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2/20:Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas is "still working" through his decision on whether he will return for a 12th season in 2018. He has set a date of March 14 (the start of free agency) as the moment when he wants to have made his decision. Thomas has been rehabbing a triceps injury that put him on Injured Reserve last year, and his health is the biggest factor in his decision whether to return. The 33-year-old Thomas has been one of the better offensive tackles in the NFL during his career, so his return would go a long way in keeping Cleveland's quarterback healthy in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper
2/20:In a pre-recorded interview, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) stated that he is preparing to do heavier throwing and continues to strengthen the shoulder, per Indy Star reporter Stephen Holder. While Luck stated that rehab is going well and he is making legitimate progress, he cautioned against any overly optimistic thoughts by saying, "you can't skip steps" in the process. With the knowledge that Luck isn't planning on going in for a second surgery on his shoulder, fantasy owners can be reassured that the Colts organization is making a deliberate effort to avoid the communication debacle that was the 2017 offseason. If Luck can return to full health, the fantasy prospects for the team's offensive weapons goes through the roof.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Stephen Holder
2/20:The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with place kicker Ryan Succop on a five-year deal worth $20 million Tuesday, including $7.5 million in guarantees, according to a source informed of the terms of the contract. He will make $8.25 million over the first two years of the deal. Succop ranked fifth in the NFL in total field goals made (35), ninth in points scored (136), 15th in extra points made and had only one field goal and one extra point attempt blocked. He also was tied for 16th in field goal percentage (83.3). He made 93.9 percent of his extra point attempts. While Succop doesn't boast the strongest leg, he's among the most consistent, and his fantasy stock should be on the rise with the Tennessee offense expected to open things up in 2018 under a new coaching staff.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Nick Shook
2/20:Newly hired Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich told the media on Tuesday that he is "hopeful" quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be throwing when organized team activities start in April, per Mike Wells of ESPN. The assurances from a recently hired head coach are welcome, but they mean very little in the grander scheme of indicating Luck's overall progress. Still, the two will need to be on the same page to avoid the turmoil that fantasy owners and Colts fans experienced in the 2017 offseason due to a lack of communication.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Mike Wells
2/20:The Miami Dolphins placed the franchise tag on impending free-agent wide receiver Jarvis Landry on Tuesday. Despite reports in the last year that Miami was likely to move on from Landry, the team will at least pay him $16 million this season on the non-exclusive tag, meaning he'll be able to negotiate with other teams, but he'd cost an outside team two first-round picks to sign him. Miami placing the tag on Landry may signal that the two sides are close to a long-term extension. The Dolphins may have had a change of heart after Landry led the NFL with 112 catches, although he averaged a measly 8.8 yards per catch. A career-high nine touchdowns made up for that, though. If Landry is signed to a long-term deal, that signals bad news for DeVante Parker, who had a disappointing 2017 season. Landry is a low-end WR1 in PPR leagues, although matching his nine touchdowns in 2018 will be hard to do.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource:
2/20:The Jacksonville Jaguars declined the contract options for tight end Mychal Rivera and wide receiver Arrelious Benn on Tuesday, and they will become free agents in March. Rivera didn't play at all in 2017 and Benn had only one catch for 12 yards in nine games with Jacksonville. Neither are likely to make a fantasy impact in 2018, wherever they land.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: First Coast News - Mike Kaye
2/20:The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to place the franchise tag on impending free-agent running back Le'Veon Bell before the March 6 deadline. While both sides are much more optimistic that a long-term extension will be worked out this time around, the $14.5 million one-year tag will buy the team time to come to an agreement with Bell. Bell is the best dual-threat running back in the NFL and should be the consensus No. 1 overall fantasy pick in 2018. He posted his second straight 1,000-yard rushing season (1,291 yards) with a career-high nine rushing scores and also caught a career-high 85 passes for an additional 655 yards and two touchdowns.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jeremy Fowler
2/20:The Philadelphia Eagles promoted Mike Groh to offensive coordinator, according to a source with knowledge of the team's plans. However, play-calling duties will remain with head coach Doug Pederson. Groh has been an NFL assistant since 2013 after spending time in the college ranks before that. He was Virginia's offensive coordinator from 2006 to 2008 before spending time with Alabama and Louisville. Groh will help with weekly offensive game planning as the Eagles look to defend their title in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Marc Sessler
2/20:Free-agent cornerback Vontae Davis is visiting with the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday, according to a source. He has already met with the Bills and Browns. Davis will be entering his 10th season in the NFL and could provide needed veteran leadership to San Fran's secondary. He dealt with injuries in 2017 and wound up playing in only five games in his final season with the Colts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
2/20:The Jacksonville Jaguars will pick up tight end Marcedes Lewis' 2018 option. He will return for his 13th season with the Jags after catching 24 passes for 318 yards and five touchdowns in 2017. Lewis is a big body for quarterback Blake Bortles but is more of a blocking tight end in this offense. He won't be on the fantasy radar in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Florida Times-Union - Ryan O'Halloran
2/20:The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released running back Doug Martin on Tuesday. This move was totally expected, as Martin failed to reach 450 yards for the second straight season after being an All-Pro in 2015. The team will save $6.75 million on the salary cap with the move. As a rookie, Martin rushed for 1,454 yards with 11 rushing touchdowns. In the last two years, Martin has averaged a weak 2.9 yards per carry on 282 totes. In his absence, Jacquizz Rodgers and Peyton Barber figure to split time in the backfield, but the Bucs will likely look to made an addition at running back. Martin may benefit from a chance of scenery in free agency, but he's unlikely to land a bell-cow role after struggling mightily the last two seasons.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times - Rick Stroud
2/20:Former Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri told the media on Tuesday that he intends to continue kicking for the upcoming season, which would make it his 23rd in the NFL, per NFL Insider Adam Schefter. As a soon-to-be free agent, Vinatieri has spent two more seasons with Indianapolis (12) than in New England (10) and was open about a potential return to the Colts. However, it is unclear whether the team will look to move on from the 45-year-old kicker in the 2018 offseason given how general manager Chris Ballard has looked to build a younger foundation for the Colts as whole. For fantasy purposes, Vinatieri is a tough sell without quarterback Andrew Luck under center given the Colts putrid offensive efficiency last season.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter
2/20:The New York Jets are viewed as the favorites to land Washington Redskins impending free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins because they are projected to have $73.2 million in salary cap space, but they might get creative in order to give Cousins an offer he can't refuse. With runningread more...
2/19:With Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson being a candidate to be released in the offseason to save money on the salary cap, it wouldn't be remotely surprising if the Miami Dolphins pursued him, two years after they signed Anderson to an offer sheet, which was matched by Denver. Anderson was upset when the Broncos fired running backs coach Eric Studesville, and the coach was hired recently by Miami. Anderson had is best season in the NFL in 2017, running for 1,007 yards (4.1 yards per carry). If Denver releases Anderson and Miami signs him, he'd likely split time with Kenyan Drake in the backfield.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Miami Herald - Barry Jackson
2/19:The Miami Dolphins spent some time with Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield at last month's Senior Bowl, and they are planning to have dinner with him right before they evaluate him at Oklahoma's Pro Day on March 14. Mayfield threw for 4,627 yards last year with 43 touchdowns and only six interceptions and is one of the top QBs in the draft class. He's unlikely to be available when Miami selects 11th overall, but they are doing their due diligence on him. Ryan Tannehill is expected to be under center for Miami next season if his knee is fully healed, but that won't stop Miami from looking towards the future, and Mayfield is pegged to be someone's franchise quarterback.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Miami Herald - Barry Jackson
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