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  • Tyrod Taylor BUF QB
    Bills' Tyrod Taylor: Unable to play in Pro Bowl
    2h ago

    Tyrod Taylor was named as an alternate for the upcoming Pro Bowl, but won't be able to play in the game due to his recovery from core muscle surgery, Buffalo Buffalo Bills .com reports.

    Taylor won't get official Pro Bowl status since he won't be able to play in the exhibition. His recovery isn't supposed to last long into the offseason, while the big question mark is whether there Bills decide to bring him back as the guy who leads the offense in Year 1 of the Sean McDermott era.

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  • Antwan Goodley GB WR
    Packers' Antwan Goodley: Signs contract with Packers
    14h ago

    Antwan Goodley signed a reserve/future contract with the Green Bay Packers on Monday, ESPN reports.

    Goodley is a second-year player out of Baylor who finished the season on the Packers' practice squad. He's yet to record a catch in the NFL and likely won't compete for anything more than a depth receiver role this summer.

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  • Marwin Evans GB DB
    Packers' Marwin Evans: Accounts for six tackles in 2016
    15h ago

    Marwin Evans recorded six tackles across 16 games played in 2016.

    Evans barely saw any playing time on defense despite all the injury woes the Green Bay Packers ' secondary endured. Instead, he logged the majority of his snaps on special teams, where he was a mainstay from Week 3 on. With Micah Hyde (shoulder) headed to the open market, Evans figures to have a slight chance of carving out a reserve safety role this summer.

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  • Joe Kerridge GB RB
    Packers' Joe Kerridge: Plays sparingly in 2016
    15h ago

    Joe Kerridge logged 20 offensive snaps across eight games played in 2016, rushing once for zero yards.

    Kerridge went undrafted out of Michigan last spring before heading to Washington for training camp. He didn't survive final cuts though and ultimately wound up on the Green Bay Packers ' practice squad in early October. However, he was promoted to the active roster in November when the team needed running back depth and subsequently played in every game from Week 10 on, primarily on special teams. Now set to hit free agency once again, he'll likely land somewhere that's not Green Bay considering the team's starting fullback, Aaron Ripkowski, is under contract for another two years.

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  • Joe Callahan GB QB
    Packers' Joe Callahan: Sees no action rookie year
    15h ago

    Joe Callahan didn't appear in a game his rookie season.

    After an impressive preseason showing, Callahan bounced around the league from Green Bay to New Orleans to Cleveland before re-joining the Green Bay Packers in December. He didn't appear in a game for any team, though, and while the former Division III quarterback is under contract with the Packers through 2017, he's a long shot from achieving anything more than No. 3 status as long as Brett Hundley is around.

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  • Jay Elliott GB LB
    Packers' Jayrone Elliott: Logs 19 tackles in 2016
    16h ago

    Jay Elliott finished the 2016 season with 19 tackles and one sack across 11 appearances.

    Elliott was hampered by injuries to his hamstring and hand this season en route to a career-low 11 games played. Even when healthy, he operates almost exclusively on special teams and consequently isn't on the fantasy radar. He could shop around for a bigger role with another team in the offseason, but as a restricted free agent, the Green Bay Packers will be able to keep him if they want him to stick around.

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  • Tyrod Taylor BUF QB
    Bills' Tyrod Taylor: Unable to play in Pro Bowl
    2h ago

    Tyrod Taylor was named as an alternate for the upcoming Pro Bowl, but won't be able to play in the game due to his recovery from core muscle surgery, Buffalo Buffalo Bills .com reports.

    Taylor won't get official Pro Bowl status since he won't be able to play in the exhibition. His recovery isn't supposed to last long into the offseason, while the big question mark is whether there Bills decide to bring him back as the guy who leads the offense in Year 1 of the Sean McDermott era.

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  • Joe Callahan GB QB
    Packers' Joe Callahan: Sees no action rookie year
    15h ago

    Joe Callahan didn't appear in a game his rookie season.

    After an impressive preseason showing, Callahan bounced around the league from Green Bay to New Orleans to Cleveland before re-joining the Green Bay Packers in December. He didn't appear in a game for any team, though, and while the former Division III quarterback is under contract with the Packers through 2017, he's a long shot from achieving anything more than No. 3 status as long as Brett Hundley is around.

