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Redskins and Cousins still talking long term deal
QB accepted franchise tag in March
By: Jake Gordon | May 16 2016, 3:00 pm

Washington Redskins
General manager Scot McCloughan has remained confident that the team will be able to work out a deal before then, but even if they don’t, he is optimistic it will happen eventually. “We’re still talking,” McCloughan said on Monday at Ryan Kerrigan’s Leukemia Golf Classic. “Saw him this morning, still talking. It’s a positive situation. As you guys are well aware, we want him back, he wants to be here, we just got to work out a deal. “It’s a big contract. It’s a position that’s very important to us and he wants to be in an organization he feels very passionate about. If it’s not July 15, don’t worry, we’ll figure it out.” (Washington Times)

FFToday's Take: For anyone who didn't notice, Kirk Cousins threw for over 4100 yards in 2015 and had a combined 34 touchdowns against only 11 interceptions. He achieved those marks by notching a completion percentage just a tick under 70-percent. The real question for fantasy owners and GM Scot McCloughan is whether Cousins can sustain or even build off his excellent 2015 campaign or will he regress to being a league average signal caller.
Injury Amendola recovering from off-season surgeries
Wide receiver's recovery timeline isn't yet clear
By: Jake Gordon | May 16 2016, 1:00 pm

New England Patriots
Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering from a pair of offseason surgeries that may impact the start of his 2016 season. Amendola underwent surgery to repair the left knee that gave him considerable trouble late last season, and he also had to remove a bone spur in his ankle, according to a source. Both surgeries occurred early this offseason. The timeline is still a concern because it’s far too early to know when Amendola will return at full strength, and the Patriots will not rush him back to the field until he is ready. (Boston Herald)

FFToday's Take: After Julian Edelman the list of receivers on the Patriots roster is full of unknowns. Danny Amendola hasn't been able to stay healthy for a full slate of games since 2010 but he has the skill set to be a useful fantasy contributor with New England if he can shed those worries by the time training camp opens and separate himself from lesser known commodities.
Injury Melvin Gordon still recovering from knee surgery
Microfracture surgery
By: Mike Krueger | May 10 2016, 8:00 am

San Diego Chargers
The Chargers running back participated in on-field drills Monday. Afterward, he acknowledged he is not yet 100 percent, still working back from a January knee procedure. Sources said that Melvin Gordon underwent microfracture surgery and was given a recovery timetable of four to six months. (San Diego Union Tribune)

FFToday's Take: The 4-6 month timetable should allow him to compete fully in training camp and with the Chargers not addressing the running back position in free agency or the draft, it's safe to say they are comfortable with Gordon being ready for the regular season. Gordon, Danny Woodhead and Branden Oliver are scheduled to be the top three RBs on the depth chart.
Justin Hunter could be odd man out
Projecting the Titans WR group
By: Mike Krueger | May 9 2016, 8:45 am

Tennessee Titans
So if Tajae Sharpe - who caught 111 passes last season for Massachusetts - looks good, it could mean trouble for Justin Hunter. The former second-round pick missed almost half of last year and hasn’t caught as many as 30 passes in three years. (The Tennessean)

FFToday's Take: The Titans drafted the rookie Sharpe in the 5th round and assuming Rishard Matthews, Kendall Wright, Dorial Green-Beckham and Harry Douglas have roster spots locked up, Hunter could be on the outside looking in. While showing unique athleticism, Hunter has yet to crack 500 receiving yards in any of his three seasons.
Sam Bradford expected to report today
OTAs begin next week
By: Mike Krueger | May 9 2016, 8:00 am

Philadelphia Eagles
Connor Barwin told 94.1 WIP in Philly he received a text from Bradford saying the quarterback will report for Eagles voluntary workouts today, per Howard Eskin. "He'll be here today. I talked to him. He'll be here this week -- he'll be here today," Barwin said. "I feel like I'm the Sam Bradford like news -- reporting for Sam. But yeah, he'll be here today." (

