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Jul
28

Alex Smith cleared to play, likely to start on PUP list

Washington quarterback ALEX SMITH received medical clearance from the surgeons who repaired the compound fracture in his right leg. Smith also underwent a physical by the Washington Football Team’s doctors onMore Monday, and he is reportedly expected to start training camp on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. Smith suffered a devastating leg injury in November of 2018 and has been working his way back since. Less

Source: Washington Post

Jul
28

Seahawks make blockbuster trade for safety Adams

The Seattle Seahawks traded for disgruntled All-Pro safety JAMAL ADAMS over the weekend. Seattle paid a hefty price to the New York Jets, but that should not impact your fantasy team.More Seattle is attempting to remake a secondary that has declined the past few years after members of the “Legion of Boom” retired or headed elsewhere. The Seahawks defense is now trending upward. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Jul
28

Free agent RB McCoy expects to play in 2020

Free agent running back LESEAN MCCOY remains a free agent, but he said recently that he expects to have a job this season. McCoy, 32, said he thinks there are someMore teams that would be a perfect fit – although he declined to let fantasy owners know which teams those might be. McCoy has struggled since turning 30, setting career-lows in yards from scrimmage in back-to-back seasons in 2018 and 2019 – scoring only 8 touchdowns during that period. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
28

Players, Owners reach agreement on COVID-19 adjustments

After weeks of discussions and negotiations, the NFL and NFLPA have agreed to the foundation necessary to play amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The agreed-upon deal includes an allowance for 16-manMore practice squads, high-risk and general opt-outs of participation, and the absence of a preseason for 2020. Most veteran players are scheduled to arrive for training camp today, as originally planned. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
24

Washington picks temporary name for upcoming season

Washington announced on Thursday that the team will call itself the “Washington Football Team” heading into the 2020 season. The team will use the name temporarily until a new name isMore determined. Washington will not have any change to its color scheme, sticking with burgundy and gold. The logo on the helmet will be replaced by each player’s number in gold. The Washington Football Team will debut its home uniforms in Week 1 against Philadelphia and their new road uniforms in Week 2 against Arizona. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Jul
24

RB Freeman hires new agent

Free agent running back DEVONTA FREEMAN has hired agent Drew Rosenhaus after his previous agent severed ties with him. Rosenhaus said this week that his new client is healthy and inMore shape, adding that he hopes to find him a new team by the end of the month. The 28-year-old running back is one of the biggest names remaining on the free-agent market. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
24

Antonio Brown doesn’t want to retire after all

Troubled free agent wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN is now saying that he does not want to retire, after announcing his retirement on social media earlier this week. Brown is now indicatingMore that he wants to continue playing, while also calling for the NFL to conclude its personal conduct investigations. The NFL is conducting multiple investigations, and Brown remains subject to a potential suspension when the probes are concluded. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
24

NFL not expected to require face shields

The NFL might not require players to wear the newly introduced Oakley Mouth Shield heading into the upcoming season. While the league is exploring avenues to protect players amid the ongoingMore COVID-19 pandemic, it reportedly will leave it up to the players to decide whether they want to use this safety measure while playing this season. While this will likely have no impact on your fantasy team, it is newsworthy – so we have included it here. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
24

Tagovailoa ready to begin NFL career

Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA said this week that he is “ready to go” just eight months after breaking and dislocating his right hip. Tagovailoa has not done any on-fieldMore work with the Dolphins since being drafted, but he has been working out on his own and he has also had access to the team’s training facility to rehab. The rookie is preparing for a quarterback competition with fellow signal-callers RYAN FITZPATRICK and JOSH ROSEN. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Jul
24

Vikings first-round WR Jefferson signs rookie deal

The Minnesota Vikings and first-round wide receiver JUSTIN JEFFERSON agreed to a rookie contract this week. Jefferson, the 22nd overall draft pick, is expected to compete for the No. 2 wide receiver job behind ADAM THIELEN.

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Jul
24

Seahawks could re-sign WR Gordon

The Seattle Seahawks will reportedly try to re-sign wide receiver JOSH GORDON if the NFL reinstates the troubled wideout. Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to decide on Gordon’s future in the next week or two. The league suspended him last December, marking the fifth time Gordon has served a suspension.

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
21

TE Smith atop Titans depth chart

Tennessee tight end JONNU SMITH is expected to be alone atop the depth chart heading into the 2020 season for the Titans. 14-year veteran DELANIE WALKER was released by the teamMore back in March, clearing the way for Smith to take over. Smith has spent much of his offseason working with quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL in South Florida and the team is expecting him to take a big step forward in 2020. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
21

Mostert hoping to work things out with 49ers

San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT, who recently requested a trade, is now reportedly hoping to work things out with the 49ers. Whether Mostert simply had a change of heart orMore there was a lack of interest from other teams is unclear. While the situation remains unresolved, it now looks increasingly likely that the 49ers leading rusher from last season will be returning to San Francisco for the 2020 season. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
21

Antonio Brown says he's done with football

Free agent wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN said on social media that he is done playing football. It’s unclear if any team was truly interested in signing the troubled veteran, but heMore was reportedly planning to resume his career just a few short weeks ago. Brown is still subject to NFL discipline over multiple off-field allegations that could be violations of the league’s personal conduct policy. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
21

No fans for Giants, Jets home games

The New York Jets and New York Giants announced Monday that they will not have fans at their home games at MetLife Stadium this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. TheMore move came after New Jersey governor Phil Murphy announced an executive order limiting public gatherings to 500 people. Murphy did say that the situation would be monitored closely, adding that he will work closely with the teams as conditions change. Less

Source: New York Post

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