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  • 'Good chance' teams view Everett as a starter
    The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia believes there's a "good chance" Gerald Everett will be "viewed as a starter on the open market." 

    Advice: Everett in 2020 saw as many targets as Rams teammate Tyler Higbee despite running fewer pass routes. Now a free agent, Everett could land on a team that sees him not as a No. 2 tight end, but a starter. Last year, Everett averaged 7.97 PPR points in games where he saw at least five targets. "If a team thinks there‚Äôs untapped upside," Kapadia said, "a deal in the neighborhood of $7 million to $8 million per year could be in play." Higbee, signed with LA through the 2023 season, would presumably see more opportunity if Everett signs with another team, though that's far from a guarantee.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Saturday, 1:58 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.96 (256th)
     
  • Hunter Henry in line for $10.5 million per year?
    The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia believes Hunter Henry could get $10.5 million a year in free agency. 

    Advice: Kapadia said Austin Hooper's 2020 deal with Cleveland could be a fair comp for what Henry might fetch on the open market. Henry, 26, was franchise tagged last year. Henry, who averaged more fantasy points last season than all but nine tight ends, could see significant interest from teams who see him as a matchup nightmare against slower linebackers and smaller safeties. Ex-XFLer and touchdown machine Donald Parham could get a real shot at the Chargers' starting tight end job if Henry signs elsewhere this offseason.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Saturday, 1:29 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (639th)
     
  • Jaguars decline Eifert's '21 option, saving $5.25M
    The Jaguars declined TE Tyler Eifert's 2021 option, making him a free agent.

    Advice: The move saves the Jaguars $5.25 million against the cap. After injuries ruined a span of his career in Cincinnati, Eifert has been able to stay healthy the last two seasons, appearing in 31-of-32 games. In his lone season with Jacksonville, 30-year-old Eifert turned 60 targets into a 36-349-2 line across 15 games. His 52-615-13 year in 2015 was an extreme outlier. Eifert will likely have to settle for another one-year deal. NBCSportsEDGE.com Monday, 4:55 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.92 (225th)
     
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