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  • Devontae Booker DRF RB
    Broncos' Devontae Booker: Picked by Denver in the fourth
    1m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Denver Broncos selected Devontae Booker (knee) in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 136th overall.

    Concerns over Booker's recovery from a torn meniscus likely played a role in his falling this far, but he's an excellent pick here for Denver. C.J. Anderson is obviously the top runner for the Broncos, but Anderson was a far, far lesser prospect coming out of college, so a timeshare between the two shouldn't be ruled out further down the road. At 5-foot-11, 219 pounds with excellent hands, fast feet and a strong leg drive, Booker has all the tools to stand out as a three-down runner in the NFL, assuming his knee checks out fine going forward.

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  • Dak Prescott DRF QB
    Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Fourth-round pick for Dallas
    3m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Dallas Cowboys selected Dak Prescott in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 135th overall.

    Prescott is far from the NFL prototype at quarterback, as he was a raw passer before his senior year in college and was otherwise a very run-heavy quarterback. But Prescott showed impeccable in-game character as the likely best player in Mississippi State history, proving both tough and clutch while carrying the team on his back. Prescott should be an excellent runner in the NFL and, while he might not be more than a backup, the year-to-year improvements he made as a passer in college give reason to hope he might be Dallas' quarterback of the future.

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  • Rashard Robinson DRF CB
    49ers' Rashard Robinson: Fourth-round selection for 49ers
    7m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The San Francisco 49ers selected Rashard Robinson in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 133rd overall.

    Robinson is skinny (6-foot-1, 171 pounds), but he's a natural cover corner with a long reach, making him a solid developmental prospect at outside corner.

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  • Blake Martinez DRF ILB
    Packers' Blake Martinez: Packers select in fourth round
    9m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Green Bay Packers selected Blake Martinez in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 131st overall.

    Martinez was a leading contributor on an always tough Stanford defense, leading the Cardinal in tackles in each of the last two years. Martinez is light for a 3-4 inside linebacker (237 pounds) but demonstrated above average athleticism at the Combine, and he should push Jake Ryan for snaps right away.

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  • Derrick Kindred DRF FS
    Browns' Derek Kindred: Headed to Cleveland
    15m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Cleveland Browns selected Derrick Kindred in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 132nd overall.

    Kindred (5-foot-10, 207 pounds) was a leading contributor on a tough TCU defense the last two years, and he tested above the average at the Combine by running a 4.50-second 40-yard dash and adding 37.5-inch vertical and 123-inch broad jumps. In a thin Cleveland safety rotation, Kindred could push for a starting role early on as a rookie.

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  • Deiondre' Hall DRF CB
    Bears' Deiondre Hall: Fourth-round pick for Bears
    17m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Chicago Bears selected Deiondre' Hall in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 127th overall.

    Hall is a huge corner with an enormous reach (34 and 3/8-inch arms), and his combination of explosiveness (127-inch broad jump) and quickness (4.06-second 20-yard shuttle) give him a chance to stick as an outside NFL corner despite below average speed (4.68-second 40-yard dash).

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  • Dak Prescott DRF QB
    Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Fourth-round pick for Dallas
    3m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Dallas Cowboys selected Dak Prescott in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 135th overall.

    Prescott is far from the NFL prototype at quarterback, as he was a raw passer before his senior year in college and was otherwise a very run-heavy quarterback. But Prescott showed impeccable in-game character as the likely best player in Mississippi State history, proving both tough and clutch while carrying the team on his back. Prescott should be an excellent runner in the NFL and, while he might not be more than a backup, the year-to-year improvements he made as a passer in college give reason to hope he might be Dallas' quarterback of the future.

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  • Paxton Lynch DRF QB
    Broncos' Paxton Lynch: Will start season on the bench
    1h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Despite taking Paxton Lynch with the 26th overall pick, the plan is to start Mark Sanchez in 2016, 9NEWS reports.

