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  • Giants cut reserve special teams WR Cody Core
    Giants released WR Cody Core.

    Advice: This move saves the team $2 million in cap space. Currently rehabbing a torn Achilles' that forced him to miss the entirety of last season, it's still possible the Giants re-sign Core to a team-friendly deal in free agency. The organization will at the very least dodge the $500,000 roster bonus he was due on March 20. Today, 1:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (676th)
  • Titans allowing Kalif Raymond to test free agency
    Titans will allow impending free agent WR Kalif Raymond to test free agency.

    Advice: The Titans will forego tendering Raymond, who was a restricted free agent. The 26-year-old special teamer was never able to become a full-time player in Tennessee but did flash proven chops as a deep threat from play-action, averaging 18.9 and 20.8 yards per catch the past two seasons. Perhaps he follows former Titans OC and new Falcons coach Arthur Smith to Atlanta. Today, 9:59 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    1.07 (357th)
  • Steelers team site: Chase Claypool a 'diva''s Bob Labriola reported Chase Claypool's "diva quotient increased consistently over the course of his rookie season."

    Advice: It's an odd inclusion in a write up about how the team's wide receiver group projects for 2021. "Claypool didn't need very long to establish himself as a difference-maker, as a receiver capable of making plays down the field, and he was the offense's primary deep threat throughout the season," Labriola wrote. "If there was a negative, it was that it seemed as though Claypool's diva quotient increased consistently over the course of his rookie season. Whether that turns into a problem or comes to be viewed in the future as growing pains will develop over time." Claypool, 22, got into spats with opponents -- conflicts that didn't seem out of the ordinary. He wasn't an apparent distraction for the team in 2020. The touchdown machine should see a boost in playing time and targets in 2021 with JuJu Smith-Schuster likely signing elsewhere. Today, 7:26 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.64 (166th)
  • Odell Beckham (knee) 'on track' in recovery
    The Akron Beacon Journal reports Odell Beckham (knee) is "right on track" in his recovery.

    Advice: The Browns haven't put a timetable on Beckham's return, but he's been setback-free in his rehab. He'll be nine months removed from surgery at the start of training camp. Coach Kevin Stefanski said the Browns are "in a good spot" to keep both Beckham and Jarvis Landry. Beckham will count $15.8 million against the cap if Cleveland doesn't trade him this offseason. Yesterday, 6:29 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (897th)
  • Tim Patrick likely to get second-round tender?
    Broncos GM George Paton confirmed the team plans to tender restricted free agent Tim Patrick.

    Advice: The Denver Channel's Troy Renck expects Patrick to be tendered at the second-round level. That should be enough to hold off teams after Patrick led the Broncos in receiving last season. Denver is also expected to tender offers to RFAs Phillip Lindsay and Alexander Johnson. Saturday, 6:21 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.25 (216th)
  • Courtland Sutton (ACL) running pass routes
    Broncos general manager George Paton said Courtland Sutton is running pass routes. 

    Advice: Seven months removed from a season-ending ACL tear, Sutton has resumed route running. It was reported in late January that Sutton had started jogging in his recovery. The standout receiver looks to be on pace to return from Broncos training camp this summer. He could be an overlooked fantasy player, even with the erratic Drew Lock under center for Denver. Friday, 8:52 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (813th)
  • McLaurin played through two high-ankle sprains
    Terry McLaurin says he played through two high-ankle sprains in 2020. 

    Advice: We knew about one, which is difficult enough to play through. The timeline, or whether both injuries were to the same foot, is unclear. Coupled with Alex Smith's pop-gun presence under center, it would explain why McLaurin's production dramatically tailed in the second half of the season. Despite the injuries, the 25-year-old still managed to confirm himself as one of the best young receivers in football. He should once again push for WR1 relevance in 2021, though it is unknown who will be under center for the Football Team. Thursday, 2:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.95 (121st)
  • Seahawks release rights to Josh Gordon
    Seahawks released WR Josh Gordon. 

    Advice: It's a formality with a player who didn't suit up in 2020 because of continued suspensions. Gordon was finally set to return in December before getting banned yet again. The supremely-talented 29-year-old has made only 28 appearances since 2014. He announced last week he was signing on with the "Fan Controlled Football league," where Twitch users can call plays with real-life players. Gordon turns 30 next month. His long, strange NFL trip would seem to be at an end. Thursday, 1:28 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (783rd)
  • Mayock, Raiders would 'love' to have Agholor back
    Raiders GM Mike Mayock said the team would "love" to re-sign impending free agent WR Nelson Agholor.

    Advice: “Nelly’s one of my favorite people in the whole world,” Mayock said in his press conference. "He brought a work ethic, a toughness, he brought the young guys along with him, and he brought productivity and trust with our quarterback. So all of those things he brought, we don’t want to lose. We’d love to have Nelly back. That’s a guy that I can’t tell you how much appreciation I have for.” Agholor reportedly told his teammates they "were selfish and didn’t work hard enough" after their Week 16 loss to the Dolphins, so it's unclear whether the receiver is in much of a hurry to re-sign in Las Vegas. Even so, his rapport with Derk Carr was off the charts, finishing second on the team in both targets (82) and receiving yards (896). Returning to the Raiders is arguably the 27-year-old's best-case scenario for fantasy. Thursday, 6:47 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.38 (102nd)
  • Giants cut Golden Tate, save $6.2M against the cap
    Giants released WR Golden Tate.

