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    • Don Barclay NO G
      Broncos' Don Barclay: Signs future deal
      2h ago

      Barclay signed a reserve/future contract with the Broncos on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

      Barclay has been a backup for much of his career, seeing spot starts across five different seasons. He has 25 starts under his belt since entering the league in 2012, but he didn't see the field for any team in 2018. He'll enter his age-30 season in 2019 and look to secure a backup role with the Broncos.

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    • Aaron Jones GB RB
      Packers' Aaron Jones: Determined to catch more passes
      2h ago

      Jones (knee) said he will focus on improving his pass-catching skills during the offseason, Mike Spofford of Packers.com reports.

      Jones proved capable of handling passing downs in 2018, hauling in 26 of 35 targets for 206 yards and a touchdown while also taking a big step forward as a blocker. He now hopes to become a true three-down weapon, though he also acknowledged that Jamaal Williams has a place in the Green Bay backfield. Jones doesn't sound too worried about his season-ending knee injury, which is believed to be the third MCL sprain of his young career. With his explosiveness as a runner now well established, Jones can focus his offseason work on durability and receiving skills once he recovers from the aforementioned injury. The typical rehab timeline for an MCL sprain would see him return to full health long before the start of Green Bay's offseason program.

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    • Jared Cook OAK TE
      Raiders' Jared Cook: Could return to Oakland
      3h ago

      Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he would like to re-sign Cook this offseason, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

      Gruden also acknowledged the market will be competitive after the 31-year-old tight end finally came through with his long-awaited breakout season. Cook caught 68 of 101 targets for 896 yards and six touchdowns in 2018, producing his second-best mark for yards per target (8.9) in addition to career-high counting stats across the board. Cook easily tops the class of impending free agents at tight end, though he could have some competition once teams release overpriced veterans. He'll turn 32 in April and doesn't exactly have the best reputation for consistency or blocking.

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    • Wil Lutz NO K
      Saints' Wil Lutz: Tallies 11 points Sunday
      3h ago

      Lutz made all three of his field goals and both of his extra points to total 11 points in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

      Lutz performed solidly for the Saints in the postseason, going 5-for-6 on field goals while hitting all four of his extra points. His lone miss came on a 52-yard field goal against Philadelphia in the divisional round. He'll now set his sights on again being one of the league's top kickers in 2019.

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    • Harrison Butker KC K
      Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Scores seven points Sunday
      3h ago

      Butker made his only field-goal attempt (from 39 yards) en route to scoring seven points in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

      Butker was one of the top kickers during the regular season and he continued his high play in the postseason. After making all 16 of his field goals from under 40 yards in the regular season, he went 2-for-2 in the playoffs from the same range while also hitting all eight of his extra-point attempts.

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    • Brandon Reilly DAL WR
      Brandon Reilly: Joining Lions
      3h ago

      Reilly has signed a reserve/future contract with the Lions, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

      Undrafted back in 2017, Reilly has spent time on practice squads in Buffalo, Detroit and Dallas. He'll face an uphill battle to stick with the Lions beyond the preseason in 2019.

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    • Matt Schaub ATL QB
      Falcons' Matt Schaub: Throws just seven passes in 2018
      4h ago

      Schaub appeared in three games in 2018, throwing for 20 yards on 5-for-7 passing.

      Schaub hasn't seen extended action since he was the starter in Houston in 2013. The veteran has been a backup the last several years, never seeing any significant time. If he returns in 2019 he'll enter his age-38 season.

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    • Taysom Hill NO QB
      Saints' Taysom Hill: Scores twice in 2018
      5h ago

      Hill recorded 196 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 37 carries, four receiving yards on three catches and 64 passing yards and an interception on 3-for-7 passing while playing in 16 games in 2018.

      Hill was a jack-of-all trades for the Saints in 2018. After playing in just 72 snaps across five games as a rookie in 2018, Hill played 524 snaps this year, with a majority of his work coming on special teams. While he operated as a gadget player for New Orleans, he never turned into a reliable fantasy option given his limited touches on a week-to-week basis. He'll likely see a similar role in 2019, though he could move up to the No. 2 quarterback slot.

