWire) Searcy (concussion) will play during the 2019 season, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports. Analysis: Searcy played only two games in 2018 as his season was derailed by concussions, but is on track to get healthy and return for 2019. The 30-year-old projects to play a key role in Carolina's secondary, but is not locked in to start at safety with Eric Reid having signed a three-year deal with the Panthers earlier this offseason.18 hours
24.Kevon Seymour: Receives medical clearance (RotoWire) The Panthers announced Monday that Seymour (shoulder) was cleared for their offseason training program, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports. Analysis: Seymour spent last season on injured reserve due to undergoing double-labrum repair surgery, but appears on track for Week 1 of the 2019 season. The 25-year-old projects to play a reserve role in Carolina's secondary.18 hours
25.Grady Jarrett signs his $15.2M franchise... (Rotoworld) Falcons re-signed DT Grady Jarrett to a one-year, $15.209 million contract. Analysis: It's the value of the franchise tag for Jarrett. A standout 26-year-old, Jarrett will look to have another big year in 2019 for what should be a much-improved Falcons defense that gets back a handful of players who missed large chunks of 2018 with injuries. Jarrett should cash in next offseason.18 hours
26.Dynasty | TJ Yeldon signs with Buffalo (Dynasty League Football) The Bills have signed running back TJ Yeldon to a two-year contract. Analysis: Yeldon hoped to cash in this off-season with a long-term contract with a big guarantee. While terms of his deal haven't been disclosed, it's safe to say he's disappointed with how his market failed to materialize and forced him to settle for just a two-year deal. This is a sneaky pickup for the Bills, who now have LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore and Yeldon in the backfield. While Yeldon has never been a dynamic runner (he's averaged right around four yards per carry during his four year career in Jacksonville), he�... (More)19 hours
27.Mike Purcell: Signs on with Denver (RotoWire) Purcell signed a contract with the Broncos on Monday. Analysis: The 28-year-old nose tackle has 42 career games under his belt, but has not appeared on an active roster since 2016. Purcell projects to serve as a reserve option behind Shelby Harris and faces a tough path to the 53-man roster.20 hours
28.Cameron Brate: Aiming for training camp (RotoWire) Brate (hip) likely will miss OTAs and June minicamp, but he expects to be cleared for the start of training camp, Scott Reynolds of Pewter Report reports. Analysis: In addition to providing a timeline for his return from January surgery, Brate revealed that he played the entire 2018 season -- all 16 games -- with a torn labrum in his hip. He suffered massive drop-offs for catches (30), receiving yards (289) and efficiency (5.9 yards per target), but he remained useful in the red zone with six scores on 12 chances. Brate's 20 touchdowns over the past three seasons are tied for second among tight ends, with Jameis Winston consistently t... (More)20 hours
29.J.J. Wilcox: Lands in Atlanta (RotoWire) Wilcox agreed to a one-year deal with the Falcons on Monday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Wilcox suited up for seven games between the Colts and Jets last season without a single start, notching seven tackles in that span. The 28-year-old projects to provide the Falcons with depth at the safety position behind Keanu Neal (knee) and Ricardo Allen (Achilles).20 hours
30.Report: Pats showing interest in Will Gr... (Rotoworld) Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline speculates West Virginia QB Will Grier could be drafted "as early as the late part of Round 1." Analysis: "The New England Patriots have shown a ton of interest in Grier and could draft him as the first round closes out," Pauline writes. He also mentions the Giants and Panthers as interested suitors, the latter who have "an infatuation" with the West Virginia signal-caller and "will consider him in the second round." Grier hasn't received the same notoriety or buzz as Daniel Jones, Dwayne Haskins, and other throwers behind top-ranked Oklahoma standout Kyler Murray,... (More)21 hours
31.Falcons add ex-Cowboys, Colts S J.J. Wil... (Rotoworld) Falcons signed S J.J. Wilcox to a one-year contract. Analysis: Wilcox laced up for five games with the Jets last season before being outright released in October. He eventually signed on with the Colts, notching six tackles in Indy's AFC Divisional Round loss to the Chiefs. He joins Chris Cooper and Afolabi Laguda as recent additions to Atlanta's safety room.21 hours
32.Rosen's primary options are NYG, LAC, an... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the three "primary" suitors for Josh Rosen are the Giants, Chargers, and Dolphins. Analysis: SNY's Ralph Vacchiano recently reported the G-Men have "no interest" in sending the No. 6 or No. 17 pick to Arizona in exchange for Rosen. Unless GM Dave Gettleman has wavered on his hard-nosed stance of refusing to offer their No. 37 selection, too, it's likely the second-year UCLA product lands elsewhere. Miami's interest connects with Peter King's report that no team has done more work on Rosen the past few weeks than the Dolphins. The Fins coul... (More)21 hours
