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    • Chargers likely to bring back Seyi Ajirotutu
      The Chargers are expected to re-sign free agent WR Seyi Ajirotutu.

      Advice: Ajirotutu played just 173 snaps on offense last year, but led San Diego with 19 special-teams tackles. The Chargers should be able to keep him for the veteran minimum. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 6:43 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.35 (2634th)
    • Cowboys confirm Dez Bryant will be franchised
      Cowboys VP Stephen Jones confirmed the team will use the franchise tag on free agent Dez Bryant.

      Advice: "I think it would be a stretch to think we would have something done by Monday," Jones said. "Looks like we're eyeing a franchise tag on Dez, but that certainly won't stop us from working hard to get a long-term deal." This has been the expectation all along. Dallas is in talks with Bryant, but the sides aren't expected to reach an agreement before the franchise-tag deadline. Bryant will make around $13 million if the Cowboys don't extend him by July 15. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 3:10 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      11.11 (52nd)
    • 'No deal imminent' between Cobb, Packers
      ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports "no deal is imminent" between the Packers and free agent Randall Cobb.

      Advice: Re-signing Cobb and RT Bryan Bulaga are the Packers' top priorities, but there haven't been any developments in contract talks. Cobb is reportedly seeking $9 million annually. The Packers have $33.2M in salary-cap space to re-sign Cobb, but could move forward with Davante Adams and Jeff Janis behind Jordy Nelson. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 12:05 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      12.85 (38th)
    • Rishard Matthews asked for trade or release
      Dolphins WR Rishard Matthews reportedly asked the team to trade or release him.

      Advice: The Dolphins balked at Matthews' request, and he'll stay on the roster for now. Matthews openly clashed with coach Joe Philbin in 2014, spending most of the season as Miami's No. 5 wideout behind Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson. Matthews' roster security remains tenuous. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 11:51 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.85 (2615th)
    • Stevie Johnson will be asked to take pay cut
      Updating a previous item, 49ers WR Stevie Johnson will be asked to take a pay cut.

      Advice: Dianna Russini of NBC 4 in Washington reported earlier Saturday Johnson would be released, but it appears he will be asked to take a pay cut first. He will likely be released if he refuses the pay cut. Johnson is currently the de facto No. 2 receiver in San Francisco. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 10:15 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2215th)
    • Campanaro top candidate to return kicks
      ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley believes second-year WR Michael Campanaro is the "top candidate" to return kicks.

      Advice: Following the release of Jacoby Jones, the Ravens would seem to be in the market for a kick returner. Campanaro is the favorite among players currently on the roster, but Baltimore could address the position through free agency or the draft. Campanaro should supplant Marlon Brown as the Ravens' slot receiver in 2015. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 8:37 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2196th)
    • 49ers release Stevie Johnson, save $6 million
      49ers released WR Stevie Johnson.

      Advice: The move will save San Francisco $6.025 million against the 2015 salary cap. Acquired from Buffalo for a fourth-round pick last May, Johnson posted a 35/435/3 line in his lone season in San Francisco. A crisp route runner, Johnson had three straight 1000-yard receiving seasons under new Jets OC Chan Gailey while the pair were in Buffalo. He should find a healthy market as a solid possession receiver. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 8:25 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2215th)
    • Jeremy Maclin and Eagles are not far apart
      The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports the Eagles and free agent Jeremy Maclin are not "significantly far apart" in contract negotiations.

      Advice: McLane, and really everyone else, believes a deal will get done. The real question is whether the Eagles resort to the franchise tag if a deal cannot be reached by the March 2 deadline. McLane says it is "unlikely" the Eagles want to pay Maclin the estimated $12.8 million the tag would cost, but Philadelphia "would probably only use the tag to buy time and keep Maclin off the market." Despite the protracted negotiations, Maclin is expected to re-sign with the Eagles. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 6:39 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      9.12 (75th)
    • Bucs haven't approached V-Jax about pay cut
      Profootballtalk reports the Bucs have not approached Vincent Jackson about a pay cut.

