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4/16:Linebacker James Harrison announced his retirement from the NFL on his Twitter and Instagram accounts on Monday morning. Harrison wrote, "I've missed way too much for way too long...and I'm done." Harrison spent most of his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers with short tenures with the Cincinnati Bengals and, most recently, the New England Patriots. The 39-year-old finishes his 17-year career with 84.5 sacks. If this report sounds familiar, it is because Harrison did announce his retirement once before after the 2014 season, but changed his mind a few months later. He seems more likely to stay retired this time.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: James Harrison on Twitter
4/16:The Cleveland Browns re-signed four of their exclusive-rights free agents on Monday. Wide receivers Josh Gordon and Matt Hazel, fullback Danny Vitale and offensive lineman Austin Reiter were all inked on Monday, the first day of the Browns 2018 offseason program. Gordon is the biggest name of the group and signed with the team on a one-year, $790,000 contract. The veteran wide receiver is eligible to become a restricted free agent after the 2018 season. There's a chance the Browns could lock him up to a long-term deal if he's able to stay on the field and out of trouble this upcoming season.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource:
4/15:It appears unlikely that the New York Giants will draft a quarterback second overall. By the end of their process of evaluating the top QB prospects in the draft class, the body of work of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen is not commensurate with what theread more...
4/15:San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster will not take part in team activities as his legal matters play out. "As previously stated, his future with the team will be determined by the information revealed during the legal process." Foster is facing three felonies and may soon be released by the 49ers after a dispute with his live-in girlfriend. At the very least, he'll be looking at a four-game suspension to start the 2018 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Nick Wagoner
4/15:Tampa Bay Buccaneers right tackle Demar Dotson (knee) had surgery last week to fix a torn meniscus in his knee, according to sources. He will miss organized team activities and minicamp, but the thought is that he'll be good to go for training camp this summer. Dotson went on Injured Reserve late last year with a knee injury, so this could be related. Dotson is a top tackle in the NFL, so having him healthy in 2018 is key to the Bucs improving on offense overall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
4/15:Free-agent running back Kerwynn Williams is signing a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, according to a source. Williams had a career year in Arizona with both David Johnson and Adrian Peterson getting injured, rushing 120 times for 426 yards and one touchdown. In KC he'll have to compete with Charcandrick West, Spencer Ware, Akeem Hunt and Damien Williams, so Kerwynn Williams definitely is not a lock to make the final roster. Kareem Hunt remains the Chiefs workhorse back.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
4/15:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will not attend the start of offseason workouts on Monday, according to a source. The big tight end is still considering whether he'll play in 2018, but he has had "good communication" with the team. It's believed that Gronk is committed to playing another season, but 2018 could easily be his last as he continues to deal with nagging injuries and has been butting heads with head coach Bill Belichick. Still, as long as Gronkowski is healthy and on the field, he's an elite tight end option, albeit one with a lot of injury risk.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
4/15:The Oakland Raiders remain confident that they will reach a long-term extension with defensive end Khalil Mack, and a new deal could be around $120 million over six years. NFL Network's Steve Wyche reported that a deal could include $65 million in guaranteed money. Mack's fifth-year option accounts for $13.86 million against this year's salary cap, and most, if not all, of his new money could come next year. His 2018 cap number could decrease with a big signing bonus and a lower base salary. The 27-year-old is a beast edge rusher and one of the best in the NFL, as he has recorded 40.5 sacks so far in four years in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Bay Area - Scott Bair
4/15:Detroit Lions running back Ameer Abdullah is a candidate to be traded during this year's draft, and he's more likely to be moved than Theo Riddick because Abdullah is in the last year of his deal and his role is less defined after the team signed LeGarrette Blount in free agency. The Lions are also expected to address running back early in the draft, so Abdullah's role has really taken a hit. He rushed 165 times for 552 yards (career-low 3.3 yards per carry) and four touchdowns in 2017. If Abdullah remains with Detroit, he'll be one to avoid in fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Michael Rothstein
4/14:Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph is increasingly being tied to the New England Patriots, who may see him as the perfect protege to Tom Brady. New England has picks Nos. 23 and 31 after trading receiver Brandin Cooks to the Rams. With Brady still showing effectiveness at 40 years of age, Rudolph obviously wouldn't have any redraft value if he lands with the Patriots in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Rob Rang
4/14:Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson's draft stock is falling, and's Rob Rang has Jackson projected to go 15th overall to the Arizona Cardinals in his latest mock draft. “Look, there is no getting around it, the question with (Jackson) is intelligence,” another scout said. If Arizona doesn't take him in the first round, there is a chance he'll slide to the second round. Jackson had poor scores on the Wonderlic test, too, which doesn't help his cause. There are also questions about whether he'll play as a quarterback or receiver at the next level.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Rob Rang
4/14:Most scouts and pundits are focusing on Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, USC's Sam Darnold and UCLA's Josh Rosen as the "big three" quarterbacks likely to earn top-five selections in the draft, sources say that Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield remains in the conversation because he's head and shoulders above every other passer in this class in accuracy, winning percentage and on-field poise. However, Mayfield lacks prototypical size. “If the Bills want him, they’re going to have to come up to get him,” one scout said. “I’ll betcha he goes top five and I wouldn’t be surprised if it is before some of those other guys.”--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Rob Rang
4/14:Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake said that he added five to 10 pounds since the season ended as he prepares for a bigger workload in 2018. “So I’m about 215 right now,” Drake said, speaking before the Dolphins Cancer Challenge Celebrity Golf Tournament. “I know as I run around I’ll probably lose that weight. But maintaining it is definitely something I want to do. Get to that weight to begin with, sustain it during the offseason program. Then when training camp hits, I might lose five pounds, but I’ll still be at an optimal weight for the season.” Despite the addition of Frank Gore in free agency, Drake is expected to remain the workhorse back for the team this season. Just for the repetitions alone that he'll receive, Drake is at minimum a low-end RB1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Palm Beach Post - Joe Schad
4/14:ESPN New York's Rich Cimini doesn't see free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant landing with the New York Jets. The Jets currently have 17 receivers on roster, and Bryant will turn 30 in November and has been on a three-year decline. He has caught just 49.7 percent of his targets, the worst catch percentage in the NFL with a minimum of 200 attempts, since 2015. Bryant is more of a second wideout in the NFL at this stage of his career, but he still has the physicality to make some noise in the right situation. Stay tuned for where he lands.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Rich Cimini
4/14:The New York Giants are unlikely to pursue free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant, in the opinion of SNY's Ralph Vacchiano. However, Bryant seemed intent on staying in the NFC East in order to face the Cowboys twice a year after his release. The Giants don't have enough current salary cap space to take on Bryant, but they could be releasing wide receiver Brandon Marshall before long. Bryant will be turning 30 this year and has been known to be a locker room distraction before. It seems unlikely that this would happen, but if Marshall were to be released and Bryant added, he'd be an intriguing fantasy player alongside Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard and tight end Evan Engram.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: SNY - Danny Abriano
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