33.Report: OAK considering 'surprise' at No... (Rotoworld) NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders are considering "some sort of surprise pick" at No. 4 overall that would "necessitate absolute secrecy." Analysis: Per Rapoport, a pick that "we are not expecting" seems to be in the offing. Forced to speculate on who that might be, Rapsheet mentioned LSU LB Devin White, a quarterback or offensive lineman. The Raiders, who are still looking to replace Khalil Mack, are in a defensive line-rich part of the board, but coach Jon Gruden has made it clear he is listening to no one but himself. Gruden is fast developing into the second coming of Al Davis.22 hours
34.La Canfora 'convinced' Lock is first-rou... (Rotoworld) CBS' Jason La Canfora is "convinced" Missouri QB Drew Lock will go in the first round. Analysis: La Canfora came to his conclusion after speaking with "several evaluators who have no QB skin in the game." He speculates someone like Broncos GM John Elway could consider a trade back into the first round for the SEC product. For what it is worth, that is something Elway has done in the past, while the Broncos have been connected to Lock.22 hours
35.Redskins could still draft quarterback (Rotoworld) Speaking Monday, Redskins senior VP Doug Williams said the team is open to selecting a quarterback at No. 15 overall. Analysis: Williams was simply confirming the obvious that Case Keenum's acquisition did not preclude the club from seeking its quarterback of the future. "We were able to trade for Case, but that does not put us out of the realm of picking a quarterback if there is one there that we like at 15," was Williams' exact quote. The Redskins have also been connected to Arizona's Josh Rosen. Keenum is not the answer, and injury may prevent Alex Smith from ever playing again.23 hours
36.Ross Cockrell: Gains medical clearence (RotoWire) The Panthers announced Monday that Cockrell (leg) was cleared for their offseason training program, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports. Analysis: Cockrell suffered a left tibia fracture in training camp last year and finally gained medical clearance. The 27-year-old was solid during his last full NFL season in 2017, racking up 50 tackles (37 solo) and three interceptions in 16 games. Expect Cockrell to be a full-go for training camp and compete for a spot in the Panthers secondary.23 hours
37.Evan Boehm officially signs RFA tender (Rotoworld) Colts re-signed G/C Evan Boehm to a one-year, $2.025 million contract. Analysis: Boehm was a restricted free agent tendered at the original-round level. Boehm is the top reserve along the Colts' interior, making three starts and playing 374 snaps last season. 2019 will be his age-26 campaign.23 hours
38.Loomis declines comment on Thomas' contr... (Rotoworld) Speaking Monday, Saints GM Mickey Loomis declined comment on Michael Thomas' contract situation. Analysis: Thomas is going into the final year of his rookie deal. He is not eligible for a fifth-year team option since he was a second-round pick. Off to one of the best starts for a wide receiver in NFL history, Thomas is likely angling to become the highest-paid wideout in the league. The franchise tag looms as a 2020 possibility.1 day
39.Billy Winn: Signs with Denver (RotoWire) Winn (knee) signed an undisclosed contract with the Broncos on Monday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Winn previously was with the Broncos in 2017, but suffered a torn ACL in a preseason game and hasn't seen the field since. The 30-year-old has racked up 111 tackles (68 solo), three sacks and two forced fumbles in 68 career games. If he's fully healthy, Winn will add depth to the defensive front.1 day
40.Packers plan to exercise Kenny Clark's o... (Rotoworld) The Packers plan to exercise NT Kenny Clark's fifth-year team option for 2020. Analysis: "He's a dominant player on the defensive front," GM Brian Gutekunst said Monday. The only negative for the No. 27 overall pick of the 2016 draft has been injury, as he suffered a high-ankle sprain in 2017 and had his 2018 cut short by an elbow issue. 2019 will be Clark's age-24 campaign.1 day
41.Jets unlikely to pass on Quinnen William... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Connor Hughes reports "few around the league" believe the Jets would pass on Alabama DT Quinnen Williams if he falls to No. 3 overall. Analysis: Hughes also reports that the Jets are willing to trade back, and that the Raiders are smitten with Houston's Ed Oliver. Oakland comes one pick after Gang Green, so perhaps if Williams goes No. 2 to the 49ers, the Jets will make the move. Williams seems certain to go in the top five.1 day
42.Report: Raiders 'love' Houston's Ed Oliv... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Connor Hughes reports the Raiders "love" Houston DL Ed Oliver. Analysis: The Jets have been connected to Oliver, but Hughes considers the Raiders "worth keeping an eye on." Per Hughes, Gang Green is "very much interested" in trading back. The Jets pick third with the Raiders coming one selection later. The Raiders' plans have been a bit of a mystery, perhaps because there is no clear consensus on Nos. 2 or 3, either. After a tumultuous draft season, it appears Oliver is going to be a top selection after all.1 day
43.Frederick feels 'really good,' still cau... (Rotoworld) Travis Frederick (Guillain-Barre Syndrome) feels "really good" but does not know how his body will react once the pads go on. Analysis: Frederick missed all of last season while battling Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Asked if he will be ready for training camp, Frederick said he is "confident" but cannot be sure until he sees how his body responds. "We really won’t know until I get out and do it again," Frederick said. "I feel good in everything that I’m doing, and everything’s been on schedule or ahead of schedule. So I feel good. I’m excited to get back out there." Frederick's healthy return ... (More)1 day