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  • Brett Hundley GB QB
    Packers' Brett Hundley: Attempts 10 passes in 2016
    21h ago

    Brett Hundley finished the 2016 season 2-for-10 passing for 17 yards and an interception.

    Hundley saw just 22 snaps in 2016, entering the game when the game was decided and the team didn't want to risk injury to starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers. While Hundley's stats look poor on the surface, the small sample size and poor quality of the reps makes it difficult to judge the second-year player's performance. Green Bay has shown confidence in Hundley as a backup, and he'll likely have the same role in 2017.

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  • Matt Ryan ATL QB
    Falcons' Matt Ryan: Extension talks planned
    22h ago

    Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons are expected to discuss a contract extension this offseason, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

    Ryan has two years remaining on his current contract, but after an MVP-caliber 2016 season, his representation is anticipated to pursue a deal to secure his long-term future in Atlanta. According to the report, Ryan's potential extension with the Falcons could make him the NFL's highest-paid player. With those negotiations not slated until this offseason, Ryan will be able to focus on the task at hand, which is attempting to secure the Falcons' first Super Bowl victory in franchise history on Feb. 5 versus the Patriots.

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  • Paxton Lynch DEN QB
    Broncos' Paxton Lynch: Expects new look on offense
    22h ago

    Paxton Lynch is preparing for a new system under new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave, The Denver Post reports.

    McCoy's hire, and new head coach Vance Joseph's emphasis on the offense fitting the players, should be welcome news for Lynch, who seldom seemed comfortable in Gary Kubiak's offense that was predicated on being under center and relying on play action. McCoy, of course, has adapted to fit the skill sets of Jake Delhomme, Kyle Orton, Tim Tebow, Peyton Manning, and Philip Rivers during his career, so it would be fair to assume that he'll be willing to open it up a little more and incorporate some of what Lynch did at Memphis just as he took from Florida's playbook when playing Tebow. There will be a push for the more physically gifted Lynch to win the job over Trevor Siemian this offseason, and a key determining factor will be how Lynch adjusts to learning a new offense. Look for Musgrave, who played under Kubiak during the latter's first stint in Denver, to serve as a translator between the two systems.

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  • Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB
    Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Throws for 314 yards in championship game loss
    1d ago

    Ben Roethlisberger completed 31 of 47 passes for 314 yards with one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 36-17 AFC championship game loss to the Patriots.

    Roethlisberger acquitted himself well considering he only had Le'Veon Bell (groin) on the field for one play after the first quarter, and the fact the Patriots unsurprisingly focused on limiting Antonio Brown as much as possible. Big Ben was also victimized by drops on the part of first-year wideouts Cobi Hamilton and Sammie Coates, including one by the former on a sure touchdown late in the first half. One of the more encouraging aspects of the last two games of the Pittsburgh Steelers ' postseason was Roethlisberger's burgeoning rapport with TE Jesse James, who he connected with another five times Sunday, and 10 times overall in the last two weeks. Roethlisberger finishes his 13th season with 3,819 yards, 29 touchdowns and 13 interceptions over 14 games, and could potentially be in for a bigger campaign in 2017 with the possible return of Martavis Bryant (suspension) and having Bell active for all 16 games.

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  • Joe Kerridge GB RB
    Packers' Joe Kerridge: Plays sparingly in 2016
    15h ago

    Joe Kerridge logged 20 offensive snaps across eight games played in 2016, rushing once for zero yards.

    Kerridge went undrafted out of Michigan last spring before heading to Washington for training camp. He didn't survive final cuts though and ultimately wound up on the Green Bay Packers ' practice squad in early October. However, he was promoted to the active roster in November when the team needed running back depth and subsequently played in every game from Week 10 on, primarily on special teams. Now set to hit free agency once again, he'll likely land somewhere that's not Green Bay considering the team's starting fullback, Aaron Ripkowski, is under contract for another two years.

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  • Le'Veon Bell PIT RB
    Steelers' Le'Veon Bell: Carried groin injury into Sunday's loss
    20h ago

    Le'Veon Bell 's groin was bothering him prior to Sunday's game against the Patriots, when he was forced into an early exit after further aggravating the ailment, Barry Wilner of The Associated Press reports.

