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  • Report: 'Real chance' Ravens trade TE Hurst
    The Athletic's Jeff Howe reports there's a "real chance" the Ravens "move" third-year TE Hayden Hurst this offseason.

    Advice: Hurst was the No. 25 overall pick in the 2018 draft but is already going to turn 27 this year. Mark Andrews, drafted in the third round that same year, has breezed past Hurst on the depth chart, as Hurst has just a combined 43-512-3 receiving line across 28 career games. Hurst should have a market, but the Ravens can't expect more than a Day 3 pick. Andrews and Nick Boyle are Baltimore's top two tight ends. Yesterday, 4:35 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.75 (220th)
  • Titans expected 'to be in mix' for Tom Brady
    Appearing on the Rich Eisen Show last week, ESPN's Adam Schefter stated he expects the Titans to "be in the mix" for impending free agent Tom Brady.

    Advice: Schefter started out his Titans-Brady discussion by stating his colleague at ESPN, Jeff Darlington, "basically handicapped the Titans as the favorite right now." Per Schefter, Darlington ordered the likelihood of destinations as Titans No. 1, Raiders No. 2, and Patriots No. 3. Schefter added the Chargers to the discussion as a long shot. Brady has obvious connections to the Titans, having played with coach Mike Vrabel in New England, while GM Jon Robinson was a former Patriots executive. The Titans are also a playoff-ready team Brady would be looking for if he were to leave New England. The Titans' quarterback situation is fascinating, with both Ryan Tannehill and Marcus Mariota slated for free agency. Yesterday, 4:13 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (6th)
  • Giants release TE Scott Simonson
    Giants released TE Scott Simonson.

    Advice: Simonson played 21 games with the Giants from 2018-2019, generally being utilized in a block-heavy role. Overall, the veteran TE has caught just 12 passes for 107 yards and one touchdown since entering the league in 2014. Yesterday, 1:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1027th)
  • DAL hasn't met Dak's agent since September
    Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said the Cowboys haven't met or negotiated with Dak Prescott's agent Todd France since September.

    Advice: Jones added, "No contract with Prescott or Amari Cooper will be agreed upon until CBA rules for the 2020 league year are decided." Still, he reaffirmed the team's long-term commitment to Prescott by noting, "Dak’s our quarterback. He’s our quarterback for the future. We have nothing but the greatest respect for him ... There’s no thoughts like that." The good news is that the Cowboys met with Cooper and his agent Chafie Fields at the Pro Bowl in Orlando. Jones said the conversation was "very upbeat." Recent reports have been all over the place with Prescott, but most recently NFL Network's Ian Rapoport noted the Cowboys are attempting to get a long-term deal done prior to March 10. That is when the franchise tag window closes. Look for talks to heat up following the combine. Yesterday, 12:30 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    21.01 (3rd)
  • ATL expected to pick up Schaub's $2M option
    NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Falcons are expected to pick up QB Matt Schaub’s $2 million option for 2020.

    Advice: Schaub started one game in 2019, throwing for 460 yards against the Seahawks. Still, it took 52 attempts to do so, and the Falcons trailed 24-0 at halftime. It was Schaub's first start since 2015. He'll be 39 in June and can't be counted on as a realistic option for contention if Matt Ryan misses time. It'd hardly be surprising if the Falcons use a late-round draft pick on the position. Yesterday, 10:17 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (806th)
  • Noah Fant working on route running
    ESPN's Jeff Legwold reports Noah Fant is working to improve his short-to-intermediate routes.

    Advice: The Broncos want Fant to add "diversity to his route tree." Fant flashed big-play potential as a rookie, but half his yards came in two games, and he failed to clear five targets over the final six weeks. With not much behind Courtland Sutton, Fant's target share is a lock to go up in Year 2. Fant's ceiling with Drew Lock in a Pat Shurmur offense is his biggest concern. Yesterday, 6:40 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.07 (185th)
  • Mike Gesicki expected to play 'big slot' role
    ESPN's Cameron Wolfe expects Mike Gesicki to be used in the slot in three-wide sets.

    Advice: Gesicki played some big slot for Miami last year that should continue under OC Chan Gailey, who runs shotgun-heavy gamescripts. With Preston Williams and DeVante Parker locked in on the outside, Gesicki looks to have the target edge over Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns. Gesicki came on late in 2019 — scoring touchdowns in four of the last six weeks. The makings are there for a third-year leap. Yesterday, 6:21 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.40 (167th)
  • Patriots could move on from Gostkowski
    The Patriots could release Stephen Gostkowski this offseason.

    Advice: Gostkowski is entering his age-36 season coming off hip surgery. He missed five kicks in four games before landing on IR last year, putting his status with New England up in the air. The Patriots would save $3.5 million from Gostkowski's release. Yesterday, 6:02 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1204th)
  • Colts unsure if Vinatieri will be back
    Colts owner Jim Irsay said he isn’t sure if free agent Adam Vinatieri will be back.

    Advice: Vinatieri is working his way back from December knee surgery. It's not clear if he plans on playing another season or if the Colts would want him after he missed eight field goals and six extra points last year. There should be more clarity on Vinatieri after the Combine. Yesterday, 5:38 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1203rd)
  • Irsay denies Marlon Mack extension reports
    Speaking Sunday, Colts owner Jim Irsay denied reports that the team is working on an extension with contract-year RB Marlon Mack.