      Advice: The Bucs are expected to keep Jackson despite his $12.2 million cap hit. Jackson turned 32 this offseason and managed just two touchdowns in 2014, but remains one of the league's better deep threats. Bucs GM Jason Licht said at the Combine that Jackson will "absolutely" return next season. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 5:25 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      9.19 (73rd)
    • Reggie Wayne recently had triceps surgery
      Free agent Reggie Wayne recently underwent triceps surgery and is mulling whether to play or retire.

      Advice: 36 years old and having lost his effectiveness, Wayne would command no more than minimum-salary offers if he did decide to play one more season. He tore his ACL in 2013 and his triceps in 2014. The Colts would be better off moving forward with Donte Moncrief as the "X" receiver to T.Y. Hilton's Z. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 1:26 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      5.54 (179th)
    • Dolphins release Brandon Gibson
      Dolphins released WR Brandon Gibson.

      Advice: This was an easy one to see coming. An average talent who ruptured his patellar tendon in 2013, Gibson never got back on track last season, operating as Miami's No. 4 receiver. He was owed nearly $3.5 million in salary and bonuses. Gibson can't win consistently on the outside and has lost quickness since his knee injury, hurting his ability to produce in the slot. He'll search for backup opportunities. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 12:39 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      3.85 (1932nd)
    • Bengals cut WR Greg Little
      Bengals released WR Greg Little.

      Advice: Little was only owed $745,000 and is not yet 26 years old, but he showed so little during his 2014 stint with the Bengals that they didn't so much as deem him worth carrying into the offseason. Little is a 2011 second-round bust. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 10:44 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2133rd)
    • Dobson committed to getting back on track
      Patriots WR Aaron Dobson is participating in a rigorous offseason training program in Arizona.

      Advice: Dobson showed potential as a rookie in 2013, hauling in 519 yards and four touchdowns. Injuries made him a non-factor last season (five targets in four games). A former second-round pick, Dobson is still only 23 years old, but is likely entering a make-or-break offseason with New England. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 8:53 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2027th)
    • No progress made in Demaryius contract talks
      With Tuesday's deadline for the franchise tag approaching, the Broncos and free agent Demaryius Thomas are no closer to signing a long-term deal.

      Advice: Thomas fully expects to receive the franchise tag, which would pay him around $13 million. There's no way Demaryius is leaving Denver after the season he had in 2014 (111 catches, franchise record 1,619 yards). However, his large cap hit could force Peyton Manning to restructure his deal. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 8:09 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      14.72 (18th)
    • Dolphins throw in the towel on Brian Hartline
      Dolphins released WR Brian Hartline.

      Advice: A low-ceiling receiver who is allergic to the end zone, Hartline bottomed out with a miserable 2014 season (39 catches for 474 yards in 16 games). It would have been preposterous for Miami to keep him at his $5.9 million salary. Hartline has a pair of 1,000-yard seasons on his resume, but he's a complementary receiver at best. Hartline's departure makes the Dolphins more likely to keep Mike Wallace and gives another boost to second-year slot WR Jarvis Landry. Still only 28, Hartline could be a starter on a team like the Browns. He also happens to be from Canton (OH) and played college football at Ohio State. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 7:19 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      2.59 (2550th)
    • Falcons cut WR Harry Douglas, saving $3.5M
      Falcons released WR Harry Douglas.

      Advice: Douglas has been a productive wideout in Atlanta when either Julio Jones or Roddy White has been injured, but he’s going to be 31 this season and new OC Kyle Shanahan's offense is going to go through Jones even more than it has in the past. There was no reason to pay all three of Jones, White, and Douglas. The Falcons can get Douglas’ production as the No. 3 receiver at a much cheaper rate via a bargain free-agent signing or mid-round draft pick. The Falcons pick up $3.5 million in cap space by cutting Douglas, who posted a 51-556-2 line in 2014. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 7:08 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      5.53 (180th)
    • Report: Mike Wallace unwilling to take pay cut
      The Sun-Sentinel reports Mike Wallace has informed the Dolphins he isn't willing to restructure the final three years of his contract.

