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1.Colt McCoy 'still a possibility' as star... (Rotoworld) FoxSports.com's Peter Schrager reports Washington doesn't view Case Keenum as the default starter. Analysis: Colt McCoy is reportedly "still very much a possibility" as the No. 1 atop Washington's depth chart even after the 32-year-old vet underwent a third procedure on his broken leg following a setback this offseason. The Skins sent the Broncos a 2020 sixth-round pick for Keenum's services in March, so they're not heavily invested in the ex-Broncos quarterback. Amid rumors owner Dan Snyder is attempting to overrule his staff and move up in tomorrow's draft, it's likely Washin... (More)3 hours
2.Dynasty | Ben Roethlisberger signs extension (Dynasty League Football) The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed Ben Roethlisberger to a two-year extension worth $68M Analysis: The deal happened a day before the 2019 NFL draft allowing the Steelers to move forward knowing they have Big Ben through the 2021 season. This is great news for Big Ben owners as he has shown how potent this offense can be. In 2018, he lead the league in passing with 5,129 yards and threw for 34 touchdowns. The Steelers traded away Antonio Brown in the offseason taking away a big weapon for their offense, but they still have JuJu Smith-Schuster an... (More)3 hours
3.'Feeling' is Bengals not in Day One QB m... (Rotoworld) FoxSports.com's Peter Schrager reports the "feeling" around the league is that the Bengals won't select a quarterback in the first round. Analysis: The new Bengals regime has been linked to Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins of late, but Schrager nixes that idea. The Athletic's Joe Goodberry also recently reported Cincinnati doesn't view Haskins as a prospect under center "worthy" of the No. 11 overall pick. If Jawaan Taylor, Andre Dillard, and Jonah Williams are all off the board by the time the Bengals are on the clock, it's still possible the team opts to draft a signal-caller in the first round.3 hours
4.Tampa exercises CB Hargreaves' team opti... (Rotoworld) Bucs exercised CB Vernon Hargreaves fifth-year option. Analysis: Hargreaves was only able to suit up for one game last year due to a torn labrum in his shoulder. Now fully healthy for the Bucs' offseason program, the 2016 first-rounder is expected to stick with Tampa Bay through the 2020 season (which his option covers). Although injuries have limited him to just 10 games over the last two seasons, the new coaching staff will rely on Hargreaves to play on the outside opposite of 2018 second-rounder Carlton Davis.4 hours
5.Dynasty | Tyreek Hill avoids criminal charges (Dynasty League Football) The District Attorney of Johnson County, Kansas announced no charges will be filed in the criminal investigation of the Chiefs receiver, citing that "A crime has occurred," but stating there was no conclusive evidence as to who committed it. Analysis: It appears the Chiefs' star wide receiver will avoid legal charges. However, that does not mean the NFL will not still levy a suspension on Hill. The NFL has a precedent for suspending players that have not received criminal charges. Most notably players like Ezekiel Elliott, Adrian Peterson, and Ben Roethlisberger have been given suspensions fo... (More)5 hours
6.Dynasty | Marshawn Lynch Retires (Dynasty League Football) Marshawn Lynch retires from football after 12 seasons Analysis: Marshawn Lynch finishes his 12 year career in the NFL with 10,379 rushing yards and 84 touchdowns on the ground. Drafted 12th overall in 2007 by the Bills, Lynch quickly moved on to Seattle where he shined for the Seahawks. In 2016 he retired for a year before joining the Raiders for two years to round out his epic career.The Raiders were proactive in adding Isaiah Crowell (RB 52, ADP 171) earlier in the offseason. Crowell... (More)5 hours
7.Tyreek Hill: Won't be charged (RotoWire) Johnson County (Kan.) District Attorney Steve Howe will not charge Hill or his fiance for domestic incidents involving their son, the Associated Press reports. Analysis: The investigation pored over the facts of two events from the first half of March at Hill's home in Overland Park, Kan. Howe's office "has reviewed all the evidence compiled ... and has declined to file charges" for alleged battery, according to Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports. While the probe didn't yield any criminal charges, there's still a chance the Chiefs and/or the NFL assess punishment for violations of the personal conduct policy. At the moment, though, neith... (More)6 hours
8.Corey Liuget visits Jaguars (Rotoworld) Free agent DT Corey Liuget visited the Jaguars. Analysis: He visited with Seattle last week but left without a deal. Liuget should find a new team after the draft.6 hours
9.Ezekiel Ansah: Expecting late-summer return (RotoWire) Ansah (shoulder) drew positive reviews from a shoulder specialist Monday and expects to be fully cleared by mid-August, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: It appears Ansah left his visit with the Ravens without signing a contract, but that doesn't necessarily mean Baltimore isn't a possible suitor for the defensive end anymore. Regardless, any team looking to sign Ansah will be concerned with the health of his troublesome shoulder, and it's sounding like the 2015 Pro-Bowler has a reasonable chance of being ready to go well before the start of the regular season.6 hours