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    • Josh Rosen ARI QB
      Cardinals' Josh Rosen: Has confidence of new coach
      6h ago

      New head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he won't judge Rosen by his rookie-year film, adding that the young quarterback is "one of the most talented throwers you'll see," ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss reports

      Stuck in a poorly designed offense with terrible blocking, the UCLA product completed just 55.2 percent of his passes for 5.8 yards per attempt as a rookie, taking 45 sacks and committing 19 turnovers (14 INTs, five lost fumbles) in 14 games. Kingsbury points to throwing ability and toughness as causes for optimism moving forward, perhaps hoping he can be the Sean McVay to Rosen's Jared Goff. The Cardinals have ample cap space to help with the rebuilding process, not to mention the first pick in each round of the upcoming draft. While it's unclear whether Larry Fitzgerald will play another season, the team does have a couple of skill-position building blocks in David Johnson and Christian Kirk (foot). If nothing else, Kingsbury should help elevate Rosen's passing volume with his pro version of an Air Raid offense.

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    • Ryan Tannehill MIA QB
      Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill: Candidate to be cut
      7h ago

      Tannehill may be released during the offseason, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.

      Scheduled for cap hits above $25 million in the final two seasons of his four-year extension, Tannehill would need to accept a pay cut to have any shot at sticking around in Miami. The contract will also make it difficult to work out a trade, as teams won't have much interest in acquiring the 30-year-old quarterback unless he verbally agrees to reduce his salary. With the Dolphins bringing in a new coaching staff and eventually a new franchise quarterback, the most likely scenario has Tannehill being released and hitting the open market as an unrestricted free agent. Possible fits include the Jaguars and Redskins, though he may end up settling for a backup job.

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    • Alex Smith WAS QB
      Redskins' Alex Smith: Sporting brace on right leg
      8h ago

      Smith was spotted in Washington on Monday donning a sizable brace on his surgically repaired right leg, Ben Standig of NBC Sports Washington reports.

      Smith was in attendance for the NBA's Washington Wizards' home game and required the assistance of crutches to move about the arena. It's not surprising that Smith isn't able to walk on his own yet after he required multiple surgeries to repair a broken fibula and tibia. He also experienced additional complications when the surgeries resulted in an infection, which further clouds Smith's chances of playing in 2019. At this point, Washington hasn't ruled Smith out for the upcoming season, but expect the team to address its quarterback room through the draft or free agency in the months to come if for no other reason than insurance.

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    • J.T. Barrett NO QB
      Saints' J.T. Barrett: Inks futures deal with Saints
      1d ago

      Barrett signed a reserve/future contract with the Saints on Monday, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.

      Barrett's transaction history reads more like a long receipt than anything else. Drew Brees isn't going anywhere, and the Saints seem enamored with the prospects of Taysom Hill. Teddy Bridgewater likely will test the free-agent waters this offseason. Whether Barrett can ultimately latch onto the 53-man roster by the end of the 2019 preseason seems to hinge on variables out of his control. At the very least, Barrett will have an opportunity to showcase what he can bring.

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    • Aaron Jones GB RB
      Packers' Aaron Jones: Determined to catch more passes
      2h ago

      Jones (knee) said he will focus on improving his pass-catching skills during the offseason, Mike Spofford of Packers.com reports.

      Jones proved capable of handling passing downs in 2018, hauling in 26 of 35 targets for 206 yards and a touchdown while also taking a big step forward as a blocker. He now hopes to become a true three-down weapon, though he also acknowledged that Jamaal Williams has a place in the Green Bay backfield. Jones doesn't sound too worried about his season-ending knee injury, which is believed to be the third MCL sprain of his young career. With his explosiveness as a runner now well established, Jones can focus his offseason work on durability and receiving skills once he recovers from the aforementioned injury. The typical rehab timeline for an MCL sprain would see him return to full health long before the start of Green Bay's offseason program.