      Advice: Wallace has three years and $32.9 million left on his contract, and the Dolphins would like him to take a pay cut if he's going to stick around in Miami. Wallace holds all the cards here. He's easily the team's biggest playmaker and is coming off a 10-touchdown season even with Ryan Tannehill's complete incapability of throwing any semblance of a deep ball. Wallace probably prefers to escape the dumpster fire that is the Dolphins. As our own Patrick Daugherty put it: "The same team that couldn't work with Brandon Marshall and Vontae Davis is now preparing to dump Wallace. Novel idea: Maybe just figure things out?" Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson are barely replacement-level receivers. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 6:11 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.74 (130th)
    • Police: No video of 2011 Dez Bryant incident
      Lancaster, Tex. police say they have no video of the July 2011 incident involving Dez Bryant in a Walmart parking lot.

      Advice: Police had already said they were summoned but made no arrests. Now we know they don't have the supposed smoking-gun video that's been the subject of innuendo and Twitter hysteria over the past 48 hours. The episode should begin fading from memory. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 6:58 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      11.11 (52nd)
    • Tannenbaum: Wallace under contract for now
      When asked about Mike Wallace, Dolphins VP of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said he's under contract "for now."

      Advice: That's not much of an endorsement. The Dolphins are shopping Wallace, but should quickly find that his massive salary is a deal breaker for most teams. Miami Herald reporter Armando Salguero says his "educated guess" after talking to "team and league sources" is that Wallace will not be back with the Dolphins. He signed a five-year, $60M deal with the team just two years ago. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 7:04 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.74 (130th)
    • Dez named in 2011 Wal-Mart incident
      NFL Media has produced the incident/investigation report regarding a 2011 incident in a Wal-Mart parking lot that involved Dez Bryant.

      Advice: This is the incident that has been generating headlines and wild rumors over the last 24 hours. The report says an unknown person called police to explain a black female was "being dragged from one vehicle to another vehicle" by a black male. The vehicle the woman was dragged from was a Mercedes registered to Bryant. When police arrived on the scene, the alleged victim was not there. Soon after, she arrived in a Bentley with Bryant and said she had an argument with a man named Alex Person and that she was not assaulted in any way. The police let everyone go, determining there was no offense. It remains unclear if there is any video of the incident, although most Wal-Marts have security cameras. You can read the full incident report at the link below. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 6:08 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      11.11 (52nd)
    • Off-field concerns hindering Dez negotiations
      According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys have been reluctant to sign Dez Bryant to a long-term deal because of concerns about his off-the-field behavior.

      Advice: The police have been called to his home in DeSoto, Texas six times since 2011, though Bryant wasn't charged in any of the incidents. Reports of a 2011 incident in a Walmart parking lot have also surfaced. Dallas previously offered Bryant a ten-year, $114 million extension, but that offer only included $20 million in guaranteed money. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 5:34 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      11.11 (52nd)
    • Report: Dolphins trying to trade Mike Wallace
      NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Dolphins have placed Mike Wallace on the trade block.

      Advice: What often happens in these scenarios is a player gets cut if the team trying to trade him can't find any takers. GM Dennis Hickey dined with Wallace before the Combine, and it sounds like that meeting didn't end with the Dolphins believing Wallace was an essential part of their 2015 plans. The 28-year-old scored ten TDs in 2014, but lid lifting is the true strength of Wallace's game, which makes him a poor fit for vertically-challenged Ryan Tannehill. Owed $9.9 million in salary and bonuses, Wallace is going to be awfully difficult to trade. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 5:18 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.74 (130th)
    • Panthers interested in Ted Ginn
      The Panthers are interested in free agent WR/KR Ted Ginn.

