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  • Tee Higgins CIN WR
    Bengals' Tee Higgins: Expected to receive franchise tag
    4h ago

    The Bengals informed Higgins (hamstring) on Friday that he will receive the franchise tag, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    With the tag deadline still a week away, the Bengals have skipped negotiations for a long-term deal by letting Higgins know he will be franchised. A new contract still is a possibility, but this is apparently the most likely route as of now. The 25-year-old battled injuries during his fourth season in Cincinnati en route to career lows in yards (656) and touchdowns (five) in 12 games.

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  • Demarcus Robinson LAR WR
    Rams' Demarcus Robinson: Re-signs with Rams
    9h ago

    Robinson is re-signing with the Rams on a one-year, $5 million contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Robinson spent much of 2023 buried on the Rams' depth chart but then replaced Tutu Atwell as the No. 3 receiver down the stretch and put together an impressive streak of production. Robinson scored a TD in four straight games in December and had five consecutive outings with at least 44 yards and 12 PPR points. It was his seventh straight season with more than 200 receiving yards but less than 500, with the veteran recording career highs for yards per catch (14.3) and yards per target (9.5). Robinson will turn 30 in September and might still face competition for the No. 3 WR job behind Puka Nacua and Cooper Kupp.

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  • Emmanuel Ogbah MIA DE
    Emmanuel Ogbah: Officially cut by Miami
    9h ago

    The Dolphins released Ogbah on Friday.

    As expected, Miami is cutting ties with Ogbah and freeing up roughly $14 million in cap space by doing so. The 30-year-old edge rusher appeared in 57 games across his four seasons with the Dolphins, logging 114 total tackles, including 24 sacks, while also defending 19 passes and forcing five fumbles.

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  • Mason Cole PIT C
    Steelers' Mason Cole: Cut by Pittsburgh
    10h ago

    The Steelers released Cole on Friday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports.

    Since coming to Pittsburgh in 2022, the 27-year-old center never missed a game, appearing in all 34 of the Steelers' regular-season contests. By cutting ties with Cole, Pittsburgh is able to save just under $5 million in cap space, per Pryor. Ryan McCollum and Anderson Hardy both have opportunities to compete for the starting job this offseason, but the Steelers could very well add someone through free agency or the NFL Draft as well.

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  • A.J. Brown PHI WR
    Eagles' A.J. Brown: Wants to stay in Philly
    10h ago

    Brown (knee) called into Sports Radio 94WIP on Friday to shut down trade rumors and say that he wants to stay with the Eagles.

    Brown took matters into his own hands after hearing trade rumors from Philadelphia media on the heels of the Eagles' late-season meltdown. He was clear about not wanting to be traded and not having any issues with QB Jalen Hurts, and Brown also mentioned feeling like the team's coaches were unfairly blamed for a disappointing 2023. All the same, Philadelphia will have new coordinators on both sides of the ball in 2024, having hired Kellen Moore for the offense and Vic Fangio for the defense. Assuming he's right about the trade rumors being bogus, Brown will remain a central figure in the offense for the second season of his four-year, $100 million extension. The knee injury that kept him out of a wild-card loss to Tampa Bay isn't expected to impact his preparations for 2024, and Brown figures to be taken late in the first round or early in the second round of most fantasy drafts, just as he was last summer.

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  • Isaiah Oliver SF CB
    49ers' Isaiah Oliver: Let go by San Francisco
    10h ago

    The 49ers released Oliver on Friday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Oliver just had a fairly successful season as a rotational cornerback in his first year with San Francisco, but it seems as if the team has now decided to part ways with the 27-year-old. He was able to post 67 total tackles, two pass deflections and one interception while appearing in all 20 of the 49ers' contests (including playoffs). This move creates $2.4 million in cap space but also leads to an approximate $1.5 million dead cap charge, per Nicholas McGee of AtoZ Sports Nashville.

