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1/31:Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (shoulder) is already showing marked improvement after undergoing a minimally invasive arthroscopic right shoulder surgery after the season ended. “I was there on one of his recovery days when (Newton) was working out with (head athletic trainer) Ryan Vermillion,” head coachread more...
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1/31:The New York Jets will not break the bank this offseason in order to sign running back Le'Veon Bell, according to sources. There is some level of concern in the organization about Bell's motivation if he lands a big payday, which is expected. The Jets are one of the best-positioned teams to make a run at Bell with around $100 million in salary cap space. Bell reportedly turned down the Steelers five-year, $70 million offer last summer that included $33 million in guarantees. The Colts, Jets, Buccaneers, Eagles, Raiders and Dolphins might also be fits for Bell. Despite sitting out all of 2018 to avoid the franchise tag, Bell remains one of the best all-around running backs. His fantasy value will be decided when he picks a team, but there's a good chance he'll come off the board in the first round, especially in PPR leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Daily News - Manish Mehta
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1/30:Los Angeles Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein (foot) was limited in their walkthrough practice on Wednesday. Zuerlein is dealing with a minor injury and had an extra week to heal up, so it'd be a shock if he wasn't active for the Super Bowl against the Patriots. Legatron has one of the strongest kicking legs in the NFL and was one of the best fantasy kickers (when healthy) in 2018. His 57-yarder in overtime helped the Rams beat the Saints in the NFC Championship. In what could be a high-scoring affair this Sunday, Zuerlein could be quite busy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Orange County Register - Rich Hammond
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1/30:Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon, who will make $5.6 million in the final year of his deal in 2019, said he's waiting to see how much Le'Veon Bell gets on the open market this offseason before worrying about his own contract extension with the Bolts. Both parties have interest in agreeing to a new contract this offseason, but Gordon isn't in a rush. By waiting, Gordon's next deal could be greater than that of both Todd Gurley and David Johnson, who signed extensions last summer. The 2015 first-round had a career-high 14 total touchdowns in 2018 and is one of the better young running backs in the game in an offense on the rise. He should be in play as a high-end RB1 late in the first round of drafts this fall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Daily Bulletin - Gilbert Manzano
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1/30:New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft expects 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady to stick around for a while even though his contract is set to expire after the 2019 season. “Well, think about it, the last three years we’ve been privileged to go to the Super Bowl with a quarterback in place,” Kraft said. “I would be quite surprised if he didn’t continue for quite a while as our quarterback.” Brady is fully expected to play in 2019, but there are no guarantees he'll go beyond that, although his production hasn't slowed down all that much on the wrong side of 40. He no longer has high-end QB1 upside in fantasy, but Brady remains a serviceable starter until we see otherwise.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Providence Journal - Mark Daniels
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1/30:Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson said that he would like to play for the Los Angeles Rams despite the fact that he's still under contract with Tampa for one more year. "If anything, I would like to kind of end up in L.A., being aread more...
