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3/11:Free-agent tight end Jesse James (Steelers) has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions, a source said Monday. Financial terms and length of the contract have not yet been disclosed. He posted 30 receptions for a career-high 423 yards and 14.1 yards per reception in 2018, and he has scored a total of nine touchdowns over his 56-game, four-year career, all with Pittsburgh. James gives the Lions a much-needed shot in the arm at tight end, as they struggled to replace Eric Ebron last season. It wouldn't be surprising to see James post career highs across the board, but he is still more of a TE2 for fantasy purposes until further notice.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Mike Garafolo
3/11:The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with free-agent safety Kenny Vaccaro (Titans) on a four-year deal worth $26 million, a source said Monday. The deal will have at least $11.5 million in guarantees. He signed a one-year 'prove-it' deal, and did he ever, posting 58 combined tackles with two sacks, an interception and four passes defensed over 13 games. With the signing of Vaccaro, the team is expected to release safety Johnathan Cyprien when Vaccaro's four-year pact is finalized. The Titans ranked sixth in the NFL against the pass last season, allowing just 216.9 yards per game through the air. Tennessee's DST will again be a decent low-end No. 1 option in most fantasy leagues in 2019.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Buffalo Bills and free-agent running back Frank Gore (Dolphins) have agreed on a one-year deal worth $2 million, a source said Monday. Gore showed he still has plenty left in the tank, even in his mid-30's, registering 722 rushing yards in 14 games in Miami last season. While he failed to score a rushing touchdown for the first season of his career. Gore averaged 4.6 yards per tote which was his best mark since 2012 when he was a member of the San Francisco 49ers. He isn't a bellcow any longer, but more of a complementary piece to LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory. It's an aging backfield, and not exactly a durable one. Gore should go for maybe 500 yards on the ground, making him a late-round target and handcuff for Shady owners in 2019.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms with free-agent quarterback Nick Foles on a four-year contract worth $88 million. It's uncertain how much of that is guaranteed money at this point. With Foles on the way to Northeast Florida, the team is expected to release QB Blake Bortles as soon as the signing of Foles is made official. Foles was the Super Bowl MVP in the Eagles' victory in Feb. 2018, and he saved their season in 2019 once Carson Wentz (back) went down to injury last season. The receiver corps isn't tremendous in Jacksonville, but Dede Westbrook and Donte Moncrief aren't awful. The team is likely to add more weapons either in free agency or via the draft.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms with free-agent tight end Tyler Kroft (Bengals) on a three-year deal worth $18.75 million, a source said Monday. The entire deal could be worth a total of $21 million. Kroft had his 2018 campaign cut short by a broken bone in his foot, but he should be ready for training camp and the preseason and he is expected to challenge for the starting job after Charles Clay was released and the team did not re-sign Logan Thomas. He posted 42 receptions for 404 yards and seven touchdowns in 2017 with the Bengals, his best season as a pro. At this point he is a low-end TE2, but keep an eye on him and see how he jells with Josh Allen in the preseason. Kroft could be a nice fantasy sleeper in deeper leagues.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: The Buffalo News - Jay Skurski
3/11:The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Adam Humphries (Buccaneers) on Monday. Financial terms of the deal are undisclosed, but it was believed Humphries was looking for a deal in the $8-10 million range per season. He emerged as a tremendous slot receiver in 2018, posting career highs across the board with 76 receptions, 816 yards and five touchdowns after posting four total scores in 44 games across his first three NFL seasons. He'll have the entire summer to jell with new QB Marcus Mariota, and he could be a tremendous fantasy option in PPR leagues in his new home.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Tom Pelissero
3/11:The Arizona Cardinals are expected to sign free-agent linebacker Terrell Suggs (Ravens), according to a source. The terms of the deal are not yet known. Suggs starred at Arizona State from 2000-02 before being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens with the 10th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. His addition will bolster a Cardinals pass rush in need of help, and give them a decent run stopper, too. Arizona ranked dead-last in the NFL against the run, allowing 154.9 yards per game with 25 rushing touchdowns allowed in 16 games. They also gave up 21 runs of 20 or more yards. The Cards DST is still a risky fantasy play in 2019, but they could be adding a big piece with the No. 1 overall pick, too.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Chicago Bears agreed to terms with free-agent cornerback Buster Skrine (Jets) on a three-year contract worth $16.5 million with $8.5 million guaranteed, sources said on Monday. The addition of Skrine likely spells the end for Bryce Callahan in the Windy City. Skrine registered 58 total stops in 2018 with New York while posting a half-sack, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and seven passes defensed. He has been a steady presence in the secondary for the past seven seasons should becoming a starter with Cleveland in 2012. Skrine is durable, too, missing just five total games in his eight-year career. His addition makes an already strong Chicago defense better. They'll be a top DST in fantasy football in 2019.