• Cowboys don't fear sophomore slump for Dak
    Cowboys QBs coach Wade Wilson insisted Dak Prescott is in no danger of experiencing a sophomore slump.

    Advice: It is part of Wilson's job description to build Prescott up, keep in mind. "Nothing is too big for that kid," said Wilson, a former longtime NFL QB himself. "He’s improved strength-wise, flexibility-wise, speed-wise, quickness-wise, so he’s not resting on anything that went on last year." Prescott said he's taking on a more vocal leadership role after "just being quiet and trying to fit my way in" as a rookie. Prescott will again be a high-upside late-round quarterback target. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:29 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    15 (37th)
  • Brock Osweiler says he expects to start
    Brock Osweiler says he expects to be the Browns' starter.

    Advice: "My expectation is always to start," Osweiler said. "But once again that's not my decision. I want to play and I want to help this team win, but I know there's a lot of work that needs to go into that." Osweiler has been working with the second-team offense at OTAs, but rotated in with the starters. The Browns quarterback competition should carry deep into training camp. Rotoworld.com Today, 3:11 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (705th)
  • 'No assurances' Luck will be ready for camp
    The Indianapolis Star reports "there are no assurances" Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be ready for the start of training camp.

    Advice: Owner Jim Irsay hinted at this back in March. Luck hasn't had any setbacks, but the Colts are committed to not rushing him back from January surgery. Even if Luck misses some camp time, there's no concern over his status for Week 1. Rotoworld.com Today, 1:34 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    20 (5th)
  • Seahawks not expected to immediately sign QB
    The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta reports the Seahawks aren't expected to immediately sign free agent Colin Kaepernick or any other quarterback.

    Advice: Kaepernick and Austin Davis are the two known passers visiting the team on Wednesday. It sounds like a mere look-see on the Seahawks' end for the time being, but it's a step in the right direction for Kaepernick. The Seahawks would probably like to have a backup QB in place in time for June minicamp. Rotoworld.com Today, 11:43 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
  • Bills sign fifth-round QB Nathan Peterman
    Bills signed fifth-round QB Nathan Peterman to a four-year contract.

    Advice: Peterman is considered more pro-ready than a typical fifth-round QB, and is battling with veteran T.J. Yates and Cardale Jones for the backup job behind Tyrod Taylor. Peterman should win a spot on the 53-man roster, and could be an option if the Bills move on from Taylor in the future. Rotoworld.com Today, 10:52 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (486th)
  • Seahawks to work out Kaepernick, other QBs
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks will work out Colin Kaepernick and other free agent quarterbacks Wednesday.

    Advice: Last week, coach Pete Carroll said the team had expressed some interest in Kaepernick, and NFL Network's Mike Silver reported GM John Schneider "reached out" to Kap and the interest was "legit." Seattle will be the first team to get a firsthand look at Kaepernick since he and the 49ers parted ways back in March. The fit with the Seahawks seems perfect as Russell Wilson's backup. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:01 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
  • Eagles coaches mad Wentz worked with QB gurus
    The Philadelphia Inquirer's Marcus Hayes reports Eagles coaches were "not thrilled" Carson Wentz sought outside help with his mechanics over the winter.

    Advice: Only NFL coaches would be mad about a player trying to better himself. Coaches aren't allowed offseason contact with players, so Wentz hired 3DQB gurus Adam Dedeaux and Tom House. Coach Doug Pederson "sneered" when asked about it at the Eagles' first OTA. Wentz is now hesitant to return to 3DQB this summer. Rotoworld.com Today, 5:55 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    14 (43rd)
  • Teddy Bridgewater takes snaps, throws passes
    Teddy Bridgewater (left knee) took snaps and threw passes at Tuesday's OTAs session.

