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Apr
24

Brady’s agent expects him to play in 2018

Despite uncertainly within the New England Patriots organization, TOM BRADY’s agent said on Monday that he expects his client to return for the 2018 season. Agent Don Yee said that Brady has been consistent about his desire to play this season and even into his mid-forties.

Source: ESPN.com

Apr
24

Buffalo WR Benjamin healthy heading into offseason workouts

Buffalo wide receiver KELVIN BENJAMIN has become leaner and has been given a clean bill of health after offseason surgery. Benjamin struggled with injuries throughout the 2017 season, often playing at far less than 100 percent.

Source: Team Website

Apr
24

Gruden’s veteran minicamp to be “totally different”

Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden says his team’s veteran minicamp will be “totally different” than anything he has ever done. Gruden insists the minicamp will focus on coaches teaching and players learning offensive, defensive, and special teams systems.

Source: NFL.com

Apr
24

Bills not likely to move up for Giants No. 2 pick

In the market for a franchise quarterback, the Buffalo Bills are not expected to trade with the New York Giants to move up into the No. 2 spot in the upcomingMore NFL Draft. The Bills are reportedly more likely to move up to the No. 5 or No. 6 slot should a quarterback they like slip. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
24

Ravens no longer interested in WR Bryant

With the Baltimore Ravens acquiring former New Orleans wide receiver WILLIE SNEAD, the team is believed to be out of the running to sign former Dallas wideout DEZ BRYANT. The RavensMore were reportedly interested in Bryant after his release from the Cowboys but the veteran wide receiver remains without a team. Less

Source: 247 Sports.com

Apr
24

WR Snead joins Ravens

The New Orleans Saints declined to match the offer sheet for restricted wide receiver WILLIE SNEAD, paving the way for him to join the Baltimore Ravens. Snead, 25, is the Ravens’ third veteran wide receiver addition this offseason, joining MICHAEL CRABTREE and JOHN BROWN in a revamped receiving group.

Source: Baltimore Sun

Apr
24

Foster out in San Francisco if charges prove true

San Francisco GM John Lynch said that if the felony charges against 49ers linebacker REUBEN FOSTER are proven true, he will not be a part of the organization moving forward. Lynch said that patience is the right approach for now as the legal process plays out.

Source: Mercury News

Apr
24

Raiders sign free-agent CB Worley

The Oakland Raiders signed free-agent cornerback DARYL WORLEY, who was released by the Philadelphia Eagles earlier this month after his arrest near the team’s facility. The former third round pick is entering his third NFL season and could actually have a starting defensive role with the Raiders.

Source: Team Blog

Apr
23

Future of NFL kickoff to be discussed at summit

The NFL is finalizing plans for a summit meeting in early May to continue offseason discussions about player safety. The meeting will focus on the future of the kickoff, including discussions on how to make the play safer or possibly eliminating it entirely.

Source: ESPN.com

Apr
23

Former Giants GM believes in Manning

Former New York Giants GM Ernie Accorsi believes that quarterback ELI MANNING can play “winning, championship football” for at least two more years. If the Giants agree, they may pass onMore a quarterback with the No. 2 pick in this Thursday’s NFL Draft. It remains to be seen if Manning can still play winning, championship fantasy football. Less

Source: New York Daily News

Apr
23

Steelers CB Haden training “like never before”

Pittsburgh cornerback JOE HADEN is getting ready for his second season with the Steelers and he has been training “like never before”. With a full offseason at his disposal and no injuries to rehab, the Steelers are hoping that Haden is able to regain his Pro Bowl form.

Source: NFL.com

Apr
23

Raiders to pick up fifth-year option on WR Cooper

The Oakland Raiders are expected to pick up the fifth-year option on wide receiver AMARI COOPER’s rookie contract. Cooper struggled last season due to a lackluster offense and nagging injuries butMore he topped 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons. Fantasy owners are hoping for a bounce-back season from Cooper. Less

Source: Team Blog

Apr
23

Cowboys expected to pick up fifth-year option on DB Jones

The Dallas Cowboys are expected to pick up the fifth-year option on versatile defensive back BYRON JONES’ rookie contract. While Jones hasn’t lived up to the expectations that come with being a first-round pick, he has been a useful part of the defense.

Source: Team Blog

Apr
23

Colts turned down offers for QB Brissett

The Indianapolis Colts reportedly turned down two trade proposals for quarterback JACOBY BRISSETT, who started 15 games last season in place of the injured ANDREW LUCK. GM Chris Ballard recently praisedMore his young quarterback, saying that Brissett is a great teammate who will play in the league for a long time. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Apr
22

Barkley the best RB prospect since Adrian Peterson?

28-year veteran personnel man Gil Brandt says that SAQUON BARKLEY is the best running back prospect on his board since ADRIAN PETERSON was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings with the No.More 7 overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. All that remains is for fantasy owners to see where Barkley will be playing in 2018. Less

Source: 247 Sports.com

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