    The word on Lynch throughout the draft process has been that he is talented, but raw. Head coach Gary Kubiak told reporters after the first round, however, that Lynch clearly displayed everything Denver would ask him to do in its offense in his Memphis tape. Lynch often rolled out in Memphis' offense and had either a predetermined read or read a defender for an either-or option - so there is a learning curve - but Kubiak's wide-zone/boot-action focused offense could simplify Lynch's reads and allow his athletic skills to take over. A team that will be dependent on defense and the running game like Denver has little incentive to rush Lynch, but he'll be waiting in the wings if Sanchez falters.

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  • Geno Smith NYJ QB
    Jets' Geno Smith: Sits atop QB depth chart
    2h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Geno Smith will enter OTAs atop the quarterback depth chart, head coach Todd Bowles said Saturday. "Without [Ryan Fitzpatrick] being on the team right now, Geno's first-team and then we'll go from there," Bowles said. "Obviously we're still working on a deal if we can get Fitzpatrick back. So until that's addressed and we take care of that situation right now, Geno will go into OTAs as a starter."

    The New York Jets drafted quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the draft on Friday, and he'll likely compete for the backup job with Bryce Petty if the Jets are unable to bring Fitzpatrick back. Smith has failed to show any consistent production during his career, and the Jets are clearly still very much interested in bringing Fitzpatrick back, though the two sides continue to be very far apart on money. If Smith does somehow end up starting in Week 1, he'll at least have the best weapons of his career, with Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker on the outside, Matt Forte out of the backfield and a healthy Jace Amaro.

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  • Cody Kessler DRF QB
    Browns' Cody Kessler: Surprise third-round pick
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Cleveland Browns selected Cody Kessler in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 93rd overall.

    Kessler wasn't expected to go until the sixth or seventh round, so this will generally be regarded as a reach. Kessler is undersized at 6-foot-1, 220 pounds and doesn't have standout athleticism or throwing talent to make up for it. He mostly profiles as a backup in the NFL.

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  • Jacoby Brissett DRF QB
    Patriots' Jacoby Brissett: Third-round pick for Patriots
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The New England Patriots selected Jacoby Brissett in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 91st overall.

    Brissett (6-foot-4, 231 pounds) is a big and nimble quarterback who has some rawness and accuracy issues to address as a passer, but otherwise has the frame, arm strength and temperament to turn into a viable NFL quarterback. Brissett stands with exceptional poise in the pocket and shakes off attempted tacklers as if they were fleas, showing a rare ability to extend plays. It's not out of the question that he could eventually establish himself as New England's quarterback of the future over Jimmy Garoppolo.

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  • Christian Hackenberg DRF QB
    Jets' Christian Hackenberg: Selected in second round
    17h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The New York Jets selected Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 51st overall.

    Hackenberg was profoundly ineffective for his last two years at Penn State, but his arm talent gets him drafted in the second round anyway. All of pocket presence, route progressions and accuracy were huge problems for Hackenberg, so the Jets are banking on the theory that all of Hackenberg's struggles were the fault of Penn State coaches. Few players are given so much benefit of the doubt, but Hackenberg definitely has the arm to develop into a starter if the rest of his game comes along.

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  • Devontae Booker DRF RB
    Broncos' Devontae Booker: Picked by Denver in the fourth
    1m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Denver Broncos selected Devontae Booker (knee) in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 136th overall.

    Concerns over Booker's recovery from a torn meniscus likely played a role in his falling this far, but he's an excellent pick here for Denver. C.J. Anderson is obviously the top runner for the Broncos, but Anderson was a far, far lesser prospect coming out of college, so a timeshare between the two shouldn't be ruled out further down the road. At 5-foot-11, 219 pounds with excellent hands, fast feet and a strong leg drive, Booker has all the tools to stand out as a three-down runner in the NFL, assuming his knee checks out fine going forward.

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  • Tyler Ervin DRF RB
    Texans' Tyler Ervin: Picked by Texans in fourth round
    43m ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Houston Texans selected Tyler Ervin in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 119th overall.