FFToday's Take: Bradford's "holdout" will end prior to the Eagles OTAs which begin next week. He reportedly demanded a trade when the team traded in up in the draft to select QB Carson Wentz. Perhaps Bradford has come to his senses and realizes that doing the best he can for the Eagles in 2016 is the correct path.
Redskins, Jordan Reed agree on extension
5-years, 22 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | May 5 2016, 9:23 am

Washington Redskins
Redskins TE Jordan Reed is signing a 5-year, $50 million extension, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Reed's battled injury concerns during his three-year career but remains a difference maker at the position when healthy. He finished 5th in fantasy points (standard scoring) among tight ends last season despite missing two games. He'll be a high-end TE1 in redraft leagues.
NFL Draft Murray to still carry the load for Titans
Head coach calls RB after Derrick Henry pick
By: Mike Krueger | May 2 2016, 8:30 am

Tennessee Titans
“You know, I talked with DeMarco Murray not long after we made the pick,” Mularkey said, assuring the running back that he remained among the team’s prized offseason acquisitions, and that he’d be heavily involved in the team’s game plan each week. “I told DeMarco, look, nothing has changed since we made the trade for you,” he said. “You’re still the guy that’s going to carry the load for us. When you need to take a break and come off the field there will be no letdown from the next one that comes in, whoever that is. (The Tennessean)

FFToday's Take: The Titans have struggled to find a running game in recent years with Bishop Sankey and David Cobb both failing to make an impact. Taking the coach at his word it sounds like rookie Derrick Henry will be in a clear backup role and Murray is at least playing nice with his comments. Henry should be viewed a handcuff to Murray.
Eagles not shopping Bradford
Broncos mulling other options at QB
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 28 2016, 8:35 am

Philadelphia Eagles
Denver does not expect Philadelphia to trade Sam Bradford to Broncos or to any team, per sources. Broncos now mulling other QB options. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Bradford's request for a trade from the Eagles seems to be falling on deaf ears... as it should. It appears Bradford will be a bridge to rookie Carson Wentz, assuming Wentz is taken by the Eagles at No.2 in tonight's draft.
NFL Draft Mulitple teams interested in moving up for Elliott
Browns fielding offers for No.8 pick
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 27 2016, 9:50 am

Trade spot to watch: Browns at No. 8. They've been having discussions with teams behind them who would want to come up for Ezekiel Elliott. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The Dolphins (pick No.13), Bears (pick No.11) and the Giants (pick No.10) have all been rumored to be interested in the Ohio State running back. Tabbed as a "more explosive Doug Martin" by FFToday's Doug Orth, Elliott is a complete back that should have an immediate fantasy impact in 2016 no matter where he lands on draft day.
Injury No timeline for Rawls, Jimmy Graham return
Seahawks key players rehabbing significant injuries
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 26 2016, 8:00 pm

Seattle Seahawks
The recoveries from season-ending injuries for Seahawks players Thomas Rawls and Jimmy Graham have gone as planned but it remains too early to establish a set timeline for their return, coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday. “Everything’s going well, yeah,” Carroll said during the team’s annual pre-draft press conference. “Everything’s really in good shape. It’s just when they push to get back we are going to have to see what the timeline is, you know, so we can tell. It’s going good.” (Seattle Times)

FFToday's Take: Rawls is coming off a broken ankle in mid-December while Graham suffered a torn patellar tendon in late November. Rawls is more likely to be ready for Week 1 as his injury requires a shorter rehab time. Expect both players to be limited in OTAs, minicamp and training camp.
Brady's 4-game suspension reinstated by court
Federal appeals court overturns ruling
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 25 2016, 11:46 am

