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7/16:Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he would love to play until he's 40 years old. “I’d love to play to 40,” Rodgers said. “I just think that number means a lot. Obviously, Tom [Brady] is kind of rewriting the book. Brett [Favre] had a good season when he turned 40. My goal is be able to move like I do or close to how I do and still be able to do that at 40 … just because nobody’s been able to do that and still move around the same." He has two years left on his five-year, $110 million deal but he is expected to sign a new extension before the start of this year. It could be tough for Rodgers to remain that productive that deep into his career, but we wouldn't put it past him. He remains a strong QB1 choice in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Football Morning In America - Peter King
7/16:ESPN's Adam Schefter thinks that Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell could sit out half the year if he can't come to an agreement on a contract extension with the team. "The goal at that point would be to hit 2019 free agency healthy, not rack up another 400 touches," Schefter said. We'd be pretty surprised if Bell missed time at all in the regular season, but he will almost certainly sit out all of training camp and the preseason if he's franchise tagged again. Bell is the consensus top overall fantasy pick, but there is a little more risk surrounding him if he doesn't sign an extension by the deadline Monday.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Sirius XM NFL Radio - Ross Tucker
7/16:The New York Jets released wide receiver Devin Smith, a former second-round pick in 2015, on Monday, according to a source. He suffered two torn ACLs in his knees and hasn't been able to recover since. Smith has just 10 catches for 135 yards and one touchdown in two seasons. He did not play at all in 2017.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
7/16:New York Jets tight ends Jordan Leggett and Chris Herndon are expected to battle for the starting job in training camp, but with no standout in the tight end room, both players may split time equally this year. Leggett missed all of last season with a knee injury and Herndon is coming off an injury of his own, so neither are very attractive fantasy options in a Jets offense that has questions at quarterback. Eric Tomlinson is the third tight end, but he's mainly useful for blocking.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NJ Advance Media - Darryl Slater
7/16:Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has been impressed with rookie wideout Keke Coutee so far. Coutee was a fourth-round pick this year but will immediately challenge Braxton Miller for slot duties. The young star was a second-team All-Big 12 selection and had 93 catches for 1,429 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2017. "He's only getting better," Hopkins said. "He's always hanging around, seeing what I'm doing in between periods, asking me questions." The Texans also expect Coutee to contribute on special teams as a kick returner. His small stature puts him at risk of injury in the NFL in the middle of the field, and Coutee will likely make more of an impact on special teams initially. It's best to avoid him in redraft leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
7/16:Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles announced that he will retire after the 2018 season, which will be his 14th in the league. Sproles played in just three games last year before sitting out with arm and knee injuries. He currently sits with 4,656 receiving yards, 3,366 rushing yards, 2,792 punt return yards and 8,350 kickoff return yards. Sproles has excelled with his pass catching out of the backfield, but he turned 35 in June and has Jay Ajayi and Corey Clement ahead of him on the depth chart. He can still operate as a third-down back, which will make him a late-round flier in deeper PPR leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: USA TODAY Sports - Jack White
7/15:Despite becoming a key piece of the New England Patriots defense, defensive end Trey Flowers isn't guaranteed to get a contract extension. He had 6.5 sacks, 45 tackles and two forced fumbles in the regular season last year and another sack and 10 tackles in the playoffs. He's also valuable because of his versatility on the field. The 24-year-old has 13.5 sacks and 107 combined tackles in his two seasons in the NFL and is an underrated player both on the field and in IDP leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Boston - Tom E. Curran
7/15:Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah is expected to play the 2018 season under the franchise tag, barring a significant turn of events, according to sources. The deadline to sign players to franchise tags is on Monday. Ansah recorded 12 sacks and 44 tackles during the 2017 season, his second season with double-digit sacks in his five seasons in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
7/15:Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is expected to play under the franchise tag in 2018 barring a significant turn of events, according to sources. The 26-year-old had a career year in 2017, posting 58 tackles, 14.5 sacks and two fumble recoveries. However, he could be moving elsewhere after this season if he doesn't produce again for Dallas.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
7/15:The Pittsburgh Steelers and running back Le'Veon Bell have made some progress in contract talks, but a decision make come down to the wire on Monday. If Bell isn't given a contract extension by Monday, he'll play the 2018 season under the franchise tag once again and he'll hold out all of training camp. Bell did the same thing last season and held out of camp, but he was still one of the best running backs in the league. Regardless of his contract situation or his holdout, Bell should once again be in consideration for the top overall choice in fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
7/14:Detroit Lions running backs Ameer Abdullah and Dwayne Washington are firmly on the roster bubble heading into training camp after the team signed LeGarrette Blount in free agency and added Kerryon Johnson in the draft. Blount, Johnson and Theo Riddick are locks, and if Detroit keeps a fullback, Abdullah, Washington and Zach Zenner could be fighting for one spot. Abdullah has the advantage for the last spot because he has starting experience, can catch the ball out of the backfield and was one of the best kickoff returners in the NFL as a rookie. Washington's skill set too closely resembles that of both Blount and Johnson. Either way, none of the backs on the bubble in Detroit are worth your attention in fantasy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Tim Twentyman
7/14:New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, who missed all of last year after neck surgery to fix a bulging disc, said he is fully healthy and ready to go. He was on his way to becoming the team's No. 1 receiver last year after breaking out in 2016 with 58 catches for 857 yards and four touchdowns, and he's expected to be the team's slot man with Robby Anderson and Jermaine Kearse on the outside. Enunwa could once again be a nice underrated fantasy weapon, but it all depends on his health. If he struggles to stay healthy, Terrelle Pryor could pass him up on the depth chart.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Post - Brian Costello
7/13:The Buffalo Bills are showing interest in free-agent running back Branden Oliver, according to a source. The Bills were interested in Oliver before allegations regarding domestic and animal abuse against LeSean McCoy came out. Either way, the Bills might need to cover their bases as far as running back depth in case McCoy is suspended by the league. Oliver has played in just 16 games the last two seasons with the Chargers and hasn't scored a touchdown since 2014. He'd merely be a depth signing. If McCoy is suspended, Chris Ivory would become Buffalo's lead back.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Mike Rodak
7/13:Free-agent running back DeMarco Murray announced his retirement on Friday at the age of 30, according to a source. He's calling it quits after nagging injuries held him to 184 carries for 659 yards (career-low 3.6 yards per carry) and six touchdowns in 15 games with the Titans in 2017. Murray reached the 1,000-yard mark three times in his seven-year career, including a career-best 1,845 yards with 13 touchdowns on the ground with Dallas in 2014. The former third-round pick hangs them up and finishes with 7,174 yards (4.5 yards per carry) and 49 touchdowns in his career.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
7/13:New York Jets running back Thomas Rawls will probably be the odd man out in the running back room during training camp, and he is the longest shot to make the roster of the five running backs, including Isaiah Crowell, Bilal Powell, Elijah McGuire, Trenton Cannon and Lawrence Thomas. Rawls never played more than 13 games in his three seasons with Seattle and has been a disappointment since he totaled 830 yards and four touchdowns in his rookie season. He can be ignored in fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NJ Advance Media - Darryl Slater
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