    Advice: In a video released by the team, Bridgewater was dropping back with his surgically-repaired knee sheathed in a long brace. Speaking earlier this month, coach Mike Zimmer said he was feeling "more optimistic" about Bridgewater's recovery, but cautioned he still had a "long way to go." At best, Bridgewater is questionable to back up Sam Bradford in Week 1. The reserve/PUP list remains the most likely possibility. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 3:11 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (1022nd)
  • Mike Glennon: The Bears are my team in 2017
    Speaking Tuesday, Bears QB Mike Glennon said it's "his year," and that the Bears are "his team."

    Advice: He's tilting. Glennon admitted "surprise" at the Bears' trade up for Mitchell Trubisky, but has evidently pumped himself back up. Glennon is the favorite to be under center in Week 1, but the odds are high that Trubisky will make 2017 starts. That's the reality for any first-round quarterback, let alone a top-two pick. Glennon will have to be sensational to keep the wolves at bay. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 10:58 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    13 (68th)
  • Siemian gets Broncos first team reps
    Trevor Siemian received the first snaps with the first-team Broncos offense at OTAs.

    Advice: Siemian is competing with Paxton Lynch for the starting job, but is shaping up as the favorite. The duo will apparently alternate days, but it's telling that Siemian got the first crack. 2016 first-rounder Lynch offers a theoretically higher ceiling, but looked nowhere close to being ready as a rookie. Lynch will probably end up making 2017 starts, but Siemian will begin the season managing games. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 10:45 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    9 (145th)
  • Jets OC: Quarterbacks will get equal reps
    Jets OC John Morton said each quarterback will get equal reps with the first-team offense during OTAs.

    Advice: That was not the case on the first day of OTAs when Christian Hackenberg worked exclusively on the second field with Josh McCown running the ones and Bryce Petty switching between the two. Hackenberg will get his chance at some point, however, and Morton said all three have a "great opportunity." Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 10:04 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (582nd)
  • Hackenberg third quarterback through at OTAs
    Christian Hackenberg is working behind both Josh McCown and Bryce Petty during OTAs.

    Advice: Considering it is the first practice of OTAs and the calendar has yet to flip to June, this means next to nothing. Still, this will be one of the most written about battles of the offseason, and it is good to know where each player stands at the beginning. For now, it looks like Hackenberg is bringing up the rear. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:22 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (582nd)
  • Redskins could tag Kirk Cousins a third time?
    Team president Bruce Allen said the Redskins would be willing to place the franchise tag on Kirk Cousins next offseason.

    Advice: "Yes," Allen said when asked directly about tagging Cousins for the third year in a row. "We really have one year and an option that we can do at the end of next season if we don’t get a contract." Tagging a player three years in a row is intentionally cost prohibitive, and Cousins would be due $34 million if Washington tags him again next spring. The Redskins do have other options, including the transition tag ($28 million) and non-exclusive franchise tag which would both offer the right of first refusal if Cousins signs an offer sheet somewhere else. Of course, all of this madness could be avoided if Washington matches Cousins' contract demands by the July 15 deadline, but that is unlikely at this point. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:03 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (26th)
  • Goff having 'easier time' with new offense
    Jared Goff said he is having an "easier time" learning the new offense under coach Sean McVay.

    Advice: "I don’t know whether that’s scheme or the way it’s taught or what not," Goff said, "but I’ve enjoyed spending time with the coaches and picking it up pretty quickly." New OC Matt LaFleur shared a similar sentiment earlier this month, saying Goff has "really grasped the offense surprisingly fast." Goff was bad enough last year to raise serious questions about his ability to develop into a quality starter, but McVay and company will give him his best chance. As Goff suggested, that was not the case last season. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 5:26 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    12 (77th)
  • Carr confident extension will be done by camp
    Contract-year QB Derek Carr is confident an extension will be in place by training camp.

    Advice: NFL Network's Mike Silver reported last week that Carr had "grown frustrated" with the "slow pace" of talks. "These things take time," Carr said. "The Raiders know I want to be here; this is my family, and I know they want me to be their quarterback." Carr is upping the public pressure, both through leaks and direct statements. Quarterback talks are never easy, but Carr will likely have a new deal before Week 1. Rotoworld.com Monday, 11:37 am
    Questionable
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    16 (29th)
  • Josh Dobbs signs his four-year, rookie deal
    Steelers signed fourth-round QB Josh Dobbs to a four-year contract.