    Bell admitted after Sunday's defeat that he'd been internally micromanaging his injury in the buildup to Pittsburgh's AFC championship appearance, when he thought he'd be able to play through the discomfort he'd been experiencing. However, after his problem was aggravated by a tackle he took early on, Bell estimated he was about 50 percent healthy, resulting in him removing himself from the contest after be handed just six carries. With the Pittsburgh Steelers ' season now over, Bell should have plenty of time to return to full health this offseason, but his revelation that his groin was an issue prior to Sunday at least provides some extra context regarding his early exit.

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  • Christine Michael GB RB
    Packers' Christine Michael: Plays for two teams in 2016
    23h ago

    Christine Michael featured in 15 games for the Seahawks and Green Bay Packers this season, finishing with a combined 583 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on 148 attempts and 22 catches (on 29 targets) for 107 yards and another score.

    Michael scored seven times through nine appearances prior to being released by the Seahawks in mid-November. After that production, and with the Packers dealing with injuries to their backfield, Michael quickly landed in Green Bay. However, given the emergence of Ty Montgomery at running back, Michael was only handed more than four carries twice in six regular season outings for the Packers. Although he provided nice depth for a team in need and easily had his best season overall, it's unclear whether Michael fits into Green Bay's plans for the future. As a result, his impending unrestricted free agency will have to pan out before expectations of him can be formed ahead of the 2017 campaign.

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  • DeAngelo Williams PIT RB
    Steelers' DeAngelo Williams: Totals 85 yards and a touchdown Sunday
    1d ago

    DeAngelo Williams ran for 34 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries in the Pittsburgh Steelers ' 36-17 AFC championship game loss to the Patriots on Sunday. He also caught all seve of his targets for 51 yards.

    The combination of losing Le'Veon Bell (groin) and trailing early forced Pittsburgh to become one-dimensional on offense. As a result, Williams was more of a factor in the passing game. Injuries and suspensions to Bell have required the Steelers to call upon Williams often during his tenure with the team. He'll turn 34 before next season, but the unrestricted free agent may seek a starting role elsewhere in 2017.

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  • LeGarrette Blount NE RB
    Patriots' LeGarrette Blount: Finds pay dirt in AFC championship win
    2d ago

    LeGarrette Blount rushed 16 times for 47 yards and a touchdown, and caught his lone target for eight yards in Sunday's 36-17 AFC Championship win over the Steelers.

    Blount was a much bigger part of the game plan after playing second fiddle to Dion Lewis with only eight touches against the Texans last week. The 30-year-old veteran scored his team's lone rushing touchdown from one yard out in the third quarter for his 19th rushing score in 18 games. Finding running room in the Super Bowl won't be easy against a Falcons defense that hasn't allowed more than 34 yards on the ground to any non-quarterback this postseason.

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  • Ty Montgomery GB RB
    Packers' Ty Montgomery: Suffers injury to ribs
    2d ago

    Ty Montgomery injured his ribs during Sunday's NFC championship game against the Falcons, NFL.com reports.

    Montgomery went down in the first half with an unspecified injury to his ribs and did not return, finishing the game with 17 rushing yards across three totes. Christine Michael took over as the lead back in his absence. While the Green Bay Packers ' season is over after Sunday's loss to the Falcons, Montgomery enters the offseason as the presumed favorite for starting duties in 2017, considering teammate Eddie Lacy (ankle) is set to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent.

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  • Antwan Goodley GB WR
    Packers' Antwan Goodley: Signs contract with Packers
    14h ago

    Antwan Goodley signed a reserve/future contract with the Green Bay Packers on Monday, ESPN reports.

    Goodley is a second-year player out of Baylor who finished the season on the Packers' practice squad. He's yet to record a catch in the NFL and likely won't compete for anything more than a depth receiver role this summer.

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  • Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR
    Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: Opts out of Pro Bowl
    17h ago

    Larry Fitzgerald (undisclosed) won't play in Sunday's Pro Bowl, Darren Urban of the Arizona Cardinals ' official site reports.