    Ervin was an immensely productive runner at San Jose State, capping off his career there with a 1,601 yard campaign in 2015. He not only had a 300-yard game against Fresno state, but he followed that up the next week with a 160-yard outing at Auburn. Ervin is a burner (4.41 40-yard dash) skill position player, which has become a theme in this draft for the Texas, who are clearly emphasizing speed and play makers. He lacks the size to be an every down back at the next level, and Lamar Miller's presence ensures that Ervin won't be a workhorse early on his his career; however, if coach Bill O'Brien can find a way to get the ball into Ervin's hands, he could be a legitimate play maker capable of tearing off chunk plays.

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  • C.J. Prosise DRF RB
    Seahawks' C.J. Prosise: Headed to Seattle
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Seattle Seahawks selected C.J. Prosise in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 90th overall.

    Prosise was unsurprisingly underdeveloped in his first season playing running back, but his excellent production (1,029 yards and 11 touchdowns on 157 carries) and size/speed combination still allow him to project as an eventual starting runner in the NFL. If Thomas Rawls (foot) should have any unexpected injury complications, Prosise would be a candidate to thrive in a three-down role.

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  • Kenyan Drake DRF RB
    Dolphins' Kenyan Drake: Third-round pick by Dolphins
    16h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Miami Dolphins selected Kenyan Drake in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 73rd overall.

    Drake is the third running back selected after Ezekiel Elliott and Derrick Henry. He showed a lot of rawness at Alabama but is certainly explosive, showing good open-field running that translates especially well on kick returns and passing downs. Playing as a backup for the length of his Alabama career, Drake ran for 1,495 yards and 18 touchdowns (6.4 YPC) while catching 46 passes for 570 yards and four touchdowns. It's hard to see Drake stealing more than off-the-bench work from Jay Ajayi.

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  • Ezekiel Elliott DRF RB
    Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott: Selected fourth overall by Dallas
    2d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Dallas Cowboys selected Elliot in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, fourth overall.

    The fourth pick is a high selection for a running back in this era of the NFL, but Ezekiel Elliott is a rare prospect worth paying up for. Supremely productive in college and a standout athlete for the position, Elliott should push aside Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris in a hurry. The selection illustrates owner Jerry Jones' commitment to and faith in quarterback Tony Romo, as this looks like a 'win-now' pick. Behind the Dallas offensive line, Elliott could hardly have landed in a better setting for fantasy production. He's an elite dynasty asset and should be a prominent name in redraft leagues, too.

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  • Orleans Darkwa NYG RB
    Giants' Orleans Darkwa: Slowed by leg injury
    3d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Orleans Darkwa is expected to be held out of action for about a month due to a small fracture in his tibia, NJ.com reports.

    The injury is considered minor, with the New York Giants simply playing it safe with the running back at this stage of the offseason. Once he returns to practice, Darkwa figures to compete for depth snaps (along with recently signed Bobby Rainey) in a crowded Giants backfield that also rosters Rashad Jennings, Andre Williams and Shane Vereen.

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  • Ricardo Louis DRF WR
    Browns' Ricardo Louis: Selected in fourth round by Browns
    1h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Cleveland Browns selected Ricardo Louis in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 114th overall.

    Louis (6-foot-2, 215 pounds) is one of the most athletic receivers in the draft, boasting 4.43 speed, a 38-inch vertical and a 132-inch broad jump. Louis probably doesn't have great upside since he was a late bloomer at Auburn, never exceeding 325 receiving yards in a season prior to 2015, but he was all along a strong open-field runner, and his rare athleticism gives him a real chance to turn into a starting wideout in the NFL.

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  • Leonte Carroo DRF WR
    Dolphins' Leonte Carroo: Third-round pick by Miami
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Miami Dolphins selected Leonte Carroo in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 86th overall.

    It's not a good landing spot for Carroo's fantasy value -- Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker aren't going anywhere -- but it's an excellent value for the Dolphins. Carroo is an innately skilled receiver with adequate athleticism to project as a legitimate NFL contributor, and his incredible production at Rutgers gives reason to believe he'll produce if he gets targets. The target count could be meager for the foreseeable future, though.

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  • Will Fuller DRF WR
    Texans' Will Fuller: Will start on outside
    18h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Will Fuller will start his career with Houston as an outside receiver. "Will will come in and start on the outside, but he does a number of different things," head coach Bill O'Brien said. "He'll start off as an outside receiver, but as he learns and he gets better every day, we'll begin to move him around and do different things with him."