10.Carl Lawson: No clear timetable for return (RotoWire) Lawson (knee) doesn't have a clear timeline to return to the field, Fletcher Page of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. "The goal overall is just be ready for the first game," he said. "That's my goal to be set for. Be back by training camp or be back by this date - I'm not going to sit there and rush it. I'm not. I'm ahead of schedule, but then again I could be down schedule. Until I feel right I'm not coming back. The goal is definitely the first game," Lawson said. Analysis: Lawson will be over 10 months removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL when the regular season opens in September. While it's not unrealistic to think he could... (More)7 hours
11.Ezekiel Ansah likely to be cleared in Au... (Rotoworld) Free agent EDGE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder) is expected to be cleared in August. Analysis: Ansah had a check-up with Dr. Neal ElAttrache this week. There are no structural issues with his shoulder, but he needs time to rebuild strength that is likely going to cost him some of training camp. Ansah visited with the Ravens on Wednesday and should start to see his market heat up after the draft.7 hours
12.Buckner's fifth-year option picked up (Rotoworld) 49ers exercised LE DeForest Buckner's fifth-year option. Analysis: This was an expected move. Buckner made the Pro Bowl with a career-high 13 sacks in a breakout 2018. The 49ers should sign Buckner to a long-term extension next offseason.8 hours
13.Dynasty | Josh Gordon signs restricted tender (Dynasty League Football) The Patriots wide receiver has signed his restricted free agent tender. Analysis: Whether or not Gordon will play in 2019 is still very much in question. He was suspended indefinitely by the NFL in December after once again violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Gordon has been considered one of the most purely talented receivers in the game since his breakout performance in 2013 that saw him record 87 catches, 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns from a QB timeshare of Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer. Unfortunately, his well-documented struggles with substance abuse have derailed his ca... (More)8 hours
14.Keanu Neal: Fifth-year option exercised (RotoWire) The Falcons officially exercised the fifth-year option on Neal's rookie contract Wednesday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports. Analysis: This comes as no surprise after general manager Thomas Dimitroff stated in February that the team planned to go this direction. Neal is now officially under Falcons control through 2020 and looking to rebound from an ACL injury that ended his 2018 season in Week 1. The safety was seen participating in weight-lifting workouts as recently as last week and appears to be on track to return well before the start of the 2019 campaign.8 hours
15.Redskins re-sign OL Tony Bergstrom (Rotoworld) Redskins re-signed OL Tony Bergstrom. Analysis: Bergstrom made eight starts as a swing interior lineman last year. He'll return as quality veteran depth.8 hours
16.Jets SS Marcus Maye cleared for minicamp (Rotoworld) Jets SS Marcus Maye (shoulder) was cleared for voluntary minicamp. Analysis: Maye had surgery after going on IR in December. It's a great sign that he'll get in a full offseason. The Jets should have one of the better safety tandems in the league if Maye stays healthy.9 hours
17.Jaire Alexander: Looking healthy at minicamp (RotoWire) Alexander (groin) is participating in team drills at Wednesday's minicamp, Jason Wilde of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: It doesn't sound as if there are any lingering effects from the groin injury that prevented Alexander from playing in last year's regular-season finale against the Lions. After turning in a rookie season in which Alexander proved why he was made a first-round pick, the Louisville product seems entrenched as a starter for Green Bay in 2019 and could pretty clearly operate as the No. 1 corner if Kevin King (hamstring) can't stay healthy.9 hours
18.Kevin King: Not participating in minicamp (RotoWire) King (hamstring) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jason Wilde of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: King is the only Packers player that finished last season on injured reserve and isn't taking part in Wednesday's minicamp. While it's not entirely clear if his absence is directly related to the hamstring injury that respectively planted King on IR, it wouldn't be a surprise if Green Bay is taking as cautious of an approach as possible given how the 2017 second-rounder has missed at least seven games in both of his first two seasons.9 hours
19.Tyreek not charged; Lack of evidence cit... (Rotoworld) Tyreek Hill will not be charged after being investigated in two separate child abuse cases. Analysis: Johnson County DA Steve Howe said he believes a crime was committed when Hill's three-year-old son's arm was broken last month, but that he could not prove who did it. The boy's mother, Crystal Espinal, will also not be charged. "A child has been hurt," the DA said. "So, yes, as a father of three kids and a prosecutor, it’s frustrating you can’t do anything about it." In so many words, the DA seemed to be casting guilt without actually saying it. Hill and Espinal ma... (More)9 hours
20.Tyreek Hill will not have charges by District Attorney (FantasyPros) ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that the District Attorney will not press charges against Tyreek Hill in the domestic abuse case. Analysis: There has been updates quite often with Hill recently, though nothing was concrete until now. His child had been removed from his home after suffering a broken arm in a "domestic dispute," though the DA's office has decided there's no conclusive evidence as to who actually broke the child's arm. The Chiefs said they were paying attention to the matter, but given there will be no charges pressed against Hill, he's likely going to get away from this unscathed. Unless Roger Goodell gets invol... (More)9 hours