44.Doug Williams: WAS needs 'go-to' receive... (Rotoworld) Senior VP of player personnel Doug Williams said Washington needs a "go-to" receiver. Analysis: Washington drafted Josh Doctson in the first round back in 2016 and gave Paul Richardson a big deal last season, but they still are looking for a difference maker at receiver. This year's draft class might not have a true blue-chip prospect, but it is deep with talented receivers who have the upside to become go-to options. Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf is one of those options, and he should be available at No. 15.1 day
45.Jets GM 'really likes' Houston DL Ed Oli... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Rich Cimini reports Jets GM Mike Maccagnan "really likes" Houston DL Ed Oliver. Analysis: The public perception of Oliver's draft stock has been a roller coaster since the season ended, but it now appears as if he could come off the board in the first five picks as many expected four months ago. That said, the Jets have been heavily linked with a trade down, so perhaps they are targeting Oliver later in the top ten. New York is reportedly down on Kentucky OLB Josh Allen, who will likely be the best player available at No. 3.1 day
46.Jerry Tillery (shoulder) 'ahead of sched... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Notre Dame DT Jerry Tillery is "ahead of schedule" in his recovery from March shoulder surgery. Analysis: According to Rapoport, Dr. Peter Millett expects Tillery to be 100 percent in early July, meaning he would be a full-go for training camp. This is almost certainly an agent-driven report, but it is better than bad news. Tillery is in the first-round mix.1 day
47.Broncos bring back DL Billy Winn (Rotoworld) Broncos signed DL Billy Winn.1 day
48.Tampa reportedly 'loves' LSU LB Devin Wh... (Rotoworld) MMQB's Albert Breer reports the Bucs love LSU LB Devin White. Analysis: Off-ball linebackers are not valued as highly as they once were, but White is one of the best players in this draft regardless of position. He would also fill a big need for the Bucs after they lost Kwon Alexander in free agency. White to Tampa at No. 5 makes a lot of sense.1 day
49.PHI, IND, OAK 'interested' in Bama RB Ja... (Rotoworld) NBC Sports' Peter King reports the Eagles, Colts, and Raiders are "quite interested" in Alabama RB Josh Jacobs. Analysis: King has the Raiders trading up to select Jacobs with the No. 21 pick in his mock draft, but the Eagles at No. 25 or the Colts at No. 26 could be options as well. In a down year at the position, Jacobs is the top running back available in the draft. He has a good chance to come off the board on Day 1.1 day
50.Report: Jets 'don't love' OLB Josh Allen (Rotoworld) NBC Sports' Peter King was told the Jets "don't love" Kentucky OLB Josh Allen. Analysis: As is seemingly always the case, the Jets need an edge rusher, and Allen is expected to be the top option on the board when New York gets on the clock. If they are lukewarm on him, however, the trade rumors which have surrounded the No. 3 pick in recent weeks make a lot of sense. The Jets are one of the more likely teams to trade down on Thursday night.1 day
51.Colts, Chiefs, Jets linked with Frank Cl... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks have spoken with several teams about trading franchise-tagged DE Frank Clark. Analysis: Rapoport mentioned the Colts, Chiefs, and Jets, and the Bills have also been linked with the pass rusher. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Seahawks are looking for "at least a first-round pick." Clark is owed $17.128 million under the terms of the franchise tag, but a long-term deal would likely be part of any trade agreement.1 day
52.Cards have gotten 'feeler calls' about N... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals have received "feeler calls" about the No. 1 overall pick. Analysis: Arizona is fully expected to select Kyler Murray with the first overall pick, but if they shockingly decide he is not the right fit, it makes a lot of sense to move out of the top spot. Rapoport reports the team will have a final meeting to discuss their options over the next couple of days. If Murray ends up being the pick, Arizona will almost certainly move 2018 first-rounder Josh Rosen this week.1 day
53.T.J. Yeldon: Lands in Buffalo on two-year pact (RotoWire) Yeldon signed a two-year contract with the Bills on Monday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Though he's already four seasons into his NFL career, the 25-year-old Yeldon will provide some youth to a Bills backfield that features LeSean McCoy (who turns 31 in July) and Frank Gore (36 in May) atop the depth chart. During his time in Jacksonville, Yeldon failed to emerge as a consistent bellcow for the Jaguars, but has nonetheless maintained a respectable career mark of 4.0 yards per carry. Instead, Yeldon has made his biggest impact as a pass catcher, and that's likely the area where he'll provide the most util... (More)1 day
54.Bills add to backfield with T.J. Yeldon (FFToday) The team announced a two-year contract agreement with running back on Monday. Yeldon, 25, is a former second-round draft pick of the Jaguars in 2015 who spent the first four years of his career in Jacksonville. His most prolific season as a rusher was as a rookie. He finished with 182 carries for 740 yards as Jacksonville’s primary back. Analysis: Yeldon has spent the last few seasons splitting carries in Jacksonville with and . Yeldon becomes the youngest back in Buffalo but has to fight and the ageless for carries. That will result in Yeldon being a late-round flier or an undrafted free agent for fantasy owners to keep their ... (More)1 day
