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Mar
30

Antonio Brown “not a fit” with Bucs

With quarterback TOM BRADY now leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, there has been some speculation that the team might be interested in signing free agent wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN. Bucs headMore coach Bruce Arians said last week that such a scenario was “not gonna happen”, with the coach adding that Brown would not be a fit for Tampa Bay. Less

Source: NFL.com

Mar
30

RB Gordon heading to Denver with huge chip on shoulder

Newly signed running back MELVIN GORDON is heading to the Denver Broncos with a “huge” chip on his shoulder after a disappointing season for the Los Angeles Chargers. Gordon missed theMore first four games last year due to a contract holdout and he got off to a slow start after he eventually returned. Gordon admitted that the holdout did not help him but heading into the 2020 season he is eager to prove that he is more than just an average running back. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Mar
30

Washington adds veteran help at cornerback

Washington agreed to a one-year deal on Sunday with free agent cornerback RONALD DARBY. The signing comes just days after trading top cornerback QUINTON DUNBAR to the Seattle Seahawks for aMore fifth-round draft pick. Darby has been a solid starter at times for the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles, but he has often struggled with injuries. Less

Source: Washington Post

Mar
30

Dolphins RB Howard fully recovered from bum shoulder

Newly signed Miami Dolphins running back JORDAN HOWARD says that he is back to 100 percent after battling a shoulder injury last season. Howard regressed a bit in 2019, likely dueMore at least in part to the shoulder injury. Howard is a former fifth round draft pick and he has 30 rushing touchdowns in four NFL seasons. His role in Miami in 2020 is not entirely clear, but his touchdown production will be hard for fantasy owners to ignore. Less

Source: Palm Beach Post

Mar
30

Lions WR Jones has lofty goals for 2020

Detroit Lions starting wide receiver MARVIN JONES says that he wants to lead the league in touchdowns in 2020, adding that he wants to catch over 15 touchdowns. While Jones’ goalMore is admirable, Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant are the only two wide receivers that have caught at least 15 touchdown passes in a season since 2012. Considering that KENNY GOLLADAY, DANNY AMENDOLA, and second-year tight end T.J. HOCKENSON are also on the roster – Jones could have a tough time reaching his goal. Less

Source: Mlive.com

Mar
30

Lions add former Packers WR Allison

The Detroit Lions added receiving depth over the weekend, agreeing to a one-year deal with former Green Bay Packers wideout GERONIMO ALLISON. Allison was undrafted out of Illinois in 2016, butMore he showed flashes over the past four seasons with the Packers. Allison joins a group in Detroit that’s returning its top four receivers from last year – including the starting trio of KENNY GOLLADAY, MARVIN JONES, and DANNY AMENDOLA. Less

Source: Detroit News

Mar
30

Kansas City re-signs WR Robinson

Kansas City re-signed wide receiver DEMARCUS ROBINSON to a one-year deal to remain with the team for the 2020 season. Robinson reportedly drew interest in free agency, but he decided toMore return to Kansas City. Robinson appeared in all 16 regular season games with 10 starts in 2019. With Robinson returning, the team’s top four at the wide receiver position appears set with TYREEK HILL, SAMMY WATKINS, MECOLE HARDMAN, and Robinson. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Mar
30

Cowboys sign Greg the Leg

The Dallas Cowboys signed free agent kicker GREG ZUERLEIN to a three-year contract just a week after signing fellow free agent kicker KAI FORBATH. Forbath finished the 2019 season with theMore Cowboys and was an affordable option at the time the team re-signed him. Zuerlein, however, was the kicker they really wanted. When his price dropped a couple of weeks into free agency, the Cowboys moved to sign him. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

Mar
26

Packers to add free agent WR Funchess

The Green Bay Packers are expected to sign free agent wide receiver DEVIN FUNCHESS, adding another big wideout to their receiving corps. Funchess missed almost the entire 2019 season after sufferingMore a clavicle injury in the season opener. He was hoping to return from injured reserve later in the season, but the injury never healed properly and Funchess was unable to return. Less

Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette, ESPN.com

Mar
26

Tagovailoa looks good in workout video

Quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA posted a brief workout video on social media this week that shows the highly regarded draft prospect displaying good mobility on his drop and an ability to pivotMore with no apparent signs of discomfort. Tagovailoa underwent hip surgery following a devastating injury that ended his final season at Alabama. Despite the injury concerns, he is believed to still be a potential top-five pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. Less

Source: NFL.com

Mar
26

Seahawks sign free agent WR Dorsett

The Seattle Seahawks signed former New England wide receiver PHILLIP DORSETT to a one-year contract earlier this week. Dorsett was the 29th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but heMore has failed to live up to expectations thus far in his career. The Seahawks are hoping he can provide a consistent third receiving option behind the dynamic duo of TYLER LOCKETT and DK METCALF. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Mar
26

Jaguars sign oft-injured TE Eifert

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed free agent tight end TYLER EIFERT to a two-year contract earlier this week. As fantasy owners know, the terms “oft-injured” and “Eifert” go hand in hand. EifertMore has only participated in 59 games over his seven-year career due to an assortment of injuries. If he can remain healthy in Jacksonville, Eifert provides immediate help at a position of need for the Jaguars. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mar
26

Taysom Hill movin’ on up

Maybe not to a deluxe apartment in the sky, but to the No. 2 quarterback position behind veteran starter DREW BREES. New Orleans head coach Sean Payton confirmed in a recentMore interview that Hill will go into the 2020 season as the team’s backup quarterback. Payton added that Hill’s role as the Saints’ Swiss Army knife and utility player of sorts would not be altered. Less

Source: NFL.com

Mar
26

No plans to postpone upcoming 2020 NFL Draft

The NFL currently has no plans to postpone the upcoming 2020 Draft due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns. While multiple NFL general managers argued in favor of delaying the upcoming draft, itMore does not appear that the league will head in that direction. For now, the draft remains scheduled to run from April 23-25 and the proceedings will be televised. Less

Source: NFL.com

Mar
26

Bucs sign veteran DE Suh to one-year deal

The Tampa Bay Bucs re-signed veteran defensive end NDAMUKONG SUH to a one-year contract to remain with the team. Suh, 33, is not the player he was in his prime, butMore he does ensure that the Bucs will keep a strong defense together for the 2020 season. Tampa Bay had the top-ranked rushing defense in the NFL last year. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

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