21.Brian Robison: Retires from NFL (RotoWire) Robison signed a one-day contract with the Vikings on Wednesday and subsequently announced his retirement from the NFL, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer-Press reports. Analysis: Robison spent his entire 11-year career in Minnesota after the team drafted him in the fourth round in 2007. He missed just three games in his career and started 95 contests from 2011 to 2016, ultimately finishing with 206 tackles, 60 sacks and 13 forced fumbles during his career.9 hours
22.DeForest Buckner: Team exercises fifth-year option (RotoWire) The 49ers exercised the fifth-year option on Buckner's rookie contract Wednesday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Analysis: The two sides could eventually agree to an extension this offseason, but Buckner is nonetheless under 49ers control for the next two seasons. After finishing third in sacks (12) among all defensive lineman last season, he'll now be complemented by a proven pass-rush specialist in offseason pickup Dee Ford. It's possible the team could use its current control of the No. 2 overall pick in this week's draft to bring in another blue-chip talent on the defensive line like Nick Bosa or Quinnen Willi... (More)10 hours
23.Nelson Agholor: Could be available for trade (RotoWire) Agholor may be available via trade ahead of Thursday's draft, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Analysis: Agholor is scheduled to make $9.4 million in 2019 under the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. The Eagles don't have an obvious replacement, but they can probably get away with a downgrade in the slot if Alshon Jeffery (ribs), DeSean Jackson (Achilles) and Zach Ertz (undisclosed) are all healthy. Although each of those three players finished out 2018 battling injuries, there hasn't been any suggestion their issues will impact participation in offseason practices.10 hours
24.Former Vikings DE Brian Robison retires (Rotoworld) Free agent DE Brian Robison announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons. Analysis: Robison, 36 later this week, spent 2018 out of the league after being released at final cuts last summer. He's signing a one-day contract to retire with the Vikings after spending his entire career in the organization. Robison recorded 60 career sacks while also playing strong run defense.11 hours
25.Teams believe Agholor is available for t... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports teams believe Nelson Agholor is available for trade.11 hours
26.Bengals pick up CB William Jackson's opt... (Rotoworld) Bengals exercised CB William Jackson's fifth-year option for 2020. Analysis: Jackson will get a hefty raise from $1.77 million this season to north of $13 million in 2020. The salary is guaranteed for injury only, so the Bengals will have a chance to get out of it at a later date. However, Jackson had a strong 2018 season, playing over 1,000 snaps as Cincinnati's top corner and grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 18 cover corner out of 123 qualifiers.11 hours
27.Report: WSH has looked into moving into ... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Redskins have "explored" trading into the top five. Analysis: The Jets, Raiders, and Bucs hold the Nos. 3-5 picks behind the Cardinals and 49ers. The Jets have made it known they're open to moving back, and the Bucs have also expressed a willingness to do the same at the right price. Washington holds the No. 15 pick currently, and coming up this far would certainly involved next year's first-rounder. The Redskins are reportedly enamored with Dwayne Haskins.11 hours
28.Sheldon Rankins: Gets fifth-year option (RotoWire) The Saints are exercising their fifth-year option on Rankins, who is expected to miss the early part of the 2019 season after suffering a torn Achilles on Jan. 13, The New Orleans Advocate reports. Analysis: The fifth-year option applies to 2020 and is guaranteed for injury only. It was probably an easy decision even with a lengthy rehab process ahead, as Rankins is coming off a breakout 2018 campaign that featured 40 tackles (26 solo) and eight sacks in 16 regular-season games (all starts). The 12th overall pick from the 2016 NFL Draft recently celebrated his 25th birthday and likely will open his fourth pro season on the PUP list.12 hours
29.Duke Johnson: Staying away from team (RotoWire) Johnson is absent from the Browns' voluntary minicamp this week, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Analysis: Johnson's agent requested a trade a few weeks after the Browns signed Kareem Hunt (suspension), likely fearing the 25-year-old won't have a meaningful role in the second half of 2019 if both Hunt and Nick Chubb are available. General manager John Dorsey said last week that he still views Johnson as an important part of the offense, but Dorsey could easily change his mind if/when the backfield becomes crowded. A trade would allow both parties to avoid the awkward scenario, though Cleveland would be left with ... (More)13 hours
30.Kareem Hunt: Practicing with new teammates (RotoWire) Hunt (suspension) is practicing with the Browns for the first time this week, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Analysis: Hunt is allowed to participate in all team activities -- including preseason games -- until his eight-game suspension kicks in Aug. 31. His presence on the roster has led to trade rumors surrounding Duke Johnson, who thus far has elected to stay away from the team during the voluntary portion of the offseason program. Johnson's agent reportedly asked for a trade in March or early April, but general manager John Dorsey said last week that the 25-year-old running back is still a "vital part" of the off... (More)13 hours