      Advice: Ginn had a renaissance year of sorts in 2013 with Carolina, before cashing in with Arizona last offseason. He would not solve the Panthers' No. 2 receiver woes, but could chip in as a sub-package wideout and special teamer. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 4:56 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      1.08 (2604th)
    • Brandon Gibson likely to be cap casualty
      The Miami Herald considers Brandon Gibson a candidate to be released.

      Advice: Gibson is due $4.3 million after spending the majority of 2014 as the Dolphins' No. 4 receiver. Miami can save $3.26M by releasing him as a post-June 1 cut. 27-year-old Gibson has just 59 catches over the last two years. The Dolphins also want to move on from Brian Hartline's $7.3M cap hit. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 3:59 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      3.85 (1932nd)
    • Ravens release return specialist Jacoby Jones
      Ravens released KR/WR Jacoby Jones.

      Advice: The Ravens signed Jones to a new four-year, $12 million deal last March that included $4.5 million guaranteed. His release saves the club just $750,000 against the cap unless they designated him as a post-June 1 cut, which would clear $2.5 million for 2015. Jones will be 31 this summer, but wasn't deemed worthy of his inflated salary as a strict return man. He's not a legit receiver option. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 9:09 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.91 (2611th)
    • Owner pessimistic Ravens will re-sign Torrey
      Speaking Tuesday, owner Steve Bisciotti expressed pessimism about the Ravens' chances of re-signing free agent Torrey Smith.

      Advice: "There's always a team that has lots of money that wants to bring in playmakers," Bisciotti said. "Those guys are going to get those deals. I think we're going to have to take it on the chin and move on." Bisciotti cited Mike Wallace as an example of a playmaker who was overpaid in free agency. Bisciotti said he was rooting for Smith to "maximize his earnings," but strongly implied he won't be the owner handing out the deal. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 3:52 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.68 (131st)
    • Ravens on Torrey: We like to keep our players
      Asked about free agent Torrey Smith, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said "we have a history of retaining our players."

      Advice: However, Newsome added he was not afraid to let players test the market, and acknowledged there's a strong chance Smith will get a better offer in free agency. If that's the case, Smith will undoubtedly take it. Smith's odds of remaining in Baltimore are no better than 50-50. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 11:20 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.68 (131st)
    • Lions GM not worried about Megatron's cap hit
      Lions GM Martin Mayhew has not approached Calvin Johnson about restructuring his deal.

      Advice: Johnson is scheduled for a $20.55 million cap hit in 2015. The Lions could restructure that to free up space for Ndamukong Suh, but Mayhew doesn't seem open to that idea. Johnson is a franchise cornerstone and deserves to be paid like one. The same could be said of Suh as he approaches free agency. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 10:02 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      12.68 (42nd)
    • Bolts, Pats, Packers could be in on Harvin
      PFT's Mike Florio believes the Chargers, Packers and Patriots could be interested in Percy Harvin if he becomes available this offseason.

      Advice: Harvin is due a monster $10.5 million salary in 2015, making him a prime cut candidate. Despite a world of talent, Harvin has failed to establish himself as anything more than a gadget player throughout his career. New England would be an intriguing option for Harvin given Bill Belichick's penchant for trickery. He'd also make sense for Green Bay if the Packers are unable to re-sign Randall Cobb. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 8:00 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (1971st)
    • Marcus Harris someone to keep an eye out for
      NJ.com's Jordan Raanan was told "to keep an eye out for" Giants WR Marcus Harris in 2015.

      Advice: The Giants were considering Harris for a starting role before a shoulder injury ended his season prior to Week 1. That was also before Odell Beckham Jr. blew up and became one of the NFL's best receivers. If Victor Cruz (torn patellar tendon) returns to his old form, New York is going to have a very deep receiving corps. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 7:40 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (1965th)
    • Giants not giving up on Rueben Randle
      Despite some run-ins with coach Tom Coughlin, Rueben Randle remains a part of the Giants' plans.