    It's not a surprise the Houston Texans will use someone as speedy as Fuller outside the numbers, but we're intrigued at what other plans O'Brien has for him. When training camp rolls around, we'll get a clearer picture of how the Texans plan to deploy their 2016 first-round draft pick, who caught 29 touchdowns in 26 games over his final two seasons at Notre Dame.

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  • Sterling Shepard DRF WR
    Giants' Sterling Shepard: Selected by Giants
    18h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The New York Giants selected Sterling Shepard in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 40th overall.

    This looks like a great pick for the Giants. Shepard doesn't have obvious WR1 potential at just 5-foot-10, 194 pounds, but he's an extremely accomplished receiver who checks all the required boxes to emerge as a standout NFL receiver. He caught 233 passes for 3,482 yards and 26 touchdowns in 49 career games at Oklahoma, and he demonstrated encouraging athleticism by running a 4.48-second 40-yard dash and logging a 41-inch vertical at the Combine. Victor Cruz is not guaranteed to return to his pre-injury form, so Shepard could earn a leading role alongside Odell Beckham sooner than expected.

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  • Will Fuller DRF WR
    Texans' Will Fuller: Has history with Texans coach O'Brien
    1d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Will Fuller , who was drafted by the Houston Texans in the first round out of Notre Dame, had committed to Penn State when Texans head coach Bill O'Brien was coaching the Nitanny Lions but switched to Notre Dame, the Houston Chronicle reports.

    At the time, Fuller noted Notre Dame's reputation for "top-notch education" and the school's graduation rate as factors in his decision to switch. O'Brien has apparently forgiven him, selecting him with the 21st overall pick in Thursday's draft. Fuller is a deep threat, averaging 20.3 yards reception last year with the Irish, and one of the speediest receivers in the draft. In an ideal world, he'll be a reliable target for new quarterback Brock Osweiler while opening up the field for DeAndre Hopkins and Cecil Shorts.

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  • Laquon Treadwell DRF WR
    Vikings' Laquon Treadwell: Picked by Vikings
    2d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Minnesota Vikings selected Laquon Treadwell in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 23rd overall.

    It's just about the best-case scenario for Minnesota, as the Vikings needed to add some size and playmaking ability to their receiver rotation. Treadwell was the fourth wideout selected behind Corey Coleman (15), Will Fuller (21) and Josh Doctson (22), but it wasn't long ago when he was the consensus top prospect at his position. Mediocre-to-poor testing at the Combine and Mississippi pro day implied a lack of explosiveness at the NFL level, but Treadwell is a big target with refined wide receiver fundamentals, so he should at the least provide a high floor. His fantasy value may be somewhat limited in a Minnesota offense that doesn't project to produce a passing attack better than modest.

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  • Jace Amaro NYJ TE
    Jets' Jace Amaro: Healthy for 2016
    6h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Jace Amaro (shoulder) is back in uniform and expected to be ready for offseason workouts, the team's official website reports.

    Amaro missed all of last season due to his shoulder injury, but if he can get up to speed quickly, he could be a decent option in the passing game. Unfortunately, the New York Jets have a plethora of weapons there, including Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Matt Forte, which likely means Amaro isn't heading for a huge season.

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  • Nick Vannett DRF TE
    Seahawks' Nick Vannett: Third-round pick by Seattle
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Seattle Seahawks selected Nick Vannett in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 94th overall.

    Vannett is a fine player, but his skills don't really translate to fantasy football, as he figures to make a lot of his living as a blocker. He won't be able to push the far more athletic Luke Willson for targets.

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  • Austin Hooper DRF TE
    Falcons' Austin Hooper: Selected in third by Atlanta
    15h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Atlanta Falcons selected Austin Hooper in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 81st overall.

    Hooper might not have a great deal of upside, but he has a high floor and should be a meaningful contributor to an Atlanta offense that never bothered to replace Tony Gonzalez. Rookie tight ends almost never produce, however, so don't expect returns on Hooper until 2017 at the earliest.