31.Ezekiel Ansah: Visiting Baltimore (RotoWire) Ansah (shoulder) is visiting the Ravens on Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: While he only has experience in 4-3 schemes to this point in his pro career, Ansah could fit in Baltimore's 3-4 defense as a pass rusher for nickel packages, helping to replace offseason defections Terrell Suggs (Cardinals) and Za'Darius Smith (Packers). Ansah will turn 30 in May after battling through a series of injuries the past three seasons, but it's hard to argue with his production when healthy, as he had 16 sacks in 21 appearances between 2017 and 2018 despite averaging just 31.5 snaps per game. Ansah's career rate of one sack ... (More)13 hours
32.Justin Tucker: Staying in Baltimore long term (RotoWire) Tucker agreed Wednesday with the Ravens on a four-year contract extension, Clifton Brown of the team's official website reports. Analysis: Tucker leads the NFL in career field-goal percentage (90.1%) and has consistently turned in useful fantasy seasons despite being attached to mediocre or subpar offenses. His phenomenal track record includes at least four field goals of 50 or more yards in each of his seven NFL seasons, with a career conversion rate of 70.4 percent (38 of 54) from long range. The 29-year-old kicker showed no sign of decline in 2018, though he did miss a game-tying extra point Week 7 to snap his streak of 222 consecu... (More)14 hours
33.Ben Roethlisberger: Reaches two-year extension (RotoWire) The Steelers and Roethlisberger came to terms Wednesday on a two-year contract extension, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The value of the deal isn't yet known, but it's expected that the extension will make Roethlisberger one of the NFL's highest-paid players on an annual basis while he's on the Steelers' books through 2021. Though the veteran signal-caller had hinted at retirement in previous offseasons, Roethlisberger confirmed shortly after the Steelers' 2018 campaign wrapped up that he would be back for 2019. Roethlisberger is coming off a productive season in which he established new career highs in passing yards ... (More)14 hours
34.Justin Tucker signs record extension (FantasyPros) Kicker Justin Tucker will sign a 4-year, $23.05M extension with the Ravens. Analysis: The extension keeps Tucker in Baltimore through 2023 and includes an $8 million signing bonus as well as $12.5 million guaranteed over the first two years of the deal. Those figures are all records for a kicker, but Tucker has proven he is worth the investment with his deadly accuracy. In his seven-year career, he has nailed an NFL-record 90.1 percent of his 263 field goal attempts and 99.6 percent of his 242 extra point attempts, earning All-Pro honors three times.14 hours
35.Ezekiel Ansah visiting the Ravens Wednes... (Rotoworld) Free agent EDGE Ezekiel Ansah is visiting the Ravens on Wednesday. Analysis: Ansah's shoulder is the hangup in any potential deal, one that will likely be loaded with incentives and per-game bonuses. Ansah has had multiple shoulder operations and turns 30 next month. However, when healthy, he remains a formidable player off the edge. The Ravens have a huge need there after losing both Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith in free agency. Ansah is one of the best players left on the market.15 hours
36.Ben Roethlisberger signs two-year extension (FantasyPros) According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger have agreed to a two-year contract extension to keep him with the team through 2021. Analysis: This is a bit different than the last two offseasons where we heard rumors about Roethlisberger hanging up the cleats and possibly retiring. After drafting Mason Rudolph last year, it was unlikely the Steelers were going to take another quarterback in this draft regardless. If anything, this is great news for JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Washington, and Vance McDonald, as they'll have a few more dynasty years with Roethlisberger.15 hours
37.Ezekiel Elliott: Under contract through 2020 (RotoWire) The Cowboys exercised Elliott's fifth-year option Tuesday, keeping him under contract through 2020, Rob Phillips of the team's official site reports. Analysis: The decision to pick up the $9.1 million option was an easy one for the Cowboys, as the 23-year-old has established himself as one of the NFL's few three-down bellcows since entering the league in 2016. The option may end up serving merely as a placeholder while Elliott and the Cowboys turn their attention to working out a long-term extension that will keep the Ohio State product in Dallas for the duration of his prime.15 hours
38.Ravens give K Tucker 4-year, $23M extens... (Rotoworld) Ravens signed K Justin Tucker to a four-year, $23.05 million extension through 2023. Analysis: Tucker is now tied to Baltimore through his age-34 campaign. He gets $12.5 million guaranteed, which is a record for a kicker. Tucker has drilled 90.1% of his field goals in his career and just missed his first career extra point last season. He's a three-time first-team All-Pro and should have plenty of years left in his leg.15 hours
39.Steelers ink Big Ben to extension throug... (Rotoworld) Steelers signed QB Ben Roethlisberger to a two-year extension through 2021. Analysis: Ben had been heading into the final year of his deal, and this extension was a priority ahead of draft weekend. The deal locks Roethlisberger into Pittsburgh through his age-39 season and will likely keep him in town for the remainder of his career.15 hours