    Advice: This move was widely expected after a forgettable season that included a suspension and some on-field frustrations surrounding his target volume. Tate, 33, no longer projects as a sure-fire starter in the slot but could be a fit on a contender as depth. He's posted 795-, 676-, and 388-yard seasons since leaving Detroit in 2017. The Giants will be leaning on Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, Saquon Barkley, and offseason acquisitions in 2021. Wednesday, 4:26 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1001st)
  • Lions strike one-year deal with WR Tyrell Williams
    Lions signed WR Tyrell Williams, formerly of the Raiders, to a one-year contract.

    Advice: Released by the Raiders last week after two seasons there, Williams, 29, missed all of 2020 with a shoulder injury that required surgery. He's believed to be healthy and will give the Lions an outside deep threat for Jared Goff with Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones slated to hit free agency in two weeks. Williams' fantasy appeal isn't high, but he could find himself playing heavy snaps if the Lions don't franchise-tag Golladay or do a whole lot else at wideout. Wednesday, 12:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (434th)
  • Bears admit Allen Robinson could be tagged
    Speaking Tuesday, Bears GM Ryan Pace admitted impending free agent Allen Robinson could be franchise tagged. 

    Advice: “We have a ton of respect for Allen,” Pace claimed. “We have to do what’s best for the Bears too. We consider everything. ... No firm decision on that yet, but we know we have it at our disposal. We want to keep our good players and Allen is a good player for us.” Long frustrated better long-term offers have not been forthcoming, Robinson has unsurprisingly seemed unenthused about the prospect of the tag. It is possible the Bears could be planning on a tag-and-trade, but their M.O. is generally to go for it. They have one more week to mull the tag. Tuesday, 1:19 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.98 (56th)
  • Rapsheet: 'Surprise' if Kenny Golladay not tagged
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport "would be surprised" if impending free agent Kenny Golladay was not franchise tagged. 

    Advice: Rapsheet has been beating this drum for several weeks now. The rebuilding Lions are not in the greatest salary cap situation, but they can always make the numbers work. At the very least, Golladay should be tagged with an eye toward a potential trade. Per Rapsheet, the Lions are genuine in their desire to keep the 27-year-old wideout. Remaining in Detroit with Jared Goff would probably make Golladay more of a WR2 than WR1 for 2021. Tuesday, 11:04 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (736th)
  • Beat: Expect Jags to pursue free agent receivers
    ESPN's Michael DiRocco reports the Jaguars will be "active" in pursuing free agent wide receivers. 

    Advice: With Keelan Cole, Dede Westbrook, and Chris Conley likely gone in 2021, Urban Meyer's team could bolster its receiver group in free agency. While it's unclear if the Jaguars -- who have the most cap space of any NFL team this offseason -- are in the market for a top-tier wideout, it would be an upset if the team didn't add a receiver or two in the coming months. Depending on who they add, DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault should be decent value picks in best ball drafts this spring and summer. Tuesday, 7:08 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (817th)
  • Ravens likely won't pursue A-Rob, Golladay
    ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports the "expectation is Baltimore won’t pursue a No. 1 wide receiver like Allen Robinson or Kenny Golladay."

    Advice: For fantasy purposes, Golladay and Robinson avoiding the Ravens is certainly for the best. The team's low-volume passing offense wouldn't offer the sort of opportunity that has made Golladay and Robinson consistent fantasy producers. In 2020, Ravens receivers ranked last in catches (137) and receiving yards (1,729). Hensley said Baltimore could pursue "one or two wide receivers from the second tier" -- wideouts like Sammy Watkins, A.J. Green, and Corey Davis. Dez Bryant and Willie Snead aren't expected back for the Ravens in 2021. Tuesday, 5:55 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.98 (56th)
  • Eagles tender former UDFA slot WR Greg Ward
    Eagles tendered WR Greg Ward.

    Advice: It means Ward will either have to put pen to paper on a minimum contract offer or sit out the season. Although it wasn't planned for the 25-year-old to be an integral part of Philadelphia's offense for the second straight year, Ward surprisingly totaled 53 catches for 419 yards and six touchdowns due to mid-season injuries dealt to DeSean Jackson, Alshon Jeffery, and Jalen Reagor. This move was a no-brainer given that Ward has proved competent with 81/673/7 since entering the league in 2019. Mar 1, 10:17 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.38 (213th)
  • Josh Gordon joins startup pro football league
    Josh Gordon signed with the Zappers of the Fan Controlled Football league. 

    Advice: It's one of the sadder sentences ever written about a player who once upon a time looked like an all-time great. After bouncing in and out of the NFL for eight years, Gordon, 29, joins the FCF, headlined by former Browns QB Johnny Manziel. FCF games are played seven-on-seven in a "high tech studio arena and streamed live on Twitch," according to the league's site. Fans can apparently call plays for FCF teams -- like a video game with human beings. Gordon most recently played for the Seahawks, and failed the terms of his conditional reinstatement in late December, effectively ending his NFL career. Gordon in 2013 led the NFL in receiving yards. Feb 27, 12:27 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (783rd)
  • Tim Patrick likely to receive high tender offer
    The Broncos are likely to place at least a second-round tender on restricted free agent Tim Patrick.

    Advice: Patrick is coming off career highs, posting a 51/742/6 line as a 15 game starter. Denver may play it safe and give him a first-round tender, as there could be league interest in the 27-year-old.  It’s possible the Broncos shop Patrick this offseason given their depth at receiver, but he'll be brought back if he isn’t traded. Feb 27, 6:35 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.25 (216th)
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