55.T.J. Yeldon joins crowded Bills backfiel... (Rotoworld) Bills signed RB T.J. Yeldon to a two-year contract. Analysis: Yeldon joins a backfield which already features LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore and a quarterback who rushed for 79 yards per game over his final six outings last season. On paper, then, it is tough to see more than a handful of touches per game for the former Jaguar. That said, Gore is the oldest running back in the league, McCoy is also near the top of that list and could always be traded and the Bills want to be one of the most run-heavy teams in the league. It would not be a shock if Yeldon falls into a decent role at some point ... (More)1 day
56.T.J. Yeldon lands two-year deal with Bills (FantasyPros) The Bills and T.J. Yeldon have to terms on a two-year contract according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Analysis: Yeldon met with the Bills last week after Jacksonville let him walk earlier this off-season. Yeldon played in 14 games for the Jaguars last year, totaling over 800 yards and five touchdowns. He'll serve in a change-of-pace role behind LeSean McCoy in Buffalo. Franke Gore also looms on the depth chart, capping the fantasy upside for all three backs.1 day
57.OAK preaching versatility on defensive l... (Rotoworld) Raiders DT Justin Ellis said new defensive line coach Brenston Buckner doesn't want his players labeled to one position. Analysis: Buckner wants his defensive line to be "active" and to line up all across the line of scrimmage. For Ellis, that means he'll be asked to slide from nose tackle to three-technique depending on the in-game situation and opponent. Being "active" and versatile is great, but the Raiders need more talent up front after finishing last in sacks a season ago. Luckily, they have three first-rounders to make it happen.1 day
58.NFL poll names DT Williams the top prosp... (Rotoworld) A poll of 14 NFL evaluators concluded that Alabama DT Quinnen Williams is the top prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft. Analysis: There are six prospects who received a first-place vote, but Williams is the clear top vote-getter after receiving 6-of-14 first-place votes. With that said, Williams is not a lock to be a top-3 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The five others to receive votes: Ohio State EDGE Nick Bosa (3), Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray (2), Kentucky EDGE Josh Allen (1), Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins (1), and Mississippi State DT Jeffery Simmons (1).2 days
59.Report: A.J. Brown visited with New Engl... (Rotoworld) According to ESPN's Mike Reiss, the Patriots held a pre-draft visit with Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown. Analysis: The Patriots hosted a number of receivers leading up to the draft including Brown, Arizona State's N'Keal Harry, Baylor's Jalen Hurd and South Carolina's Deebo Samuel. All would be strong fits for an offense thin on pass-catchers, especially following the offseason losses of Chris Hogan and star tight end Rob Gronkowski. Brown outproduced teammate D.K. Metcalf throughout his Ole Miss tenure and despite being pegged as a slot receiver, he's also shown he can play on the outside. Our own Evan Silva had New England selecting Brown... (More)2 days
60.49ers not in contract discussions with S... (Rotoworld) The 49ers have yet to open contract talks with LT Joe Staley. Analysis: There's been speculation that 2019 could be the veteran's final season, but so far it's been business as usual for the six-time Pro Bowler, who has been present for the team's voluntary workouts in Santa Clara. Staley continues to be vague about his future plans, remarking that his goal is to play "as long as I can." "I know it’s my last year under contract, but I’m not worried about that," said Staley, who turns 35 in August. "I’m just going to go out there and try and do everything I can to help us win games with this team." Wi... (More)2 days
61.Jets eyeing Ed Oliver at No. 3? (Rotoworld) Houston DL Ed Oliver was among the Jets' pre-draft visits. Analysis: New York also hosted Kentucky LB Josh Allen, Washington State OT Andre Dillard, Iowa TE Noah Fanta, Michigan DE Rashan Gary, Alabama OT Jonah Williams and Alabama DT Quinnen Williams, among others. Reports have pegged the Jets as a candidate to trade down, but if the team decides to stand pat, Oliver will likely be there for the taking at No. 3. The three-time All-American is no doubt an elite prospect but what the Jets really is an edge rusher, while Oliver is more of an interior lineman. NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah recently mocked Oliver to the Jets at No. 3, s... (More)2 days
62.Cardinals to pass on Kyler Murray with first pick? (FantasyPros) The Cardinals may pass on selecting Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Analysis: According to a report from Pete Prisco of CBS Sports, the Cardinals may pivot from selecting former Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in this year's NFL Draft. After months of rumors and speculation, the decision not to select Murray would be stunning and cause a strong ripple effect throughout the first round. Arizona could look to trade back and accumulate multiple picks to fill some glaring holes in its roster, or it could stay pat at number one and select a defensive talent such as Nick Bosa. Teams... (More)2 days