40.Marshawn Lynch: Plans to retire again (RotoWire) Lynch (groin) plans to retire from professional football rather than attempting to play in 2019, league sources told Adam Schefter of ESPN. Analysis: Lynch previously stepped away from the game following the Seahawks' Super Bowl 50 loss to the Patriots, sitting out the 2016 season before Seattle traded his rights to Oakland. Invigorated by the chance to play for his hometown team, Lynch promptly inked a two-year deal with the Raiders and made 21 appearances during his time in Oakland, logging 1,267 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns. His 2018 campaign was cut short by a groin injury, and though the issue wasn't anything that would have i... (More)15 hours
41.Report: Redskins targeting Haskins in Ro... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Dianna Russini reports Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins is the Redskins' target in a potential first-round trade-up scenario. Analysis: Haskins has quite possibly been the most polarizing draft prospect, particularly over the last couple weeks. Reports have come out that some teams don't even have a first-round grade on the burly ex-Buckeye. But the Redskins link has been there from the beginning. It's possible the Redskins will have to come up all the way into the top-3 in order to secure Haskins. It would cost a ton in draft capital to move up that far from No. 15 overall. For what it's worth, Russini reports the Redskins d... (More)16 hours
42.Marshawn Lynch retiring after 12 years i... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent Marshawn Lynch is retiring from the NFL after 12 seasons.16 hours
43.Saints pick up Sheldon Rankins' 2020 opt... (Rotoworld) Saints exercised DT Sheldon Rankins' fifth-year option for 2020. Analysis: Rankins is still in recovery mode from a January torn Achilles', and the 2020 option is guaranteed for injury only. So the Saints obviously have faith in his recovery. Rankins is almost certain to open 2019 on reserve/PUP. Rankins had a big 2018 with eight sacks before his injury.16 hours
44.Marshawn Lynch calling it a career, plans to retire again (FantasyPros) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marshawn Lynch is retiring. Analysis: Lynch retired after the 2015 season before coming back one year later two play two seasons for his hometown Raiders. The 33-year-old showed signs of life last season but managed to play in six just games this in 2018. He finishes his 11 year career with nearly 2,500 rushing yards, 91 total touchdowns, and a Super Bowl ring with the 2013 Seahawks. Lynch's departure from Oakland means the team is all the more likely to draft a running back on Thursday night.18 hours
45.Kingsbury: Rosen a top-10 pick for a rea... (Rotoworld) Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said Josh Rosen "was a top-10 pick for a reason." Analysis: Despite persistent rumors about the Cardinals replacing him with Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray, Rosen has shown up to all offseason activities, and his coach at least wants people to believe the quarterback has been impressive. "I think Josh has done everything humanly possible to show what type of quarterback he is, what type of competitor he is," Kingsbury said. "I’ve said it all along, I couldn’t be more impressed with his approach. He’s a great player." Perhaps King... (More)1 day
46.CB Chris Harris requests new deal or tra... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Broncos CB Chris Harris has requested a new contract or a trade. Analysis: Earlier on Tuesday, GM John Elway once again confirmed the team plans to address Harris' contract situation following the draft, but the corner wants to see some action. Following the season, Harris said he wants to win and "can't waste any years" at this point in his career, so it is possible Denver's downward slide the last several seasons has played a role in his discontent. Harris has skipped offseason work to this point, and it is possible he stays away through the mand... (More)1 day
47.Ben Roethlisberger: Could get extension soon (RotoWire) The Steelers hope to sign Roethlisberger to a contract extension before the beginning of the 2019 NFL Draft, ESPN.com's Adam Schefter reports. Analysis: There doesn't seem to be any real concern about the two sides failing to reach an agreement, though it won't necessarily happen by Thursday. The 37-year-old quarterback is entering the final season of a four-year, $87.6 million extension and faces the prospect of leading an offense without Antonio Brown (Raiders) or Le'Veon Bell (Jets). The Steelers still have an above average collection of talent on offense, led by an excellent O-line and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.1 day
48.Nazair Jones: Shifting to outside (RotoWire) Jones will play as a defensive end in 2019, Brady Henderson of ESPN reports. Analysis: Jones spent his first two seasons with the Seahawks as a defensive tackle, and he worked in a limited role with underwhelming results. Poona Ford established himself as a dependable run-stopper down the stretch last season, so the Seahawks feel comfortable bumping Jones to the outside. There's an opening at defensive end for the time being after Frank Clark was traded to the Chiefs, but the Seahawks are expected to draft at least one edge rusher which will further cut into Jones' projected usage.1 day
49.Adolphus Washington: Cut by Cincinnati (RotoWire) The Bengals waived Washington (knee) on Tuesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Washington was selected by Buffalo in the third round of the 2016 draft and waived after Week 1 last season. He spent some time on the Dallas practice squad and later signed with Cincinnati, ultimately finishing the season with eight tackles and one sack in five games. It's unclear if Washington has made a full recovery from the knee injury that sent him to injured reserve in November.1 day
