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3/19:The New England Patriots acquired wide receiver/kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson and a late-round pick from the Oakland Raiders in exchange for a late-round draft pick, according to a league source. Patterson will be due a base salary of $3 million in the final year of his deal and has a $250,000 workout bonus. He has 163 career catches for 1,625 yards and seven touchdowns in his career, but he's been much more effective as a kick returner with 153 returns for 4,613 yards and five scores. With primary kick returner Dion Lewis going to the Titans in free agency, Patterson will likely assume those duties in 2018. He's not a fantasy option unless your league counts return yardage.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Boston - Mike Reiss
3/18:The Dallas Cowboys and long snapper L.P. Ladouceur have agreed to a one-year contract. Ladouceur has been with the Cowboys for 14 seasons and has not made a bad snap as a member of the team. He'll continue to play a key role on special teams for at least one more year.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Todd Archer on Twitter
3/18:The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed free-agent center Ryan Jensen to a four-year deal worth $42 million. The former Baltimore Raven got $22 million guaranteed and is now the highest paid center in the league. He started every game last season and should bring some stability to the offensive line, which was hit with a number of injuries last season. This signing should allow Ali Marpet to move back to guard, according to Jenna Laine of ESPN.--Tom Vecchio - RotoBallerSource: Jenna Laine, ESPN Staff Writer
3/18:The Pittsburgh Steelers and free-agent linebacker Jon Bostic agreed to a two-year deal on Sunday. Bostic spent the 2017 season with the Indianapolis Colts, appearing in 14 games and notching a career-high 97 total tackles to go along with one sack and one fumble recovery. Bostic will be counted upon to help replace the injured Ryan Shazier, who may never play again. Bostic was Pittsburgh's first free-agent signing this offseason. Bostic began his NFL career with the Chicago Bears in 2013 and has also spent time with the New England Patriots and Detroit Lions.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Adam Schefter on Twitter
3/18:Free agent special teams ace Matthew Slater visited with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday. Slater has spent his entire 10-year career with the New England Patriots, making the Pro Bowl as a special teamer seven times. The free agent 32-year-old has been a long-time captain and locker room leader for the Patriots, meaning his loss would hit New England on the field as well as off of it. The Steelers would certainly relish the opportunity to weaken a Patriots team that has already lost left tackle Nate Solder, wide receiver Danny Amendola, running back Dion Lewis, and cornerback Malcolm Butler this offseason.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Boston Herald
3/18:Free-agent cornerback Ryan Grant is set to visit with the Oakland Raiders, according to a source. Grant had a deal with Baltimore earlier this week, but that was voided due to a failed physical. The former Redskins also recently visited with the Colts but came away without a deal. Grant had a career-best 45 catches for 573 yards and four touchdowns in D.C. last season, but he'd be competing for the No. 3 role in Oakland and wouldn't have much fantasy intrigue with the Raiders.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/18:While the New York Jets deal with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater hasn't been made official yet, the quarterback has passed his physical and the Jets will announce the deal soon, according to a league source. There was some speculation that the deal may be voided after the Jets moved up to third overall in this year's draft. Bridgewater suffered a bad knee injury and missed all of 2016 and played in just one game for the Vikings in 2017. New York also re-signed Josh McCown, and the signal caller they take third overall in the draft could compete for the starting gig immediately, too, leaving Bridgewater's playing time completely up in the air in 2018. He won't be a fantasy option in drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Michael David Smith
3/17:Free-agent defensive end Vinny Curry is signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a three-year deal worth up to $27 million with $11.5 million in injury guarantees, according to a source. Curry combined for 42 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble in his final year with the Eagles in 2017. He'll help fill in on the defensive line with Robert Ayers now out of the picture.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jenna Laine
3/17:Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is not ruling out re-signing wide receivers Mike Wallace and Michael Campanaro. The team has had talks with both players. The veteran Wallace was one of Baltimore's most consistent pass catchers in an atrocious group last season, hauling in 52 passes for 748 yards and four touchdowns. However, with Baltimore already adding wideouts Michael Crabtree and John Brown in free agency, Wallace's ceiling would be considerably lower for fantasy owners if he returns. Campanaro had only 19 receptions for 173 yards and a touchdown in 13 games and has never been a fantasy option.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jamison Hensley
3/17:Free-agent running back DeMarco Murray will visit with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Murray had a career-low 3.6 yards per carry and six rushing touchdowns last year with the Titans in 15 games, and nagging injuries continued to wear him down and make him less effective. It's fair to wonder how much the veteran back will have heading into his age-30 season. If he lands in Miami, he'd likely play second fiddle to Kenyan Drake, making him nothing more than a weak RB3/flex choice.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Palm Beach Post - Joe Schad
3/17:Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch will stay with the team and will receive a $1 million roster bonus on March 18, according to sources. It's a great sign for Oakland's running back depth, but a bad sign for everyone involved from a fantasy perspective. Lynch will likely remain as the lead back, but he'll now have to fend of Doug Martin as well as Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington. Lynch was one of the few bright spots in Oakland's offense in 2017, but he'll have a hard time topping 891 rushing yards and seven rushing scores if they go to more of a committee approach.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/17:Free-agent wide receiver Jordan Matthews visited with the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday and could be set to sign with the team. After losing wide receivers Jaron Brown and John Brown in free agency, the Cardinals will look to sign someone to line up opposite future Hall of Fame wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. If Matthews were to sign with the Cardinals, given his production with the Bills last season, he should be considered a flex option, at best, unless he is able to establish himself as a consistent weapon for the offense.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Kellan Olson
3/17:The New England Patriots are signing safety Patrick Chung to a short-term contract extension, according to sources. He was due $2 million this season in the last year of his current deal. Chung is an integral and underrated cog in the team's secondary, as he recorded 84 tackles, two fumble recoveries and one interception in 2017.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/17:The New York Jets moved up three spots in this year's draft to third overall after trading with the Indianapolis Colts. The Jets sent the sixth pick and two second-round picks in this year's draft -- 37th and 49th overall -- as well as their 2019 second-rounder to the Colts. It'sread more...
3/17:Free-agent safety Tyrann Mathieu agreed to a one-year deal with the Houston Texans, according to sources. Mathieu wasn't as effective the last two seasons for the Cardinals, but he was an All Pro in 2015 and is extremely versatile on defense, able to play cornerback and linebacker as well. He'll help improve what was one of the worst secondaries in football last season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
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