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2/24:The Cincinnati Bengals' running situation isn't in the best shape heading into the draft, which means they could be tempted to take a running back with the ninth overall pick. Giovani Bernard is recovering from a torn ACL, Jeremy Hill was underwhelming in 2016 and Rex Burkhead and Cedric Peerman are free agents. Leonard Fournette and Dalvin Cook are considered the best rushing prospects in the draft, and they both could go in the top-10 picks. Bernard should be a big part of the passing game ifread more...
2/24:Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian is unlikely to practice in full until training camp later this summer after recovering from shoulder surgery. Siemian surpassed expectations as Denver's starter in 2016, throwing for 3,401 yards (59.5 completion percentage) with 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 14 games. The Broncos' brass remains high on him, but he's coming off an injury and the team is also very excited about the future of 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch. The two will enter into a competition for a starting job this summer, unless the Broncos decide toread more...
2/24:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who had season-ending back surgery last December, said he "no doubt" will be ready for the 2017 season. He played in just eight games in 2016, catching 25 passes for 540 yards and three scores. Even though he's had eight (that's right, eight!) surgeries in his career by age 27, Gronkowski has no plans to consider retirement. Gronk has now had three back surgeries, with his previous one coming in 2013. The star tight end has played in only two full seasons, and those were his first two yearsread more...
2/24:Jacksonville Jaguars executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin didn't fully commit to quarterback Blake Bortles as the team's starter in 2017, but he also didn't give any clear indication the Jags were moving away from him. Coughlin said Bortles has plenty of work to do, especially with turnovers. Bortles, 25 in April, was one of the biggest QB flops of 2016. He threw for 3,905 yards with 23 touchdowns and 16 interceptions after going over 4,000 yards and tossing 35 touchdowns in 2015. All is not yet lost for the young QB, but he'llread more...
2/24:The New York Jets may ask wide receiver Eric Decker to take a pay cut this offseason, and if he refuses, releasing him outright is another option in order to save more money against the salary cap. Decker, who'll be 30 next month, played in only three games in 2016 due to shoulder and hip injuries and is unlikely to participate in spring workouts. He's due a $7.25 million salary in 2017 with a cap number of $8.75 million. Cutting him would clear $5.75 million in cap space. Despite the down year in 2016, Decker putread more...
2/24:Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson (Achilles) posted a video on social media Friday showing him running drills at the team's complex. The 22nd overall pick of last year's draft, Doctson wasn't expected to make much of an impact in his rookie year with both DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon still in the picture. Still, Doctson disappointed because of a serious Achilles injury and played in only two games, hauling in just two passes for 66 yards. The 24-year-old needs to make big strides this offseason, especially with his health,read more...
2/24:The Kansas City Chiefs signed free-agent running back C.J. Spiller Friday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The 2010 first-round pick of the Bills had one 1,000-yard season but has been a bust ever since and bounced around between the Jets and Seahawks in 2016, running a combined six times for 18 yards. He'll hope to earn some sort of pass-catching role in KC, but he shouldn't be on anyone's fantasy radar heading into fall drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Kansas City Star - Terez A. Paylor
2/23:The New York Giants are planning on being aggressive in bringing impending free-agent defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul back. JPP may demand a big deal like defensive tackle Olivier Vernon, though. Pierre-Paul was having a solid season with seven sacks until he suffered a season-ending injury and missed the final four games. He's still under 30 (28) and is two seasons removed from a 12.5-sack season, although things have changed tremendously since then when he almost ended his career in a freak fireworks accident. The G-Men are much better off on the defensive line with Pierre-Paul in the mix, andread more...
2/23:Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said the team is still deciding what to do with running back Adrian Peterson. The future Hall of Fame running back almost assuredly won't be back in Minnesota at his current salary, so either he'll need to take a substantial pay cut or be released and test the open market. Both sides seem to be planning for a breakup. The soon-to-be 32-year-old has missed 28 games in the last three years and averaged a paltry 1.9 yards per carry in his 37 attempts in 2016. Moving on would be theread more...
2/23:There remains no timeline for the potential return of Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee), according to general manager Rick Spielman. There is no guarantee that Bridgewater will continue his career. Even if Bridgewater rebounds and is able to play in 2017, Sam Bradford will be under center after his impressive 2016 campaign. Bridgewater has quickly fallen off the fantasy radar unfortunately.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: USA TODAY Sports - Tom Pelissero
2/23:Free-agent quarterback Josh McCown said "four or five teams" have already reached out to him in free agency. McCown was released by the Browns two weeks ago but is optimistic he'll get another chance with a new team. If he's to serve as a backup, he wants to go to a team that can win and has a quarterback he'd like to mentor. The 37-year-old journeyman is highly unlikely to land a job where he'll compete as the starter, especially since he's never played a full season in his career and played parts of just 13read more...
2/23:Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill's left knee is healed, and he will be ready to participate in the team's entire offseason program. Surgery was not needed. The quarterback passed a battery of tests weeks ago, and he won't be any more susceptible to a future ACL tear. Tannehill will play the 2017 season with a brace on his knee, but his mobility is not expected to be affected. Despite missing the last three games of 2016 with his knee injury, Tannehill improved considerably under new head coach Adam Gase, and more improvement could likely be headedread more...
2/23:The Detroit Lions could overhaul their tight end position this offseason, meaning current starter Eric Ebron could face stiff competition. Detroit must also decide if they'll pick up Ebron's fifth-year option for the 2018 season. The biggest move the Lions could make would be to spend big on New England Patriots impending free-agent tight end Martellus Bennett. Bennett has scored three or more touchdowns every year since 2012 and has played a full season four of the last five years. Either way you look at it, the Lions don't seem impressed with whatread more...
2/23:Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is still considering whether he wants to play another season in the league if he's left without an attractive home this offseason. However, he's been working out getting ready for the 2017 season, and his recovery from labrum surgery is going well. Not only is Cutler injury-prone (hasn't played a full season since 2009), he's also extremely inconsistent under center and turnover-prone. He won't be back in Chicago this year, and it's anyone's guess as to where he'll land. Having to learn a new offense with new teammates will be anread more...
2/22:The Baltimore Ravens may hesitate to pay tight end Dennis Pitta his $5.5 million in 2017, according to sources. Pitta posted a career-high 86 catches for 729 yards and two touchdowns in 2016, but the Ravens are bursting at the seams with capable tight ends, so the veteran could be expendable. There's also the fact that Pitta has been very injury-prone -- he played in just seven games in 2013 and 2014 combined and missed all of 2015 with a career-threatening injury. Hitting the open market may be the best thing for the 31-year-old's fantasy valueread more...
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