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1/15:The Indianapolis Colts want to re-sign impending free-agent kicker Adam Vinatieri, according to a source. Despite a missed kick and extra point in the divisional round loss to the Chiefs, the 46-year-old had a fantastic season, making 85.2 percent of his 27 field-goal tries in 2018. Vinatieri has said he's open to another season, so he should return to an Indianapolis offense on the rise. The ageless kicker should remain fantasy relevant in 2019.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: FOX 59 - Mike Chappell
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1/15:Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson reiterated that quarterback Carson Wentz remains the team's QB of the future, not Nick Foles. Wentz's season-ending injuries the last two years and Foles' improbable Super Bowl run in 2017 and his short playoff run this year has many questioning who is the better signal caller for the team. But while Wentz is now injury-prone, he's the better quarterback when healthy and is also heading into only his fourth season in the NFL. Wentz had 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions in 13 games in 2017 before his knee injury. He'll be a risk/reward QB1 pick in 2019 drafts, while the Eagles will likely look to trade Foles this offseason.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Philadelphia - Dave Zangaro
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1/15:New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram, who is due to become a free agent in the offseason, would like to stay with the team moving forward. “I’m not looking just to up and leave New Orleans. My squad, you know we got a good squad. I feel like we could do this type of thing for many more years. I’m not looking just to bail out of New Orleans," Ingram said. The 29-year-old's 6,007 career rushing yards are second in team history behind Deuce McAllister, and he needs four yards to match McAllister's career total of 6,257 yards, including the playoffs. Ingram went over 1,000 yards in 2016 and 2017 but missed the first four games of 2018 due to a suspension and finished the regular season with 138 carries for 645 yards and six touchdowns in 12 games. Ingram would be more attractive from a fantasy standpoint if he wasn't playing behind Alvin Kamara.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The New Orleans Times-Picayune - Christopher Dabe
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1/15:Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) said he has roughly two weeks left of rehabbing the sprained MCL he suffered in Week 14. Boyd should be fine for organized team activities in the spring and will go into training camp at 100 percent. The 24-year-old had a career year in 2018, catching 76 passes for 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games. It helped that he was the team's top wideout for a stretch after A.J. Green's season-ending injury. Still, Boyd will be on the radar as a strong WR3 next season after putting himself on the fantasy map in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Sirius XM NFL Radio - Alex Marvez
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1/14:Baltimore Ravens running back Javorius Allen and wide receiver/running back Ty Montgomery are two of the Ravens' unrestricted free agents that may not return. Both players are valuable special team members, which may help their cause in a bid to find a team. Allen appeared in 14 games overall but was not involved in the offense at all over the last month of the season. The 27-year-old finished the campaign with 110 yards along with three touchdowns on 43 carries and 35 receptions for an additional 196 yards and two scores. Montgomery made six appearances for the Ravens after coming over from the Packers, totaling 83 yards on 15 carries (5.5 ypc) along with 65 yards on 10 receptions. Neither player is a feature back. However, both could have fantasy value in PPR leagues on the right team as third-down backs.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
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1/14:The Green Bay Packers hired former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett as their new offensive coordinator on Monday, according to sources. Hackett is known as more of a run-first offensive mind, but he'll also challenge and engage veteran quarterback Aaron Rodgers in an offense that struggled in 2018. Green Bay ranked 12th in yards per game (369.1), ninth in passing yards per game (264.9), 22nd in rushing yards per game (104.2) and 14th in points per game (23.5).--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
1/14:Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins will be a restricted free agent once the new NFL season rolls around. The 25-year-old was never able to get anything going this season and ended the season on injured reserve with a foot injury. He was never able to reach 70 rushing yards in a game and finished with a paltry 3.6 yards per carry average. Overall, the third-year pro finished with 411 yards and seven touchdowns along with 15 receptions for 105 yards. It is hard to imagine that the former Arkansas star will return to the Ravens next season with Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon already there. However, there may be a scenario where he does return as he only made $650, 000 last year. Wherever Collins ends up, he will have to work his way back into a rotational role.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