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Chicago Bears and free-agent running back Mike Davis (Seahawks) have agreed upon a two-year contract worth $6 million, a source said Monday. The deal has a max value of $7 million. Davis had his most productive season in 2018, rambling for a career-high 514 rushing yards on 112 totes, averaging 4.6 yards per carry with four touchdowns. He also had 34 grabs for 214 yards and his first NFL scoring reception. If he can stay healthy, he has a chance to make some noise in the Windy City, but his role depends on what the team does with Jordan Howard, and if they elect to add a body in the NFL Draft.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Kansas City Chiefs agreed to terms with free-agent safety Tyrann Mathieu (Texans) on a three-year, $42 million contract, a source said Monday. The Chiefs landed their top target off of the free-agent market. The Honey Badger gives the Chiefs some help against the pass, an area they were sorely lacking in 2018. Kansas City ranked a dismal 31st against the pass, allowing 273.4 yards per game through the air with 30 passing touchdowns and 65 pass plays of 20 or more yards. If the Chiefs are going to be a legit championship contender they need to be better on defense. Mathieu's addition is a start, but the Chiefs DST is still a shaky fantasy option.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The New York Jets have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Josh Bellamy (Bears) on Monday. The deal is expected to be for two years at $7 million max, with $2.75 million fully guaranteed at signing. The deal comes on the heels of a large add, when they agreed to terms with free-agent WR Jamison Crowder (Redskins) on a three-year, $28.5 million deal with $17 million in fully guaranteed salary. Crowder is a tremendous slot asset, and he can be a great help to fantasy owners in PPR formats when he is healthy. The former Duke standout averaged 64 grabs and 746.7 yards over his first three seasons in D.C. before being limited to just seven games in 2018 due to an ankle injury. Assuming he is healthy, he is a great get for the Jets and QB Sam Darnold.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
3/11:The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded wide receiver DeSean Jackson and a seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Monday to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2019. Jackson has agreed to restructure his deal and he will receive $13 million guaranteed for the upcoming season. D-Jax slipped to 41 grabs for 774 yards with four touchdowns in 2018, although he averaged 18.9 yards per catch which was his highest since 2014. He had three 1,000-yard seasons as a member of the Eagles from 2008-13, and he wanted out of Tampa Bay bad. Perhaps the move back to his comfort zone will get him back into that 50-55 grab, 1,000-yard and five or six touchdown range in 2019. Draft him as a WR4 with some upside, even at 32 years of age.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Chris Mortensen
3/11:Free-agent CB Kareem Jackson (Texans) has agreed on a three-year, $33 million deal with the Denver Broncos, a source said Monday. The contract calls for $23 million in guaranteed money. The Broncos moved quick to shore up their secondary, as they ranked 20th against the pass last season with 245.6 yards per game allowed while giving up 56 pass plays of 20 or more yards. Jackson will help, as he was an absolute beast on the back end for Houston in 2018. He posted a career-high 87 combined tackles, a sack, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, two interceptions and a season-high 17 passes defensed. He'll be 31 in April, so that's a lot of money to tie up with a guy presumably headed for the back nine of his career, but he proved at 30 that he is still rather productive and Denver can use all the help they can get to help out its run D.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
3/11:The New York Jets and free-agent linebacker Anthony Barr (Vikings) agreed to terms on an undisclosed deal on Monday. Barr recorded 55 combined tackles with three sacks and two passes defensed across 13 games for the Vikings last season. He made a total of 338 stops during his first five years in the league with Minnesota, emerging as a solid fantasy option for those in formats using individual defensive players (IDPs). The Jets needed to bolster their defense, and they might not be done, as they are also pursuing free-agent linebacker C.J. Mosley (Ravens).--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: TheMMQB.com - Albert Breer
3/11:The Oakland Raiders agreed to terms with free-agent safety Lamarcus Joyner (Rams) on a four-year deal on Monday, according to a source. Financial terms of the deal were undisclosed. The Raiders needed some back-end help on defense, and Joyner is a good one. He was a beast last season, amassing 78 combined tackles with a sack, a fumble recovery, an interception and three passes defensed. He turned a career-high in tackles into a nice pay day after spending five seasons with the Rams. Joyner is a solid defensive back for those using individual defensive players (IDPs), although the Raiders defense remains one of the lower-echelon fantasy defenses barring more additions.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
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