    Urban didn't cite a reason for Fitzgerald's absence, but after Seattle, a divisional foe, announced Doug Baldwin as the replacement, they noted an injury was to blame for his DNP, per John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site. Fitzgerald will thus embark upon his annual offseason travels, wherein he'll ponder his future in the NFL. Currently, he's locked up contractually through the 2017 campaign.

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  • Trevor Davis GB WR
    Packers' Trevor Davis: Sparingly used as rookie
    18h ago

    Trevor Davis caught three passes (on six targets) for 24 yards and a touchdown in 11 appearances as a rookie this season.

    Davis also returned nine punts for 115 yards and three kickoffs for 64 yards. Drafted in the fifth round for his dynamic speed, Davis failed to carve out a meaningful offensive role. In fact, all three of his receptions came in Green Bay's Week 8 loss to the Falcons. Despite his lack of involvement, Davis will hope his year of experience will help him earn more action next season.

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  • Jeff Janis GB WR
    Packers' Jeff Janis: Catches 11 passes
    18h ago

    Jeff Janis finished this season with 11 receptions (on 19 targets) for 93 yards and a touchdown in 16 games played. He also rushed twice for 38 yards and another score.

    Janis' size and speed combination has made him an alluring commodity since entering the league as a seventh-round pick in 2014, and although this season was his most productive yet, the Saginaw Valley product remains a sparingly-used target in Green Bay's offense. Until he becomes more consistently involved, Janis figures to remain on the periphery of fantasy radars, but the fact that 2017 is the final year on his current contract could motivate Janis to make a bigger impact next season.

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  • Geronimo Allison GB WR
    Packers' Geronimo Allison: Earns expanded role as rookie
    22h ago

    Geronimo Allison caught 12 passes (on 22 targets) for 202 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games played during the 2016 regular season.

    Allison, an undrafted rookie from Illinois, was released by the Green Bay Packers ahead of Week 1, but he remained stationed in Green Bay on the team's practice squad until being promoted to the active roster in Week 8. The 6-foot-3 wideout quickly made his presence felt, scoring a touchdown in his debut, and although he made just one catch over the Packers' subsequent six outings, Allison finished the campaign with back-to-back four-reception performances, going for 157 yards and another touchdown in Green Bay's last two contests. In doing so, he established himself as the team's fourth option in the passing game, which should give him some value in deeper fantasy leagues next fall, no matter the composition of the receiving corps.

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  • Randall Cobb GB WR
    Packers' Randall Cobb: Leads Green Bay receivers in loss
    23h ago

    Randall Cobb caught six passes (on nine targets) for 82 yards in Sunday's NFC championship loss to the Falcons.

    Cobb, who was Green Bay's only fully healthy starting wideout, led the team in receiving yards Sunday, finishing the playoffs with an impressive 18/260/3 stat line from three appearances. That production came after Cobb missed three regular season games due to hamstring and ankle problems, which limited him to just 60 receptions on 84 targets for 610 yards and four touchdowns. Besides his six-game, injury-shortened 2013 campaign, those numbers marked Cobb's worst season since his rookie year. Along the way, Davante Adams passed Cobb as the Green Bay Packers ' No. 2 wideout behind Jordy Nelson. While the potency of the team's passing game leaves plenty of opportunities for Cobb to make an impact, he'll enter next season coming off a down year that saw his fantasy stock slide.

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  • Richard Rodgers GB TE
    Packers' Richard Rodgers: Sees role reduced
    18h ago

    Richard Rodgers caught 30 passes (on 46 targets) for 271 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games played this season.

    Rodgers benefitted from wideout Jordy Nelson's absence by tying for the team-lead with eight touchdowns last season, but with Nelson returning, Davante Adams emerging, and, most importantly, Jared Cook joining Green Bay, Rodgers' role was reduced this time around. While the 25-year-old was still able to help the Green Bay Packers move the sticks here and there, Cook's significantly more dynamic skill set left Rodgers as the team's second option at tight end, which unsurprisingly hurt his production. Overall, Rodgers' numbers closely mirrored those from his rookie campaign, providing incentive for him to elevate his game as he enters the final year of his current contract next season.

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  • Ladarius Green PIT TE
    Steelers' Ladarius Green: Intends to return next season
    20h ago

    Ladarius Green (concussion) is not considering retirement and hopes to return to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the 2017 season, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports.

