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  • Steve McLendon TB NT
    Buccaneers' Steve McLendon: Re-ups with Bucs
    1h ago

    Tampa Bay re-signed McLendon to a one-year contract Wednesday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    McLendon first joined Tampa Bay as the result of a mid-season trade with the Jets in 2020, and he provided the team with valuable depth along the defensive line throughout the path to Super Bowl LV. That said, the 35-year-old veteran is essentially off the fantasy radar in IDP formats at this point.

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  • Ryan Lewis NYG CB
    Ryan Lewis: Hits waivers
    1h ago

    The Giants waived Lewis (hamstring) on Wednesday.

    Lewis logged five appearances in 2020, in which he had 13 tackles (11 solo) and a pass breakup, before suffering a season-ending hamstring injury. If teams around the league still have concerns about Lewis' current health, he could go unclaimed on waivers.

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  • Stephen Carlson CLE TE
    Browns' Stephen Carlson: Sticking with Cleveland
    1h ago

    Carlson signed his tender as an exclusive rights free agent with the Browns on Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Carlson returns to a crowded tight end room, one which currently features Austin Hooper, Harrison Bryant and David Njoku at the top of the pecking order. It seems unlikely that he'll garner any larger a depth role than he served in Cleveland over the last two seasons, when he caught six of nine targets for 62 yards and one score in 25 appearances.

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  • Vince Williams PIT ILB
    Steelers' Vince Williams: Back in Pittsburgh
    1h ago

    The Steelers re-signed Williams on Wednesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

    Williams will return to Pittsburgh ninth consecutive season. He started all 14 of his appearances with the team in 2020, racking up 70 tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries over that span. Assuming Williams enters the 2021 campaign as a starter once again, he'll have limited IDP utility in plus matchups.

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  • Joshua Dobbs PIT QB
    Steelers' Joshua Dobbs: Stays with Steelers
    3h ago

    Dobbs has signed a one-year deal with the Steelers, Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    The 2017 fourth-rounder returns to reprise his reserve role behind veteran starter Ben Roethlisberger. Also in the Steelers' QB mix are Dwayne Haskins and Mason Rudolph.

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  • Jadeveon Clowney TEN OLB
    Browns' Jadeveon Clowney: Signs with Browns
    4h ago

    Clowney has agreed to a one-year deal with the Browns worth up to $10 million, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

    Clowney, who is bouncing back from a torn meniscus in his left knee that ended his 2020 campaign prematurely, inked the deal Wednesday after passing his physical with the team. The No. 1 overall pick in 2014 NFL Draft will step in as a starter with the Browns opposite Myles Garrett, which should help give the team formidable edge-rushing capabilities, with Takkarist McKinley also in the mix. Clowney logged 19 tackles in eight games for the Titans last season.

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  • Joshua Dobbs PIT QB
    Steelers' Joshua Dobbs: Stays with Steelers
    3h ago

    Dobbs has signed a one-year deal with the Steelers, Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    The 2017 fourth-rounder returns to reprise his reserve role behind veteran starter Ben Roethlisberger. Also in the Steelers' QB mix are Dwayne Haskins and Mason Rudolph.

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  • Patrick Mahomes KC QB
    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Sheds walking boot
    6d ago

    Mahomes (toe) was pictured attending the Masters Tournament without a walking boot Thursday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.

    Mahomes is nearing the end of his estimated three-month recovery timeframe for surgery surgery to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot Feb. 10, and the fact that he's been cleared to shed his walking boot suggests that things are progressing on track. The NFL recently announced that clubs can kick off Phase One of offseason activities April 19, which includes small group workouts at team facilities, so an official update on Mahomes' health could come then. Of course, mandatory minicamps don't take place until June even in a typical year, and the NFL has yet to announce an offseason schedule beyond April 19's events.

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  • Nate Sudfeld SF QB
    49ers' Nate Sudfeld: Inks with 49ers
    7d ago

    The 49ers signed Sudfeld to a one-year contract Wednesday.