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1/29:The Washington Redskins promoted quarterbacks coach Kevin O'Connell to offensive coordinator on Tuesday and demoted former offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh to senior offensive assistant. Not much will matter if Washington doesn't have a capable quarterback under center in 2019. Alex Smith isn't expected to be available for most of the year, if not all of it, after breaking his leg in gruesome fashion last season. The 'Skins ranked 28th in yards per game (299.7), 28th in passing yards (188.8), 17th in rushing yards (110.9) and 29th in points per game (17.6) in 2018. Expect them to lean heavily on the running game once again with Derrius Guice hopefully healthy in time for the start of the season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
1/29:The Green Bay Packers aren't expected to release tight end Jimmy Graham, according to a source. He is due a $5 million roster bonus on March 15 and the expectation is that the Packers want him back for another season with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. After putting up 10 touchdowns in his final year in Seattle in 2017, Graham really showed his age last season, catching just 55 passes for 636 yards and only two scores in a full season. He's certainly lost a step and is becoming strictly a low-end, touchdown-dependent TE1 that doesn't have much left after the catch.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/29:Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (toe), who had season-ending toe surgery last year, said he will shed his walking boot in around a week. "Next step is I put on a shoe and I start bending it back more and moving it more," Green said. "The biggest thing is it's the offseason and we have time. We don't have to rush anything. The biggest thing is getting range of motion back." Because of the injury, Green had only 46 catches, 694 yards and six touchdowns in 2018. Green has had 1,000-yard seasons in six of his eight seasons in the NFL, and the only two seasons where he didn't achieve that milestone was when he was hurt. He'll be 31 heading into next season and will probably be targeted as more of a No. 2 fantasy wideout because of his injury last year, but he could easily bounce back in an offense that was decimated by injuries last season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Cincinnati Enquirer - Fletcher Page
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1/29:Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook could thrive in 2019 with Gary Kubiak joining the team as an offensive assistant who is expected to implement a zone running scheme. Cook tore his ACL early in his rookie season and missed six games in 2018, so he should surpass his career numbers if he can just stay healthy. On his 207 attempts in his two seasons, Cook has run for 969 yards and caught 51 passes for 395 yards for six total touchdowns. Kubiak's offense will likely give Cook a more defined role in the offense. Quarterback Kirk Cousins should be under center a lot more in 2019 instead of in the shotgun, and Cook did much better with Cousins under center in 2018. A better offensive line and more efficiency out of Cook would also help. Because of his injuries, Cook can probably be had at some point in the second round as a low-end RB1 with potential to outperform his draft slot if he stays healthy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Minneapolis Star Tribune - Ben Goessling
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1/29:Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay is expecting running back Todd Gurley (knee) to play a lot on Super Bowl Sunday against the Patriots. “He’s gonna be a big part of this game," McVay said. It's hard to take McVay for his word after Gurley touched the ball just five times in the NFC Championship win over the Saints, and he hasn't really looked right in two playoff games after missing the last two games of the regular season. But Gurley has also had two extra weeks of rest and he should be able to do more this weekend. Still, he's a sizable DFS risk for his hefty price, especially when C.J. Anderson has been more than adequate since Gurley initially suffered the knee injury.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Boston - Albert Breer
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1/28:New England Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon, who was suspended indefinitely for more failed diluted drug-test samples, is currently receiving treatment at an inpatient facility in Florida, according to a source with knowledge of Gordon's situation. The Patriots are paying for Gordon's treatment and a return to New England is still possible. The talented yet controversial receiver caught 40 passes for 720 yards and three touchdowns in 11 games for the Pats in 2018. He has WR2 upside when healthy in New England, but he's been suspended multiple times by the NFL for violating the substance-abuse policy and it's anyone's guess when he might be reinstated. Gordon will probably continue to be a late-round flier solely because of his upside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NESN.com - Doug Kyed
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1/28:The Pittsburgh Steelers have not given wide receiver Antonio Brown permission to seek a trade yet. While both sides may be heading for a divorce this offseason, both sides have pumped the brakes on a potential split in recent weeks, possibly because of the large dead salary cap hit that Brown would come with if he's traded. It'll be an interesting storyline to follow this spring, but the one thing that remains certain is that Brown is still one of the best wideouts in the NFL no matter what happens. He has six straight seasons of 100-plus catches and 1,000-plus yards.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/27:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said there is a "zero" percent chance that he will retire after the Super Bowl. Brady threw for 4,355 yards (65.8 completion percentage), 29 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in the regular season but looked more his age down the stretch. He has been excellent in the playoffs, however, and will be playing in his third straight Super Bowl next Sunday. Even heading into his age-42 season in 2019, Brady could still play a few more years and be effective. His ceiling obviously isn't as high as it once was, but he can be a serviceable QB1 in 2019.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Darlington
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1/27:The Washington Redskins are planning to be without quarterback Alex Smith (leg) next season, according to sources. The team thinks he'll miss the entire season after suffering a gruesome broken leg last year and are acting accordingly. Smith will turn 35 this May, so it's fair to wonder if he will ever play again. It's not like he was exactly playing that well in his first season in D.C. before his injury, either. With just Josh Johnson and Mark Sanchez on the roster, the team will most certainly be in the mix for a quarterback this offseason, whether it be on the open market or through the draft.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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