50.Darron Lee: Sitting out OTAs (RotoWire) Lee isn't participating in the offseason program, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Neither team nor player has much incentive to risk an injury when there's a desire to work out a trade. With C.J. Mosley and Avery Williamson locked in as their top linebackers, the Jets presumably hope to deal Lee before or during the 2019 NFL Draft. The 2016 first-round pick had three interceptions last season and three sacks the year prior, but he was never known for consistency even before he closed out 2018 with a four-game suspension for a substance abuse violation.1 day
51.Saints CB Ken Crawley signs RFA tender (Rotoworld) Saints re-signed CB Ken Crawley to a one-year, $2.025 million contract. Analysis: A key 2017 contributor, Crawley was benched in 2018. He returns as depth with an inside track on a 53-man roster spot.1 day
52.Mike Hughes: Running at offseason workouts (RotoWire) Hughes (knee) has resumed running, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Analysis: Selected 30th overall in last year's draft, Hughes made two starts in six games before a torn ACL brought his rookie season to an early end in mid-October. He showed a knack for the big play with a pick-six, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery, also getting some work as a return man on special teams. Hughes appears to be on track for Week 1, but he'll surely have limitations throughout the offseason program and possibly into training camp.1 day
53.Chris Long: Still contemplating retirement (RotoWire) Long remains undecided about his NFL future, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Analysis: The 34-year-old defensive end turned down a roster bonus in March, allowing him more time to make a decision on retirement. Long showed he still has something left with 6.5 sacks in 2018, but he now seems to have some concerns about his role and/or compensation. The Eagles are in a good position to withstand the potential loss, considering they have Derek Barnett (shoulder), Brandon Graham and Vinny Curry at defensive end, while defensive tackles Fletcher Cox (foot) and Malik Jackson provide a strong pass rush inside.1 day
54.Joey Bosa: Tabbed with fifth-year option (RotoWire) The Chargers have exercised the fifth-year option on Bosa's contract, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: With 134 tackles (101 solo) and 28.5 sacks in 35 career games, Bosa has shown no real weakness aside from durability. There's been no report of his 2018 foot injury lingering into the offseason and he's now under contract at a discount price through 2020. The third overall pick from the 2016 NFL Draft will celebrate his 24th birthday in July.1 day
55.Dynasty | Frank Clark traded to the Chiefs (Dynasty League Football) In return the Seahawks will receive pick 29 in 2019, a 2020 second round pick, and they will swap their 2019 third round picks. Analysis: Clark will create a fearsome, pocket collapsing duo with DT Chris Jones in Steve Spagnuolo's 4-3 defensive front. While he had has his fair share of off-the-field concerns, Clark has shown off his brilliance as a pass rusher through his first four seasons, compiling 35.0 sacks and 72 QB hits over that span. Fantasy owners can breathe a sign of relief in the fact that he will continue to maintain his DE tag with a long term deal done. Clark is currently ranked as the ... (More)1 day
56.49ers sign OG Ben Garland (Rotoworld) 49ers signed OG Ben Garland, formerly of the Falcons, to a one-year contract. Analysis: Now 31, Garland has made just seven career starts, though all seven of them have come in the past two years. The 49ers do not have a great guard situation, but Garland remains a pure backup.1 day
57.Josh Gordon: Signs contract tender (RotoWire) Gordon (suspension) has signed his restricted free agent tender with the Patriots, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: Gordon remains indefinitely suspended by the NFL, but the act of signing his contact tender ensures that if he's deemed eligible to play at any point this coming season, it will be with the Patriots. In 12 games (11 with New England) last year, Gordon displayed flashes of his undeniable skill, en route to catching 41 passes for 737 yards and four TDs. Beyond Julian Edelman, roles in the team's 2019 wideout corps have not yet been solidified, so if at any point Gordon's playing eligibility is restored, the 28-year-o... (More)1 day
58.Robby Anderson: Locked in for key role under Gase (RotoWire) Coach Adam Gase believes the Jets can do more to get Anderson involved in a variety of ways, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports. Analysis: Anderson has proven himself as a deep threat with career marks of 14.7 yards per catch and 8.0 per target, but the nature of his role combined with shaky quarterback play has made consistency elusive. While Gase seems to be hinting at a more dynamic role that allows Anderson to move around the formation, it will be tough to find snaps in the slot with Jamison Crowder, Quincy Enunwa and Le'Veon Bell all on the roster. The added competition for targets could easily be offset by improved ... (More)1 day
59.Report: PIT wants Ben extension before d... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Steelers are "working hard" to complete an extension for contract-year QB Ben Roethlisberger before the start of the draft. Analysis: The 37-year-old Roethlisberger has been playing on his current deal since 2015. Although he is not the playmaker outside the pocket he once was, Big Ben has shown extremely little drop off. He has also shown increased durability, missing just one game over the past two years. Roethlisberger's leadership remains a question mark, but he is a good bet for 2-3 more strong seasons.1 day
