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2/12:Free-agent kicker Matt Bryant said that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a real option for him when free agency kicks off. The 43-year-old believes he could play another three seasons in the NFL. He missed three games last year due to various injuries, but he made 20 of his 21 field goals and 33 of his 35 extra points for the Falcons. The Bucs recently signed Phillip Anderson, but Bryant would be the favorite for kicking duties in 2019 if they were to sign him.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Vaughn McClure
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2/12:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown said on his official Twitter account on Tuesday that it's "time to move on and forward." Brown has already requested a trade and appears adamant about playing somewhere else in 2019 after continuing to butt heads with the organization and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. There's no guarantee that he'll land in a situation better for his fantasy production than Pittsburgh, but the 30-year-old has the talent to succeed anywhere, as he's posted six straight seasons of 100-plus catches and 1,000-plus receiving yards. Brown should remain a high-end WR1 no matter how the situation plays out, but his ceiling might not be as high with another team.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Twitter
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2/12:Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn said on Monday that the team is open to selecting a quarterback with the No. 8 pick of this year's draft, even with Matthew Stafford on the roster. "We're in a position now with the eighth overall pick that the whole draft board is really wide open to us. We're not going to really eliminate any prospects," Quinn said. Even though Stafford had one of his worst seasons in 2018, the team is still standing by him as the starting quarterback. Detroit is probably unlikely to actually select a QB that early, but weirder things have happened before. They could also be a candidate to trade down and secure more draft picks later on.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Michael Rothstein
2/12:The Houston Texans are expected to release wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (Achilles) on Tuesday, according to a source. Thomas tore his left Achilles in Week 16 and it's too early to give a timetable on when he might return, but as an aging receiver coming off a serious injury, he's not expected to have many suitors on the open market. After being traded from the Broncos to Houston, Thomas had a disappointing 23 catches (33 targets) for 275 yards and two touchdowns in seven games before his season-ending injury. He's also struggled with drops in his career and will now fight to prove his health before signing with another team.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - James Palmer
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2/12:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was found guilty for reckless driving on Tuesday after failing to show up for his court date, according to the magistrate's office. He has paid $426.77 in fines after he was cited on Nov. 8 for driving more than 100 mph in Pennsylvania. It's just another off-field incident in an offseason in which Brown and Pittsburgh seem headed for a divorce. While Brown is unlikely to receive a suspension for this, it casts more bad light on one of the most talented receivers in the NFL. Brown's fantasy stock might fall slightly if he's traded to another team this offseason, but he remains a high-end WR1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeremy Fowler
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2/11:The Seattle Seahawks are expected to keep defensive end Frank Clark, their only elite edge rusher, even if it means using the franchise tag on him. They'll slap the tag on him if they can't work out a long-term deal first. The franchise tag would mean he'd earn around $18 million in 2019. Clark had a career year in 2018, recording a career-high 14 sacks and also intercepting his first pass. He's one of the better pass rushers in the NFL going into his fifth season. The 25-year-old now has 36 sacks in his four NFL seasons and will turn 26 this June.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Seattle Times - Bob Condotta
2/11:Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey said that running back Duke Johnson isn't "expendable yet" after the team signed Kareem Hunt on Monday. However, Dorsey also made it sound like he hadn't made up his mind completely on the subject. Hunt is expected to face a lengthy suspension from the league for domestic violence, so the Browns may not choose to move on from Johnson until Hunt is eligible to play again. For some odd reason, Johnson carried the ball a career-low 40 times in 2018 for 201 yards and no touchdowns while also catching a career-low 47 passes for 429 yards and three touchdowns. It seems as though Cleveland is ready to move on, but Johnson will be the pass-catching option behind Nick Chubb to start the 2019 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot
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2/11:The New York Giants are unlikely to draft Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray because of his lack of size at 5-foot-10. Some scouts and executives are convinced that Murray is a first-round talent, while others are skeptical because of his small stature. The Giants, Jaguars and the Broncos could be looking for quarterbacks in the top 10 picks and Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, Missouri's Drew Lock and Duke's Daniel Jones are the only consensus first-rounders in a weak class. A team source said Murray is "probably a little too small" for the Giants, as they prefer to stick with established measurables for a prototypical QB. New York hasn't had a starting quarterback under six feet tall since 5-foot-11 Gary Wood went 0-6 in 1966. Murray is super athletic and is better off making plays outside the pocket. His height will be an obstacle to overcome. It doesn't mean he won't be a good NFL quarterback, but he'll need to use his legs plenty to be successful at the next level.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: SNY - Ralph Vacchiano