    Advice: Irsay could just be splitting hairs, as the Indianapolis Star reported earlier this month that talks would "heat up" at the Combine. That's this week. Mack has proven to be a perfectly-ordinary early-down back. He doesn't get much more than what's blocked, though there's a lot blocked in Indy. The 2017 fourth-rounder is still young, turning 24 in March. Sunday, 11:46 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.38 (58th)
  • Irsay: 'All options are on the table' at QB
    Speaking Sunday, Colts owner Jim Irsay said "all options are on the table" at quarterback.

    Advice: "I would just say all options are open," was Irsay's response when asked if the team was open to signing one of this year's many veteran free agents under center. Irsay did the best he could to boost Jacoby Brissett, saying he remained "on the rise," but stopped well short of saying he will be the team's most likely option at quarterback. "We're open minded but there's a lot of ways this thing could turn," Irsay said. Brissett was thrust into the Colts' 2019 starting job on short notice and dealt with a huge wave of injuries, but he was a bottom-tier starter in the first year of the post-Andrew Luck era. Sunday, 11:36 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    17.76 (17th)
  • Roethlisberger 2-3 months from full clearance
    Ben Roethlisberger (elbow surgery) estimates he is 2-3 months from "full clearance."

    Advice: Roethlisberger threw Saturday for the first time since going under the knife in September. 2-3 months would have him ready well in advance of training camp. Although he's just eight days shy of his 38th birthday with a lengthy injury history, Roethlisberger's missed games with injury last season were his first since 2016. The Steelers' offense was an abject disaster without him. Perhaps an heir apparent will be drafted, but this is Big Ben's team for the foreseeable future as long as his health cooperates. Sunday, 10:22 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (792nd)
  • Jaron Brown not expected back in Seattle
    Free agent Jaron Brown isn't expected to re-sign with the Seahawks.

    Advice: Brown opened last year as the No. 3 receiver behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, but he faded in the second half, finishing with 28 targets. The Seahawks should upgrade on Brown through the draft or free agency. Seattle also has Malik Turner as a potential in-house fallback for Brown. Sunday, 8:02 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    2.79 (308th)
  • Packers sign Mason Crosby to 3-year extension
    Packers signed K Mason Crosby to a three-year, $12.9 extension.

    Advice: Crosby will be wrapping up his age-38 season when this extension runs it's course. The veteran kicker had a bounce-back season in 2019 after two-straight iffy years in 2017 and 2018. Over his last three seasons, Crosby has made 84% of his field goals and 96% of his extra points. Saturday, 2:28 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.01 (100th)
  • PIT posts video of Big Ben (elbow) throwing
    The Steelers posted a video of Ben Roethlisberger (elbow) throwing a football.

    Advice: Roethlisberger has a massive beard and was gingerly "throwing" this pigskin, but these are signs of life for the veteran quarterback. He appears to be making real progress after a major surgery last season. Both the Steelers' GM and head coach have expressed public optimism regarding Big Ben's Week 1 outlook. Expect Roethlisberger to inch his way towards training camp before surging up his workload right before the season starts. The Steelers should compete for a playoff spot if Roethlisberger plays at a near pre-injury level, especially if the NFL expands the playoffs to seven teams per conference. Saturday, 12:28 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (792nd)
  • Danny Amendola re-signs on one-year deal
    Lions re-signed WR Danny Amendola to a one-year contract.

    Advice: The was expected after a rebound year that saw Amendola finish just short of career highs. Amendola is locked in the slot behind Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones, but his targets are going to take a hit with a healthy T.J. Hockenson returning. With Amendola signed, Detroit can turn its attention to extending Golladay. Saturday, 10:54 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.11 (134th)
  • Tomlin expects Big Ben to be ready for Week 1
    Speaking Monday morning on ESPN's First Take, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin confirmed he expects Ben Roethlisberger (elbow) to be ready for Week 1.

    Advice: "I have no hesitation," said Tomlin, who also addressed Myles Garrett's assertion that Mason Rudolph used a racial slur in their altercation last year. "This guy is the ultimate competitor. He dropped the gauntlet down. He made the statement he's coming back." Roethlisberger was lost to season-ending elbow surgery early in the 2019 campaign and still isn't "doing anything," according to Tomlin, though the long-tenured Pittsburgh coach fully expects to have Ben in the saddle for Week 1. Even without their star quarterback, the Steelers still finished a respectable 8-8 last season. They should be back in the playoff hunt if Roethlisberger returns to his pre-injury form in 2020. Monday, 8:41 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (792nd)
  • 'No movement' in Patriots' talks with Brady
    ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss confirms the team has had "no movement" in contract talks with impending free agent Tom Brady.

    Advice: The Patriots only have a month to hammer out a deal with Brady before the legal tampering period begins on March 16. The first-time free agent has already drawn interest from the Raiders, who are reportedly prepared to offer Brady a two-year, $60-million contract to be the team's headliner upon their move to Las Vegas. Reiss still puts the Patriots' odds of retaining Brady at 80 percent, though the next month of rumors and speculation promises to be a wild ride. Feb 16, 6:02 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (6th)
  • Report: Raiders to offer Brady 2 years, $60M
    Sports reporter Larry Fitzgerald Sr. has been "told" the Raiders are prepared to offer impending free agent Tom Brady a two-year, $60 million contract.

    Advice: Fitzgerald Sr. doesn't have an extensive track record of breaking news, but he's a longtime member in the sports media world, based out of Minnesota. He's not the type of person to just throw something against the wall. The Raiders have been linked to Brady multiple times since the end of the Patriots' season, with coach Jon Gruden and owner Mark Davis looking to make a splash as the team embarks on Las Vegas. Brady would certainly qualify. It will likely take serious money to lure Brady away from Foxboro. This offer would qualify as such. The Brady free agency should be fascinating. Feb 15, 8:10 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (6th)
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