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4/22:Dallas Cowboys defensive back Byron Jones is expected to have his fifth-year option for 2019 exercised by the team. Jones will make $6.17 million, a bargain for the Cowboys since he'll be paid as a safety instead of as a cornerback. Had he been paid as a cornerback, he'd have made $9.1 million instead. Jones played most of 2018 at strong safety, but he's expected to move to a full-time cornerback role in 2018.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
4/22:The Denver Broncos could target a running back early in the NFL draft, possibly as early as fifth overall if Penn State running back Saquon Barkley is still on the board. The Broncos are looking to improve the position after releasing last year's leading rusher on the team, C.J. Anderson. “It’s a deep running back class,” Broncos general manager John Elway said. LSU's Derrius Guice and USC's Ronald Jones II could also be options for Denver. As of now, Devontae Booker and De'Angelo Henderson are expected to split repetitions, but any draft pick could compete to be in that mix in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Denver Post - Kyle Fredrickson
4/22:Even though New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown is the projected starter for 2018, head coach Todd Bowles said he would start a rookie under center, if necessary. “It depends on the progress,” Bowles said. “I’m not afraid to play young players at any position. You go in and compete and as you gain confidence in the system, understand what you’re doing and go through training camp.” The Jets started Geno Smith in his rookie season in 2013 and Mark Sanchez in 2009. After the Jets traded up to No. 3 overall, it's been widely expected that they will draft a franchise QB in that spot, with Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen the most likely options.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Newsday - Calvin Watkins
4/22:Both New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski are expected to play in 2018, according to a source with knowledge of the situations. Both players have been rumored to be considering retirement, although the Brady news has always seemed like a non-story. Gronk and Brady aren't taking part in voluntary offseason workouts in order to spend more time with family and rest their bodies. It's also possible that Gronkowski is looking for more than the $8 million he'll make this year. There's also the question of how upset Brady and Gronk are about the way head coach Bill Belichick handled cornerback Malcolm Butler's benching in the Super Bowl. Expect offseason tensions to blow over as soon as the two report to training camp this summer. As long as they are healthy, both Brady and Gronk are elite fantasy options at their respective positions.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio
4/22:Denver Broncos outside linebacker Shaq Barrett signed his second-round restricted free agency tender to stay with the team. He is an underrated outside pass-rusher that stepped up while Shane Ray was out with an injury in 2017. He is an important part of the ability to harass the quarterback which helps the Denver Broncos defense remain a force in both reality and fantasy.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: 24/7 Sports
4/22:The Denver Broncos signed center Matt Paradis to a second-round RFA contract. He will be returning to the team. He is an important part of the offensive line which has effects throughout the rest of the team, both for real-life and fantasy. The offense struggled in 2017 but if the offensive line can play well and the quarterback position improves its play, owners and fans should see an improvement in many of the values of the Broncos more well-known names.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Nicki Jhabvala on Twitter
4/21:The New York Jets are considering both Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen with the third overall pick in the draft, but sources say they think Mayfield will end up with the Jets. One source that has dealt with QBs at the top of the draft for the last five years thinks Mayfield to the Jets is a "done deal." When it comes to draft speculation and mock drafts, nothing is a done deal. This scenario also is assuming the Browns or Giants don't take USC quarterback Sam Darnold. However, if Mayfield is taken by the Jets at third overall, he'd certainly be competing for a starting gig right away with the veteran Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Draft Analyst - Tony Pauline
4/21:Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) may be a candidate to open the regular season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, which would mean he wouldn't be eligible to play until the seventh game of the season. We'll likely have a better idea of Foreman's healthy in training camp this summer, but not having him to begin the year would be a big blow for Houston's ground game behind Lamar Miller. It'd also severely damage Foreman's fantasy value, as he'd likely just be a weak handcuff for Miller owners if he's placed on the PUP.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
4/21:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said he will not take part in the team's voluntary offseason workouts. Gronk has been openly considering retirement this offseason, but he's fully expected to return and play at least one more season. However, he won't take part in offseason workouts. It's not a huge deal, and the oft-injured Gronkowski is likely just giving his body some extra time to rest before potentially playing his final NFL season. When healthy, Gronk remains an elite fantasy tight end, but he's a high-risk, high-reward pick early in drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Boston - Phil Perry
4/20:Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson is expected to be drafted in the top 20, and a few sources really like him. There are also others that are worried with how Jackson will transition to the next level as a passer. His athleticism and talent aren't in question, though, and some team is bound to select him on Day 1 of the draft. Jackson isn't among the big top-four quarterback prospects, but he could make some noise in the right situation. He'll strictly be a dynasty/keeper target in 2018 drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Jordan Raanan
4/20:Houston Texans general manager Brian Gaine said he's optimistic the team will reach a long-term deal with defensive end Jadeveon Clowney before the 2018 season. Clowney is in line to play on his fifth-year option this year at $12 million. "[I like his] height, weight, [and] speed," Gaine said. "The production, the performance, the pass-rush ability. The guy's a disruptive player. He plays the run well. So we're doing our best to fortify our nucleus of players, and we'd like him to be a part of it." Clowney had been injury-prone in his career but finally played a full season last year. He has 15.5 sacks and 37 tackles for loss since 2016 and will be a strong IDP option again next season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Sarah Barshop
4/20:With New Orleans Saints restricted free-agent Willie Snead expected to sign with the Baltimore Ravens, it would essentially end their interest in free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant. Bryant never really seemed to be a great fit in the slot for Baltimore to begin with. The aging receiver led the NFL in drops last season and could be angling to work alongside Odell Beckham Jr. in New York so he has a chance to face the Cowboys twice a year. Bryant certainly will no longer be a WR1 for fantasy owners anymore, but if he lands in the right situation, he could be a touchdown-dependent flex option.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jamison Hensley
4/20:Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said the team has been in touch with wide receiver Amari Cooper's agent about extending his fifth-year option. McKenzie said the team is focused on the draft but that "we like Amari." The third-year wideout rubbed his fantasy owners the wrong way in 2017 by posting career lows in receptions (48) and yards (680) after reaching 1,000 yards his first two years in the NFL. He ranked third in the league in dropped passes, but he also wasn't 100 percent healthy for much of the year. With new head coach Jon Gruden in town and with better health, Cooper should be the focal point of the offense and could be in for a bounce-back season as a fantasy value pick.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Las Vegas Review-Journal - Michael Gehlken
4/20:Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard told the media on Friday that quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) is still not throwing a football, but is instead doing "a lot of the exercises... conducive to the same thing." The former first overall pick missed all of last year while recovering from shoulder surgery and doesn't seem too much closer to returning in 2018. There still remains plenty of time between now and the start of training camp, so fantasy owners should retain a small amount of optimism that Luck will be ready to go after an extended absence.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Mike Wells
4/20:When it comes to how the Indianapolis Colts will handle the sixth overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft, general manager Chris Ballard made it clear that he is completely open to trading back "if it is the right thing for us to do and there's enough players on the board." After making a blockbuster trade with the New York Jets to acquire plenty of draft picks this year, the Colts might not be done making moves. If a top option at quarterback is still on the board by the time the sixth overall pick rolls around, Indianapolis could capitalize on a team willing to spend multiple picks to nab their guy. With draft night fast approaching, Colts fans have to feel confident that Ballard has a plan and is cognizant of all his options.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport
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