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  • Baker Mayfield TB QB
    Buccaneers' Baker Mayfield: Contract talks expected to continue
    15h ago

    Buccaneers' GM Jason Licht is expected to meet with Mayfield's agent, Tom Mills, during the NFL scouting combine next week, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    Stroud notes that while no deal for the QB to remain with Tampa Bay is imminent, the team and Mayfield have had some preliminary talks about a potential new contract. In his first season with the Bucs, Mayfield recorded a career-high 4,044 passing yards to go along with a 28:10 TD ratio en route to leading the franchise to a third straight NFC South title. The report adds that Mayfield -- who the Browns made the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft -- would prefer to stay put after having split the 2022 campaign with the Panthers and Rams -- but if the veteran signal-caller hits the free agent market next month, the Buccaneers could have some competition for the 28-year-old's services.

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  • Derek Carr NO QB
    Saints' Derek Carr: Set to re-work deal
    16h ago

    The Saints are slated to restructure Carr's contract for salary cap purposes, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

    Per the report, the looming move -- which entails converting a portion of Carr's base salary for 2024 into a signing bonus -- is expected to garner the team in the neighborhood of $23 million in terms of cap relief. In his first campaign with the Saints, the veteran QB -- who remains under contract through the 2026 season -- logged 17 starts while throwing for 3,878 yards and compiling a 25:8 TD:INT ratio. Though Carr is set to reprise his starting role in 2024, the composition of New Orleans' wideout corps this coming season has yet to be solidified, with Katherine Terrell of ESPN having previously suggested that Michael Thomas could potentially be released this offseason.

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  • Geno Smith SEA QB
    Seahawks' Geno Smith: Restructures contract
    1d ago

    Smith and the Seahawks agreed Thursday to a restructured contract, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    It's a simple restructure, converting Smith's $9.6 million roster bonus into a signing bonus to create $4.8 million in 2024 cap space (while adding $4.8 million to the 2025 sheet). The Seahawks already signaled intent to bring Smith back as their starting QB in 2024 when they kept him on the roster through mid-February once his $12.7 million base salary became guaranteed. His contract runs through 2025 but doesn't have any guarantees in the final year, potentially setting up the Seahawks for a tough decision next March when Smith is scheduled for a $10 million roster bonus on the fifth day of the 2025 league year. The upcoming NFL Draft could provide a hint about how the Seahawks feel about Smith long term.

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  • Justin Fields CHI QB
    Bears' Justin Fields: Wants word on future soon
    2d ago

    Fields said Wednesday during his appearance on the "St. Brown Bros Podcast" that he prefers to stays in Chicago but wants to know if he's getting traded as soon as possible.

    Fields downplayed his recent decision to unfollow the Bears' official account on Instagram, noting that he also unfollowed other accounts (including the NFL's) to avoid having football content on his timeline during the offseason. He had nothing but praise for Bears fans and the city of Chicago, but Fields also seemed well aware of the possibility of being replaced by the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Talking with teammate Equanimeous St. Brown and Lions wideout Amon-Ra St. Brown on their podcast, Fields mentioned a couple of the teams rumored to have interest in trading for him, saying that the Steelers have a great stadium atmosphere and the Falcons have impressive playmakers on offense. Atlanta is the early favorite in betting markets to acquire the Georgia native, with other possibilities including Pittsburgh, New England, Las Vegas and Denver. Despite Fields' desire for a quick resolution on his future, the Bears' decision on whether to keep him on the roster for 2024 or work toward a trade could drag on for weeks, or even months.

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  • Tyler Huntley BAL QB
    Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Capable showing in contract year
    4d ago

    Huntley finished the 2023 regular season having completed 21 of 37 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns over five games. He added 15 carries for 55 yards.

    The bulk of Huntley's production came in his lone start during the final game of the regular season, when he went 15 for 28 for 146 yards with one touchdown. His other appearances came in blowout wins over the Browns, Lions, Seahawks and Dolphins. Huntley could be heading toward an impasse with the Ravens, as he's set to become an unrestricted free agent just as Lamar Jackson's $260 million contract extension kicks in, Baltimore may opt for a more cost-efficient backup quarterback as a result. The fact that the team traded for rookie quarterback Malik Cunningham during the season only strengthens that notion. Should Huntley hit the open market, he'd be a strong option for any team looking to bolster its quarterback room. However, it's unlikely that he would be brought in anywhere with a serious expectation to start.