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  • Hunter Henry DRF TE
    Chargers' Hunter Henry: First tight end selected
    18h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The San Diego Chargers selected Hunter Henry in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 35th overall.

    The Chargers lost Ladarius Green in free agency, and Antonio Gates will turn 36 in June. Given those facts, it's easy to understand why the Chargers would covet Henry, the consensus top tight end in the draft. While Henry doesn't boast obvious star potential, he heads into the NFL as an accomplished pass catcher and experienced blocker. Timed around the 4.7-second range in the 40-yard dash at 6-foot-5, 250 pounds, Henry has the athleticism and size to turn into a standout fantasy tight end a couple years from now.

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  • Brandon Williams MIA TE
    Seahawks' Brandon Williams: Signed by Seattle
    2d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Brandon Williams was signed by the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, Stephen Cohen of seattlepi.com reports.

    Williams, a 28-year-old tight end, has recorded just four career catches, so it's unlikely he'll make much of an impact in Seattle. He'll be a long shot to get through the offseason without being cut, while Jimmy Graham (knee) and Luke Willson figure to lead the tight-end corps.

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  • Garrett Graham HOU TE
    Broncos' Garrett Graham: Headed to Denver
    5d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Denver Broncos have signed Garrett Graham to a one-year contract.

    He gives the Broncos added depth at tight end to go along with Virgil Green, Jeff Heuerman, Richard Gordon, and Manasseh Garner. Graham's chances of securing a role in the Denver offense this season are bolstered by his past experience working with head coach Gary Kubiak while the two were with the Texans. Graham caught just four passes for 30 yards and a TD in eight games in 2015, but he did snag a career-high 49 catches for 545 yards and five TDs in 13 games for Houston back in 2013.

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  • Roberto Aguayo DRF K
    Buccaneers' Roberto Aguayo: Second-round pick by Tampa
    17h ago • By RotoWire Staff

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Roberto Aguayo in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 59th overall.

    It's a surprising pick both because Aguayo is a kicker and because Connor Barth has actually done quite well as a kicker in Tampa Bay. Still, with Tampa spending a second-round pick on Aguayo, he's the starter for sure going forward. Aguayo was one of the most accurate kickers in college football history at Florida State, converting 69-of-78 field goal attempts and all 198 of his extra point attempts.

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  • Brandon McManus DEN K
    Broncos' Brandon McManus: Signs exclusive-rights tender
    11d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Brandon McManus will return to Denver in 2016 after signing his tender, the team's official site reports.

    McManus excelled in his first full year on the job in 2015, ranking fifth in league in both field goals, 30, and field goals of 50 yards or longer, five. A big leg combined with eight games Denver's thin air tends to add up to a quality fantasy kicker. McManus' real-life football value might dip in 2016, however. His booming leg led him to rank fifth in the league with 55 touchbacks in 2015 - a skill that will lose some of its appeal now that touchbacks will be taken out to the 25-yard line.

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  • Josh Brown NYG K
    Giants' Josh Brown: Re-signing with Giants
    12d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Josh Brown s is slated to re-sign with the New York Giants on a two-year, $4 million deal, the New York Daily News reports.

    Brown is fresh off the best statistical season of his 13-year career, as he converted 30-of-32 field goal attempts for the Giants last year. Although he'll turn 37 years old soon, Brown has shown little signs of aging and should provide a reliable weapon in New York's kicking game for the next couple campaigns.

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  • Travis Coons CLE K
    Browns' Travis Coons: Re-signs with Browns
    26d ago • By RotoWire Staff

    Travis Coons has re-signed with the Cleveland Browns .

    Coons set an NFL record by making 18 consecutive field goals to begin his career last season, when he converted 28-of-32 attempts overall. Such consistency has him slated to be the Browns' starting kicker once again this term.

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  • Dan Carpenter BUF K
    Bills' Dan Carpenter: Accepts renegotiated deal
    03/15/2016 • By RotoWire Staff

    Dan Carpenter agreed to lower his 2016 base salary from $2.025 million to $1.775 million, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.