      Advice: Randle was targeted 127 times in 2014, second-most on the team. But he produced just 71 catches for 938 yards and three touchdowns -- and also got benched twice for showing up late to meetings. Still, the Giants aren't going to give up on a 23-year-old talent who can really stretch the field. Randle won't get as many looks if Victor Cruz (knee) returns healthy to pair with Odell Beckham in 2015, but Randle will still be a factor as the No. 3 man. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 6:58 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.08 (161st)
    • Harry Douglas may not be back with Atlanta
      NFL.com's Marc Sessler says it's "iffy" whether Harry Douglas returns to the Falcons in 2015.

      Advice: He'll earn $3.5 million against the cap next season. That's not crippling, but with Julio Jones and Roddy White sitting ahead of him on the depth chart, that money could probably be better spent elsewhere. Douglas regressed in 2014, hauling in 556 yards one year after going over the 1,000-yard threshold. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 6:29 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      5.53 (180th)
    • Ohio native Ted Ginn makes sense for Browns
      The Browns need a return specialist and ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi suggests free agent Ted Ginn could fill that role.

      Advice: The Browns finished a dismal 28th in kick return average last season. They also have a need at wideout with Josh Gordon facing a year-long suspension. The fact Ginn went to high school in Cleveland and attended Ohio State only strengthens the connection. Expect Ginn to give the Browns serious consideration. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 6:16 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      1.08 (2604th)
    • Report: Percy Harvin unlikely to take pay cut
      CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora "would be shocked" if Percy Harvin agreed to take a pay cut to remain with the Jets.

      Advice: Due a non-guaranteed $10.5 million, the Jets are expected to ask Harvin for a pay cut. If he declines, there's a chance the Jets could release Harvin. If he's cut, La Canfora expects the Patriots to have interest in Harvin. New England has always thought highly of the soon-to-be 27-year-old. We'd expect the Jets to do everything they can to retain Harvin, as they're in need of offensive weapons. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 6:13 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (1971st)
    • Cardinals pull the plug on Ginn, save $2.5M
      Cardinals released WR Ted Ginn.

      Advice: The Cardinals will eat $1.5 million in dead money, but they save $2.5 million by getting Ginn off the books, so it's a net gain. The scouting report on Ginn hasn't changed much throughout his career. He continues to be a big play threat on special teams (seven career return touchdowns) and a mediocre receiver. Ginn has played for four teams since entering the league in 2007. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 2:02 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      1.08 (2604th)
    • Raiders are showing interest in Randall Cobb
      The Raiders are ready to make a run at free agent Randall Cobb.

      Advice: No team is more desperate for receiving talent than Oakland. It's been a full decade since their last 1,000-yard receiver (Randy Moss in 2005). Oakland is said to be targeting Alabama receiver Amari Cooper in the draft, but that won't be enough to turn around one of the league's worst passing offenses. Cobb is still fully expected to re-sign with Green Bay, but don't be surprised if Oakland tempts him with a competitive offer. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 1:07 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      12.85 (38th)
    • Welker unlikely to suit up for Denver in 2015
      The Broncos are not expected to re-sign free agent Wes Welker.

      Advice: Welker looked spent in 2014, limping his way to his lowest yardage total since 2006. The slot receiver's injury history combined with John Elway's faith in Cody Latimer make Welker an extreme long shot to return to the Mile High City. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 11:09 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      4.25 (1759th)
    • Bengals expected to let Brandon Tate walk
      Paul Dehner of the Cincinnati Enquirer doesn't expect the Bengals to re-sign free agent Brandon Tate.

      Advice: Tate caught just 17 passes in 2014 and has mostly been a liability throughout his four-year tenure in Cincinnati. Though Tate has value on special teams, Adam Jones is an equally effective return man. We can't imagine Tate generating much interest on the open market. Rotoworld.com
      Sunday, 5:50 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      2.32 (2564th)
    • Jerry doesn't think Dez would pout if tagged
      Jerry Jones doesn't think Dez Bryant will pout if franchise tagged.