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  • Deshaun Watson CLE QB
    Browns' Deshaun Watson: Almost ready to throw again
    4d ago

    Watson (shoulder) is on track or slightly ahead in his rehab schedule and will begin throwing in March, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

    The quarterback had surgery Nov. 21 to repair a fractured right shoulder socket. Watson resumed work in the weight room last week and is already discussing the possibility of organizing offseason throwing sessions with teammates for the third year in a row. New Browns offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey said he's optimistic about getting Watson back to the level of play he demonstrated in Houston, and the the QB's fully guaranteed contract ensures the Browns will give him another chance as the clear starter despite disappointing showings in the second half of 2022 and the first half of 2023. The contract runs through 2026 (Watson's age-31 season).

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  • Ronnie Rivers LAR RB
    Rams' Ronnie Rivers: Receives contract tender
    11h ago

    The Rams have extended a contract tender to Rivers, Stu Jackson of the team's official site reports.

    By offering Rivers, an exclusive rights free agent, a contract tender, he can't negotiate with other teams this offseason. The stage is thus set for the 25-year-old to return the the Rams' backfield in 2024. Rivers carried 32 times for 129 yards and caught all five of his targets for 22 yards in nine games this past season while working behind Kyren Williams. Looking ahead, the 5-foot-9, 195-pounder should continue to maintain a rotational role in Los Angeles' RB corps, which will also include 2023 sixth-rounder Zach Evans, among others.

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  • Nick Chubb CLE RB
    Browns' Nick Chubb: May be asked to renegotiate
    3d ago

    The Browns want to keep Chubb (knee) but might consider releasing him this offseason if the two sides can't agree on a new contract, according to Zac Jackson of The Athletic.

    Chubb probably wouldn't like the idea of taking a pay cut for the final year of his contract, as he mostly outplayed the terms of the deal before suffering an ACL tear in September. An extension would allow the Browns to lower his $15.83 million cap hit and $11.78 million base salary for 2024 without forcing Chubb to take a straight-up pay cut, though the team might be hesitant to offer significant guarantees to a 28-year-old RB coming back from a severe injury. GM Andrew Berry said in January that the Browns intend to bring Chubb back for 2024, one way or another.

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  • Tyrion Davis-Price SF RB
    Eagles' Tyrion Davis-Price: Inks with Philly
    4d ago

    The Eagles signed Davis-Price to a reserve/future contract Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Davis-Price, a 2022 third-round pick drafted by the 49ers, signed the largest reserve/future contract in the league per his agency Elite Loyalty Sports, which could be notable for his chances of sticking on the roster through the offseason. In his lone cameo for San Francisco last season, Davis-Price carried the ball six times for 21 yards.

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  • Dalvin Cook BAL RB
    Ravens' Dalvin Cook: Struggles in 2023
    4d ago

    Cook finished the year with 75 carries for 237 yards and no touchdowns while adding 15 catches for 78 yards on 20 targets, including the postseason.

    The veteran began the year with the Jets before mutually parting ways with Gang Green in time to sign with a playoff contender. Cook latched on with the Ravens and was saw some action in the divisional-round win over the Texans with eight carries for 23 yards. Unfortunately, this was the worst season of the 28-year-old's career by any metric. Cook was on a one-year deal and it does not appear likely that Baltimore will re-sign him, so the veteran projects to hit the open market as an aging running back coming off a tough year. The days of Cook garnering a long-term deal are likely behind him.

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  • Joe Mixon CIN RB
    Bengals' Joe Mixon: Possible cap casualty
    4d ago

    Mixon is a potential cap casualty this offseason, though it won't be surprising if he's back with the Bengals instead, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

    The same was said last offseason until Mixon renegotiated his contract in mid-July to lower his base salaries for 2023 and 2024 while adding some incentives. He's now scheduled for an $8.85 million cap hit in the final year of his deal, with the Bengals carrying $2.75 million in dead money for 2024 if the running back is traded or released before he's due a $3 million roster bonus March 18. The timing of the bonus at least means we should have some clarity early in the offseason, whereas last year there were rumors swirling around Mixon from January to July. Possibilities for 2024 include a trade, release, contract extension or simply keeping him under his current deal. He turns 28 in July, coming off a 2023 campaign with 1,410 yards and 12 touchdowns from scrimmage.