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    • Travaris Cadet CAR RB
      Panthers' Travaris Cadet: Suits up once in 2018
      4h ago

      Cadet recorded 17 yards on 11 rushes and five yards on one reception while only appearing in one game in 2018.

      Cadet signed with the Panthers in the second half of the season but didn't play until Week 17, when the team was out of the playoff hunt. His 1.5 yards per carry made for an unimpressive performance overall. Cadet turns 30 next month and isn't likely to see anything more than a depth or special teams role in 2019.

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    • Marshawn Lynch OAK RB
      Raiders' Marshawn Lynch: Hasn't declared intentions for 2019
      4h ago

      Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he is still unsure if Lynch (groin) intends to continue his football career, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

      The 32-year-old running back was placed on injured reserve Oct. 22, finishing his 11th NFL season with 90 carries for 376 yards (4.2 average) and three touchdowns. He probably still has something to offer, but a third season with the rebuilding Raiders may not sound too appealing even if he enjoys playing in his hometown. Lynch will turn 33 in April and is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March.

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    • Dwayne Washington NO RB
      Saints' Dwayne Washington: Limited role in 2018
      5h ago

      Washington rushed for 173 yards on 27 carries across 13 games for the Saints in 2018.

      Washington averaged an impressive 5.7 yards per carry, but couldn't work his way into a larger role behind Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram. His most impressive game was in Week 17, when he rushed for 108 yards on 11 carries. He'll look to carve out a larger role for himself with New Orleans in 2019.

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    • Jerick McKinnon SF RB
      49ers' Jerick McKinnon: Catching passes from Jimmy G
      6h ago

      McKinnon (knee) caught passes from Jimmy Garoppolo (knee) recently, SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.

      Both players are working back from ACL tears, with McKinnon suffering his injury Sept. 1 and Garoppolo suffering his Sept. 23. The 26-year-old running back seems to be on schedule in his recovery, but he still figures to be absent or limited throughout the offseason program and into OTAs/minicamp. Once he returns to full participation in practice, McKinnnon will face stiff competition for playing time from Matt Breida, who averaged 5.3 yards on 153 carries despite battling through an ankle injury for most of the 2018 campaign. For what it's worth, there hasn't been any report of Breida requiring offseason surgery.

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    • Anthony Sherman KC RB
      Chiefs' Anthony Sherman: Snap count dips in 2018
      1d ago

      Sherman took the field for just 99 offensive snaps in 2018, recording one carry for two yards and eight catches for 96 yards and a touchdown.

      Sherman's massive decline in utilization during 2018 could be a signal that the Chiefs will let the veteran fullback walk when he hits free agency this offseason. He still contributed on special teams, playing 344 snaps, so there will likely be a home for him somewhere in the NFL next season.

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    • Brandon Reilly DAL WR
      Brandon Reilly: Joining Lions
      3h ago

      Reilly has signed a reserve/future contract with the Lions, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

      Undrafted back in 2017, Reilly has spent time on practice squads in Buffalo, Detroit and Dallas. He'll face an uphill battle to stick with the Lions beyond the preseason in 2019.

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    • John Brown BAL WR
      Ravens' John Brown: Considering staying in Baltimore
      3h ago

      Brown has expressed a desire to stay in Baltimore, but he also wants to play in an offense that takes more shots downfield, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

      Signed to a one-year, $5 million contract last offseason, Brown was on pace for his second 1,000-yard campaign before the Ravens switched from Joe Flacco to Lamar Jackson at quarterback. The 28-year-old wideout was limited to eight catches on 30 targets over the final seven weeks, torpedoing his season-long marks for yards per target (7.4) and catch rate (43.3 percent). Brown nonetheless seems to have restored some of his value, potentially setting up a multi-year deal on the open market. Another season with Baltimore likely would represent a concession to playing in a run-heavy offense.

