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  • Lamar negotiating with BAL despite trade request
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Lamar Jackson continues to negotiate a new contract with the Ravens despite his trade request.

    Advice: Jackson shook up the first day of the NFL's owners meeting when he announced he "requested a trade from the Ravens" on March 2nd just moments before John Harbaugh was scheduled to speak with the media. Rapoport reports a source familiar with the situation told him Jackson and the Ravens have been negotiating "as recently as last week" leaving Rapoport to believe the trade request has more to do with money than a desire to leave the Ravens. Rapoport also added, "everyone thinks the Ravens would just match" whatever contract Jackson agrees to under the non-exclusive tag. Today, 2:25 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2477th)
  • Saleh 'not hitting the panic button' on Rodgers
    Jets HC Robert Saleh said he's "not hitting the panic button" on the delayed trade for Aaron Rodgers.

    Advice: Despite an impending trade for Rodgers taking longer than expected, Saleh is "confident that things are going to work out." We're nearly two weeks removed from Rodgers affirming his desire to play for the Jets in 2023, but talks between them and the Packers appear to have slowed in a big way. At this time, there's little reason to suspect a trade of Rodgers to the Jets won't get done. Even if it doesn't come to fruition, Saleh went on record Monday saying that Zach Wilson is the No. 2 quarterback on the roster. Today, 1:46 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    23.45 (74th)
  • Payton 'not going to talk about' Wilson knee scope
    Broncos HC Sean Payton said "That's something we're probably not going to talk about, probably ever," when asked about Russell Wilson's knee scope.

    Advice: Payton was too busy praising the signing of Jarrett Stidham at Monday's owners meeting, leaving little room for Wilson's knee surgery to be discussed. Wilson reportedly underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee earlier this offseason, in hopes of cleaning up an injury that's nagged him for the last several seasons. The team has already cleared him to throw and expects him to be healthy in time for OTAs. It sounds like this is a non-issue for Wilson going forward. Today, 12:48 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    20.89 (96th)
  • Lynch: "Brock has earned the right" to be starter
    49ers GM John Lynch said Brock Purdy "has earned the right" to be the starter in 2023.

    Advice: On one hand, this is a ringing endorsement from Lynch. On the other, you'll find few who disagree with the notion that Purdy earned the right to start next season after 2023's Mr. Irrelevant went 5-0 in the regular season and had the 49ers within a game of the Super Bowl. Currently recovering from a torn UCL suffered in the NFC Championship Game, Purdy isn't expected to be fully cleared until the second week of September per a previous report. Former No. 3 overall pick Trey Lance will likely see first-team reps all offseason, and is the early favorite to start in Week 1. Still, Purdy's presence will loom large in the 49ers' locker room once healthy, which could leave Lance on a short leash. Today, 12:13 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    21.07 (124th)
  • Payton: Stidham an 'important signing' for Broncos
    Broncos HC Sean Payton said Jarrett Stidham was an "important signing" for the team this offseason.

    Advice: The Broncos signed Stidham to a two-year, $10 million deal this offseason to become Russell Wilson's handsomely paid backup. Payton added at the owners meeting that the team feels like Stidham "can become an NFL starter." This doesn't necessarily mean Wilson will be on a short leash in 2023 -- which would work against the Broncos' best interest after Wilson signed a five-year, $242 million contract last offseason. Stidham threw for 656-4-3 in his lone season with the Raiders. The former fourth-round pick has made just two career starts but appears to already have the admiration of his new coach. Today, 11:29 am
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    17.12 (217th)
  • Lamar: 'I requested a trade from the Ravens'
    Ravens QB Lamar Jackson said he requested a trade.

    Advice: This came just moments before Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was set to speak at the NFL owners meeting in Arizona. Jackson says his trade was requested on March 2nd, and is the result of the Ravens' lack of interest in meeting his value. Harbaugh has since been asked about Jackson's status heading into 2023, saying, "I'm getting ready for Lamar. When Lamar gets back on this train, it's moving full speed." This is just the latest in a saga between Jackson and the Ravens that is far from finished, as the two sides look to hammer out a new contract for the former MVP. Harbaugh also added he's unsure of whether or not Jackson will play under the franchise tag. Today, 10:53 am
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2477th)
  • Lead man in QB competition
    GM John Lynch said Monday that Purdy (elbow) is "probably the leader in the clubhouse" to start at quarterback for the 49ers, if healthy, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.

    Advice: Purdy, who is recovering from right elbow surgery to repair his ulnar collateral ligament, has earned some sway "with the way he's played," but Lombardi reports that Lynch made it clear that he'll be competing with both Trey Lance (ankle) and Sam Darnold for the starting gig this offseason. Darnold currently is healthy, and Lance should be by the start of OTAs, while Purdy may resume throwing in June. It's possible the results of San Francisco's quarterback competition won't be fully solidified until closer to the start of the 2023 regular season. Today, 8:22 am
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    21.07 (124th)
  • Steichen won't commit to Minshew starting in 2023
    Colts HC Shane Steichen said Gardner Minshew is "coming in to just compete" when asked whether Minshew will be starting games in 2023.

    Advice: This is the kind of answer you expect from a coach in late March. Minshew, who spent the last two seasons under Steichen in Philly, is familiar with the offense and was a convenient signing for the new regime. Still, the Colts hold the No. 4 overall pick in next month's draft, and will likely use it on one of the top-four signal callers when they're officially on the clock. There's a good chance Minshew starts a handful of games next season, but if the Colts select a quarterback with their first pick, his leash will likely be short. Today, 8:10 am
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2517th)
  • Has requested trade
    Jackson announced via his personal Twitter account Monday that he requested a trade from the Ravens on March 2.

    Advice: Coach John Harbaugh said, "We love [Jackson]," in his press conference Monday at the Annual League Meeting, in response to Jackson's trade announcement, but after lengthy contract disputes, the star quarterback has made it known that he prefers to move on from Baltimore. The Ravens placed the $32.4 million non-exclusive franchise tag on Jackson earlier this offseason, but the quarterback has yet to sign the tag. Other teams can negotiate a contract with Jackson due to the non-exclusive tag, which Baltimore could match or alternatively gain two first-round draft picks as compensation, but Jackson's now public announcement of a trade request could motivate teams around the league to more heavily pursue direct dialogue with the Ravens instead. Additionally, Harbaugh said Monday that Jackson has now fully healed from the sprained PCL in his left knee that caused him to miss Baltimore's final six contests of the 2022 campaign, per Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Banner. Today, 8:05 am
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2477th)