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4/20:Dallas Cowboys tight end James Hanna was placed on the reserved/retired list. He's dealt with a chronic knee condition over the past couple of seasons, and apparently has decided to call it quits. He was a key run blocker for the Cowboys when healthy, working alongside Jason Witten in many two-tight end sets. Hanna's contract runs through 2018, but we've probably seen the last of him on an NFL field.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Todd Archer on Twitter
4/19:Seattle Seahawks general manager Jon Schneider said he was told by safety Earl Thomas' representatives that their client won't hold out this year even if he doesn't receive a new deal. Thomas is entering his age-29 season, and it's still not a guarantee that he'll be with Seattle this year, as he's been the subject of trade speculation frequently. However, when he's healthy and on the field, he's still one of the best safeties in the NFL. The Seahawks could use Thomas at his best in 2018 now that star cornerback Richard Sherman is playing in San Francisco.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Seattle Times - Bob Condotta
4/19:Former Indianapolis Colts pass rusher Dwight Freeney is expected to sign a contract with the team and immediately retire, per Mike Wells of ESPN. Colts fans should have many fond memories of Freeney, as he spent the first 11 years of his career in Indianapolis and eventually formed one of the best pass-rushing tandems in the entire NFL alongside Robert Mathis. After accumulating 107.5 sacks in his career with the Colts, Freeney would go on to play for the Chargers, Arizona, Atlanta, Detroit and Seattle en route to 125.5 career sacks (tied for 17th in NFL history). With the Colts eyeing pass rusher Bradley Chubb in the 2018 NFL draft, one can only hope that the team can find another player to make as much of an impact on the line as Freeney.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Mike Wells
4/19:Denver Broncos general manager John Elway said he's not worried about Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield's size. "He's overcome the size issue," Elway said. The Broncos recently had Mayfield in for a visit and were able to coach him during the Senior Bowl. All indications suggest they like him, and even though the Broncos are shopping the No. 5 overall pick in the draft, they could certainly select him fifth overall if he's still available. Depending on where Mayfield lands, he could be a redraft option in deeper leagues, but in Denver he'd likely sit and learn behind Case Keenum in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: 9News - Mike Klis
4/19:Denver Broncos general manager John Elway said the team hasn't decided whether they will pick up linebacker Shane Ray's fifth-year option. Ray is coming off a disappointing season in which he recorded just 16 tackles and one sack in eight games due to injury. He was coming off a career-high eight sacks in his sophomore season in 2016, and the Broncos need him healthy and effective in 2018 across from Von Miller.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: 9News - Mike Klis
4/19:Denver Broncos general manager John Elway said that the team's fifth overall pick in the draft is for sale. There had been talk that the Broncos would consider moving back in the first round if their top quarterback prospect was gone by the time their fifth pick was up, and now it's official. Denver might also be looking for a running back early after releasing C.J. Anderson, but Penn State running back Saquon Barkley isn't expected to make it past the Giants at No. 2. With Case Keenum under center in 2018, the Broncos may be content waiting a little longer for a future signal caller. There could be a lot of value in trading back this year with so many teams desperate for a franchise QB. The Bills, Cardinals and Patriots could be potential trade partners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
4/19:According to Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey, the team is still considering Penn State running back Saquon Barkley with the first overall pick in the draft. Dorsey replied, "Why wouldn't I?" when a reporter asked him whether he would consider Barkley with the first overall pick in the draft. Most speculation around the league and among fans has the Browns using the first overall pick on one of the top four quarterbacks in the draft. That is still likely to happen, but Dorsey would be foolish to admit he isn't considering Barkley at No. 1 overall in case another team gets desperate and wants to trade to move up. The smart money would still be on the Browns taking a quarterback first overall on April 26.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
4/19:The New York Giants are releasing wide receiver Brandon Marshall on Thursday, according to a source. This isn't a big surprise after the colorful receiver had just 18 catches for 154 yards and no touchdowns in five games in his only season with the Giants before suffering a season-ending ankle injury. The 34-year-old has declined in recent years and is two years removed from his last 1,000-yard season. Marshall still has size and experience, but he'll be more of a role player wherever he lands next. The removal of Marshall from the roster could be New York's first steps towards a possible signing of free-agent wideout Dez Bryant, who was released by the Cowboys next week.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Washington Post - Kimberley A. Martin
4/19:Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen, who has added muscle this offseason and is up to 190 pounds, has trained his focus on becoming more polished as a receiver. New head coach Matt Nagy, who helped Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill become a 1,000-yard manread more...
4/19:Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and wide receiver DeSean Jackson have been working on improving the chemistry of their deep ball this offseason after head coach Dirk Koetter made it a point to highlight all the times Winston and Jackson failed to hookread more...
4/19:As the 2018 NFL draft draws near, add former Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage to the list of those who believe the Browns will select quarterback Josh Allen with the first overall pick. Savage, who is now the director of the Senior Bowl, stated in a radio interview, “Ifread more...
4/19:The belief is that three quarterbacks will be selected within the first five picks of this year's draft, which means one quarterback of USC's Sam Darnold, Wyoming's Josh Allen, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and UCLA's Josh Rosen could slide down in the first round. Rosen is believed to be the second best overall prospect at his position behind Darnold, but Rosen may be the one to fall a bit. There have been durability concerns and questions around his intangibles as a leader under center. Rosen missed half of his sophomore season with a shoulder injury and had two concussions in 2017. If Rosen does fall, the Bills (pick No. 12) could be an option to trade up for him, as they currently have A.J. McCarron as their starter entering the 2018 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks
4/19:From what ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay is hearing, the New York Jets may prefer Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield at No. 3 overall over UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen. Mayfield impressed the Jets in the pre-draft process and quited any concerns about his off-field issues with his 2017 arrest. General manager Mike Maccagnan has reportedly warmed to the idea of Mayfield over the last few months, too, and the only hangup is that he's barely over six-foot tall. The Jets love Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen's arm and athleticism, but they have concerns about his accuracy, so they could prefer USC QB Sam Darnold over Allen at No. 3. The bottom line is we really don't know until the names are called in the first round. Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater are currently on roster, but it's basically a lock that the Jets will select their signal caller of the future with their first pick, and whoever that is could be starting early in the 2018 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Rich Cimini
4/19:Free-agent wide receiver Brandon Coleman is re-signing with the Saints, according to a source informed of the situation. Coleman has recorded 79 catches for 1,099 yards and eight touchdowns in his four seasons with the Saints, but he had just 23 receptions (a career low) for 364 yards and three touchdowns in a full season in 2017. With Michael Thomas, Ted Ginn and Cameron Role ahead of him on the depth chart, Coleman is unlikely to carve out consistent fantasy value unless an injury happens ahead of him.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Lakisha Jackson
4/19:The Miami Dolphins are likely to pick up wide receiver DeVante Parker's fifth-year option, which is expected to be for around $9.5 million. It would be guaranteed for Parker only in the event of injury. Parker has been a disappointment in his three years with the Dolphins, and he caught 57 passes for 670 yards (career-low 11.8 yards per catch) and only one score in 2017 in 13 games. While he should have more opportunities in 2018 with Jarvis Landry no longer around, fantasy owners aren't really counting on Parker at this point. He's more of a WR3 option.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Palm Beach Post - Joe Schad
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