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    • Michael Crabtree BAL WR
      Ravens' Michael Crabtree: May be done in Baltimore
      4h ago

      Crabtree may be released during the offseason, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

      Limited to a 54-607-3 receiving line and 6.1 yards per target in the first season of a three-year, $21 million contract, Crabtree isn't likely to make it to Year 2 of his deal. He did have a pair of touchdown grabs in a playoff loss to the Chargers, but he otherwise disappeared once Lamar Jackson replaced Joe Flacco at quarterback. While the 31-year-old wideout shouldn't have much trouble finding a home for 2019, his days as a lead target are probably numbered. A return to Baltimore likely would require accepting a pay cut.

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    • Marvin Hall ATL WR
      Falcons' Marvin Hall: Scores once in 2018
      4h ago

      Hall recorded 149 yards and a touchdown on 10 receptions in 16 games in 2018.

      Hall saw a much larger role in 2018 than he did as a rookie in 2017, playing 387 snaps on the year. His primary role was on special teams, as he operated as the team's kick returner for much of the year and was just a depth receiver on offense. He'll figure to have a similar role if he's on the team again next season, though he could move up the depth chart slightly.

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    • Gehrig Dieter KC WR
      Chiefs' Gehrig Dieter: Minimal offensive impact in 2018
      23h ago

      Dieter snared just one of his three targets for 22 yards over the final five weeks of the regular season after being promoted to the active roster.

      Dieter did see the field some down the stretch with Sammy Watkins sidelined, playing a combined 32 offensive snaps in the final three games. He also served as a gunner on special teams and may have played well enough to seize an active roster spot in 2019. He remains under contract for at least one more season and likely will need to fight for a job on the 53-man roster once again.

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    • Marcus Kemp KC WR
      Chiefs' Marcus Kemp: Special teams contributor in 2018
      1d ago

      Although Kemp appeared in all 16 regular-season games for the Chiefs in 2018, nearly all of his work came on special teams.

      Kemp hauled in just one pass for seven yards on two targets throughout the campaign and played more than three offensive snaps in a game just twice all season. The second-year wideout did take the field on special teams to the tune of 299 snaps, but he's far from a lock to be on the Chiefs' 53-man roster next season, despite being an exclusive rights free agent.

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    • Jared Cook OAK TE
      Raiders' Jared Cook: Could return to Oakland
      3h ago

      Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he would like to re-sign Cook this offseason, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

      Gruden also acknowledged the market will be competitive after the 31-year-old tight end finally came through with his long-awaited breakout season. Cook caught 68 of 101 targets for 896 yards and six touchdowns in 2018, producing his second-best mark for yards per target (8.9) in addition to career-high counting stats across the board. Cook easily tops the class of impending free agents at tight end, though he could have some competition once teams release overpriced veterans. He'll turn 32 in April and doesn't exactly have the best reputation for consistency or blocking.

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    • Chris Manhertz CAR TE
      Panthers' Chris Manhertz: Tallies two catches in 2018
      4h ago

      Manhertz recorded 52 yards and a touchdown on two catches while appearing in 16 games in 2018.

      Manhertz played 343 offensive snaps this season but was a blocker first and a receiving option second. Save for a 50-yard touchdown reception, he didn't have much of any fantasy impact. He's a free agent this offseason and will likely see a similar role with a team in 2019, though he could see slightly greater usage as a receiving target.

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    • Eric Saubert ATL TE
      Falcons' Eric Saubert: Five receptions in 2018
      4h ago

      Saubert tallied 48 yards on five receptions while playing in 16 games in 2018.

      Although Saubert appeared in all 16 games for Atlanta, he was primarily a special teams player. He'll figure to see a similar role in 2019, barring he improves as a pass catcher and is able to move up the team's tight end depth chart.

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    • Dan Arnold NO TE
      Saints' Dan Arnold: Catches 12 passes in 2018
      4h ago

      Arnold hauled in 12 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown while appearing in 10 games in 2018.