    Green signed a four-year, $20 million contract with the Steelers last offseason, but went on to make just six appearances during the 2016 campaign due to ankle and concussion problems. While those issues limited the 26-year-old to 18 receptions for 304 yards and one score, his reported concussion history is the reason for most of the concern over his status in Pittsburgh going forward. For his part, Green said he's focused on bouncing back with an improved 2017 season, but it'll be interesting to see if both his body and the Steelers organization afford him that opportunity next term.

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  • Jesse James PIT TE
    Steelers' Jesse James: Five receptions in playoff loss Sunday
    1d ago

    Jesse James caught five passes (seven targets) for 48 yards in Pittsburgh's 36-17 AFC championship loss to New England.

    Despite the Pittsburgh Steelers trailing throughout the game, all but one of James' receptions came before halftime, including what appeared to be a 19-yard touchdown that, upon review, was ruled down by contact at the one-yard line. The Steelers ultimately settled for a Chris Boswell field goal, and didn't reached the end zone again until the final minutes of the game.

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  • Jared Cook GB TE
    Packers' Jared Cook: Scores in garbage time of NFC championship loss
    2d ago

    Jared Cook caught seven of 12 targets for 78 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-21 loss to the Falcons in the NFC championship game.

    Cook led his team in catches and targets while coming up just four yards short of Randall Cobb's high-water mark. His one-yard touchdown was of the garbage-time variety, as it came with 6:43 left and the Falcons leading 44-15. The 29-year-old tight end's late-season chemistry with quarterback Aaron Rodgers should have owners excited for his second campaign in Green Bay next season.

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  • Martellus Bennett NE TE
    Patriots' Martellus Bennett: Suits up Sunday
    2d ago

    Martellus Bennett (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Steelers.

    With fellow TE Rob Gronkowski (back) out for the season, Bennett - who has caught TD passes in three of his last five games -- remains in line to log a heavy workload Sunday as he continues to play through various aches and pains. With that in mind, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport relays that Bennett has been playing with a cracked bone/bone chips in his ankle, issues that are likely to be addressed by an offseason procedure.

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  • Ladarius Green PIT TE
    Steelers' Ladarius Green: Inactive Sunday
    2d ago

    Ladarius Green (concussion/illness) is inactive for Sunday's AFC championship game at New England.

    With Green, who suffered his latest concussion back on Dec. 18, still sidelined, Jesse James is once again in line to continue to head the Pittsburgh Steelers ' tight end corps Sunday.

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  • Mason Crosby GB K
    Packers' Mason Crosby: Remains consistent this season
    19h ago

    Mason Crosby converted 26 of 30 field goal attempts and 44 of 47 extra point tries en route to 122 points during the 2016 regular season.

    Crosby has now made at least 81 percent of his field goal attempts in four straight seasons since the disastrous 2012 campaign in which he converted merely 63.6 percent of the time. With the help of four double-digit scoring performances, Crosby finished tied for 14th league-wide in points, which came in spite of the Green Bay Packers ' offensive struggles during the middle of this season.

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  • Chris Boswell PIT K
    Steelers' Chris Boswell: Three points in blowout loss to Patriots
    1d ago

    Chris Boswell made his lone field goal (23 yards) and missed his only extra-point attempt in Pittsburgh's 36-17 AFC championship loss to New England.

    Just one week removed from setting an NFL playoff record with six field goals, Boswell was a non-factor, going the entire second half of the game without an opportunity to put points on the board. The second-year kicker wrapped up the 2016 campaign by converting 21 of 25 field-goal attempts and all 36 of his extra-point tries.

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  • Mason Crosby GB K
    Packers' Mason Crosby: Full practice Thursday
    5d ago

    Mason Crosby (illness) practiced in full Thursday.

    Absent from Wednesday's session due to an illness, Crosby's unhinged return one day later clears up any question regarding his availability for Sunday's NFC championship game at Atlanta. While he's been offered more than one field-goal attempt on four occasions during the Green Bay Packers ' four-game winning streak, he's attempted at least three PATs in each outing during that stretch.

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  • Nick Rose ATL K
    49ers' Nick Rose: Signs with 49ers
    5d ago

    Nick Rose signed a reserve/future contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Rose, an undrafted rookie in 2016, failed to make a roster in 2016 but he'll have a chance to compete with Phil Dawson for the job in San Francisco in 2017.