63.Ben Watson: Considering 16th season (RotoWire) Watson (appendix) is considering a return to the NFL for his 16th season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Watson appeared poised for retirement following the Saints' NFC Championship loss, but the veteran tight end may not be willing to hang up the laces just yet. The 38-year-old was a surprisingly critical factor in the team's offense for much of last season, registering 400 receiving yards and two touchdowns despite starting just four games, forcing tight ends Josh Hill and Dan Arnold to each take on more of a supporting role. The Saints clearly value Watson's leadership, but even if the 14-year vet were to return for anoth... (More)2 days
64.Hawks still considering trading Frank Cl... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Seahawks are still considering trading DE Frank Clark. Analysis: Schefter adds that the package from any interested suitors would have to include "at least a first-round pick." The Bills and Jets are among those who've shown interest of late, but that's a tough ask for either considering both pick in the top nine in next week's draft. Considering the hefty off-field issues Clark carries with him, it's genuinely a wonder whether or not any franchise will pull the trigger and package such a deal for the 25-year-old's talent prior to Thursday.2 days
65.38-year-old Ben Watson considering NFL r... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ben Watson is considering a return to the NFL. Analysis: The 38-year-old vet intended to retire last season following a successful 15-year career across four different teams. With the Saints inking Jared Cook to a two-year, $15.5 million contract (including $8 million guaranteed) in free agency, it's unlikely Watson returns to his former team. The Patriots are a potential landing spot despite bringing on veterans Matt LaCosse and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.2 days
66.Jared Goff: No offseason contract extension likely (RotoWire) Goff is not expected to receive a contract extension this offseason, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports. Analysis: This isn't exactly a surprise, as Goff's fifth-year option is still significantly cheaper ($20 million) than what he'd receive via an extension --- a particularly vital fact considering recent spending sprees on Aaron Donald, Brandin Cooks and Todd Gurley in the past nine months. While Goff has improved in each of his two seasons with head coach Sean McVay, questions still linger about the quarterback's ability to lead his team to an NFL championship, with a 229-yard, one-interception stinker in the most recent Super Bowl ... (More)2 days
67.Gil: Watching D. Jones like watching Pey... (Rotoworld) Veteran scout and SiriusXM NFL Radio analyst Gil Brandt said watching Duke's Daniel Jones reminds him of watching Peyton Manning in college. Analysis: "I. Love. Dan Jones," Brandt said. "I have to say this carefully: When you watch him and you go back (20) years and watch Peyton Manning, you are watching the same guy. He’s athletic. He doesn’t have a rocket for an arm, but neither did Peyton. Very smart." Jones' stock is seemingly on the rise just a few short days from the draft convening, leading one team to reportedly rank the Duke signal-caller as the top quarterback in this year's draft. NFL Network's Danie... (More)2 days
68.Bryce Love: ACL recovery raising red flags leading up to the draft (FantasyPros) Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports Stanford running back Bryce Love's recovery from ACL surgery has raised some red flags amongst teams. Analysis: Love tore his ACL back on December 1st and is reportedly dealing with stiffness in his knee. Pelissero adds that teams are questioning if he'll regain his explosiveness, which has his draft stock plummeting at the moment.2 days
69.Doug Baldwin (thigh) has no timetable for return (FantasyPros) Seahawks GM John Schneider says the team has no timetable for Doug Baldwin's return from sports hernia surgery. Analysis: Baldwin was originally projected to miss 6-8 weeks with the issue. This was his third surgery of the off-season so Seattle likely doesn't want to rush things. The 30-year-old is aiming to be ready for the start of training camp.2 days
70.Mike Gesicki: Adds additional weight (RotoWire) Gesicki has put on 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason, Dave Hyde of the Sun-Sentinel reports. Analysis: Gesicki never had much of an opportunity to display the type of athleticism that made him a second-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, compiling just 22 catches and 220 yards in his rookie campaign. The largest knock on Gesicki's prospect profile was his inability to block, something that was likely on the mind of the Dolphins' brass when signing Dwayne Allen (primarily a blocking tight end), but the 23-year-old seems to be aware of the criticism, putting on additional muscle in an effort to be a more well-rounded option. Consid... (More)2 days
71.Montez Sweat won't attend NFL Draft (Rotoworld) Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat won't attend the NFL Draft. Analysis: Sweat was originally expected to attend. It's possible this is related to the concerns over his heart condition. Some teams have reportedly removed Sweat from their draftboard, but it'd still be a surprise if he fell out of the first round.3 days