New England Patriots
A federal appeals court has ruled that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game Deflategate suspension imposed by the NFL, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the players union. The appeals ruling follows a September decision by Manhattan Judge Richard Berman that went against the league, letting Brady skip the suspension. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Patriots first four games are against Arizona, Miami, Houston and Buffalo. Expect Jimmy Garoppolo to get the start in those four games and for Brady to return to action Week 5 against the Browns.
Sam Bradford wants out of Philadelphia
Won't show up for off-season program
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 25 2016, 11:15 am

Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles have been informed Sam Bradford wants to be traded and he will not be showing up for their off-season program any longer, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Bradford just received a two-year deal for $24 million guaranteed ($36 potential) but now feels threatened by a rookie quarterback and wants to be traded. Geez. The Eagles have stated publically that Bradford will remain the starter in 2016 as they give Wentz a year to acclimate himself to the league.
NFL Draft Bears, Dolphins, Cowboys interested in Elliott
Bears, Dolphins kicked the tires on free agent RBs
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 22 2016, 9:10 pm

Chicgao Bears
Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott, the best running back in the draft, could be there at No. 11 for Chicago. Elliott is squarely on the Bears’ radar. He visited Halas Hall earlier this week and has said in several interviews that he’d love to play for the Bears because of running backs coach Stan Drayton, who recruited him to Ohio State and coached him. (Chicago Sun Times)

FFToday's Take: Other reports suggest the Dolphins and Cowboys also have interest in the projected No.1 running back in this year's draft class and it wouldn't be a shock to see the Dolphins trade up from pick No.13 ahead of the Bears to take him if the Cowboys decide to go in a different direction with the fourth pick. Elliott is a three-down back and should have an immediate fantasy impact in 2016.
Redskins land CB Josh Norman
$50 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 22 2016, 9:00 pm

Washington Redskins
All-Pro cornerback Josh Norman and the Washington Redskins have agreed to a five-year deal that could be worth as much as $75 million, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday. The contract will include a guaranteed $50 million, according to the NFL Network, the most ever paid to a cornerback. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Norman's agent confirmed the deal without giving specific contract details. The surprise release of Norman by the Panthers on Wednesday caused quite the stir across the league. The Panthers cited an inability to come to terms on a long-term deal as the reason for the release. Norman fills a glaring need for a team that allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to wide receivers in 2015.
NFL Draft Eagles grab No.2 pick from Browns
Will quarterbacks go 1-2 in this year's draft?
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 20 2016, 1:44 pm

Cleveland Browns
Eagles have agreed to a trade with the Cleveland Browns to acquire the second-overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Eagles get: 2016 1st RD (#2), 2017 4th RD. Browns get: 2016 1st RD (#8), 2016 3rd RD (#77), 2016 4th RD (#100), 2017 1st RD, 2018 2nd RD. (Eagles on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: It's a big haul for the Browns and a steep price to pay for the Eagles who presumably will take QB Carson Wentz, assuming the Rams take Jared Goff at No.1. The Eagles signed Chase Daniel this off-season and re-signed Sam Bradford giving him $26 million guaranteed over two years.
Broncos re-sign Ronnie Hillman
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 18 2016, 5:00 pm

Denver Broncos
Unable to generate much interest in the free-agent market, Ronnie Hillman returned to the Broncos after reaching a 1-year agreement on Monday. Hillman was a 12-game starter and the Broncos’ leading rusher last season. He was the Broncos’ 1A running back while C.J. Anderson was 1B. (9 News in Denver)

FFToday's Take: Even though Hillman "got the start" in numerous games last season the Broncos used a two-man committee approach with C.J. Anderson splitting time with Hillman in the backfield. It appears Anderson is now the flavor of the month in the Broncos backfield as he received a four-year deal while Hillman's one-year deal is worth significantly less money. Fantasy owners should favor Anderson at this point in time.
Cowboys interested in Hoyer?
At the right price
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 18 2016, 4:20 pm

Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys have only two backup quarterbacks on their roster, and Kellen Moore and Jameill Showers have a combined three games of experience. They could have interest in Brian Hoyer “at the right price,” according to a source. (Dallas Morning News)

FFToday's Take: With Tony Romo battling shoulder injuries the last few seasons its wise for the Cowboys to have a veteran backup. However, Hoyer, who was released by Texans over the weekend, might opt for a team were he'd have a chance to compete for a starting job. The Jets are rumored to be interested in Hoyer also as they have yet to re-sign Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Injury Jamaal Charles expected to miss OTAs
Should be ready for training camp
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 18 2016, 4:00 pm

Kansas City Chiefs
“Hopefully, I can be cutting coming up soon,” said Jamaal Charles, whose career 5.7-yard average per carry is the best for any running back since the AFL/NFL merger. He expects to be ready to roll for the start of training camp in July, but probably won’t be cleared for contact during organized team activities later this spring. “That’s too fast to do something only five months out of surgery,” Charles said. Instead, he’ll work on mental reps, rehabbing the knee and gaining upper-body strength. (Kansas City Star)

FFToday's Take: Charles is rehabbing from an ACL injury suffered October 13th against the Bears and said he hopes to begin cutting soon. While he's expected to miss OTAs he should be ready to roll coming training camp in July. The Chiefs have signed Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware to contract extensions.
Percy Harvin calling it quits
Retirement for the 27 year-old receiver
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 14 2016, 6:03 pm

Buffalo Bills
Wide receiver Percy Harvin has told the Buffalo Bills that he's retiring, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Thursday. Harvin, 27, had played for three teams since the start of the 2014 season and has seen his production dip since posting career highs in catches (87) and receiving yards (967) for the Minnesota Vikings in 2011. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Since last October, Harvin's been on the fence about playing football. At the time, he was considering retirement due to a number of injuries including knee and hip ailments. The Bills voided the final two years of his deal making him a free agent. While Buffalo reportedly were open to bringing the 27-year old receiver back, it appears Harvin has chosen to end his career.
NFL Draft Rams acquire No.1 pick from Titans
Rams in position to get their QB of choice
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 14 2016, 10:34 am

Los Angeles Rams
The Tennessee Titans have traded the No. 1 pick in the draft to the Los Angeles Rams in a blockbuster trade. Tennessee will send the top selection along with its fourth- (No. 113) and sixth-round (No. 177) picks this year to the Rams in exchange for Los Angeles' first-round pick (No. 15), two second-round selections (Nos. 43 and 45) and a third-round pick (No. 76) in 2016. The Titans also will get the Rams' first- and third-round picks in 2017. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Titans received a haul of draft picks including two second round picks this year and a first next year. With Case Keenum penciled in as the current "starter" the Rams are now in position to take a quarterback, with Jared Goff or Carson Wentz the likely targets. The NFL Draft is two weeks away.
NFL Draft Goff over Wentz for Cleveland at No.2?
Browns expected to take QB with second pick
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 13 2016, 9:45 am

Cleveland Browns
I believe Jared Goff will be drafted before Carson Wentz, barring a trade of the first-overall pick. And if new Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton gets his way, it will be Goff and not Wentz who that team uses with the second overall selection. (Jason La Confora - CBS Sportslin)

FFToday's Take: La Confora is hearing that many in the Browns organization prefer Goff over Wentz but it's by no means a unanimous call. While the Browns are likely to take a QB with second pick, it sounds like the coaching staff prefers Goff while the scouts in the organization prefer Wentz. With roughly two weeks to go until the NFL Draft we can expect more stories like this that may or may not represent the true feelings of the organization.
Patriots re-sign LeGarrette Blount
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 12 2016, 10:56 am

New England Patriots
LeGarrette Blount re-signed with the Patriots this morning. He's back. (Jeff Howe on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Blount played in 12 games for New England last season averaging 4.3 yards per carry while scoring 7 TDs. He'll be a hit or miss RB3 in fantasy circles with rushing-only value in New England's short-to-intermediate passing attack.
No decision yet on discipline for LeSean McCoy
NFL review is ongoing
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 12 2016, 9:38 am

