Defensive standouts like Von Miller and Josh Norman can likely count on being tagged, but what about players like Kirk Cousins, Michael Crabtree and Alshon Jeffery?
The Browns are willing to deal just about anyone before the trade deadline on Tuesday.
Panthers adding a star receiver? Broncos trading for an elite running back? Seahawks and Colts adding interior line help? It likely won't happen before the trade deadline, no matter how much sense it makes.
It's ball out or lose out when it comes to a contract year. Which players cash in? Joel Corry runs down 20 impending free agents to keep an eye on.
We don't usually advocate overreacting to one week, but the opener can be an exception this season, Chris Towers says.
The Browns have some interesting running backs and ... well, not a lot else. Our Dave Richard finds two long-term sleepers and three interesting rushers for Fantasy owners to consider in Cleveland.
Don't laugh -- the Browns' defense could be good enough to get the team to the postseason for the first time since 2002.
And it all relates to the ouster of the team's former director of player engagement, apparently.
Over the past few years the franchise tag has been anything but a long-term solution between players and teams, and that just might be the case again this season.
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