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  • Rhamondre Stevenson NE RB
    Patriots' Rhamondre Stevenson: Close to full strength
    5d ago

    Stevenson (ankle) recently said he's "feeling great" and would be able to play in a game if the Patriots had one coming up, Nicole Yang of The Boston Globe reports.

    Stevenson has been going to physical therapy four or five times per week since missing the final five games of 2023 with a high-ankle injury. It sounds like he'll be ready for the start of the offseason program, heading into the fourth and final year of his rookie contract. Stevenson said he plans to speak to new coach Jerod Mayo and offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt about his desire to handle a clear lead role in the backfield, after rotating with Damien Harris in 2022 and Ezekiel Elliott in 2023. Elliott is headed for unrestricted free agency this offseason, leaving Stevenson and 2022 sixth-round pick Kevin Harris as the only RBs from the 2023 roster under contract for 2024.

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  • Tee Higgins CIN WR
    Bengals' Tee Higgins: Expected to receive franchise tag
    4h ago

    The Bengals informed Higgins (hamstring) on Friday that he will receive the franchise tag, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    With the tag deadline still a week away, the Bengals have skipped negotiations for a long-term deal by letting Higgins know he will be franchised. A new contract still is a possibility, but this is apparently the most likely route as of now. The 25-year-old battled injuries during his fourth season in Cincinnati en route to career lows in yards (656) and touchdowns (five) in 12 games.

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  • Demarcus Robinson LAR WR
    Rams' Demarcus Robinson: Re-signs with Rams
    9h ago

    Robinson is re-signing with the Rams on a one-year, $5 million contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Robinson spent much of 2023 buried on the Rams' depth chart but then replaced Tutu Atwell as the No. 3 receiver down the stretch and put together an impressive streak of production. Robinson scored a TD in four straight games in December and had five consecutive outings with at least 44 yards and 12 PPR points. It was his seventh straight season with more than 200 receiving yards but less than 500, with the veteran recording career highs for yards per catch (14.3) and yards per target (9.5). Robinson will turn 30 in September and might still face competition for the No. 3 WR job behind Puka Nacua and Cooper Kupp.

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  • A.J. Brown PHI WR
    Eagles' A.J. Brown: Wants to stay in Philly
    10h ago

    Brown (knee) called into Sports Radio 94WIP on Friday to shut down trade rumors and say that he wants to stay with the Eagles.

    Brown took matters into his own hands after hearing trade rumors from Philadelphia media on the heels of the Eagles' late-season meltdown. He was clear about not wanting to be traded and not having any issues with QB Jalen Hurts, and Brown also mentioned feeling like the team's coaches were unfairly blamed for a disappointing 2023. All the same, Philadelphia will have new coordinators on both sides of the ball in 2024, having hired Kellen Moore for the offense and Vic Fangio for the defense. Assuming he's right about the trade rumors being bogus, Brown will remain a central figure in the offense for the second season of his four-year, $100 million extension. The knee injury that kept him out of a wild-card loss to Tampa Bay isn't expected to impact his preparations for 2024, and Brown figures to be taken late in the first round or early in the second round of most fantasy drafts, just as he was last summer.

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  • Cornell Powell KC WR
    Chiefs' Cornell Powell: Back with Super Bowl champs
    17h ago

    The Chiefs signed Powell on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Powell, who finished this past season on Kansas City's practice squad, will thus have an opportunity to compete for a depth slot in the team's 2024 wideout corps. The 2021 fifth-rounder last saw regular-season action in 2022, when he suited up for three games with the Chiefs en route to recording three snaps on offense and 28 snaps as a special-teamer.

