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  • DEN GM: 'Not interested' in trading Sutton, Jeudy
    Broncos GM George Paton says the team is "not interested" in trading WRs Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy.

    Advice: This reaffirms the commitment to the wide receiver duo put forth from newcomer head coach Sean Payton earlier in the day, which directly contradicts earlier reports that the team could be interested in shopping one of its top two pass-catchers prior to the NFL Draft in late April. In the same breath, Paton confirmed reports that they received multiple offers from around the league for each wide receiver, but all were shot down. Paton finished the discussion on Sutton and Jeudy saying, "We’re excited to have them on our football team. Two young players in their prime." Yesterday, 9:46 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    11.17 (81st)
  • Latches on with Bengals
    Smith signed a one-year contract with Cincinnati on Monday, Peter Schrager of Fox Sports reports.

    Advice: Smith appeared in eight games a season ago with Minnesota and finished with 25 catches for 182 yards and a pair of scores. He should have a chance to make an immediate impact with the Bengals if he can stay healthy, as he'll join the likes of Devin Asiasi, Tanner Hudson and Nick Bowers in the tight end room. Yesterday, 9:05 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    3.49 (1760th)
  • Gutekunst: 'No timeline for Aaron Rodgers trade'
    GM Brian Gutekunst said there is "No timeline for an Aaron Rodgers trade."

    Advice: He then said the team does not necessarily need a first-round pick in return for the first-ballot Hall of Famer and that "all options are on the table" regarding a potential return to Green Bay for the 2023 season, even if things were not currently trending in that direction. Gutekunst also went on to explain that he had been unable to reach Rodgers throughout the offseason to discuss the quarterback's future with the franchise. In what feels like a poorly written drama film, the relationship between the two sides has seemingly been tarnished enough to eliminate an Aaron Rodgers return to Green Bay while simultaneously raising tensions with his next potential suitors. Stay tuned as the saga rages on. Yesterday, 6:27 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    23.82 (74th)
  • Washington Commanders won't pursue Lamar Jackson
    Commanders will not pursue QB Lamar Jackson.

    Advice: Speaking Monday, Commanders General Manager Martin Mayhew clearly stated the team will not pursue quarterback Lamar Jackson. He ended his response to questions surrounding the enigmatic quarterback saying, "For us right now, we're moving forward with Sam (Howell) and Jacoby (Brissett).” It seems every quarterback-needy team is going to be asked the same question after Jackson publicly announced that he had requested a trade early Monday morning. Yesterday, 6:11 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2477th)
  • Roseman: Extending Hurts 'going to be a priority'
    Eagles GM Howie Roseman said signing Jalen Hurts to a contract extension is "going to be a priority."

    Advice: Hurts has more than outplayed his rookie contract, and has just one year left on his current deal. Being a former second-round pick, the Eagles don't have the luxury of a fifth-year option for Hurts, meaning now is the time to work out a long-term deal with their franchise quarterback. In just his second full season as a starter, Hurts helped lead the Eagles to a 14-3 record and a Super Bowl appearance. If not for two missed games late in the season, it's possible he would've walked away as the league MVP instead of finishing second behind Patrick Mahomes. ESPN's Dan Graziano reported in February that Hurts could be in line for a contract that pays upward of $50 million a year. It wouldn't be surprising to see Hurts sign a new contract later this summer as the Eagles continue to plan around his extension. Yesterday, 5:41 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    30.38 (8th)
  • Giants still hope to sign Saquon to long term deal
    Giants owner John Mara said the team wants Saquon Barkley to "be a Giant for his entire career."

    Advice: After signing quarterback Daniel Jones to a long-term deal shortly before the franchise tag deadline, the Giants moved to place the tag on Barkley. While the team still hopes to get a deal done with their star running back, Mara also noted that there's "no outstanding offer" on the table for Barkley and that the team "stepped back" after placing the tag on him. The two sides are reportedly still in talks with one another, but it's possible this negotiation stretches into the months leading up to training camp. Yesterday, 5:26 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2350th)
  • Colts won't rule out pursuing Lamar Jackson
    Colts GM Chris Ballard did not rule out the possibility of the team pursuing Lamar Jackson this offseason.

    Advice: The Colts are the only team that hasn't immediately shot down the idea of adding Jackson. Ballard spoke highly of Jackson when asked about whether or not the team would pursue him this offseason. He capped a lengthy statement regarding a potential trade for the former MVP by saying, "You've got to do your work on it to see if it's doable. Sometimes it is, sometimes it's not." Currently holding the No. 4 overall pick in this year's draft, the Colts have a number of directions they could go in to improve their quarterback situation this offseason. It's likely they'll have one of the top rookies in the class available to them, but Jackson has a proven track record to go with a 45-16 record in the regular season. Yesterday, 4:58 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2477th)
  • Cowboys 'always keep the door open' for Zeke
    Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy said the team will "always keep the door open" when asked about the possibility of Ezekiel Elliott returning.

    Advice: Zeke and the Cowboys decided to part ways after the two sides could not come to an agreement on a restructured contract. The team's willingness to consider a reunion with the former star feels more like a formality as opposed to a legitimate option, as they already have Tony Pollard under contract for next season. Additionally, the Cowboys went out and signed veteran running back Ronald Jones to a one-year deal just days after parting ways with Elliott, and a back could still be added during the draft. Yesterday, 4:23 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    13.92 (21st)
  • Has permission to seek trade
    The Cardinals have granted permission to Hopkins' (knee) representatives to discuss trades with other teams, Albert Breer of reports.

    Advice: After missing just two games in the first eight years of his career, Hopkins has been absent for 15 games the past two seasons due to a combination of injuries and a suspension. He's still produced when on the field, though, totaling 106 catches (on 160 targets) for 1,289 yards and 11 touchdowns in 19 appearances during that span. Despite Breer's report, new coach Jonathan Gannon told Steve Wyche of NFL Network at the Annual League Meeting on Sunday that he's "operating that he's a Cardinal right now" when asked about Hopkins. Hopkins' situation may continue to linger due to his 2023 base salary of $19.45 million, his age (he turns 31 in June) and his recent inability to be available to Arizona's offense. Yesterday, 3:59 pm
    Week 18 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2120th)