      Arnold spent his rookie year on injured reserve in 2017 after going undrafted out of Division III Wisconsin-Platteville. He transitioned to tight end this offseason and flashed some potential for New Orleans. He'll look to continue improving at the position and work his way up the depth chart in 2019.

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    • Erik Swoope IND TE
      Erik Swoope: Contract expires
      1d ago

      Swoope's contract with the Colts' practice squad expired Monday, per the league's official transaction log.

      The fact Indianapolis didn't extend Swoope a reserve/future contract offer suggests Swoope won't be spending the 2019 offseason with the Colts.

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    • Tyler Higbee LAR TE
      Rams' Tyler Higbee: Comes up big with game on line
      1d ago

      Higbee caught each of his four targets for 25 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-23 win over New Orleans in the NFC Championship Game.

      Despite playing just 39 snaps to Gerald Everett's 47, the third-year tight end had a massive impact on the outcome of Sunday's contest, hitting pay dirt from one yard out in the third quarter and later catching two passes on the game-winning drive in overtime. Higbee managed just seven catches for 94 yards in five games during December, but he did enjoy a productive stretch the previous month and has now bounced back strong with six receptions in two playoff games. Higbee and Everett figure to continue sharing snaps and targets in the Super Bowl against New England.

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    • Wil Lutz NO K
      Saints' Wil Lutz: Tallies 11 points Sunday
      3h ago

      Lutz made all three of his field goals and both of his extra points to total 11 points in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

      Lutz performed solidly for the Saints in the postseason, going 5-for-6 on field goals while hitting all four of his extra points. His lone miss came on a 52-yard field goal against Philadelphia in the divisional round. He'll now set his sights on again being one of the league's top kickers in 2019.

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    • Harrison Butker KC K
      Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Scores seven points Sunday
      3h ago

      Butker made his only field-goal attempt (from 39 yards) en route to scoring seven points in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

      Butker was one of the top kickers during the regular season and he continued his high play in the postseason. After making all 16 of his field goals from under 40 yards in the regular season, he went 2-for-2 in the playoffs from the same range while also hitting all eight of his extra-point attempts.

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    • Stephen Gostkowski NE K
      Patriots' Stephen Gostkowski: Tallies seven points Sunday
      3h ago

      Gostkowski made his only field-goal attempt (from 47 yards) and was 4-for-4 on extra points in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

      Gostkowski ranked fifth in scoring amongst kickers in 2018 and was consistent as ever Sunday. Through two playoff games he's hit on all three of his field-goal attempts and all nine of his extra points.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Puts team on his back
      7h ago

      Zuerlein was perfect during Sunday's 26-23 overtime win against the Saints. He connected on both extra-point kicks and all four field-goal attempts, including the game-tying kick from 48 yards and the game-clincher from 57 yards.

      Considering the hostile road environment at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and what was on the line for the Rams, Zuerlein's kicking performance Sunday ranks among the best of all-time. He's now hit seven of eight field-goal attempts and all five of his extra-point kicks during the playoffs, and he'll probably need to remain clutch for Los Angeles to have a shot at hoisting the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

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    • Jake Elliott PHI K
      Eagles' Jake Elliott: Makes both kicks in playoff loss
      6d ago

      Elliott converted both of his extra-point attempts Sunday in the Eagles' 20-14 loss to the Saints in the divisional round.

      Including the Eagles' two playoff contests, Elliott was generally solid during his second NFL season, as he converted 27 of 32 field-goal tries (84.4 percent) and missed only two of 38 point-after attempts. The 23-year-old will become an exclusive-rights free agent this offseason and will almost certainly be tendered a contract for 2019.

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    • Adam Vinatieri IND K
      Colts' Adam Vinatieri: Mutual interest for return to Indy
      7d ago

      The Colts are interested in re-signing Vinatieri this offseason, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 News Indianapolis reports.