Buffalo Bills
NFL has reached no decision on potential pending discipline for Bills RB LeSean McCoy, per NFL official. Review is ongoing. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: A report yesterday indicated that McCoy isn't likely to face any discipline from the league for his involvement in a bar fight this past February. No charges are expected to be filed in the case and while the league has handed down suspensions in similar circumstances, it sounds like McCoy has a good chance of avoiding any league punishment.
Josh Gordon's potential reinstatement delayed
NFL wants 60-90 days of no red-flag tests
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 12 2016, 9:21 am

Cleveland Browns
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Josh Gordon’s potential reinstatement will be delayed until the NFL has seen that he can go 60 to 90 days without a red flag drug test. Gordon, who is currently suspended and has been for more than a year, appeared to be close to reinstatement until someone leaked the news yesterday that he has failed another drug test. (ProFootballTalk)

FFToday's Take: So you're telling me there's a chance. Gordon is teetering on his NFL career becoming history. He needs to submit clean, non-diluted samples for over the next three months in order to resume his career. Given his history, the chances of Gordon making a significant contribution in 2016 are shaky at best.
Hightower re-joining Saints backfield
Handcuff material for Ingram owners
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 8 2016, 11:45 am

New Orleans
Running back Tim Hightower is re-signing with the New Orleans Saints, according to a source. The two sides met last week and have agreed to initial terms on a new contract. Hightower played in eight games for New Orleans in 2016, rushing for 375 yards and four touchdowns. He also caught 12 passes for 129 yards. (Times Picayune)

FFToday's Take: Hightower filled in nicely for an injured Mark Ingram allowing the team to let Khiry Robinson move on in free agency. Even though Hightower is closing in on 30 years age, he spent three-plus years out of the league due to a knee injury. He'll be handcuff material for Ingram owners.
Scott Chandler knee surgery, will miss 2016
Could retire
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 2 2016, 12:29 am

Another knee surgery yesterday. This game gives and takes. This surgery will take me out of next season, and probably keep me from playing again. (Alissa Chandler on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Scott Chandler entered the league in 2007 and has spent time with the Chargers, Bills, Cowboys and most recently the Patriots. He worked out for the Colts earlier this off-season but it sounds like his career is over.
Redskins sign TE Vernon Davis
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 31 2016, 12:10 pm

Washington Redskins
The Washington Redskins have agreed to a one-year deal with veteran tight end Vernon Davis, a source told ESPN's John Keim on Thursday. Davis was acquired last November by the Denver Broncos, who gave up a sixth-round pick in April's draft as well as a sixth-round pick in 2017 in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers. He finished last season with 38 receptions for 395 yards between the two teams. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: While Davis has pass-catching ability the Redskins are likely more interested in his blocking ability as Jordan Reed will be featured as a receiving weapon in the offense. Davis' fantasy value is minimal unless he's thrust into a starting role due to a Reed injury.
49ers won't release Kaepernick before deadline
$11.9 million salary becomes guaranteed April 1st
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 31 2016, 9:27 am

San Francisco
April 1 deadline, when Colin Kaepernick's $11.9 million salary becomes guaranteed, is moot. 49ers are not releasing him before then. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Kaepernick trade rumors have been running rampant for weeks now along side reports that the 49ers plan on keeping the 28 year-old quarterback. His 2016 salary becomes guaranteed on Friday and it appears that 49ers have no plans to release him today. The QB needy Broncos have interest in a trade, but want Kaepernick at a reduced salary. Even though he wants out, Kaepernick may be sticking with Chip Kelly in San Francisco in 2016.
Green Bay signs TE Jared Cook
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 28 2016, 10:45 am