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  • Kazmeir Allen WAS WR
    Commanders' Kazmeir Allen: Stays with Washington
    1d ago

    Allen re-signed with the Commanders on Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

    Allen got a chance with Washington as an undrafted free agent out of UCLA, and although he was unable to make the team out of camp, he did secure a spot on their practice squad. The 23-year-old will now get another opportunity with the team for the 2024 campaign, where he'll likely work to earn a role as a return man or a depth option at receiver.

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  • Tank Dell HOU WR
    Texans' Tank Dell: Expects to participate in OTAs
    2d ago

    Dell (fibula) noted earlier this month that he expects to join his teammates when the Texans take the field for OTAs this spring, Aaron Wilson, KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Per the report, Dell, who is reportedly making a speedy recovery from a broken fibula he sustained Dec. 3 against the Broncos, is expected to be a full participant in the Texans' offseason conditioning program. Beyond that, the 2023 third-rounder indicates he hopes to "hit the ground running" once Houston's OTAs commence this spring. At that stage, however, it remains to be seen how close to 100 percent Dell will be, but barring any setbacks, the 24-year-old wide receiver should be good to go ahead of Week 1, at which point he'll profile as one of QB C.J. Stroud's primary passing targets this coming season.

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  • Albert Okwuegbunam PHI TE
    Eagles' Albert Okwuegbunam: Returning to Philadelphia
    1d ago

    Okwuegbunam (hamstring) signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Okwuegbunam spent the 2023 season in Philadelphia, but he was regularly a healthy inactive. In total, he suited up for only five contests and was on the field for 55 offensive snaps and five special teams snaps. Owuegbunam could see a slight uptick in his role in 2024, but he is very unlikely to make a significant impact on the stat sheet.

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  • Mo Alie-Cox IND TE
    Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Could be done in Indy
    3d ago

    Alie-Cox is scheduled for $5.9 million in non-guaranteed compensation for 2024, making him a candidate to be released this offseason, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

    He's entering the final year of his contract and will turn 31 in September. Alie-Cox has long been the Colts' best blocking tight end and has 14 touchdowns among his 102 career receptions, so it won't be surprising if he ends up sticking around, possibly via a contract extension or renegotiated contract. Kylen Granson, Will Mallory, Jelani Woods and Andrew Ogletree are all more likely to operate as the team's top receiving threat at tight end in 2024, though it's been a long time since the Colts had a true No. 1 option rather than taking a committee approach to the position.

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  • Jonnu Smith ATL TE
    Falcons' Jonnu Smith: May be cut for cap space
    3d ago

    Smith may be released this offseason, according to Josh Kendall of The Athletic.

    The Falcons traded for Smith last offseason and then put him in a role that allowed for career highs in targets (70), catches (50) and receiving yards (582), with the TE producing more yards than he had in two seasons combined (2021-22) for New England. His future nonetheless appears uncertain, as Smith will turn 29 in August and has a non-guaranteed $6.5 million base salary for the final year of his contract. The Falcons still have Kyle Pitts under contract and just hired an offensive coordinator in Zac Robinson whose only prior NFL coaching experience was a five-year stint with a Rams team that regularly led the league in use of three-wide formations. The Falcons likely would try to trade Smith before releasing him, and another option would be a contract extension that lowers his 2024 cap hit.

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  • Isaiah Likely BAL TE
    Ravens' Isaiah Likely: Arrow pointing up after Year 2
    4d ago

    Likely finished his second NFL season with 30 catches for 411 yards and five touchdowns on 40 targets over 17 regular-season games. He added four catches for 50 yards and a touchdown in two postseason games.

    Though the tight end's target count dropped from 60 to 40, with most of his looks coming during Mark Andrews' lengthy absence, his counting stats and efficiency both ticked up significantly. Likely bumped his catch rate from 60 percent to 75 and his yards per target from 6.2 to 10.3 while topping his rookie totals for receiving yards and touchdowns. Though Andrews is still a major factor in the Ravens' passing game when healthy, Likely is overqualified to be a traditional No. 2 tight end. Baltimore's wide receiver corps is still a work in progress beyond Zay Flowers, however, so there could be more opportunities for the TEs. Likely has downfield ability and plenty of experience working from the slot (231 of 567 snaps in 2023) so his role could expand during his second year in OC Todd Monken's scheme.