    Sudfeld will join a crowded quarterback room in San Francisco that already includes Josh Rosen and Josh Johnson as depth options behind Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle). The 49ers could also invest their No. 3 overall pick in April's draft into a signal-caller, so the addition of Sudfeld could create robust competition even for the third spot on the depth chart.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater CAR QB
    Panthers' Teddy Bridgewater: Given permission to seek trade
    8d ago

    The Panthers are allowing Bridgewater to talk with other teams to facilitate a potential trade, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    The Sam Darnold trade didn't remove all of Bridgewater's leverage, as he still has a $10 million guarantee on his $17 million base salary for 2021. That means there's some chance he sticks around in Carolina, even if it's ultimately as a backup to Darnold. The Panthers seemingly prefer to trade Bridgewater, but that might be easier said than done at this point in the offseason.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater CAR QB
    Panthers' Teddy Bridgewater: Next domino to fall?
    9d ago

    Bridgewater could be traded after the Panthers acquired QB Sam Darnold on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    The Panthers could instead ask Bridgewater to adjust his contract, though a $10 million guarantee on his $17 million base salary gives the quarterback an awful lot of leverage in negotiations. If he does end up staying in Carolina, he'll likely be given an opportunity to compete with Darnold for the starting job.

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  • Sam Darnold CAR QB
    Panthers' Sam Darnold: Dealt to Carolina
    9d ago

    The Jets traded Darnold to the Panthers on Monday in exchange for a 2021 sixth-round pick and 2022 second-round and fourth-round picks.

    The Jets ended up coming away with a strong haul for Darnold, who wasn't expected to be in the team's plans for 2021 with the likelihood of New York selecting a quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick in the upcoming draft. As for the Panthers, a Teddy Bridgewater trade could be on deck, as Carolina plans to exercise the fifth-year option on Darnold's rookie contract, according to Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports. Darnold thus looks positioned to enter 2021 as Carolina's starter, and though he struggled to find consistent success during his three years in New York, the Panthers are hopeful that offensive coordinator Joe Brady and a pass-catching corps highlighted by Robby Anderson, DJ Moore and Christian McCaffrey can get the best out of the 23-year-old signal-caller.

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  • Mikey Daniel ATL RB
    Panthers' Mikey Daniel: Secures deal with Carolina
    20h ago

    Daniel signed a contract with the Panthers on Tuesday, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports.

    As an undrafted rookie in 2020, Daniel failed to make the Falcons' 53-man roster. The Panthers have a vacancy at fullback after Alex Armah signed with the Saints, and Daniel is the first player that they've signed to compete for the job so far. He will likely need to impress on offense and on special teams to secure a roster spot.

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  • Chase Edmonds ARI RB
    Cardinals' Chase Edmonds: Gets competition in backfield
    21h ago

    Edmonds has been joined in the Cardinals backfield by James Conner, whom the organization signed Tuesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    After Kenyan Drake was allowed to explore free agency, eventually linking up with the Raiders, Edmonds was the highest profile holdover among Arizona's running backs before this acquisition. At 6-foot-1, 233 pounds, Conner has the stature of an early-down and short-yardage option, but Edmonds has two years of experience in coach Kliff Kingsbury's system, which has resulted in 4.8 YPC on 157 rushes, 65 catches on 88 targets and 10 total touchdowns in 29 games. The Cardinals still may add another RB during the upcoming draft, but Edmonds likely has the upper hand for more work between him and Conner considering the latter's injury history (he missed time every season and played 50 of a possible 64 contests during four years in Pittsburgh).

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  • James Conner ARI RB
    Cardinals' James Conner: Signs with Arizona
    1d ago

    Conner (toe) agreed Tuesday with the Cardinals on a one-year, $1.25 million contract, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports.

    Conner visited with the Cardinals on Monday and reportedly came to terms on a deal less than 24 hours later. After spending the first four years of his career in Pittsburgh, the soon-to-be 26-year-old joins an Arizona backfield where Chase Edmonds is the only other player with considerable NFL experience. Granted, the Cardinals still have plenty of time to add more bodies, particularly during the upcoming NFL Draft. Conner is still rehabbing from offseason toe surgery, but the expectation is he'll be healthy at some point in June.

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  • Giovani Bernard CIN RB
    Buccaneers' Giovani Bernard: Joining Brady and Friends in Tampa
    2d ago

    Bernard is signing a one-year deal with Tampa Bay, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Bernard doesn't offer much as a runner, but he's a reliable pass catcher who also has a reputation for being one of the better pass-blocking RBs in the league. The Bucs tried LeSean McCoy, Leonard Fournette and Ke'Shawn Vaughn in the third-down role at different points last season, and while Fournette finally came around in the playoffs, his missed blocks and drops in the regular season won't be totally forgotten. The Bucs also have Vaughn, Ronald Jones and C.J. Prosise in the backfield, so Bernard isn't likely to see many carries even if he ends up playing a decent number of snaps.

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  • James Conner PIT RB
    James Conner: Recovering from surgery
    2d ago

    Conner is recovering from toe surgery but should be healthy in June, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    An unrestricted free agent, Conner is scheduled to meet with the Cardinals on Monday. He doesn't seem to have drummed up much interest otherwise, but a move to Arizona would give him a realistic shot to earn significant playing time, even if he settles for a one-year contract with minimal guarantees. Conner may end up waiting until after the 2021 NFL Draft, at which point team needs will be clearer.