60.Jarran Reed: Undergoes sports hernia surgery (RotoWire) Reed had surgery Tuesday to repair a sports hernia, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Reed expects to recover within 4-to-6 weeks, giving him plenty of time to get ready for the start of training camp. He'll presumably be held out of all offseason practices, coming off a breakout 2018 campaign with 50 tackles (34 solo) and 10.5 sacks in 16 games (all starts). The 2016 second-round pick is the only proven pass rusher on Seattle's roster after defensive end Frank Clark was traded to Kansas City on Tuesday.1 day
61.Suspended Josh Gordon signs RFA tender (Rotoworld) Patriots re-signed WR Josh Gordon to a one-year, $2.025 million contract. Analysis: Gordon is once again indefinitely suspended, but NFL.com reported in February there is a "chance" he is reinstated by training camp. Believe it when you see it. The practical implication of Gordon signing his restricted free agent tender is that, if he plays, it will indeed be as a Patriot. We have gone months without a real update on Gordon's status/progress.1 day
62.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)1 day
63.Clark's deal not expected to affect DE J... (Rotoworld) NFL.com's Mike Garofolo reports Frank Clark's acquisition and new deal is not expected to affect contract talks between the Chiefs and DE Chris Jones. Analysis: The 2016 second-rounder is coming off a 15.5-sack season as he heads into the final year of his rookie deal. The Chiefs did not see a spot for Dee Ford in their new 4-3 defense under Steve Spagnuolo but still view Jones as their linchpin. Jones was an absolute terror in 2018. The Chiefs are about to have two $20-million-per-year defensive linemen.1 day
64.GM hopes to address Harris' deal after d... (Rotoworld) Broncos GM John Elway confirmed he hopes to address Chris Harris' contract situation following the draft.1 day
65.Cardinals still claim No. 1 pick uncerta... (Rotoworld) Speaking Thursday, Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury claimed the team had not yet made up its mind at No. 1 overall. Analysis: "We’re still working through things," Kingsbury claimed. "It is a process. I wouldn’t say the hay is in the barn." The Cardinals are keeping up the league's preferred appearance of indecision. In reality, they have almost certainly known their pick since January, if not before. Despite a few counter-reports, nearly all evidence continues to suggest Oklahoma's Kyler Murray will be the top pick.1 day
66.Jared Goff: Fifth-year option picked up (RotoWire) The Rams have elected to pick up the fifth-year option for Goff, Vincent Bonsignore of The Athletic reports. Analysis: While the Rams aren't expected to extend Goff this offseason, the team will have him under contract through at least the 2020 campaign. The team has spent a bunch of money recently on the likes of Aaron Donald, Brandin Cooks and Todd Gurley, so they will sit on Goff's cheaper rookie deal for the time being. Coming off a 32-touchdown campaign and a Super Bowl appearance in 2018, Goff has the weapons around him in Cooks, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp (knee) and Todd Gurley to post another healthy statistical season under ce... (More)1 day
67.Report: Cards management upset Peterson (Rotoworld) The Arizona Republic reports someone in Cardinals management said something to Patrick Peterson that "pissed him off." Analysis: The Republic's Kent Somers asked his source if the issue was enough to force a trade demand. "I don’t think it’s that big of a deal ... yet," was the source's response. It has been a bizarre Tuesday for Peterson, as the day began with a trade rumor. He then did not report for voluntary workouts. Asked about the situation, coach Kliff Kingsbury said Peterson wants to be in Arizona and "isn't going anywhere." It seems like the smok... (More)1 day
68.Jarran Reed recovering from hernia opera... (Rotoworld) Seahawks DT Jarran Reed underwent sports-hernia surgery on Tuesday. Analysis: It is an issue Reed dealt with in 2018. He has been slapped with a 4-6 week recovery timeline. He could be ready for June's mandatory minicamp. Reed's interior heat — he exploded his sack total from 1.5 to 10.5 last season — has taken on much greater importance following Frank Clark's trade to the Chiefs.1 day
69.Frank Clark: Reaches five-year deal with KC (RotoWire) Clark and the Chiefs have agreed to terms on a five-year, $105.5 million contract with $63.5 million guaranteed, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Clark and the Chiefs were likely in negotiations on a new deal before the trade was made official, as it took less than an hour to agree to a contract with his new club. He should slot in immediately as a starting defensive end for a Chiefs team that fell just short in the AFC Championship Game a season ago and will capitalize with a big payday coming off of a 13-sack 2018 campaign.1 day
70.Haskins flopped 'body-composition testin... (Rotoworld) NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reports Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins had the worst "body-composition testing" amongst quarterbacks at the Combine. Analysis: That includes Duke's Daniel Jones. "Haskins has a quick arm, but he's got slow feet," an NFL coach told Pelissero. "He moves a little bit, but when you're like that, everything with your mind and your arm has to be perfect. You don't have the margin for error." Although it is hardly unusual for a quarterback, Haskins has had a polarizing pre-draft process, with some teams reportedly not having a first-round grade on the OSU product. NBC's Peter King has repo... (More)1 day
71.Rams officially exercise Goff's option y... (Rotoworld) Rams exercised QB Jared Goff's fifth-year team option for 2020.1 day