72.Falcons SS Keanu Neal cleared to lift we... (Rotoworld) Falcons SS Keanu Neal (knee) has been cleared to resume workouts. Analysis: Neal isn't doing any on-field drills, but he was able to lift weights during voluntary workouts. It's another positive step in his return from September ACL surgery. The Falcons haven't put a timetable on Neal, but he remains on track for Week 1.3 days
73.Cole Luke among Panthers' safety options (Rotoworld) Panthers coach Ron Rivera said 2017 UDFA Cole Luke will compete at free safety. Analysis: Luke missed all of 2017 on IR and spent last year on Carolina's practice squad. He has ball skills as a converted corner, but Luke has yet to even appear in an NFL game. Luke will compete with Rashaan Gaulden and a likely draft pick this summer.3 days
74.Rashaan Gaulden candidate to start at sa... (Rotoworld) Panthers coach Ron Rivera said CB Rashaan Gaulden could start at free safety. Analysis: The Panthers have an open depth chart opposite Eric Reed with Mike Adams gone. Gaulden didn't see the field much as a rookie, but Carolina has spent the offseason talking him up. Even if Gaulden doesn't win the safety job, he's going to see heavy snaps in nickel packages.3 days
75.Seahawks could trade Frank Clark before ... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports unsigned franchise player DE Frank Clark could be traded ahead of the draft. Analysis: Clark has interest from "several teams," with Buffalo and the Jets among his known suitors. The Seahawks just gave Russell Wilson a new deal and need money for Bobby Wagner and Jarran Reed extensions. Trading Clark would free up the $17 million he's owed under the franchise tender. Clark would likely net Seattle a first-round pick.3 days
76.Doug Baldwin without return timetable (Rotoworld) Seahawks GM John Schneider said there's no timetable for Doug Baldwin's (thigh) return. Analysis: Baldwin will miss at least 6-8 weeks after sports hernia surgery. He's likely to sit out all of OTAs. Baldwin also had knee and shoulder surgeries earlier this offseason, but he could be cleared for the start of training camp if he avoids setbacks.3 days
77.Cameron Brate cleared to run routes (Rotoworld) Cameron Brate (hip) has been cleared for football activities. Analysis: Brate had arthroscopic surgery in January. He was cleared to run routes at voluntary OTAs. Barring any setbacks, Brate should be full-go for June's minicamp.3 days
78.Jace Sternberger drawing heavy interest (FantasyPros) Jace Sternberger is drawing heavy interest around the NFL, and has now visited or worked out for 14 different teams. Sternberger is likely viewed as the top target for teams that miss out on the big three of T.J. Hockenson, Noah Fant, and Irv Smith Jr. An animal after the catch, Sternberger averaged 8.3 yards after the catch per reception in 2018. He led all college tight ends in touchdowns, and was second in receiving yards. Analysis: Jace Sternberger is likely to be thrust into an immediate starting role if he is snapped up by a team with a hole at tight end. Interestingly, he has garnered interest from teams with stable tight... (More)3 days
79.Seahawks hope to get deal done with Wagn... (Rotoworld) Seahawks GM John Schneider said he hopes to get an extension done with contract-year MLB Bobby Wagner. Analysis: Wagner is next up for Seattle after extending Russell Wilson. He plans to represent himself without an agent, potentially complicating the negotiations. With C.J. Mosley resetting the inside linebacker market at $17 million annually, Wagner is going to be an expensive re-sign.3 days
80.Seahawks don't expect Frank Clark holdou... (Rotoworld) Seahawks GM John Schneider doesn't expect unsigned franchise player DE Frank Clark to hold out. Analysis: Clark skipped voluntary workouts, but the Seahawks are "under the impression" he'll report for mandatory OTAs. With Russell Wilson signing a mega extension, there's speculation Seattle could look to trade Clark, with Buffalo and the Jets among the teams interested. Clark will play under the $17.128 million franchise tender if he doesn't get a new deal.3 days
81.Jalen Ramsey: I'll be ready when it's ti... (Rotoworld) Jalen Ramsey said he'll be "ready when it's time." Analysis: Ramsey recently drew criticism from Tom Coughlin, albeit indirectly, when the VP of football operations said all players "should" participate in voluntary workouts, though the All-Pro cornerback has not been in attendance. The NFLPA has already come to Ramsey's defense while his agent David Mulugheta said the 25-year-old, who has spent the offseason balancing family time while training on his own in Nashville, is "exactly where [he] should be." Ramsey's decision to skip OTAs could imply his desire ... (More)3 days
82.One team has Daniel Jones as their No. 1... (Rotoworld) Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports that one team has Duke's Daniel Jones rated as the top quarterback in this year's draft. Analysis: Robinson didn't explicitly name the team, though he dropped a huge hint by offering, "y'all know exactly who that team is." To quote the immortal Michael Scott, "no god, no!" If Robinson is referring to the team we think he is (hint: they share a stadium with the Jets in East Rutherford), this would be a colossal mistake. We've questioned Dave Gettleman's tactics in the past, but choosing Jones over Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock and Kyler Murray would represent a new low for the ... (More)3 days