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  • James Conner PIT RB
    James Conner: Set to visit Cardinals
    2d ago

    Conner is scheduled to visit the Cardinals, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports.

    Following the free-agent departure of Kenyan Drake, it's pretty clear that the Cardinals need to bolster their backfield, either through the draft or by signing an experienced option like Conner. For now, Chase Edmonds sits atop the team's running back depth chart, and if Arizona elects to bring in Conner there's a path to a decent role. The 25-year-old is coming off a 2020 campaign in which he logged 169 carries for 721 yards and six TDs to go along with 35 catches for 215 yards in 13 games with the Steelers.

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  • Jakobi Meyers NE WR
    Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: In line to compete with Bourne
    1d ago

    Meyers figures to compete with newcomer Kendrick Bourne for a starting slot this coming season, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.

    It's assumed that free agent acquisition Nelson Agholor will hold down one starting assignment, but following the retirement of Julian Edelman, the rest of the Patriots' depth chart remains unsettled. Though it's clear that the team sees something in Bourne, Meyers did display solid chemistry with QB Cam Newton last season while leading the team with 59 catches for 729 yards in 14 games. Meanwhile, 2018 first-rounder N'Keal Harry is also in the mix, but his role this coming season is undefined. It's also possible the team spends an early pick on a wideout in the upcoming NFL Draft, but for now Meyers has an opportunity to carve out a key role in what should be an improved passing attack in 2021.

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  • Nelson Agholor LV WR
    Patriots' Nelson Agholor: Projects as No. 1 WR
    1d ago

    Agholor, who signed a two-year, $22 million deal with the Patriots in free agency, "projects as the (team's) No. 1 receiver," per NESN.com's Zack Cox.

    Given the terms of his deal, that's hardly a surprise, but news of Julian Edelman's retirement only underscores that Agholor is in store for a key role in New England's offense this coming season. The 2015 first-rounder will look to build off a solid 2020 campaign in which he recorded 48 catches for 896 yards and eight TDs for the Raiders. In the process, Agholor displayed utility as a deep threat, en route to averaging 18.7 yards per catch. Ultimately, the 27-year-old's fantasy upside hinges on his how well his clicks with QB Cam Newton, but unless the Patriots select a wideout early in the upcoming NFL Draft, it's safe to assume that Agholor will be a good position to earn steady snaps and targets in 2021.

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  • Kendrick Bourne NE WR
    Patriots' Kendrick Bourne: Could see work in slot
    1d ago

    Bourne has an opportunity to emerge as the Patriots' top slot option with Julian Edelman having retired, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.

    Like fellow free-agent acquisition Nelson Agholor and returnee Jakobi Meyers, Bourne has the versatility to line up outside or in the slot. Edelman's departure following a productive stint with the Patriots that began in 2009 sets the stage for a revamped wide receiver depth chart in New England this coming season. As things stand, Bourne -- who logged a 49-667-2 stat line in 15 games for the 49ers in 2020 -- is in line to be a key target for Cam Newton. If Agholor is deployed as a deep threat by New England, it's plausible that Bourne's share of the team's slot targets could translate into PPR relevance.

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  • Steven Mitchell HOU WR
    Steven Mitchell: Done in Houston
    2d ago

    The Texans waived Mitchell on Monday.

    Mitchell appeared in six games with the Texans last season, while also spending time on the team's practice squad. In those six appearances, he caught five of eight targets for 60 yards while also playing 18 snaps on special teams. He'll search for a similar depth role elsewhere in the league.

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  • Julian Edelman NE WR
    Julian Edelman: Era with Patriots comes to an end
    2d ago

    The Patriots are releasing Edelman (knee) with a failed physical designation, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Edelman's time in New England is up after 12 seasons. The Super Bowl LIII MVP and three-time 1,000-yard receiver's recent failed medical checkup represents his most recent misfortune in recovery from a chronic knee issue, which limited him to just six games in 2020. Recently, serious doubt has surfaced as to whether Edelman will be healthy enough to suit up for the start of the 2021 campaign. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Edelman's release is believed to be a prelude to a forthcoming announcement about his future in the NFL.

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  • Collin Johnson JAC WR
    Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Drops on depth chart
    3d ago

    Johnson (hamstring) is poised to enter camp as Jacksonville's No. 4 wideout after the signing of Marvin Jones, John Shipley of SI.com reports.