Green Bay Packers
The Packers have agreed to terms with eighth-year tight end Jared Cook, who will sign his contract Monday pending a physical, a league source confirmed. Although the Packers offered a two-year deal, the two sides eventually settled on a one-year deal could total $3.65 million with incentives, USA Today reported. (Green Bay Press Gazette)

FFToday's Take: The Rams released Cook this off-season and he reportedly had interest from Atlanta, Chicago and Carolina. He'll play a complimentary role in the offense along with Richard Rodgers. It sounds like the Packers are wanting to feature the tight end more this season down the middle of the field. Even so, Cook's fantasy value will likely be hit or miss given the amount of weapons in the offense. He's on the TE2 radar for redraft leagues.
Browns sign Robert Griffin, two-year deal
Browns could still draft QB with No.2 pick
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 24 2016, 12:45 pm

Cleveland Browns
Robert Griffin III was sold on Cleveland as soon as his meeting with Browns head coach Hue Jackson and associate head coach Pep Hamilton was complete. Griffin, a free agent, made it official Thursday when he signed with the Browns. “I'm excited about the opportunity to join the Dawg Pound and help build something here in Cleveland,” Griffin said. “Coach Hue and Pep, I had a great meeting with them. I really believe in what they preach and how they can help not only me as a player but this team win games and that's what we're all about." (

FFToday's Take: ESPN is reporting this is a two-year deal. There's still a strong possibility the Browns take a quarterback with the No.2 pick. It's likely RGIII could start Week 1 even with a rookie QB in the mix but his fantasy value on a team lacking playmakers will be in the tank. He's nothing more than a QB2 for now.
Eagles add Rueben Randle to receiving corps
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 23 2016, 5:00 pm

Philadelphia Eagles
Rueben Randle is switching teams in the NFC East, as the wide receiver has agreed to a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. Randle had spent his first four NFL seasons with the New York Giants, who selected him in the second round of the 2012 draft out of LSU. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: While inconsistent, Randle finished as a WR3 the last two seasons helped by his 8 touchdowns in 2015 (57-797-8) and respectable yardage total in 2014 (71-938-3). He'll likely be the third receiver in Philadelphia behind Jordan Matthews and Nelson Agholor and as a result, his fantasy value takes a hit. He's on the WR4/5 radar in redraft leagues.
Bears sign TE Josh Hill to offer sheet
Saints have 5 days to match
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 22 2016, 4:30 pm

Chicgao Bears
Bears have signed Saints TE Josh Hill to an offer sheet as a restricted free agent. New Orleans has 5 days to match. (Brad Biggs on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: It's reportedly a three-year deal for the Saints tight end that never lived up to his early pre-season hype in 2015. Since Hill was an undrafted free agent, the Saints will get no draft pick compensation if they choose not to match the offer sheet. The Bears recently resigned Zach Miller as their starting tight end. Hill will be a player to keep an eye on as pre-season practices begin this Summer.
Cowboys sign Alfred Morris
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 22 2016, 10:30 am

Dallas Cowboys
Former Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris will sign a two-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys, his agent confirmed to ESPN. The deal is for two years, worth up to $5.5 million, including $2 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Morris rocketed into the league with a monstrous rookie season in 2012 (1613 yds, 13 TDs) but his production has slipped every year since. His 763 yards and 1 TD last season ranked him 45th among fantasy running backs as he struggled to fit into Jay Gruden's offense. The Cowboys should provide an upgrade to Morris' fantasy stock and he'll compete with Darren McFadden for snaps.
Case Keenum will start for Rams
Foles to be high-priced backup
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 21 2016, 10:39 am

St. Louis Rams
G.M. Les Snead, appearing Monday on NFL Network, said that Case Keenum will be the starting quarterback “at the beginning of the season.” It also creates a potentially awkward situation in the quarterback room, where Keenum will make roughly $3 million in 2016 and backup Nick Foles will make more than $12 million. (ProFootballTalk)