83.Jets 'determined' to trade down from No.... (Rotoworld) SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reports the Jets are "determined" to trade down from the third pick in next week's draft. Analysis: "They seem to really, really want to move down," added an anonymous NFL exec. "Maybe they're just keeping their options open, but it sure seems like that No. 3 pick is for sale." After trading the farm for Sam Darnold last year, the Jets hold just six picks in this year's draft and would like to improve that haul if possible. Most experts are mocking Kyler Murray to the Cardinals at No. 1, but if Arizona goes in a different direction, Maccagnan's phone will be ringing with plenty off... (More)3 days
84.Hollywood Brown to be 1st receiver draft... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown is "in the mix" to be the first receiver taken in next week's draft. Analysis: Despite concerns over his size (5'9"/166) and health status—a Lisfranc injury kept him from competing at last month's Combine—Rapsheet said it "wouldn't be a surprise" if Brown is the first receiver off the board Thursday night. Rapoport also noted that D.K. Metcalf, a 99th-percentile SPARQ athlete and the player many have viewed as the top receiving prospect in this year's class, is no longer "a lock" to go in the first round. Despite a deep talent po... (More)3 days
85.Concern mounting over Love's 'stiff' kne... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Stanford RB Bryce Love's surgically-repaired knee has "raised red flags" leading up to the draft. Analysis: Love attended the Combine re-check in Indianapolis earlier this month and the results were not encouraging as doctors identified "stiffness" in his ACL, which he tore in a game on December 1. Per Pelissero, a number of teams are questioning whether Love will ever regain the "explosiveness" he demonstrated during his four-year run at Stanford. Despite rushing for over 2,000 yards while attaining All-American status in 2017, Love's draft arrow is pointing wa... (More)3 days
86.Sweat's heart condition generating conce... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat's heart condition has been discussed "extensively" in draft rooms across the league. Analysis: Sweat's doctor's check-up at last month's Combine revealed an enlarged heart, a risk factor that teams will have to weigh ahead of next week's draft. Per Pelissero, there are no players in the NFL with this exact condition, though athletes in other sports, particularly soccer, have played through it and still had success. Any team that selects Sweat would have to take the necessary precautions including having a heart defibrillator accessible at all times... (More)3 days
87.Gruden and Mayock purge Raiders' draft r... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, scouts for the Raiders were sent home Friday and are not expected to return ahead of next week's draft. Analysis: Well this is a new one. Apparently new GM Mike Mayock, who was handpicked by Jon Gruden after forcing out Reggie McKenzie last year, isn't sure "who he can trust with his draft secrets." Yikes. This is either a monumental case of paranoia or the Raiders scouting department—or what's left of it—simply couldn't get on the same page. Purging the team's entire scouting presence six days before the draft is a bold strategy and cl... (More)4 days
88.Ra'Shede Hageman: Inks deal with Falcons (RotoWire) Hageman (suspension) signed a contract with the Falcons on Friday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Analysis: Hageman has not played in the NFL since 2016, and despite being suspended for two games by the league earlier this month, the Falcons have elected to give him a second chance after legal troubles led to his release a few years ago. Atlanta does have an opening at defensive tackle following the departure of Terrell McClain, but Hageman will likely have to prove his behavior is in check before having a shot at the team's final roster.4 days
89.Falcons bring back DT Ra'Shede Hageman (Rotoworld) Falcons signed DT Ra'Shede Hageman. Analysis: Hageman was a second-round pick of the Falcons in 2014 and appeared in 44 games, making 16 starts, for the team. Legal troubles mounted. That in addition to subpar play left Hageman out of the league for the last two seasons. The Falcons will give him a second chance to compete for an interior line gig.4 days
90.Lasley spent offseason with Lamar Jackso... (Rotoworld) Ravens second-year WR Jordan Lasley spent the offseason training with Lamar Jackson. Analysis: "Jordan Lasley was amazing," Jackson's QB coach, Josh Harris said. "He was here for a while, and they went to work every day. The summer wouldn’t have been as productive without Jordan Lasley." A fifth-round pick out of UCLA last year, Lasley struggled in the preseason and wasn't active for a single game as a rookie. But he put up a massive 69-1,264-9 receiving line in his final ... (More)4 days
91.Jets one of the teams interested in Clar... (Rotoworld) ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini wonders if New York will approach the Seahawks about a possible trade for unsigned franchise player DE Frank Clark. Analysis: Per Cimini, the Jets were interested in Clark at the start of free agency, but Clark ended up getting slapped with the franchise tag by Seattle. He's since stayed away from the team in hope of a long-term deal, but the Seahawks may now be a bit hesitant after locking up Russell Wilson to a massive extension this week. The Athletic's Jay Glazer reported last month that there were trade rumors surrounding Clark. The Jets still have ... (More)4 days