    The 23-year-old came on strong during the second half of 2020 before the hamstring injury sidelined him for the final two weeks of the season, but he won't begin camp in line for a significant role. Johnson, a 2020 fifth-round pick, flashed his potential with eight catches for 162 yards and one touchdown between Weeks 12 and 13 last year, but he wasn't a likely bet to open 2021 as the team's No. 3 wide receiver. He still figures to be involved in the offense, but Jones, DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault should start out as the Jaguars' top wideouts.

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  • Stephen Carlson CLE TE
    Browns' Stephen Carlson: Sticking with Cleveland
    1h ago

    Carlson signed his tender as an exclusive rights free agent with the Browns on Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Carlson returns to a crowded tight end room, one which currently features Austin Hooper, Harrison Bryant and David Njoku at the top of the pecking order. It seems unlikely that he'll garner any larger a depth role than he served in Cleveland over the last two seasons, when he caught six of nine targets for 62 yards and one score in 25 appearances.

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  • C.J. Uzomah CIN TE
    Bengals' C.J. Uzomah: Cleared from Achilles tear
    6h ago

    Uzomah (Achilles) told the London Is Blue podcast that he's been medically cleared, Adi Joseph of CBS Sports reports.

    Not that we're keeping track, but this has to be the first time an NFL player has dropped injury news on a Chelsea FC podcast. Uzomah apparently made a quick recovery from the Achilles tear he suffered Week 2, declaring himself healthy just seven months later. The Bengals may still opt to ease him into practices this spring/summer, but it sounds like Uzomah should be ready to challenge Drew Sample for playing time. Of course, the Bengals could add a rookie to their TE mix during the 20201 NFL Draft, potentially giving Sample and Uzomah some tougher competition.

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  • Chase Harrell SF TE
    Chase Harrell: Hits waivers
    20h ago

    Harrell was waived by the 49ers on Tuesday.

    Harrell spent his rookie season on the 49ers' practice squad. At Arkansas, he posted 37 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns over three seasons. The 6-foot-4 tight end will be a long shot to secure a roster spot in 2021.

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  • Ryan Becker ATL TE
    Falcons' Ryan Becker: Agrees to deal with Falcons
    20h ago

    Becker signed with the Falcons on Tuesday, Matt Haley of the team's official site reports.

    Becker failed to make the 53-man roster as an undrafted rookie with the Cardinals last season. The 23-year-old was mainly a blocking tight end in college, as he accrued just 16 receptions for 198 yards and five touchdowns over four seasons at SMU. He'll battle for a depth role in Atlanta.

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  • Thaddeus Moss CIN TE
    Bengals' Thaddeus Moss: Reunites with Burrow in Cincy
    2d ago

    The Bengals claimed Moss (foot) off waivers from Washington on Monday.

    Moss got his NFL career off to a slow start after going undrafted and landing in Washington, as a foot injury forced him to miss the entire 2020 campaign. Now looking forward to Year 2, he'll get the benefit of reuniting with former collegiate teammate Joe Burrow (knee), with whom he showcased legitimate chemistry back at LSU. If Moss is able to get healthy and log an impressive offseason, he could have an opportunity to climb Cincinnati's depth chart.

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  • Thaddeus Moss WAS TE
    Thaddeus Moss: Looking for next opportunity
    5d ago

    Washington waived Moss (foot) on Friday.

    Moss the entire 2020 season on IR due to a foot injury after going undrafted out of LSU. Once back to full health, he'll look to latch on elsewhere in the league and continue his development.

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  • Justin Rohrwasser NE K
    Justin Rohrwasser: Shown door by Patriots
    22d ago

    Rohrwasser was waived by the Patriots on Tuesday.

    The Patriots will stick with Nick Folk in the 2021 season, so Rohrwasser -- their 2020 fifth-round pick -- will leave the team before he made his NFL debut. Rohrwasser was quite good in his senior year at Marshall, connecting on 18 of 21 field-goal attempts (86 percent).

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  • Brett Maher ARI K
    Brett Maher: Cut by Arizona
    25d ago

    Maher was waived by Arizona on Saturday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    Maher joined the team on a reserve/future contract in January and was expected to compete for the starting job after Zane Gonzalez hit free agency. However, that need for the team disappeared after it signed Matt Prater on Saturday, leaving Maher to look for a new team in free agency.

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  • Cody Parkey CLE K
    Browns' Cody Parkey: Back in Cleveland
    26d ago

    The Browns are re-signing Parkey to a one-year contract, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    It's no understatement to say that Parkey's showing with the Browns last season revitalized his career. The 29-year-old converted 86 percent of his field-goal tries in 15 regular-season appearances, and he was perfect in each of the team's playoff games. After spending time on six different teams from 2015-2020, Parkey will now get to stick around a familiar situation and attempt to bring stability.