72.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).1 day
73.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)1 day
74.Chiefs give Frank Clark 5-year, $105.5M ... (Rotoworld) Chiefs signed DE Frank Clark to a five-year, $105.5 million contract. Analysis: Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the agreement includes $63.5 million guaranteed. It is essentially the deal DeMarcus Lawrence signed in Dallas. It is also a deal the Seahawks had no interest in making, but the Chiefs are doling it out on top of the major draft pick assets they shipped to Seattle. It is the culmination of the Chiefs' hasty switch from a 3-4 to 4-3 defense, a transition that saw them trade Dee Ford and cut Justin Houston before adding Clark. The Super Bowl-or-bust Chiefs are going to need Clark to at... (More)1 day
75.Peterson not present for voluntary worko... (Rotoworld) Patrick Peterson was absent for the start of Cardinals voluntary workouts on Tuesday. Analysis: This wouldn't normally be news, but a since-debunked Peterson trade rumor was making the rounds on Tuesday morning. Something does still seem off in the desert. Headed into his age-29 campaign, Peterson has only two years remaining on his contract. Perhaps he senses his window to get paid is closing.1 day
76.Frank Clark traded to Chiefs (FantasyPros) Defensive end Frank Clark has been traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for the Chiefs' 2019 first-round pick, 2020 second-round pick, and a swap of 2019 third-round picks. Analysis: The move makes sense for both parties, as Kansas City could use a premiere pass-rusher, and the Seahawks could use some salary cap relief after recently signing QB Russell Wilson to a massive $140-million deal. Clark, who was given the franchise tag by the Seahawks in March, racked up 32.0 sacks and 66.0 QB hits over his last three seasons. He had yet to sign his franchise tender, which would have paid him over $17 million this season. Clark... (More)1 day
77.Le'Veon Bell skipping Jets voluntary wor... (Rotoworld) Le'Veon Bell did not report for Jets voluntary workouts on Tuesday. Analysis: Voluntary workouts are, of course, voluntary, but it is an interesting way for Bell to reacquaint himself with NFL life after sitting out the entire 2018 season. New coach Adam Gase is no doubt thrilled. Bell does have a long history of playing well after long layoffs, but 2019 will be a horse of a different color for the 27-year-old back.1 day
78.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.1 day
79.Chiefs officially acquire DE Clark from ... (Rotoworld) Chiefs acquired DE Frank Clark from the Seahawks in exchange for the No. 29 overall pick and a 2020 second-round pick. Analysis: The teams will also swap third-round picks this week. The Chiefs have a pair of 2020 second-rounders, and the Seahawks will get whichever is lower. The Chiefs needed pass-rushing help as they continue their hasty retool for a 4-3 defense, but this is a steep price for an effective pass rusher who is nevertheless not a true game wrecker. Clark also has a concerning off-the-field history and dealt with injuries in 2018. The positive, of course, is that, whatever ... (More)1 day
80.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)1 day
81.Franchise-tagged K Robbie Gould demands ... (Rotoworld) Franchise-tagged 49ers K Robbie Gould has demanded a trade. Analysis: Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Gould has "pulled his contract proposals and "told the team he will not negotiate or sign a long-term deal." Gould has evidently been hurt by the 49ers' offers. A kicker power play is the rarest of NFL maneuvers and unlikely to be successful. Although he has been truly elite over the past two seasons, converting 96 percent of his field goal attempts, Gould's already limited trade value is hurt by the fact that 2019 will be his age-37 season.1 day
82.Pace: No pressing need to draft running ... (Rotoworld) Speaking Tuesday, Bears GM Ryan Pace said he did not feel a "pressing need" to draft a running back. Analysis: "There’s no pressing, huge need," Pace said. "We can honestly pick the best player available." Pace said he was addressing the "narrative" that the Bears must select a runner after trading Jordan Howard. He talked up his backfield, including Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson. It is probably just GMspeak, but Pace could have easily given a more vague answer. If the Bears do come out of draft weekend without a new back, Davis would be in... (More)1 day
83.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 day
84.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 day
85.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 day
86.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.1 day
87.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.1 day
88.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)1 day
89.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)1 day
90.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 1.1 day
91.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.1 day
92.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."1 day
93.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.1 day
94.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)1 day
95.Ravens pick up Ronnie Stanley's rookie o... (Rotoworld) Ravens exercised LT Ronnie Stanley's fifth-year option for 2020.1 day
96.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.1 day
97.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.1 day
98.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.2 days
99.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.2 days
100.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.2 days

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