92.Darrell Henderson in the first round mix? (FantasyPros) Darrell Henderson has met with some interesting teams with late first round picks. Henderson has met with the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, Houston Texans, and Los Angeles Rams. Henderson is likely the top running back on some big boards across the NFL, and could very well surprise as the first running back off of the board. Analysis: If Darrell Henderson is able to secure first round draft capital, he will be given every opportunity to become an immediate starter. He has met with eight teams thus far, and would vie for lead back duties on at least five of them immediately.4 days
93.Marquise Brown visits with seventh team (FantasyPros) Talented wide receiver Marquise Brown met with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday April 19th. This is is his seventh known team visit. Brown has visited with Miami, New England, Buffalo, Oakland, Baltimore, and Carolina. This visit suggests the Titans are considering Brown with the 19th overall pick, as he is unlikely to be available when they pick again at 51st overall. Analysis: Tennessee would not be the ideal landing spot for Marquise Brown's fantasy value. With Corey Davis and Adam Humphries already in town in a run-first offense, target volume could be hard to come by.4 days
94.Report: Tyreek Hill’s son removed from h... (Rotoworld) The Kansas City Star reports Tyreek Hill's three-year-old son was "recently removed from the custody of Hill and the boy’s mother." Analysis: Per the Star, it "isn’t clear when the boy was removed, or who he is staying with now." The Star reports Hill and his fiancee, Crystal Espinal, have been "working through a family court process called a 'child in need of care' case." Two separate investigations into child abuse at Hill's home were opened across nine days in March. The second incident involved the alleged breaking of Hill's son's arm. Hill reported fo... (More)4 days
95.NYG unlikely to trade 2nd-rounder for Ro... (Rotoworld) SNY reports that the Giants "don't seem inclined" to trade their second-round pick for Josh Rosen. Analysis: Per reporter Ralph Vacchiano, the G-Men have "no interest" in trading either of their first-rounders for Rosen and apparently are unlikely to dangle the No. 37 selection. Vacchiano reports the Giants had concerns about how Rosen's personality would fare in New York when he was draft eligible last year. Unless it is all an elaborate ruse to drive down Rosen's trade price, the G-Men seem to have little appetite for anointing Rosen their Eli Manning successor.4 days
96.Seahawks undecided on Germain Ifedi opti... (Rotoworld) Speaking Thursday, Seahawks GM John Schneider said the team was undecided on exercising OL Germain Ifedi's fifth-year team option for 2020. Analysis: Ifedi has made at least 13 starts each of the past three years but has been one of the worst players in the league in the process. Fifth-year team options are guaranteed for injury only, but the Seahawks will probably make the calculation that exercising it is too risky.4 days
97.Kareem Jackson: Lines up at safety (RotoWire) Jackson lined up exclusively at safety during minicamp, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver reports. Analysis: If you listen to head coach Vic Fangio's full interview, there is some additional context here -- that safety is harder to learn than corner in his defense and so he wanted Jackson to get his initial reps there. Still, the fact that he lined up exclusively at safety at camp signals, at the very least, that he won't be plugged in on the outside and left to fend off opponent's top vertical threat. Instead -- with Chris Harris, Jr. and Bryce Callahan similarly able to move inside and out -- it is more likely that Fangio will move the three... (More)4 days
98.Von Miller: Eyes 20-sack campaign (RotoWire) Miller's goals include 20 sacks in 2019 and, eventually, the all-time sack record, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic Denver reports. Analysis: On one hand, what is Miller supposed to say, that he wants to take it easy this year? Perhaps the more interesting element of the story is head coach Vic Fangio's response -- saying that Miller can reach his goals if he does the little things right in preparation. That can be read as either tempering expectations or maybe even a shot at Miller or the former coaching staff. Either way, given his influence on the likes of Khalil Mack and Aldon Smith in his previous stops, it will be interesting to s... (More)4 days
99.Rapsheet: Many 'convinced' G-Men take QB... (Rotoworld) NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that many people around the league are "convinced" that the Giants will select a quarterback at No. 6 overall. Analysis: Rapoport's report is extremely vague, essentially just categorizing the chatter he has heard of late. It has apparently changed in recent days, with the consensus going from the G-Men will pass on a quarterback at six to that they will take one. The Giants also own the No. 17 selection, which could be used as a fall-back spot or bait to trade up. Despite his continued public pronouncements in favor of Eli Manning, GM Dave Gettleman has not slammed the door on selecting his ... (More)4 days
100.Josh Woodrum: Signing with Washington (RotoWire) Woodrum signed a contract with the Redskins on Thursday. Analysis: Woodrum initially slots in as the clear No. 3 quarterback behind Case Keenum and Colt McCoy (leg) and the Redskins figure to only bring in more competition via the draft or undrafted free agent market as the offseason continues to unfold.4 days

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