    Advice: Dobbs made 35 starts for Tennessee, finishing with a 23-12 record, 61.5% completion rate, 53:29 TD-to-INT ratio, and 7.1 yards-per-attempt average. Despite that success, Dobbs has issues with mechanics, accuracy, and decision making. He is something of a project, but he should get ample time to develop behind Ben Roethlisberger and possesses the tools to become a starter. Rotoworld.com Monday, 8:26 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (771st)
  • Deadline 'driving point' in Cousins talks
    Redskins president Bruce Allen said the July 15 deadline for a long-term deal is "the driving point" in negotiations with franchise-tagged QB Kirk Cousins.

    Advice: Allen said the team has maintained "constant dialogue" with Cousins' camp and he is "still optimistic" something will get done. That optimism seems unsupported by the facts on the ground, but Allen is right that deadlines drive action. Perhaps the Redskins and Cousins will surprise us this summer. Rotoworld.com Monday, 6:52 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (26th)
  • Klis thinks Siemian will win the starting job
    Mike Klis of 9 News Denver would be "surprised" if Trevor Siemian doesn't beat out Paxton Lynch.

    Advice: This is Klis' "gut feeling" on Denver's QB competition. Siemian was passable as the Broncos' starter last year, but Denver didn't draft Lynch to be a spectator. The 2016 first-rounder offers a higher ceiling than Siemian and should be given every opportunity to start Week 1. Even if Siemian holds off Lynch, we're guessing he'll be on a fairly short leash. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 6:38 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    9 (145th)
  • C. Hackenberg struggled in warmups last year
    ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini spoke to a scout who was "taken aback" by how many "off-target" passes Christian Hackenberg threw in pregame warmups last season.

    Advice: Hackenberg didn't see the field as a rookie, telling given his second-round draft status and the miserable play of Ryan Fitzpatrick and Bryce Petty. The Jets are having an open competition at quarterback, but Hackenberg is a long shot to overtake Josh McCown and Petty. New York's decision to draft Hackenberg 51st overall was one of the worst picks in recent memory. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 5:58 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (582nd)
  • Less than 50 percent chance Cousins signs LTD
    ESPN's John Keim thinks there is less than a 50-percent chance walk-year QB Kirk Cousins signs a long-term deal with the Redskins before the season.

    Advice: It is not a surprising belief considering neither side has expressed optimism and coach Jay Gruden recently dodged the question entirely, saying, "I know he’s gonna be here this season, and that’s all I care about." Perhaps something changes if Washington is able to put together a playoff run, but right now the two sides seem headed toward a divorce next spring. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 6:27 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (26th)
  • Watson has 'no idea' if he'll start Week 1
    First-round QB Deshaun Watson admitted he has "no idea" if he'll be the Texans' Week 1 starter.

    Advice: "That's up to the coaching staff," he said. "My job is to come in and learn the system, learn the organization and play my part." Tom Savage is still the favorite to start Week 1, but Watson could easily overtake Savage with a strong training camp. The Clemson alum was the third quarterback drafted behind Mitchell Trubisky and Patrick Mahomes. Rotoworld.com Friday, 11:22 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    10 (93rd)
  • Cowboys 'not a fit' for Colin Kaepernick
    ESPN's Todd Archer was told that free agent Colin Kaepernick is "not a fit" for the Cowboys.

    Advice: Archer argues that signing Kaepernick would make sense because of his relatively low asking price and his similarities to starter Dak Prescott, but it doesn't sound like he's on the Cowboys' radar. Kellen Moore is a favorite of OC Scott Linehan and remains the favorite to back up Prescott in 2017. Archer suggested Austin Davis, Robert Griffin III, Thaddeus Lewis, Zach Mettenberger and Aaron Murray as possibilities should the Cowboys pursue a backup this summer. Rotoworld.com Friday, 10:26 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
  • Brady's agent denies he suffered concussion
    Tom Brady's agent Don Yee denied that his client suffered a concussion last season.

