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3/15:The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons are showing interest in free-agent running back Danny Woodhead, according to sources. Woodhead played with New England from 2010 to 2012, so he's certainly familiar with them. He's looking to rehabilitate his image after playing in just 10 games the last two seasons due to injuries. The Pats would offer a more intriguing perspective for fantasy, while he'd be behind both Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman in Atlanta. Either way, Woodhead's fantasy stock has taken a major hit the last two years.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Mike Garafolo
3/15:Free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said he had a great phone conversation with head coach Pete Carroll on Wednesday night, and there is tangible interest from both sides. Suh is one of the most disruptive run-stopping forces in all of football, so he'll certainly attract plenty of interest on the open market, and the Cowboys are also known to be looking at him. In Seattle, Suh would help fill the hole that Michael Bennett left when he departed for the Eagles.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports - Jordan Schultz
3/15:Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller had $16 million of his $18.5 million base salary converted into a signing bonus, which creates $12.375 million in 2018 salary cap space, according to a source. It looks like Denver might be done on the free-agent market after adding quarterback Case Keenum. The former second overall pick in 2011, Miller has recorded double-digit sacks in all but his injury-shortened season in 2013. He's a staple in IDP leagues and for the Broncos defense.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Boston - Field Yates
3/15:Free-agent tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins said that he is visiting with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday. Seferian-Jenkins is one of the best tight ends left on the market, and he's receiving interest from the Seahawks, Jets and Falcons as well. He caught a career-high 50 passes in 2017 and appears to have his life on track off the field as well. Landing in Jacksonville probably wouldn't be the best for his fantasy value on a run-first team, however.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Josina Anderson
3/15:The Houston Texans are seriously interested in free-agent safety Tyrann Mathieu after he was released by the Cardinals on Wednesday. The Texans already added cornerback Aaron Colvin, and the addition of Mathieu would certainly help improve a secondary that was among the league's worst in 2017. The Honey Badger has seen his play decline the past couple of years, but he's still young and is two years removed from being an All Pro.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - John McClain
3/15:The Houston Texans placed tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz (concussion) on the Reserve/Retired list on Thursday. He suffered three concussions last year and was put on Injured Reserve twice. It's a disappointing end for the 26-year-old who caught 54 passes for 559 yards and four touchdowns in 2016 before inking a three-year extension with Houston. Ryan Griffin now tops the tight end depth chart, but Houston may be in the market for one of the remaining tight ends such as Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Eric Ebron or Julius Thomas.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Sarah Barshop
3/15:Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz has agreed to restructure his contract. $7.21 million of Ertz's salary was converted into a roster bonus. Without changing how much money Ertz will make, this move saves the Eagles $5.407 million in salary cap space. They'll likely need to keep getting creative with restructures and new free-agent contracts in order to stay under the cap. Ertz will of course again be one of the top fantasy tight ends in 2018.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Field Yates on Twitter
3/15:The Detroit Lions will be bringing in their fourth veteran running back on a visit this week, as former Eagles running back Legarrette Blount will visit with the Lions. New head coach Matt Patricia is known to be a big Blount fan, and the two worked together when Blount was on the Patriots. Blount followed up his 18-touchdown 2016 season with just two touchdowns last season. However, he would represent an upgrade to Detroit's struggling running game. With a poor offensive line and a pass-heavy offense, however, Blount's value would suffer in the Motor City.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter
3/15:After originally indicating they were not planning to tender him a contract, the Detroit Lions have reversed course and tendered receiver T.J. Jones at his original round. Jones served as the team's No. 3 receiver primarily last season behind Golden Tate and Marvin Jones. With Kenny Golladay healthy heading into 2018, Jones may be relegated to a fourth-receiver role. He hauled in 30 catches for 399 yards and one touchdown last season and does not expect to be fantasy relevant next season, barring an injury to one of the wideouts in front of him on the depth chart.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Dave Birkett
3/15:The Detroit Lions did not tender a contract to running back Zach Zenner, making him a free agent. Even on a poor running team, Zenner only saw 14 carries for 26 yards last season. He seems unlikely to catch on with team in anything more than a deep backup role, and he is not fantasy relevant.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Dave Birkett
3/15:Free-agent wide receiver Terrelle Pryor appears to have several teams interested in his services for the upcoming season. A tweet by NFL Network's Michael Silver indicated that the Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers are all attempting to add Pryor to their rosters. Pryor had a big season in 2016 with the Browns, topping 1,000 yards, but he flopped as a free-agent signing with the Washington Redskins last season. In 2017, Pryor played in just nine games, catching 20 passes for 240 yards and one touchdown and finished the season on Injured Reserve. Of the three teams listed, the 49ers would be the best landing spot for Pryor, because he would have the least competition for targets on an intriguing offense with an up-and-coming quarterback.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Michael Silver on Twitter
3/14:The New Orleans Saints are interested in re-signing linebacker Alex Okafor, according to a source familiar with the situation. However, Okafor is also drawing interest around the league, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers being one of the interested parties. Okafor was having a career year with 43 tackles (27 solo), 4.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three passes defensed before a season-ending Achilles injury in Week 11. If fully healthy in 2018, Okafor could be an excellent value pick in IDP leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The New Orleans Times-Picayune - Herbie Teope
3/14:The Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks are the first two teams rumored to have interest in free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Suh was recently released by the Miami Dolphins. He has never missed a game due to injury and is still playing at a high level. The team that signs him will be getting a difference maker on defense, mainly as a run stopper.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Diana Russini on Twitter
3/14:The Chicago Bears officially released wide receiver Markus Wheaton and quarterback Mike Glennon on Wednesday. These moves were long awaited after both players really struggled in their only season in Chicago. Along with cornerback Marcus Cooper, the Bears will save a total of $22.5 million in salary cap space with the moves. Wheaton was injured from the get go in training camp and never fully recovered, finishing with three catches for 51 yards. Glennon was a failure under center and was replaced by rookie Mitch Trubisky after just four games and eight turnovers. Glennon could become the backup to Sam Bradford in Arizona, but he won't have any fantasy value entering the year, while Wheaton should struggle to find takers on the open market.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chicago Tribune - Rich Campbell
3/14:A resolution on Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin could come by Thursday. General manager Les Snead has been in talks with Austin's agent, and the team will try to find a trade partner before releasing him. ESPN Los Angeles' Alden Gonzalez thinks it'd be a surprise if Austin is brought back, so if they can't find a taker, they'll likely release him. Austin was grossly overpayed last year as basically a gadget player, and he caught a career-low 13 passes for 47 yards and no touchdowns. Perhaps he would benefit from a change of scenery, but fantasy owners must see it first.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Los Angeles - Alden Gonzalez