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  • C.J. Uzomah NYJ TE
    Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Likely to be released by New York
    4d ago

    Uzomah (knee) is expected to be released by the Jets this offseason, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports.

    The veteran tight end finished the 2023 season on injured reserve after spraining his MCL in Week 13. His signing has proved to be a disaster for Jets GM Joe Douglas, as Uzomah has produced just 29 catches for 290 yards and three touchdowns across 27 contests with the team. Entering the final year of a three-year, $24 million deal, Uzomah is due an $8 million salary in 2024. The Jets can save $5.3 million against the cap by releasing the 31-year-old, leaving behind over $5.9 million in dead money.

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  • Mo Alie-Cox IND TE
    Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Finds end zone thrice in 2023
    4d ago

    Alie-Cox secured 13 of 22 targets for 161 yards and three touchdowns across 17 regular-season games with the Colts in 2023.

    Alie-Cox handled his usual depth role with Indianapolis in 2023, as has been usual throughout his six-year NFL career. His yardage total for this past season was the lowest since 2019, but Alie-Cox's occasional red-zone deployment remained steady. The Colts do have a potential 'out' from Alie-Cox's contract this offseason with zero dead cap for the team, so it seems all but guaranteed that the big-bodied tight end will need to either restructure his deal or be cut.

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  • Mike Badgley DET K
    Lions' Michael Badgley: Re-signs with Lions
    1d ago

    Badgley is re-signing with the Lions on a one-year contract, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Badgley spent much of 2023 on Detroit's practice squad before eventually replacing a struggling Riley Patterson for the final four games of the regular season and the playoffs. Badgley converted each of his seven field-goal attempts and 24 of 26 PATs after taking over, but he'll likely have to compete with Patterson or another kicker to win the job in 2024.

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  • Tyler Bass BUF K
    Bills' Tyler Bass: Ups and downs in 2023 season
    6d ago

    Bass made 24 out of 29 field-goal attempts and 49 of 50 extra-point tries in 17 regular-season games in 2023.

    It's the postseason that really leaves a pimple on Bass's season, as he made just two of five field-goal attempts over two playoff games, including a 44-yarder that would have tied the divisional-round loss to the Chiefs with 1:43 left to play. The 121 points for Bass in the regular season represented his worst total in four NFL campaigns and put him in the 15th spot among all kickers, disappointing considering the Bills were sixth in the NFL in points scored.

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  • Cameron Dicker LAC K
    Chargers' Cameron Dicker: Excellent in second season
    10d ago

    Dicker converted 31 of his 33 field-goal attempts and all 35 of his extra-point attempts over 17 games for the Chargers during the regular season.

    After years of poor kicking production, the Chargers appear to have finally struck gold in the form of Dicker, who has missed just three of his field-goal attempts dating back to his 2022 rookie season. He seemed to quell any concerns about long-distance kicks, as the 23-year-old made seven from 50-plus yards out after failing to make his lone attempt from that range in 2022. The introduction of head coach Jim Harbaugh could add value to Dicker's fantasy prospects next season, considering the aggressive fourth-down tendencies that Brandon Staley displayed during his tenure will likely be tossed to the wayside in favor of a more conventional approach.

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  • Mike Badgley DET K
    Lions' Michael Badgley: Converts four field goals in 2023
    12d ago

    Badgley converted four of four field-goal attempts and 13 of 15 PATs over four games in 2023.

    Once Detroit lost patience with Riley Patterson after missing two PATs in three games, Badgley was brought in with mixed results. Not only did he miss two PATs in his four regular-season games, the strong-legged kicker only converted one field goal from over 40 yards over this stretch with just one more from at least this range over three postseason games. Now set to become an unrestricted free agent, Badgley is not locked in as Detroit's starting kicker entering the 2024 campaign.