FFToday's Take: Interesting comment from the Rams GM but it's still early in the off-season and much can happen before early September. Foles and perhaps a quarterback drafted in the first round (15th pick) could also be the Week 1 starter. In any case, the starting quarterback for the Rams can be avoided by fantasy owners.
Browns showing interest in RGIII
Former Redskins QB visits Browns Friday and Saturday
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 21 2016, 9:27 am

Cleveland Browns
The Browns remain interested in quarterback Robert Griffin III after meeting with him Friday and Saturday, a source told "We are going through our process,'' Jackson said. "We're going to be very diligent in what we are doing -- trying to make sure that we put the right quarterbacks on our football team and in that quarterback room. And that's one of my biggest responsibilities and also one of our organization's biggest responsibilities." (Cleveland Plain Dealer)

FFToday's Take: The Browns have lost key players this off-season and are shaping up to be the worst team in the league in 2016. Trading for Colin Kaepernick appears to be a secondary option at this point as its rumored the 49ers want a 2nd round pick in return. The Browns desperately need a quarterback upgrade over Josh McCown and Austin Davis.
Green Bay re-signs James Starks
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2016, 10:08 am

Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers and running back James Starks have agreed to terms on a two-year deal worth $6 million, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Starks is back filling the No.2 role in Green Bay's backfield and while Eddie Lacy certainly had his difficulties in 2015, he's still penciled in as the starter. Starks played in all 16 games last season and was an adequate fill-in while lacy battled injury and conditioning issues.
Chris Johnson sticking with Cardinals
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 17 2016, 4:24 pm

Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals agreed to terms on a one-year deal with running back Chris Johnson on Thursday, keeping their Johnson & Johnson backfield intact for another season. Johnson had recently visited the Miami Dolphins but left without a contract. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The veteran Johnson enjoyed a nice season with the Cardinals before fracturing his leg in Week 12. His lack of involvement in the passing game put a damper on his fantasy value and now he'll play second fiddle to the more versatile David Johnson. Chris will be a handcuff to David in 2016.
Martellus Bennett headed to New England
Bears to receive draft pick compensation
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 16 2016, 7:12 pm

Chicgao Bears
Wheeling and dealing continues: Bears are trading TE Martellus Bennett to Patriots for draft-pick compensation, league sources tell ESPN. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Bennett was on the trading block last year but a deal never materialized. The Patriots have made two tight ends fantasy viable in the past so it's not out of the question that Bennett could be option No.3 in the passing game behind Rob Gronkowski and WR Julian Edelman. He'll have TE2 value in redraft leagues with huge upside as injury insurance for Gronkowski. Bennett's departure vaults Bears tight end Zach Miller into low-TE1 value.
Broncos retain C.J. Anderson, match Miami offer
Four-year, $18 million contract
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 15 2016, 4:07 pm

Miami Dolphins
Broncos have informed RB C.J. Anderson they are matching Miami's offer sheet, per source. He stays in Denver. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The Dolphins offered Anderson a four-year, $18 million contract but the Broncos have matched the offer meaning Anderson will stay in Denver. Ronnie Hillman remains a free agent so its unclear if the Broncos want to use Anderson a workhorse type back or as part of a committee. For now, Anderson should be viewed as the No.1 option in the Denver backfield.
Ravens sign WR Mike Wallace, two-year deal
$11.5 million
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 15 2016, 2:20 pm

Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a contract with free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, a source confirmed to ESPN. A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the deal is for two years and is worth $11.5 million. The Ravens are expected to announce the signing Tuesday during a news conference. The deal was reached after Wallace had spent the day visiting the Ravens' facility. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: After finishing as a top-20 fantasy receiver in 2014 with Miami, Wallace fell flat in Minnesota with Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback finishing 75th among fantasy receiver. Moving to the Ravens offense that will take more deep shots should allow Wallace to regain some fantasy relevance in 2016.