    Advice: "Tom was not diagnosed with a concussion last year," Yee insisted. "Many of the protocols and safeguards still are evolving, and it's obviously a good thing the organization and everyone close to him is vigilant and always looking out for his health." Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen stirred up controversy by claiming that Brady suffered an unreported concussion last year. We're not sure who to believe, but obviously unreported head injuries are a major concern and something the NFL must address. Rotoworld.com Friday, 10:16 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (23rd)
  • Bucs ink Ryan Fitzpatrick as veteran backup
    Bucs signed QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to a one-year, $3 million contract.

    Advice: This should surely rile up the Colin Kaepernick crowd, as FitzMagic gets a job before Kap. Fitzpatrick was the worst quarterback in football last season, crumbling after a positive 2015 to throw 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions, average 6.7 YPA, and finish near the bottom of the league with his 69.6 passer rating. Fitzpatrick will compete with Ryan Griffin to be Jameis Winston's No. 2. Rotoworld.com Friday, 6:58 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (1050th)
  • Dalton thinks offense will make 'a big jump'
    Andy Dalton thinks the offense will make "a big jump" this season after adding John Ross and Joe Mixon.

    Advice: "We’re faster obviously. With John Ross’ speed that will be a big factor," Dalton said. "I would think that with (Mixon’s) versatility – the ability to run and catch – I think that’s going to be big." The cupboard ran dry in Cincinnati last season following the departures of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu as well as the injuries to A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert, but the organization did a good job reloading. Dalton could end up being a value in fantasy drafts. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 8:03 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    18 (17th)
  • Joseph: Decision-making 'major factor' at QB
    Broncos coach Vance Joseph said, "Decision-making is going to be a major factor in who wins the (quarterback) job."

    Advice: "The guy who makes great decisions with the football, not turning the football over, and the guy who lets his teammates play for him, that’s the guy I want to lead our football team," Joseph added. Speaking about his two quarterbacks, Joseph praised Trevor Siemian for his "high football IQ" while he focused more on Paxton Lynch's "physical ability," which is not surprising considering the sophomore's struggles last year. The coach promised a clean slate, however, and Lynch has time to show his mechanics and decision-making have improved. Even so, Siemian looks like the favorite right now. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 6:12 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    9 (145th)
  • Alex Smith understands why Chiefs drafted QB
    Alex Smith said he understands why the Chiefs drafted Patrick Mahomes.

    Advice: "This is maybe the most important position in all of sports, and it would be crazy not to be stockpiling talent," Smith said. "But at the same time, that doesn’t change my focus, right? I feel like I’ve got a lot of years left in me and still feel like I’m getting better." Smith has already been through a similar situation in San Francisco with Colin Kaepernick, but he said he is in a "different place" and a "much different player" than he was with the 49ers. Smith is going to be the starter this season, but it could end up being his last in Kansas City. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 5:41 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    13 (64th)
  • Brady's wife said Tom had concussion in 2016
    Appearing on CBS This Morning on Wednesday, Tom Brady's wife, Gisele, said Brady suffered a concussion last season and "he does have concussions."

    Advice: If so, this is the first we've heard of it. Brady was on the injury report several times with knee and thigh issues last season, starting around Week 12 after a Week 11 game in San Francisco. He's never missed a game due to a brain injury, and missed the only 15 games of his career to injury in 2008 when he tore his ACL. Expect Gisele's words to get plenty of media attention considering the slow news cycle this time of year, but ultimately we don't see anything coming of it as far as a punishment for the Patriots. She sounded more like a concerned wife. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 6:30 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (23rd)
  • Report: Carr frustrated with extension talks
    NFL Network's Mike Silver reports contract-year QB Derek Carr has "grown frustrated" with the "slow pace" of extension talks.

