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3/20:The New England Patriots re-signed wide receiver Matthew Slater to a two-year deal on Tuesday, according to a source. Slater is a special teams ace and doesn't have a single catch since 2011. He can be ignored in all fantasy leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Boston - Mike Reiss
3/20:Free-agent quarterback Blaine Gabbert visited with the Tennessee Titans, according to a source. Gabbert played in five games for the Cardinals in 2017, completing 55.6 percent of his 171 attempts for 1,086 yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions. The former first-round pick isn't the worst backup option in the league. He'd be holding the clipboard for Marcus Mariota after the team released Matt Cassel.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
3/20:Free-agent wide receiver Allen Hurns is receiving plenty of interest on the open market after being released by the Jaguars on Tuesday. The New Orleans Saints are among a long list of teams to express interest in him. "Right now, the teams have reached out, it's probably like 10 teams: the Bears, the Bills, Saints, Texans, Jets, Raiders, Panthers, there's a couple of other teams," Hurns said. "I should be hearing more soon." Hurns caught 121 passes for 1,708 yards and 16 touchdowns in his first two years in Jacksonville but has missed a combined 11 games the last two years due to injuries. Hurns could easily bounce back next year with better health, but his true fantasy value won't be determined until he signs with a new team.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The New Orleans Advocate - Joel A. Erickson
3/20:Free-agent wide receiver Allen Hurns has a visit with the New York Jets this week, according to a source. Hurns had a breakout in 2015 with 1,031 yards and 10 touchdowns, but he fell back to earth the last two years, mainly due to injuries. Hurns would be an upgrade for the Jets offense behind No. 1 receiver Robby Anderson, but Gang Green is still unsettled at quarterback, which would hurt Hurns' upside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Josina Anderson
3/20:The Minnesota Vikings are re-signing place kicker Kai Forbath to an undisclosed deal Tuesday, according to a source. He made a career-high 32 of his 38 field goal attempts (84.2 percent) for the Vikings last year, including a career-high six of nine from 50-plus yards. Forbath is an 85.9 percent kicker in his seven years in the NFL, and he'll be a fantasy sleeper in an offense that should improve with quarterback Kirk Cousins at the helm.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Mike Garafolo
3/20:The Jacksonville Jaguars released tight end Marcedes Lewis on Tuesday, according to a source. Lewis was typically a fantasy afterthought in Jacksonville. He had 24 receptions for 318 yards and five scores last season, but three of those touchdowns came in one game. Lewis is unlikely to latch on with a team that makes him the top pass-catching tight end option.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
3/20:Free-agent wide receiver Ryan Grant signed a one-year deal worth $5 million with the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday, per NFL Network analyst James Jones. The payout is significantly lower in value than his would-be deal in Baltimore, but Grant will get a shot to hit free agency again after this one-year, prove-it deal with the Colts. Grant adds depth to a paper-thin receiving corps in Indianapolis. Grant is unlikely to generate much value unless he can overtake Chester Rogers at the No. 2 spot on the depth chart, but there is still plenty of time for the former Washington Redskin to show he deserves more playing time.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: James Jones
3/20:Updating an ongoing story, free-agent wide receiver Eric Decker will visit with the Oakland Raiders on Tuesday, according to sources. It was initially reported that Decker was flying to visit the Saints, but that turned out to be incorrect. Decker was a disappointment with the Titans in 2017 and had a career-low 10.4 yards per catch. In Oakland, he'd likely serve as the No. 3 option behind Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson. Decker has red-zone prowess but is more of an all-or-nothing fantasy commodity at this point.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Vic Tafur
3/20:The Washington Redskins are expected to look at drafting a running back in the early rounds. "That's a good possibility, yes," head coach Jay Gruden said. Unless they trade up in the first round, Washington is unlikely to land Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, but the team could also look to add a back in the second round. The 'Skins drafted Samaje Perine last year, but neither he nor Rob Kelley are seen as leading running backs, and they'd prefer to pair a higher-upside runner with Chris Thompson on passing downs.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Washington - Grant Paulsen
3/20:Updating a previous report, sources say that free-agent wide receiver Eric Decker is not scheduled to visit with the New Orleans Saints. Decker is likely visiting someone, so we'll just have to wait and see. The veteran wideout can play in the slot or on the outside and has traditionally been a great red-zone weapon for teams. However, he's slowed down a bit in recent years and had a career-low 10.4 yards per catch last year with Tennessee. Decker can still be a nice complementary piece for a team, but he can be a very frustrating fantasy option these days.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The New Orleans Advocate - Nick Underhill
3/20:Free-agent wide receiver Eric Decker is visiting with the New Orleans Saints, according to a source. While Decker's best days are likely in the past, he could be a nice depth signing behind Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn. Decker had 54 catches for 563 yards (career-low 10.4 yards per catch) and only one touchdown in his lone season with Tennessee. He represents a solid red-zone option and would benefit from having future Hall of Famer Drew Brees at quarterback, but the Saints are also morphing into more of a run-first squad.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Denver Post - Nicki Jhabvala
3/20:The Jacksonville Jaguars released wide receiver Allen Hurns on Tuesday, according to a source. He's expected to have a strong market. Hurns is a very capable receiver in the NFL, but he also missed 11 games combined the last two seasons. He finished with 39 receptions for 484 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games in 2017, but he does have a 1,000-yard season to his name in 2015. Hurns' fantasy value for the 2018 season will depend largely on where he lands. Stay tuned.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
3/20:Free-agent safety Morgan Burnett is expected to finalize a deal to join the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday morning. The Steelers were expected to make a move to shore up their secondary after releasing safeties Mike Mitchell and Robert Golden earlier in the month. Burnett, who had spent his entire eight-year career with the Packers, is coming off a season which saw him rack up 68 tackles in 12 games. Burnett is expected to start at safety across from Sean Davis this upcoming season.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: James Jones on Twitter
3/20:The Dallas Cowboys acquired fullback Jamize Olawale from the Oakland Raiders on Tuesday. Oakland also sent its sixth-round pick to Dallas, while Dallas sent back its fifth-rounder. After Keith Smith signed with the Raiders, the Cowboys were on the lookout for a new fullback to replace him. Olawale won't have fantasy value, but he's a solid addition to the Cowboys running game.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
3/20:Free-agent center Mike Pouncey is expected to sign with the Los Angeles Chargers, according to sources. Pouncey struggled last year mainly due to injuries in his final season with the Dolphins, but he'll bring a veteran presence to an offensive line that could be vastly improved in 2018. The 28-year-old Pouncey was the 15th overall pick by the Dolphins in the 2011 draft out of Florida. The addition of Pouncey would be good news for both running back Melvin Gordon and quarterback Philip Rivers.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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