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2 months agoThe Denver Broncos traded up with the Bengals and selected Missouri quarterback Drew Lock with the No. 42 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft on Friday. Lock has a huge arm and can make all the necessary throws in the NFL, but he is a little raw and will need to be coached up by the Broncos. Lock has plus speed but hasn't shown a lot of playmaking ability outside of the pocket. The good news for Denver is Lock won't be put on the spot right away, as he'll likely sit behind Joe Flacco for a year and learn. Lock will be a boom/bust dynasty pick in 2019 drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
2 months agoThe San Francisco 49ers selected South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel with the No. 36 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. He has elite athleticism and is physical after the catch. Because he's built more like a running back and not a receiver, his durability will be a concern at the next level. Samuel can be a game-changer with the ball in his hands, though, and he has an opportunity to stand out in the Niners mediocre wideout depth chart in his rookie year.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
2 months agoThe Jacksonville Jaguars traded up with the Raiders and selected Florida offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor with the No. 35 overall pick in the start of the second round of the 2019 NFL draft on Friday. Taylor has first-round talent, so this could be a steal for the Jaguars this early in the second round. He'll help protect new quarterback Nick Foles in his rookie season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
2 months agoContrary to a previous report, there is little to no trade interest in Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. Previous reports suggested that other teams were interested in trading for Harris, but he's likely to remain in Denver in 2019 if he's not traded on Friday during the draft. The Pro Bowl cornerback wants a new long-term deal, but the Broncos prefer to wait until after the draft to discuss an extension. Losing Harris would be a big blow to a Denver secondary that saw both Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby depart each of the last two seasons.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: 9News - Mike Klis
2 months agoThe Houston Texans exercised wide receiver Will Fuller's fifth-year team option on Friday. Fuller was the team's first-round pick in 2016 and he'll make $10.162 million in 2020. Despite his upside, Fuller hasn't been able to stay healthy and is currently recovering from a torn ACL he suffered last year. In his 11 games played with quarterback Deshaun Watson, Fuller has 11 touchdowns. Starting opposite DeAndre Hopkins, Fuller still has heaps of potential in fantasy and real life if he can just stay on the football field. The 25-year-old has played in only 31 games in his three seasons in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - John McClain
2 months agoDenver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. is receiving trade interest from other teams. A deal could happen during the next two days of the NFL draft. Harris wants a new deal and didn't attend voluntary workouts, but the Broncos haven't made it a priority for the Pro Bowl cornerback. It's a bit strange, since Harris has become one of the best cover corners in the league. The Broncos need him even more after losing Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby each of the last two seasons as well. If Talib were to be traded, Denver's secondary would be lacking in playmakers.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - James Palmer
2 months agoThe Miami Dolphins are close to acquiring quarterback Josh Rosen from the Miami Dolphins on Friday, and a deal might be tentatively done, according to multiple sources. The Cardinals would receive the No. 48 pick from Miami. Rosen wasn't expected to stick around after Arizona made Kyler Murray the No. 1 overall pick in the first round on Thursday. It's a cheap and decent move for the Dolphins, as veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick was tops on their depth chart under center. Rosen was awful in his rookie year in the desert behind a terrible offensive line. It's unclear if he'll start right away in Miami, but he should be considered the favorite over Fitzmagic. A change of scenery should help the 2018 first-round pick, but he won't have a ton of aerial weapons around him and will be, at best, a weak QB2 selection.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk
2 months agoThe Miami Dolphins are a team to watch with quarterback Josh Rosen after the Arizona Cardinals selected quarterback Kyler Murray first overall on Thursday night. A trade of Rosen isn't imminent, but the Dolphins and Cardinals have been talking, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero. The Dolphins have been doing work on Rosen for weeks and are one of the few destinations that would make sense for him. However, the Cardinals won't just give Rosen away and would be fine hanging onto him if they don't receive an acceptable offer. On the flip side, the Cardinals may not get good value for Rosen if he demands a trade. Miami might be Rosen's best chance of seeing decent playing time in 2019, but even there he wouldn't have much fantasy appeal.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com - Kevin Patra