    Advice: Per Silver, Carr is "extremely eager" to hammer out an extension before training camp, but the team hasn't reached out to his agent in two-plus weeks since the draft. Carr's patience is "wearing thin." We still have roughly two months until camps open, but this is going to be a tricky negotiation. Carr is pushing to pass Andrew Luck as the NFL's highest-paid quarterback. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 5:26 am
    Questionable
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    16 (29th)
  • Palmer has 'no idea' if 2017 is his last year
    Speaking Tuesday, Carson Palmer said he has "no idea" if 2017 will be his final season.

    Advice: Palmer is headed into his age-37 campaign. Riddled with injury throughout his 14-year career, he's indeed likely on his last legs. In an attempt to keep him fresh, the Cardinals are easing him into the offseason program. Palmer has eliminated throws in March and April, and will receive routine off days throughout the year. With both Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald on the brink of retirement, the Cardinals' current offensive core is about to age out. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 11:01 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    16 (30th)
  • Hue: Osweiler has 'done a good job'
    Browns coach Hue Jackson said Brock Osweiler has "done a good job" this offseason.

    Advice: "He's been great in the room with the guys," Jackson continued. "We're going to continue to allow him to do that and see what he has to show for us." The end of those comments do not suggest Osweiler has a chance at the starting job, but it makes sense for the Browns to see what he can offer. Cody Kessler appears to be the favorite to open the season as the starter at this point. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 9:20 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (705th)
  • Ex-teammate: Ben was serious about retirement
    Former teammate Willie Colon said Ben Roethlisberger "seriously" considered retirement this offseason.

    Advice: "I got to sit down and talk to him and one thing he told me is he did take it seriously," Colon said. "He’s dealt with a lot of injuries." The Steelers did not seem particularly concerned about the retirement rumors this spring, but perhaps they should be moving forward. Ben turns 36 next March and could take retirement even more "seriously" if he deals with more injuries. Perhaps preparing for the future, the Steelers drafted Josh Dobbs in the fourth round. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 8:06 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    19 (7th)
  • Hackenberg says he is 'more comfortable'
    Christian Hackenberg said he is "more comfortable" heading into his second season.

    Advice: "Without a doubt, I think there’s a different level of confidence," Hackenberg said. "More comfortable in the situation, more comfortable walking in the building, more comfortable with the guys in the locker room, in the huddle." Hackenberg added he is not focusing on the competition for the starting job but rather the things he "can control." Josh McCown looks like the favorite to start right now, but the safe money is on Hackenberg seeing the field at some point in 2017. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 6:11 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (582nd)
  • Hue: Other QBs 'have to take it' from Kessler
    Browns coach Hue Jackson said the other quarterbacks will "Have to take" the starting job away from Cody Kessler.

    Advice: "They better take it from him because I know him. He’s not going to give it up," Jackson said. Kessler was already expected to get the first reps in OTAs, but these comments suggest he is the favorite to open Week 1 as the starter barring a surprising performance from DeShone Kizer, Brock Osweiler, or Kevin Hogan in training camp. Of the three, Kizer would appear to be the biggest threat. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 5:12 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    10 (104th)
  • DeShone Kizer knows he has a long way to go
    DeShone Kizer acknowledged he has a long way to go before he "can even consider thinking about competition and trying to play."

    Advice: "I'm at step one," Kizer said. "I need to get to level 500 before I can even consider stepping on an NFL field." Coach Hue Jackson has said Cody Kessler is the man to beat at quarterback, and Kizer seems to know he has a lot of work to do between now and training camp to have any shot of starting Week 1. Even so, it will be surprising if Kizer does not get on the field at some point as a rookie. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 5:09 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    4 (282nd)
  • Seahawks have 'legit' interest in Kaepernick
    NFL Network's Mike Silver reports Seahawks GM John Schneider "reached out" to free agent Colin Kaepernick on Friday, and the interest is "legit."

