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4/17:The Seattle Seahawks are re-signing quarterback Austin Davis, according to a source. Davis will receive the veteran's minimum after serving as Russell Wilson's backup in 2017. The Davis signing will not end the team's talks with free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick, however. As of now, Davis will compete with Stephen Morris for the right to hold the clipboard for Wilson next season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Mike Garafolo
4/17:The New York Jets re-signed restricted free-agent tight end Neal Sterling to a one-year deal on Monday. Sterling is mainly a special teams asset and led the team with 26 special teams tackles. On the offensive side, he had just six catches for 82 yards in 11 games last season and made just one start. With Jordan Leggett and Clive Walford listed atop the tight end depth chart right now, Sterling has a chance to carve out a role, but no fantasy owners should have him on their radar to open the season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Charean Williams
4/17:The Miami Dolphins signed free-agent tight end Gavin Escobar to an undisclosed deal on Monday. Escobar was a former second-round pick by the Cowboys and was released by the Browns last week. He caught only 30 passes for 333 yards and eight touchdowns in his four years in Dallas, mainly backing up Jason Witten. Escobar is expected to compete with tight ends A.J. Derby, MarQueis Gray and Thomas Duarte in training camp. The team could also address the position in the draft, meaning Escobar's spot on the roster is definitely not guaranteed.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: South Florida Sun-Sentinel - Omar Kelly
4/17:Carolina Panthers exclusive-rights free-agent wide receiver Damiere Byrd signed his one-year tender offer on Monday. Byrd had only 10 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns in eight games played in 2017 and is more of a special teams asset for the Panthers. You can avoid him in all fantasy drafts this fall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Bill Voth
4/17:Tampa Bay Buccaneers restricted free-agent wide receiver Adam Humphries signed his one-year tender offer on Monday to remain with the team. Humphries had a career-high 61 catches for 631 yards and one touchdown in 2017, and he's expected to compete with Chris Godwin for slot duties in 2018. Humphries could become relevant in deeper leagues if he wins the job and Tampa's offense can take a step forward.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Scott Smith
4/17:New Orleans Saints restricted free-agent wide receiver Willie Snead reported for offseason workouts Monday, but he hasn't signed his tender offer yet, according to sources. Snead was suspended to start last year and just never got on track after that, catching a career-low eight passes for just 92 yards and no scores in only 11 games. With New Orleans signing Cameron Meredith in free agency, Snead's role will be dramatically reduced next year if he ends up re-signing. There hasn't been much known interest in him on the open market after his rough 2017 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
4/17:Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said running back Spencer Ware (knee) is expected to be back from his injury but said, "you never know." It's not a ringing endorsement for a player that injured his PCL and MCL last season, and he may be late to training camp. Ware didn't play at all in 2017 and will be strictly a backup to Kareem Hunt in 2018 if he's ready to start the year on time. He did, however, come close to the 1,000-yard mark on 200-plus carries in 2016, but the Chiefs still have Charcandrick West and Akeem Hunt on the roster and they added Damien Williams and Kerwynn Williams in free agency.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Kansas City Star - Terez A. Paylor
4/17:The Buffalo Bills re-signed exclusive-rights free-agent tight ends Nick O'Leary and Logan Thomas to one-year deals Monday. O'Leary, 25, caught 22 passes for 322 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games for Buffalo last year, mainly service as a blocker. Thomas caught just seven balls for 67 yards and a touchdown in 12 games. As long as pass-catching tight end Charles Clay remains healthy, neither O'Leary nor Thomas will have any fantasy impact in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Chris Brown
4/17:The Buffalo Bills signed free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Kerley to a one-year deal Monday. The 29-year-old caught 22 passes for just 217 yards and a touchdown in eight games with the Jets in 2017 and is pretty much just a depth addition for the Bills. He's expected to compete for the slot receiver role in Buffalo, but fantasy owners can likely take a wait-and-see approach with him in deeper leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Chris Brown
4/17:Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said the team is "satisfied" with wide receiver Zay Jones. "We all agree we need to move forward, and I'm excited about the future for Zay," McDermott said. Jones was arrested in March for vandalism after a bizarre scene at his hotel, but charges were dropped and Jones isn't facing any discipline. He struggled immensely for playing time and consistency in his rookie year, catching just 27 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games. The 23-year-old should have a bigger role in 2018, but Buffalo's QB issues don't help his cause. Most fantasy owners won't be looking Jones' way on draft day.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Mike Rodak
4/17:Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee), who had surgery in the offseason, took part in the start of voluntary offseason workouts on Monday. While Benjamin likely isn't 100 percent, it's a great sign that he'll be able to participate full in organized team activities, barring any setbacks. Benjamin disappointed fighting through injuries in six games for Buffalo last year after being traded from the Panthers, catching 16 passes for 217 yards and one score. When healthy, he'll be the team's clear No. 1 wideout, but the quarterback problem remains an issue for his fantasy upside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Mike Rodak
4/16:Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving will sign his restricted free agent tender today, meaning he will return to the team for another season at $2.91 million. Irving had seven sacks in eight games last season and was tendered at the second-round level by Dallas. He will become an unrestricted free agent after this coming season and could be a candidate for an extension.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Todd Archer on ESPN Now
4/16:The Denver Broncos plan to release running back C.J. Anderson on Monday, according to ESPN and multiple reports. Anderson had his first career 1,000-yard season in 2017 and was the team's leading rusher last year. With Anderson out of the picture, Devontae Booker and De'Angelo Henderson should be expected to split up the workload in the backfield in 2018, but Denver is also expected to address the position in a loaded draft class. The Broncos won't be charged any dead money against the salary cap by releasing Anderson. Even without a big-name rookie in the mix in 2018, Booker and Henderson could make for a frustrating committee backfield for fantasy owners behind what was a very shaky offensive line the last several seasons.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jeff Legwold
4/16:Detroit Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah is expected to return to Detroit on Monday and sign his franchise tag. That will net him $17.143 million dollars, and the team could work on a longer term deal with him as well. Ansah posted 12 sacks last season and is one of the leaders of a suddenly strong Lions defense. He will help the Lions keep some fantasy relevance as a defense next year, and is a solid option in IDP formats as well.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Josh Alper
4/16:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn't expected to participate regularly in the team's offseason program, in the opinion of ESPN's Jeff Darlington. Brady is planning to spend more time with his family and body coach Alex Guerrero. It's not uprecedented for Brady to do this, as he did something similar in 2008, 2009 and 2010. 2008 was the season that Brady injured his knee in the season opener, and in 2010 he threw for only 3,900 yards, although he also had 36 touchdowns and just four interceptions that year. Missing some offseason workouts won't dissuade anyone from selecting Brady, who will be 41 this season, from selecting him as a QB1 in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Jeff Darlington
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