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  • Riley Patterson CLE K
    Jaguars' Riley Patterson: Joins Jaguars
    18d ago

    Patterson signed a reserve/future contract with the Jaguars on Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Brandon McManus, the Jaguars' kicker in 2023, is slated to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. If McManus ultimately leaves for another opportunity, Patterson would become the team's only player at the position. The 24-year-old converted 16 of 18 field-goal attempts across 15 games this season between the Lions (13) and Browns (two), while also nailing 35 of 37 extra points.

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  • Dustin Hopkins CLE K
    Browns' Dustin Hopkins: Injury lingers over offseason
    20d ago

    Hopkins (hamstring) finished the season with 123 points over 15 games. He was successful on 33 of 36 field-goal attempts and 24 of 26 extra-point kicks.

    Hopkins was a savior to Cleveland's kicking troubles over the previous two seasons and led the NFL in field-goals made at the time of his injury. The hamstring remains a concern entering the offseason. He has one year left on his contract and should return to the Browns if he's ready to compete by training camp.

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  • Emmanuel Ogbah MIA DE
    Emmanuel Ogbah: Officially cut by Miami
    9h ago

    The Dolphins released Ogbah on Friday.

    As expected, Miami is cutting ties with Ogbah and freeing up roughly $14 million in cap space by doing so. The 30-year-old edge rusher appeared in 57 games across his four seasons with the Dolphins, logging 114 total tackles, including 24 sacks, while also defending 19 passes and forcing five fumbles.

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  • Isaiah Oliver SF CB
    49ers' Isaiah Oliver: Let go by San Francisco
    10h ago

    The 49ers released Oliver on Friday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Oliver just had a fairly successful season as a rotational cornerback in his first year with San Francisco, but it seems as if the team has now decided to part ways with the 27-year-old. He was able to post 67 total tackles, two pass deflections and one interception while appearing in all 20 of the 49ers' contests (including playoffs). This move creates $2.4 million in cap space but also leads to an approximate $1.5 million dead cap charge, per Nicholas McGee of AtoZ Sports Nashville.

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  • Xavien Howard MIA CB
    Dolphins' Xavien Howard: Informed of release
    10h ago

    The Dolphins informed Howard (foot) that he will be released at the start of the league year, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    For the first time in his eight-year NFL career, Howard is expected to have to look for a new home this offseason. This move, along with the expected release of Emmanuel Ogbah, will save Miami roughly $32 million in cap space. The former First-Team All-Pro cornerback was able to log 45 total tackles, 12 pass deflections and one interception across 13 outings last season, and he's expected to attract significant interest once he hits the open market, per Garafolo.

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  • Emmanuel Ogbah MIA DE
    Dolphins' Emmanuel Ogbah: Expected to be cut
    10h ago

    Miami is expected to release Ogbah on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Ogbah had spent the last four years of his career with the Dolphins, but it now seems as if that time is coming to an end. This move comes as no surprise, as Miami can save close to $14 million in cap space by cutting ties with Ogbah. The veteran edge rusher started in just one of the 15 games he appeared in during Miami's 2023 campaign, logging 19 total tackles, including five sacks and an additional three tackles for loss.

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  • Charvarius Ward SF CB
    49ers' Charvarius Ward: Undergoes surgey
    1d ago

    Ward underwent successful surgery for an unknown injury after the Super Bowl, according to David Lombardi of The Athletic.

    Ward announced the news via his Instagram, according to Lombardi, but he did not disclose what kind of procedure he underwent or why. It's also unclear if the 27-year-old will be available at the beginning of any of San Francisco's offseason programs. However, it is likely safe to assume he played at least part of the season while dealing with the injury, making it likely the injury wasn't significant enough for Ward to need significant time to recover.

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    Jaguars' Travon Walker: Records 10.0 sacks
    2d ago

    Walker closed the 2023 regular season with 52 tackles (27 solo), 10.0 sacks and one fumble recovery in 17 games.

    The 2022 first overall pick had a quiet rookie campaign with just 3.5 sacks in 15 contests, but he took a major step forward as a sophomore this past season, finishing second on the team in sacks. Walker could be poised for a full breakout in 2024, though the status of top pass rusher Josh Allen -- who could leave Jacksonville as a free agent -- could affect how much attention Walker receives from opposing offenses.

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