    A candidate to be released, Carpenter had to make some concessions if he wanted to stick with Buffalo. In addition to a $250,000 pay cut that can be recouped through incentives, he also agreed to move his upcoming $250,000 roster bonus back to September. Carpenter will still have to fend off competition for his job, as last season's 85.2-percent conversion rate on field goals would look a whole lot better if he hadn't missed six extra points.

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  • Phil Dawson SF K
    49ers' Phil Dawson: Agrees to re-sign with 49ers
    03/12/2016 • By RotoWire Staff

    Phil Dawson agreed to a one-year deal with San Francisco on Saturday, CSN Bay Area reports.

    Dawson turned 41 in January and his range has never been better than average, but he remained a remarkably accurate kicker in 2015, making 24 of 27 attempts. If Chip Kelly sees to an uptempo offense of even modest success in San Francisco, Dawson should have a good number of field goal opportunities in 2016.

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  • Vontaze Burfict CIN OLB
    Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict suspended three games
    01/12/2016 • By RotoWire Staff

    The NFL has suspended Vontaze Burfict for the first three games of the 2016 season due to repeated violations of safety-related playing rules, the NFL reports.

    Burfict has oscillated between brilliant and bone-headed during his four-year career, and Saturday's wild-card defeat to the Steelers was no exception. Although his strip sack of Ben Roethlisberger (a play in which the quarterback was knocked out until the final drive due to a shoulder injury) and interception of backup Landry Jones spurred the Cincinnati Bengals ' comeback bid, he also committed a crucial unnecessary roughness penalty on Antonio Brown with 22 seconds remaining, which compounded with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty from Adam Jones to set up the Steelers' game-winning field goal. On a more serious note, Burfict has been flagged for 14 unnecessary roughness calls since he entered the professional ranks in 2012, seemingly necessitating Monday's action from the NFL. Pending an appeal, he'll begin the suspension in Week 1 of next season.

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  • Paul Posluszny JAC MLB
    Report: Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny has hand surgery
    12/10/2015 • By RotoWire Staff

    Paul Posluszny underwent surgery Tuesday to repair his fractured right hand, the Florida Times-Union reports.

    The procedure obviously clouds the linebacker's Week 14 status, but at this stage Posluszny has yet to be ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts. If Posluszny is forced to sit out this weekend's action, Jordan Tripp would be in line to start in his place.

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  • Darrelle Revis NYJ CB
    Jets CB Darrelle Revis will not play this week
    11/27/2015 • By RotoWire Staff

    Darrelle Revis (concussion) is out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

    This represents something of a break for Miami's top wideout Jarvis Landry, with Marcus Williams a candidate to start in place of Revis on Sunday, per NJ.com.

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  • Kyle Williams BUF DT
    Bills DL Kyle Williams could miss rest of season
    11/21/2015 • By RotoWire Staff

    Coach Rex Ryan says Williams (knee) has a 50-50 chance to return this season.

    Williams is a Pro Bowl player and he's always been worth every bit of those honors, so it'd be a big loss for the defense if he's unable to return this season. Fortunately, the Buffalo Bills have three other very capable and healthy linemen in Marcell Dareus, Mario Williams, and Jerry Hughes, though it looks like the hope of the foursome being the league's best this season may be fading thanks to Kyle Williams ' injury.

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  • Luke Kuechly CAR MLB
    Panthers LB Luke Kuechly ready for Sunday
    11/13/2015 • By RotoWire Staff

    Luke Kuechly (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Tennessee.

    Kuechly returned to practice as a limited participant Thursday, and then logged a full session Friday. There may be some lingering soreness, but Kuechly still figures to work in his usual every-down role, thus making him a top IDP option.

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  • Clay Matthews GB ILB
    Packers LB Clay Matthews is active Sunday
    11/08/2015 • By RotoWire Staff

    Clay Matthews (ankle/knee) is listed as active Sunday at Carolina, the Green Bay Packers ' official site reports.

    After taking a hit to his lower leg last Sunday, Matthews will gut out ailments to his ankle and knee, as he attempts to corral the elusive Cam Newton.

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