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Feb
22

Eagles release veteran WR Jackson

The Philadelphia Eagles released 34-year-old Pro Bowl wide receiver DESEAN JACKSON, ending his time as one of the more accomplished wideouts in team history. Jackson was a 2008 second-round pick forMore Philadelphia. He was released following the 2013 season and spent time with Washington and Tampa Bay before reuniting with the Eagles prior to the 2019 season. Unfortunately for Jackson, and his fantasy owners, he missed most of the 2019 and 2020 seasons due to injuries. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
22

Eagles trade QB Wentz to Colts

The Philadelphia Eagles traded disgruntled quarterback CARSON WENTZ to the Indianapolis Colts and appear set to begin the JALEN HURTS era. The Eagles acquired a 2021 third-round draft pick and aMore 2022 conditional first-round pick from the Colts in exchange for Wentz. Any trade cannot be officially announced until the start of the new league year on March 17th, but Wentz is heading to Indianapolis. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
18

Veteran DE Suh wants to return to Bucs in 2021

Veteran Tampa Bay defensive end NDAMUKONG SUH says that he wants to return to the Bucs for the 2021 season and make another run at the Lombardi Trophy. Suh, who justMore turned 34 years old, has been a valuable presence for Tampa Bay’s dominant defensive line. His 1.5 sack performance in the Super Bowl showed that he can still make big plays at this late stage in his career. Less

Source: Team Blog

Feb
18

WR Jones to reunite with QB Stafford?

Veteran Detroit Lions wide receiver MARVIN JONES indicated via social media that he is interested in a reunion with quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD in Los Angeles. Jones is an unrestricted free agentMore this offseason after leading the Lions in receptions last year. Stafford, of course, will head to the Rams after the blockbuster trade with Detroit is finalized in March. Jones is also a Southern California native, adding to the allure of reuniting with Stafford in Los Angeles. Less

Source: Team Blog

Feb
18

Steelers GM non-committal about Roethlisberger status

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was non-committal when asked this week about quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER and his future with the team. Colbert indicated that the two sides are no closerMore to resolving Big Ben’s status with the team than when the season ended last month. Roethlisberger wants to continue to play for the Steelers, but his $41 million salary-cap has clearly complicated the situation. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Feb
18

49ers and CB Sherman expected to part ways

Veteran San Francisco cornerback RICHARD SHERMAN and the 49ers are expected to part ways ahead of the upcoming 2021 season. Sherman has spent the past three seasons with the 49ers butMore he will head into free agency in the weeks ahead. Sherman has said that he wants to play two more seasons, with teams expected to be interested in his services. Sherman will turn 33 at the end of March and will be entering his 11th pro season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Feb
18

QB Lawrence undergoes surgery, ready to rehab and roll into training camp

Clemson quarterback (or should we say Jacksonville quarterback?) TREVOR LAWRENCE underwent surgery this week to fix the labrum in his left, non-throwing, shoulder. The surgery reportedly “went great” and Lawrence will now focus on rehab. Doctors expect Lawrence to be fully healthy for the start of training camp.

Source: NFL.com

Feb
18

Bears, WR Robinson haven’t talked in months

The Chicago Bears and star wide receiver ALLEN ROBINSON have reportedly not spoken about a long-term contract since back in September. Robinson is scheduled to hit free agency next month, butMore there is recent speculation that the Bears could use the franchise tag to retain him. The franchise tag window opens next Tuesday and runs through March 9th, so fantasy owners should know more in the weeks ahead. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Feb
18

Dolphins sign All-Pro kicker Sanders to 5-year extension

The Miami Dolphins signed kicker JASON SANDERS to a 5-year contract extension this week that will keep him with the team through the 2026 season. Sanders made 36-of-39 field goals inMore his 2020 first-team All-Pro season, while also tying the franchise record with 144 points. Sanders also led the NFL with 20 made field goals from 40-plus yards in what was a tremendous season for the young kicker. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
18

Adrian Peterson planning to play to 40 and beyond

Veteran running back ADRIAN PETERSON, who turns 36 next month, said recently that he envisions himself being “a 40-year-old back out there rushing for 1,500 yards and amazing people still”. PetersonMore also added that he has hopes of breaking Emmitt Smith’s all time rushing record before his career is over. While fantasy owners can appreciate his lofty goals, it’s worth noting that Peterson rushed for just 604 yards on 156 carries for the Detroit Lions in 2020. Peterson is set to head into free agency ahead of the upcoming 2021 season. Less

Source: New York Post

Feb
18

Eagles QB Hurts to gather Philly wideouts for workouts

While Philadelphia quarterback CARSON WENTZ tries to work his way out of town, fellow signal-caller JALEN HURTS is expected to work out with a group of the Eagles young receivers atMore some point in the next month. While the Eagles are ready to move on from Wentz, the team has reportedly received no first-round picks as part of a future trade offer. Meanwhile, Hurts appears ready to assume the starting role regardless of where Wentz eventually ends up. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Feb
15

Lawrence set to undergo surgery on Tuesday

Quarterback TREVOR LAWRENCE, the presumed top overall pick in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, will undergo labrum surgery on Tuesday on his non-throwing shoulder. Lawrence completed a successful pro day performanceMore last week, allowing him to schedule the surgery sooner than if he had waited to throw at Clemson’s official pro day in March. Having his left shoulder repaired sooner puts Lawrence on track to return for training camp. Less

Source: NFL.com

Feb
15

Eagles expected to cut or trade TE Ertz

As fantasy owners wait to see what Philadelphia does with quarterback CARSON WENTZ, the Eagles are reportedly ready to move on from star tight end ZACH ERTZ as well. The 30-year-oldMore Ertz is entering the final year of a five-year $42.5 million contract extension signed back in 2016. He has long been speculated as a 2021 salary cap casualty, with the Eagles likely to move forward with backup DALLAS GOEDERT as their primary tight end. Less

Source: CBS Sports

Feb
15

Raiders expected to cut WR Williams

The Las Vegas Raiders are planning to cut wide receiver TYRELL WILLIAMS at the start of the NFL league year next month in a move that will save the team $11More million against the salary cap. Williams came to the Raiders as a player with big-play ability, but he was often injured and never lived up to expectations with the team. The 28-year-old Williams missed the entire 2020 season because of a shoulder injury that required surgery, but he is expected to be fully healthy in the next few weeks. Less

Source: Team Blog

Feb
15

Clemson QB Lawrence impresses in Pro Day workout

Clemson quarterback TREVOR LAWRENCE went into last week’s Pro Day as the presumptive first overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. After an impressive workout, Lawrence likely remains atop the draftMore board. Lawrence held his workout a month earlier than Clemson’s official pro day, giving himself more time to recover from the planned surgery on his left (non-throwing) shoulder. The labrum injury didn’t stop him from impressing during the workout, and the expectation is that he will be ready to roll come training camp. Less

Source: NFL.com

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