2 months agoNew York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman called quarterback Eli Manning while the team drafted Duke QB Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick in the first round on Thursday night to reiterate that Manning is expected to remain the starter in 2019. "It's your job to win games and keep this guy off the field," head coach Pat Shurmur told Manning. Gettleman mentioned that Jones could sit on the sidelines for multiple years before he becomes the starter. There have been mixed reviews on Jones, as some scouts like him and others think he is a "pedestrian talent" and a "backup." Jones obviously won't have any redraft value in 2019 fantasy drafts, and Manning will be an uninspiring QB2.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Jordan Raanan
2 months agoSan Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that the team will not trade franchise-tagged kicker Robbie Gould. The veteran kicker isn't interested in a long-term extension with San Fran and has requested to be traded. If not, he has also threatened to hold out this summer. Gould was hoping to be on the free-agent market and wanted to return to Chicago, where his family resides. Despite his frustration, the 36-year-old booter made 97.1 percent of his 34 field-goal tries last year and is an 87.7 percent kicker in his lengthy career. He should remain on the map as a viable fantasy kicker for the 49ers despite his unhappiness.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Bay Area News Group - Cam Inman
2 months agoThe Arizona Cardinals are prepared to keep quarterback Josh Rosen if they don't receive a suitable trade offer for him. Rosen is firmly on the trading block after the team selected QB Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the first round on Thursday night. The Giants, Dolphins and Chargers have discussed Rosen with the Cardinals, but he profiles as a backup, at best, for all three teams. If a trade happens, it'll probably come on Friday. However, no matter how it shakes out, it doesn't look like Rosen will be a starter for any team in 2019. The Cardinals traded up into the top 10 to take Rosen in last year's draft, but that was with Arizona's previous coaching regime.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
2 months agoKansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach said that wide receiver Tyreek Hill "will not take part in any team activities" while he's being investigated for child abuse. A voice recording has surfaced that gives evidence towards Hill's mistreatment of his son while talking to his fiance. The boy suffered a broken arm, and the couple could lose custody of the child. Hill is likely to face a lengthy suspension from the NFL despite not being formally charged with any crime. The 25-year-old has become one of the most productive receivers in the NFL after recording 87 catches for 1,479 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2018. It might not matter, though, as he could be released by KC eventually. His absence would hurt quarterback Patrick Mahomes' overall upside, although tight end Travis Kelce and receiver Sammy Watkins could benefit with more targets.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Kansas City Star - Brooke Pryor
2 months agoThe New England Patriots selected Arizona State wide receiver N'keal Harry with the No. 32 pick overall in the 2019 NFL draft. It's no secret that the Patriots need wide receiver help with Josh Gordon suspended and tight end Rob Gronkowski retiring. Chris Hogan also left in free agency. Harry checks a lot of boxes and works hard at his craft. It's not easy to pick up New England's offense, so Harry will have his work cut out for him and will need to develop chemistry with quarterback Tom Brady, but he could be a sneaky late-round flier in redraft leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
2 months agoThe Atlanta Falcons traded up with the Rams and selected Washington offensive tackle Kaleb Mcgary with the No. 31 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. Mcgary doesn't have great length but is physical and is just a solid athlete overall. The Falcons really put an emphasis on their offensive line in the first round, which is great news for quarterback Matt Ryan and the team's running game. Mcgary could wind up playing right tackle in his rookie season in Atlanta.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
2 months agoThe New York Giants traded up with the Seahawks and selected Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker with the No. 30 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. Baker is a very consistent football player and is the first straight corner taken in the 2019 draft. He's good at breaking up passes and making tackles in the open field. Baker doesn't have elite speed, but he has great instincts and could become a lockdown corner in the NFL. He can play zone or man coverage and is physical on the outside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com