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Cowboys' Tyron Smith: Agrees to contract restructure
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smith has agreed to a restructured contract with the Cowboys, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.

Smith signed a lucrative eight-year, $109 million extension with Dallas back in July of 2014, but in restructuring his deal now, the All-Pro left tackle will help save the Cowboys over $17 million in cap space this year.

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Cowboys' Travis Frederick: Restructures contract
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Frederick has agreed to restructured contract with the Cowboys, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.

Frederick and fellow lineman Tyron Smith's restructured deals will reportedly open over $17 million worth of cap space for the Cowboys heading into the new league year. Named to the Pro Bowl in each of the last three seasons, Frederick signed a six-year, $56.4 million extension with Dallas last August.

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Senators' Tommy Wingels: Goes on road trip
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wingels (undisclosed) has joined the team for its upcoming four-game road trip beginning Tuesday in New Jersey, Bruce Garrioch of Postmedia reports.

Wingels exited Sunday's game against the Devils early due to the injury, but his presence on the road trip at least provides a positive outlook moving forward. The team should update his status again on Tuesday, providing a bit more clarity on his availability moving forward. If he and one or more of the trio of injured players in Sunday's contest end up skipping the affair, it could force Ottawa to make some roster moves ahead of Tuesday's game.

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Padres' Tyrell Jenkins: Will compete for starting job
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jenkins (elbow) will compete for one of the Padres' final two starter spots, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Jenkins went on a carousel of getting DFA'd and claimed this offseason, but the Padres decided to take a chance on the former top pitching prospect. Manager Andy Green has already told the young pitcher to "go back to being an athlete," inferring that the Braves tried tinkering with his delivery too much. Jenkins will compete for one of the Padres' final spots in the rotation, but he could also make the 25-man roster as a long or middle reliever as well. Even if he makes the club as a starter, he will have to show immediate improvement over last year's 5.88 ERA before fantasy owners would take notice.

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Senators' Mark Stone: Joins team on road trip
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stone (head) traveled with the team Monday it embarks on a four-game road trip, Bruce Garrioch of Postmedia reports.

It's an encouraging sign for the star forward a day after he took a shot to the head from Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba. There's no guarantee Stone will play Tuesday, but a concussion diagnosis would presumably prevent him from traveling with the squad. Expect another update on his status come Tuesday, providing a bit more clarity on his status moving forward.

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