2/11:The Cleveland Browns signed free-agent running back Kareem Hunt on Monday. The Chiefs released Hunt last season after a video emerged of him kicking a woman in a hotel. The 5-foot-11, 216-pound back led the league in rushing in his rookie year in 2017 and has run for 2,151 yards on 453 carries (4.7 yards per attempt) with 15 touchdowns, 79 catches for 833 yards and an extra 10 touchdowns in his two seasons. Even though Hunt will likely face a lengthy suspension to start the 2019 season, his upside is clear and he gives Cleveland another young and powerful rusher alongside Nick Chubb. The addition of Hunt hurts the long-term value of Chubb in this backfield, and it'll be interesting to see how the two will co-exist whenever Hunt is allowed to play again. Led by promising young quarterback Baker Mayfield, Cleveland's offense just became much more dangerous.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot
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2/11:Former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray announced on his Twitter page on Monday that he is "firmly and fully committing my life and time to becoming an NFL quarterback." He has already committed to attending the NFL scouting combine later this month and appears ready to bail on the Oakland Athletics after they selected him in the first round of last year's draft. Murray is very undersized height-wise (5-foot-10) for an NFL QB, but we've seen smaller quarterbacks succeed in the past (Russell Wilson). It remains to be seen if Murraya will have a realistic chance at starting in his rookie season in the NFL, but he'll most likely be a first-round pick given the weak QB class this year.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Twitter
2/11:Tampa Bay Buccaneers new head coach Bruce Arians believes that a lot of quarterback Jameis Winston's inconsistencies are related to his mechanics. Winston has 58 interceptions and 18 lost fumbles over the last four years, which is the second most in the NFL in that span. "I’ve studied a bunch of them," Arians said. "Clyde has watched every throw he’s made since his rookie year and Byron, too. And it’s like you’re trying to look safeties off too long and your feet are crossed. So much of it is mechanical." It didn't help Winston that too often the poor defense forced the offense into a position where they had to constantly throw to play catch-up. With a better defense and running game and if Winston can limit his turnovers with mechanical adjustments, he could be a surprise in 2019 under the tutelage of Arians. Draft him as a high-end QB2 with upside under his new coaching staff.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times - Rick Stroud
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2/10:New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung (forearm) said he is doing well after undergoing surgery to fix his broken forearm this week. He suffered the injury in the third quarter of the Super Bowl win over the Rams. Chung will also undergo surgery on his shoulder later this offseason but is expected to be ready for training camp in the summer. The 31-year-old was one of the key cogs for an underrated New England defense that stole the show in the Super Bowl. He accumulated 84 total tackles, half a sack, a fumble recovery and one interception in 15 games in the 2018 regular season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NESN - Adam London
2/10:Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum, who is clearly not the team's QB of the future, is expected to stick around for one more year in 2019. If Denver were to cut Keenum, it'd leave $10 million in dead salary cap money. The more likely scenario is that Denver pays him $18 million in 2019 and also adds a quarterback through the draft or free agency while looking to the future. The soon-to-be 31-year-old was extremely mediocre in his first year with the Broncos, throwing for 3,890 yards (62.3 completion percentage) with 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. The Broncos are transitioning even more to a run-first offense in 2019, so Keenum won't be asked to do much and has a very low fantasy ceiling as a QB2.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Nicki Jhabvala
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2/9:Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jakeem Grant (heel) said his recovery from his heel injury is going well, but he is unsure if he'll be on the field for organized team activities this spring. He also added that he "should be" ready for training camp this summer. Because of his injury in 2018, Grant played in only 10 games and caught 21 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns. Even with Miami likely moving on from Devante Parker this offseason, Grant is unlikely to have much of a role behind Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola, Albert Wilson and whoever else the team brings in.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Cameron Wolfe
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2/9:Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman is expected to have a much bigger role in 2019 with Lamar Miller turning 28 in April and being inconsistent in his time in Houston. Foreman slowly returned from a torn Achilles in 2017, but head coach Bill O'Brien still believes that Foreman has a bright future with the team. "So, hopefully with a good offseason, here's a guy that can really, really be an excellent player in this league. I have a lot of belief in his ability, in D'Onta Foreman's ability," O'Brien said. Foreman will turn 23 in April and has played in just 11 games in his first two seasons, but he has a lot of upside as perhaps the team's lead back in 2019. He'll be worth a late-round flier in fantasy drafts this fall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com - Maurice Jones-Drew
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