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  • Aldrick Rosas TEN K
    Giants' Aldrick Rosas: Signs with Giants
    5d ago

    Aldrick Rosas signed a reserve/future contract with the New York Giants on Thursday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports.

    Rosas had a tryout with the Giants in November but didn't end up making the team. With the team's current kicker, Robbie Gould, set to be a free agent this offseason, Rosas will have a chance to be the Giants' starting kicker in 2017.

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  • Chris Boswell PIT K
    Steelers' Chris Boswell: Practices in full Thursday
    5d ago

    Chris Boswell (illness) was a full participant at practice Thursday.

    Boswell appears to be recovered from the illness that forced him to sit out Wednesday's practice session. His illness isn't expected to impact him at all come Sunday's AFC championship game against the Patriots.

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  • Marwin Evans GB DB
    Packers' Marwin Evans: Accounts for six tackles in 2016
    15h ago

    Marwin Evans recorded six tackles across 16 games played in 2016.

    Evans barely saw any playing time on defense despite all the injury woes the Green Bay Packers ' secondary endured. Instead, he logged the majority of his snaps on special teams, where he was a mainstay from Week 3 on. With Micah Hyde (shoulder) headed to the open market, Evans figures to have a slight chance of carving out a reserve safety role this summer.

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  • Jay Elliott GB LB
    Packers' Jayrone Elliott: Logs 19 tackles in 2016
    16h ago

    Jay Elliott finished the 2016 season with 19 tackles and one sack across 11 appearances.

    Elliott was hampered by injuries to his hamstring and hand this season en route to a career-low 11 games played. Even when healthy, he operates almost exclusively on special teams and consequently isn't on the fantasy radar. He could shop around for a bigger role with another team in the offseason, but as a restricted free agent, the Green Bay Packers will be able to keep him if they want him to stick around.

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  • Dean Lowry GB DE
    Packers' Dean Lowry: Posts two sacks in rookie season
    16h ago

    Dean Lowry recorded eight tackles and two sacks across 15 games during his rookie season in 2016.

    The Green Bay Packers took Lowry in the fourth round of last year's draft as he's a great fit for a 3-4 defense as a five-technique defensive end. Although it took him some time to acclimate to the professional game, Lowry posted sacks in back-to-back games during Week 14 and Week 15, which represented the first and second of his career, respectively. However, with starters Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels under contract through 2019, Lowry likely doesn't have chance of cracking the starting lineup anytime soon.

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  • Nick Perry GB OLB
    Packers' Nick Perry: Resurgent 2016 campaign
    17h ago

    Nick Perry finished the 2016 season with career highs in tackles (52), sacks (11), passes defended (4) and interceptions (1).

    Although Perry didn't live up to his first-round billing throughout his first four seasons in the league, the Green Bay Packers brought him back for the 2016 season anyway on a one-year, $5 million deal. The move more than paid off considering Perry went on to post career highs across the board. Now set to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent, Perry could be destined for a sizable payday this offseason.

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  • Koa Misi MIA OLB
    Dolphins' Koa Misi: Potential salary-cap cut
    17h ago

    Koa Misi (neck) is a potential salary-cap cut in the offseason, ESPN reports.

    Misi hasn't stayed healthy for an entire season since 2010 and made it through just three games in 2017 before landing on injured reserve with a neck injury. The Miami Dolphins , who are expected to have a major overhaul at linebacker this offseason after ranking 29th in total defense and 30th against the run, could save $4.2 million by letting him go.

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  • Mario Williams MIA DE
    Dolphins' Mario Williams: Disappointing first season with Dolphins
    17h ago

    Mario Williams is a potential salary-cap cut this offseason, ESPN reports.

    The Miami Dolphins signed Williams to a two-year, $17 million contract last spring in order to replace the pass-rushing prowess Olivier Vernon (Giants) provided. However, Williams logged a career-low 1.5 sacks during his first season in Miami, a disappointing total considering he averaged 10.7 sacks per season over the last four years. Now due $8.5 million in 2017, Williams is a candidate to be cut this offseason in order to free up cap space.

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