    Advice: This comes on the heels of coach Pete Carroll saying in a radio interview Monday that the Seahawks are "considering" Kaepernick and fellow free agent QB Robert Griffin III. Kaepernick makes far more sense since, you know, he's actually done something productive on a football field in the past couple years. With No. 2 QB Trevone Boykin getting into off-field trouble this offseason and the Seahawks not having a capable backup to Russell Wilson, it'd be a fine landing spot for Kap on a team that can put up with any PR nightmare that may come with him. Rotoworld.com May 15, 7:13 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
  • Peterman has 'chip on shoulder' as 5th-rder
    Bills rookie QB Nathan Peterman said being selected in the fifth round has put a "big chip on my shoulder."

    Advice: "I think going forward, it’s going to serve as definitely a good motivator for me and a big chip on my shoulder," Peterman said. "And I think that’s kind of always how I’ve played, too. So I’m thankful for it and just trying to go to work." Peterman was being talked about as an early Day 2 pick in the pre-draft process but tumbled to Day 3. What he does have going for him, however, is he was handpicked by the new Bills regime and could start games if Tyrod Taylor struggles or when/if Buffalo moves on from Taylor come 2018. Peterman is smart with adequate size. Rotoworld.com May 15, 3:05 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (486th)
  • Falcons sign Matt Simms
    Falcons signed QB Matt Simms.

    Advice: Simms spent all last summer with Atlanta, then was waived at final cuts. He'll again serve as a camp arm behind Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, and B.J. Daniels. Rotoworld.com May 15, 1:21 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (796th)
  • Gruden won't comment on Cousins beyond 2017
    Asked about Kirk Cousins' contract situation, coach Jay Gruden said "I know he’s gonna be here this season, and that’s all I care about."

    Advice: "My approach, really: I’m not gonna be concerned about it," Gruden insisted. We wouldn't expect Gruden to be expansive on the matter, but the fact he wouldn't offer up even a boilerplate quote about Cousins remaining with the team beyond 2017 is interesting. The Redskins committed to hardball with their quarterback, and have not let up. It's safe to say Cousins won't forget that during talks. Rotoworld.com May 15, 12:08 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    17 (26th)
  • Carroll: We could add Robert Griffin III
    Speaking in a Monday radio interview, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said free agent Robert Griffin III could be an option behind Russell Wilson.

    Advice: Carroll said the same of Colin Kaepernick, which is what will get the headlines. Cut by the Browns on March 10, RGIII hasn't been heard from since. There hadn't been so much as a visit or a rumor until Carroll's interview. The odds don't seem particularly high he ends up in Seattle. Griffin turned 27 in February. Rotoworld.com May 15, 11:12 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (693rd)
  • Carroll: We're considering Kaepernick, RGIII
    Speaking in a Monday radio interview, Seahawks coach Pete Caroll said the team is considering free agents Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III as it looks to add competition behind Russell Wilson.

    Advice: Aside from the oft-arrested Trevone Boykin, the Seahawks have no one behind Wilson, so it's a pressing need. Carroll's 'Hawks are never ones to swim with the league current, so it would be far from surprising were they the ones to break the Kap embargo. Neither Kap nor Griffin have made a visit since the start of free agency. Rotoworld.com May 15, 11:09 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
  • 49ers unsure Colin Kaepernick wants to play
    49ers sources have told MMQB's Peter King that free agent Colin Kaepernick "might actually rather do social justice work full time than play quarterback."

    Advice: It seems like another flimsy excuse for teams to wash their hands of Kaepernick, who remains unemployed while charity cases Blaine Gabbert, Ryan Mallett and Mark Sanchez continue to receive steady paychecks. Teams have avoided Kaepernick like the plague, preferring to distance themselves from his political stances or anything that could be perceived as controversial. Kaepernick hasn't been a particularly effective starter over the last few seasons, but he's certainly worthy of being an NFL backup. Now that the May 9 deadline has passed, teams no longer have to sacrifice a compensatory pick to sign Kaepernick. Even so, we wouldn't expect Kap to land an NFL opportunity anytime soon. Rotoworld.com May 14, 6:30 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0 (536th)
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