      Advice: The Cowboys have until March 2 to slap Dez with the franchise tag, something they will do if a long-term deal can't be reached. It's hard to be too upset over a one-year deal worth roughly $13M. And from a fantasy perspective, having Dez in a contract year once again can only be a good thing. Rotoworld.com
      Sunday, 5:04 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      11.11 (52nd)
    • Stevie Johnson could restructure contract
      The 49ers are expected to ask Stevie Johnson to restructure his contract.

      Advice: Johnson is due a $5.5 million base salary and has a $250,000 roster bonus in March. The 49ers can move on from him without any dead money and should ask Johnson to take a pay cut after he posted a 35/435/3 line last year. With Michael Crabtree a free agent, Johnson is currently the 49ers' No. 2 wideout. Rotoworld.com
      Friday, 1:52 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (2215th)
    • King: Smith will get better offers elsewhere
      SI's Peter King believes free agent Torrey Smith's best contract offer won't come from Baltimore.

      Advice: It's speculation on King's part, but probably rooted in truth. Coming off an 11-touchdown season, Smith didn't do anything to hurt his market value despite frustrating fantasy owners. At 26, the elite deep threat is just now entering his prime. Once Demaryius Thomas and Dez Bryant are assigned franchise tags, Smith could emerge as one of this year's premium free agents. Rotoworld.com
      Friday, 7:13 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.68 (131st)
    • Broncos plan to franchise Demaryius Thomas
      The Broncos will use the franchise tag on free agent Demaryius Thomas if they cannot come to a long-term agreement.

      Advice: Teams have until March 2 to apply the tag. That leaves 10 days to work out a long-term contract. It's extremely unlikely to happen, leaving the tag as Thomas' most likely fate. The sides would then have until mid-July to hammer out a multi-year deal. The tag for receivers costs roughly $12.7 million. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 12:11 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      14.72 (18th)
    • Reggie Wayne's playing future in question
      Colts GM Ryan Grigson indicated at the Combine that he's unsure of free agent Reggie Wayne's desire to keep playing.

      Advice: Wayne's performance fell off a cliff in 2014 as he attempted to return from a torn ACL at age 36. He had a negative impact on Indianapolis' offense. Grigson acknowledged Wayne still means a lot "to the organization," but his future is "up in the air." We would not expect Wayne back in Indy. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 11:40 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      5.54 (179th)
    • Dolphins noncommittal on Mike Wallace
      Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey said at the Combine that his recent dinner with Mike Wallace was a "good conversation," but remained noncommittal on Wallace's future in Miami.

      Advice: When teams are publicly noncommittal about players' futures, it usually means they're open to moving on. There just isn't a realistic scenario where the Fins could upgrade on Wallace for 2015. The team's leading touchdown scorer a year ago, Wallace is owed $9.9 million in salary and a workout bonus. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 4:35 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      6.74 (130th)
    • Jets still evaluating Harvin's roster spot
      New coach Todd Bowles said at the Combine that the Jets are still "evaluating" Percy Harvin's spot on the roster.

      Advice: New GM Mike Maccagnan "hinted" the Jets may ask Harvin to redo his deal. In an ideal world, the Jets would bring back Harvin at a salary lower than his currently-owed $10.5 million. The Jets need to be collecting weapons, not cutting them. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 12:21 pm
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      0.00 (1971st)
    • Bucs GM: Vincent Jackson isn't going anywhere
      Bucs GM Jason Licht stated at the Combine that Vincent Jackson will stay with the team in 2015.

      Advice: The Buccaneers are rebuilding and Jackson is 32 with a $9.78 million salary. It was natural to guess the Bucs might consider parting ways. Instead, Licht stated V-Jax will "absolutely" stay in Tampa Bay. The sides still plan to meet in Indianapolis. Jackson may still be asked to restructure, perhaps by converting some of his salary into incentives he can earn back via performance. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 11:57 am
      Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
      9.19 (73rd)
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