      On Sunday, Vinatieri expressed a desire to return if the Colts offered him another contract, according to Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star. After a meeting between the kicker and general manager Chris Ballard on Tuesday, there is mutual interest, but neither side is in a hurry to make a decision with free agency two months away. During the 2018 season, Vinatieri set NFL records for scoring (2,600 points) and field goals made (582). Those numbers are a product of longevity, but he also knocked through 85.2 percent (23 of 27) of his field-goal attempts, including a 4-for-6 mark from 50-plus yards. The end of his campaign wasn't as rosy -- he missed a 23-yarder and an extra point in Saturday's divisional-round loss at Kansas City -- but the 46-year-old otherwise hasn't shown any signs of slipping at his advanced age.

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    • Brian Poole ATL CB
      Falcons' Brian Poole: Three interceptions in 2018
      4h ago

      Poole tallied 74 tackles (53 solo), including three sacks, and six passes defensed, including three interceptions, across 16 games in 2018.

      Poole had his best season as a pro in 2018, setting career marks in every category except passes defensed. He's operated as the team's nickel corner behind starters Robert Alford and Desmond Trufant. Barring a roster shift at the position, Poole will figure to play a similar role for the team in 2019.

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    • De'Vondre Campbell ATL OLB
      Falcons' De'Vondre Campbell: Tallies 94 tackles in 2018
      4h ago

      Campbell recorded 94 tackles (63 solo), including 1.5 sacks, while playing in all 16 games in 2018.

      Campbell barely edged out his 2017 tackle total en route to setting a new career high in the category. He's shown to be a quality starting linebacker but didn't put up numbers that warrant top-flight IDP consideration. Campbell will figure to see a similar role for Atlanta in 2019.

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    • Daryl Worley OAK CB
      Raiders' Daryl Worley: Recovering from surgery
      5h ago

      Coach Jon Gruden believes Worley had shoulder surgery recently, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

      Worley was both traded and released during the 2018 offseason, eventually landing in Oakland where he made 10 appearances (nine starts) after serving a four-game suspension in September. The 23-year-old cornerback is scheduled to become a restricted free agent and thus figures to be back with the Raiders in 2019. Shoulder surgery might throw a hitch in the plan, but he'll likely be healthy for training camp.

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    • Michael Brockers LAR DE
      Rams' Michael Brockers: Turns in another solid campaign
      6h ago

      Brockers finished the regular season with 54 tackles (21 solo) and a sack.

      While often overshadowed by fellow defensive linemen Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh, Brockers turned in another solid season for the Rams. However, his on-field play didn't translate to consistent fantasy results, and Brockers will probably struggle to be anything more than a fringe contributor in IDP settings again in 2019.

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    • Troy Hill LAR CB
      Rams' Troy Hill: Starts career-high seven games
      6h ago

      Hill recorded 34 tackles (29 solo), two interceptions and five passes defensed during the regular season. He is set to become a free agent this spring.

      Injuries in the Los Angeles secondary opened up more playing time for Hill, and the 27-year-old cornerback responded with a midseason run of 16 tackles (14 solo) and an interception over a three-game stretch. It was the only meaningful fantasy contributions he made all year, though. With Aqib Talib, Marcus Peters and Nickell Robey-Coleman all under contract next season with the Rams, Hill is a prime candidate to test free agency.

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    • Cory Littleton LAR ILB
      Rams' Cory Littleton: Tackle machine against Saints
      6h ago

      Littleton recorded 12 tackles (11 solo) during Sunday's 26-23 overtime win against the Saints.

      The second-year linebacker emerged as a reliable fantasy contributor this season with 125 tackles (90 solo), four sacks and three interceptions. He also started all 16 games and earned his first invitation to the Pro Bowl. Littleton could have difficulty repeating his 2018 statistics next year, but he definitely silenced any preseason concerns surrounding his ability to play and succeed on Sundays. Just note that he's set to become a free agent after the Super Bowl, so his fantasy value will be up in the air until he signs a new contract.

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