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  • Randy Bullock CIN K
    Lions' Randy Bullock: Finalizing deal with Lions
    27d ago

    The Lions and Bullock are finalizing a contract that is expected to be done by Thursday night, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Detroit didn't waste any time identifying a contingency plan after long-time kicker Matt Prater inked a two-year deal to join the Cardinals on Wednesday. Matthew Wright, the only kicker currently on the Lions' roster, has four career field-goal attempts to his name. The soon-to-be 25-year-old has converted on all four tries, but Bullock would bring with him the experience of 202 NFL field-goal attempts. Detroit would foreseeably be making a horizontal move in transitioning to Bullock, as his 83.2 percent conversion rate is identical to that of Prater.

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  • Mike Badgley LAC K
    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Back with Chargers
    27d ago

    The Chargers are re-signing Badgley, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

    Badgley is coming off a disastrous season, having converted just 73 percent of his field-goal attempts (worst among all kickers who attempted 30 or more field goals in 2020), including just two of six tries from 50-plus yards out. The team also signed placekicker Tristan Vizcaino earlier this month, and more competition for Badgley could surface as the offseason progresses.

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  • Nick Folk NE K
    Patriots' Nick Folk: Back with Patriots
    27d ago

    The Patriots have re-signed Folk to a one-year deal, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Per the report, Folk's contract includes $1.225 million guaranteed, giving him a chance to reprise the role he filled capably in 2020. The 36-year-old finished last season with 108 points while connecting on 26 of his 28 field-goal attempts and hitting 30 of his 33 extra-point tries. Also currently on the Patriots' roster are fellow kickers Roberto Aguayo and Justin Rohrwasser.

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  • Steve McLendon TB NT
    Buccaneers' Steve McLendon: Re-ups with Bucs
    1h ago

    Tampa Bay re-signed McLendon to a one-year contract Wednesday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    McLendon first joined Tampa Bay as the result of a mid-season trade with the Jets in 2020, and he provided the team with valuable depth along the defensive line throughout the path to Super Bowl LV. That said, the 35-year-old veteran is essentially off the fantasy radar in IDP formats at this point.

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  • Ryan Lewis NYG CB
    Ryan Lewis: Hits waivers
    1h ago

    The Giants waived Lewis (hamstring) on Wednesday.

    Lewis logged five appearances in 2020, in which he had 13 tackles (11 solo) and a pass breakup, before suffering a season-ending hamstring injury. If teams around the league still have concerns about Lewis' current health, he could go unclaimed on waivers.

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  • Vince Williams PIT ILB
    Steelers' Vince Williams: Back in Pittsburgh
    1h ago

    The Steelers re-signed Williams on Wednesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

    Williams will return to Pittsburgh ninth consecutive season. He started all 14 of his appearances with the team in 2020, racking up 70 tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries over that span. Assuming Williams enters the 2021 campaign as a starter once again, he'll have limited IDP utility in plus matchups.

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  • Jadeveon Clowney TEN OLB
    Browns' Jadeveon Clowney: Signs with Browns
    4h ago

    Clowney has agreed to a one-year deal with the Browns worth up to $10 million, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

    Clowney, who is bouncing back from a torn meniscus in his left knee that ended his 2020 campaign prematurely, inked the deal Wednesday after passing his physical with the team. The No. 1 overall pick in 2014 NFL Draft will step in as a starter with the Browns opposite Myles Garrett, which should help give the team formidable edge-rushing capabilities, with Takkarist McKinley also in the mix. Clowney logged 19 tackles in eight games for the Titans last season.

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  • P.J. Johnson ARI DT
    Panthers' P.J. Johnson: Heads to Carolina
    20h ago

    Johnson signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Tuesday, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports.

    The 2019 seventh-round pick has yet to make his NFL debut. Johnson will aim to secure a depth role on Carolina's defensive line during the offseason program and training camp.

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  • Ross Cockrell TB DB
    Buccaneers' Ross Cockrell: Re-ups with Buccaneers
    20h ago

    Cockrell signed a two-year, $2.11 million contract with the Buccaneers on Tuesday.

    Cockrell signed with the Buccaneers in October and played 12 regular-season games (two starts) and all three playoff games. He didn't play any defensive snaps over the final two postseason contests. With Carlton Davis, Sean Murphy-Bunting and Jamel Dean all returning for 2021, Cockrell will take on a situational role in Tampa Bay's secondary once again.

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