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Apr
17

Cardinals undecided on top draft pick

The Arizona Cardinals hold the top pick in the 2019 draft and GM Steve Keim continues to insist that the team remains undecided on what to do with that pick. TheMore Cardinals are widely expected to draft quarterback KYLER MURRAY and move fellow quarterback JOSH ROSEN along via a trade. Fantasy owners will find out soon enough, with NFL draft just over a week away. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
17

Bucs planning to trade McCoy?

As the Tampa Bay Bucs transition to a new coaching staff for the 2019 season, veteran defensive tackle GERALD MCCOY remains absent from voluntary offseason workouts. McCoy has been the subjectMore of recent trade rumors, although GM Jason Licht was non-committal when talking about McCoy recently. McCoy has been a cornerstone of the team’s defense since becoming the third pick in the 2010 draft. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
17

Frederick back working out with teammates in Dallas

Dallas center TRAVIS FREDERICK joined teammates for the first day of offseason workouts after missing last season with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, an autoimmune disease that attacks the nervous system. The four-time Pro Bowler and one-time All-Pro is attempting to make a comeback heading into the 2019 season.

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
17

TE Henry feeling like old self

Los Angeles Chargers tight end HUNTER HENRY tore his ACL last May and remarkably improved enough to take the field for a January playoff game against the New England Patriots. HunterMore continues to progress, and he said recently that everything feels good. Henry added that he now feels much stronger than he did during the January playoff loss. Less

Source: Team Website

Apr
17

NFL to release 2019 schedule today

With fantasy owners starting to formulate their 2019 draft boards, a key piece of information will be released later today. The NFL is set to announce the official 2019 schedule atMore 8 p.m. ET tonight. The NFL previously announced that the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears would kick off the 2019 season. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
17

Manning expects Giants to draft a quarterback

New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING is 38 years old and entering the final year of his contract. Manning said this week that he expects the Giants to draft a youngMore quarterback, although he doesn’t appear fazed by the possibility. Manning will start the 2019 season at quarterback, but fantasy owners shouldn’t be surprised if someone else finishes it. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
17

No punishment for Fournette following arrest

Jacksonville running back LEONARD FOURNETTE was recently arrested for driving with a suspended license. He was also charged with speeding and improperly tinted windows. Head coach Doug Marrone said that Fournette needed to learn from his mistakes but added that there would be no further discipline issued by the team.

Source: Florida Times-Union

Apr
17

RB Jones impressing coaches

Tampa Bay GM Jason Licht said that head coach Bruce Arians “feels very good about” the Buccaneers’ running back situation, with RONALD JONES reportedly being the most impressive back during theMore offseason. While Jones appeared in just eight games in 2018, he could be in for a larger role heading into the 2019 season if he continues to impress his coaches. Less

Source: UPI.com

Apr
16

Wilson, Seahawks agree to new deal

The Seattle Seahawks and quarterback RUSSELL WILSON came to an agreement on a new contract late Monday night that will keep Wilson with the team through the 2023 season. The new four-year, $140 million contract extension makes Wilson the highest-paid player in the history of the NFL.

Source: Seattle Times

Apr
16

Eagles RB Adams sidelined after surgery

Philadelphia running back JOSH ADAMS had shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum after last season and will not be ready for the early stages of the team’s offseason program. AdamsMore actually led the team with 511 rushing yards last season, although he saw his playing time drop late in the year. The Eagles have since added running back JORDAN HOWARD to an already crowded stable of running backs. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
16

Broncos CB Harris to skip voluntary minicamp

Veteran Denver Broncos cornerback CHRIS HARRIS is planning to skip the team’s voluntary veteran minicamp that begins this week. The former All-Pro corner has made it clear that he wants aMore new contract, although he will continue to prepare for the season by working with a personal trainer on his own. Contract issues aside, Harris said that he expects this to be the best year yet. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
16

Mariota adding weight heading into 2019

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA is recovering from an injury plagued 2018 season but said that he won’t have any limitations during the team’s offseason program. Teammates and fantasy owners should expectMore to see a slightly heavier version of Mariota in 2019, as the quarterback hopes to become more durable by adding 5 to 10 pounds of “good weight” heading into the season. Less

Source: Tennessean

Apr
16

Kelce recovering from offseason surgery

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE is finally out of his walking boot as he continues to recover from offseason ankle surgery. Kelce said he didn’t know when he would practice, but he added that the ankle is “getting there” and that it “feels good”.

Source: Kansas City Star

Apr
16

WR Hill joins start of offseason workouts

Kansas City wide receiver TYREEK HILL was present for the opening phase of the team’s offseason workout program. Hill is involved in an ongoing investigation regarding alleged incidents of battery andMore child abuse or neglect. Head coach Andy Reid did not have much to say about Hill, other than to confirm that he was taking part in the team’s workouts on Monday. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Apr
16

Brady bulking up for 2019

New England quarterback TOM BRADY is not expected to attend the team’s voluntary conditioning workouts, but that doesn’t mean that he’s not preparing for the upcoming season. Brady is actually said to be adding some muscle weight this offseason, which is a different approach than in past seasons.

Source: Team Blog

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