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1/14:Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that wide receiver Sammy Watkins (foot) said his foot feels fine after playing in the divisional round win over the Colts. Watkins is a bit sore, but it's nothing to be worried about. After having sat out since Week 11, Watkins returned last Saturday and wasn't limited at all, catching six passes for 62 yards. He'll certainly be in play in DFS in the AFC Championship against the Patriots in what could be a shootout. He caught just two passes for 18 yards when they faced New England earlier this season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Kansas City Star - Brooke Pryor
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1/14:Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) is set to have offseason left shoulder surgery, according to general manager Ryan Pace. It's unclear how extensive of a surgery it will be, but Miller will have plenty of time to recover before next season. He hauled in 33 passes (54 targets) for 423 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games in his rookie season. While the catches and yards are nothing to write home about, Miller did lead the team in receiving touchdowns. He should remain a big part of the offense in his second year alongside Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel, but he could be a disappointment as a WR4 for fantasy owners unless he's targeted more often in the passing game.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chicago Tribune - Rich Campbell
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1/14:Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard said he isn't trying to give backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett away this offseason. “It would take somebody doing something that would blow me away, and it has to be the right thing for the kid, too," Ballard said. Brissett was up and down when he was forced to start 16 games in 2017 due to Andrew Luck's shoulder issues, but he has intriguing upside as an NFL backup and gives the Colts some insurance in case anything else were to happen to Luck moving forward. Thankfully for Indy, Brissett attempted just four passes in four games in 2018 as Luck bounced back in a big way.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Herald Bulletin - George Bremer
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1/14:New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas caught 12 passes for 171 yards, including a go-ahead touchdown, in the Saints 20-14 playoff win over the Eagles. The Saints amassed 301 passing yards and Thomas registered over half the team's amount in a big-time performance. The Pro Bowl receiver caught 125 passes this season and once again was a tough player to cover as the Saints are now only one win away from the Super Bowl. Thomas will be the top ranked WR in fantasy among the final four teams heading into next week's Championship weekend.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Orleans Saints
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1/14:Former NFL receiver Jerry Rice and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown remain in contact and Rice said on Monday that Brown wants to play for the San Francisco 49ers. Brown had a dustup with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger before Week 17 and sat out of practices before being ruled inactive in the regular season finale. He's publicly requested a trade and Pittsburgh is likely to grant his wish despite taking a salary cap hit. He'll turn 31 in July and has six straight seasons of at least 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns. Brown would remain an elite WR1 if he went to San Francisco and was paired with Jimmy Garoppolo.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Bay Area - Matt Maiocco
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1/14:New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 28 of 38 passes for 301 yards, two touchdowns and one interceptions in the Saints 20-14 playoff win over the Eagles. Brees overcame an interception on the first offensive play in the game to lead the Saints to being one win away from the Super Bowl. The key moment was an 18-play scoring drive in the third quarter that culminated in a 2-yard touchdown pass to receiver Michael Thomas to give the Saints the lead for good. Brees will be a top fantasy option once again next week as the Saints will host the Rams in the NFC Championship Game.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Orleans Saints
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1/14:New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman caught nine passes for 151 yards in the Patriots 41-28 win over the Chargers to advance to the AFC Championship Game. Edelman delivered when it mattered most, hauling in some big-time catches, including a 35-yard gain to set up a score. Edelman has been solid this season but has failed, at times, to produce down the field and in the red zone. But he was a dynamite option for quarterback Tom Brady and will be a top WR choice in DFS tournaments against a Chiefs team that he racked up 54 receiving yards and one touchdown against on October 14 of this year.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New England Patriots
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1/14:New England Patriots running back James White enjoyed a monster performance in the passing game against the Charger, catching 15 passes for 97 yards in the 41-28 playoff win. White was targeted a whopping 17 times as quarterback Tom Brady hit White in the flat constantly to move the chains. White is coming off of a career regular season and continued his production into the playoffs. White will, once again, be a top target in the Patriots offense next week against the Chiefs. The veteran running back posted 94 yards from scrimmage with five receptions against Kansas City on October 14 this season.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New England Patriots
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